Turin – Mole Antonelliana and the Egyptian Museum

During my afternoon in Turin, I'd decided to visit Turin's tallest building, the Mole Antonelliana (above), as well as the city's renowned Egyptian Museum. So after having a spot of lunch, I wandered along Turin's elegant covered streets, past lots of shops and cafés, on my way to the Mole Antonelliana. The Mole Antonelliana is... Continue Reading →

Turin – Cathedral and the Royal Palace

Famous for its sports cars and chocolate, the elegant Italian city of Turin is only an hour from Milan by train, so I decided to spend a day there during my recent Italian jaunt. With its large charming squares, tree-lined avenues, covered walkways, palazzo-style buildings and Alpine backdrop, Turin is a picturesque city to explore. As... Continue Reading →

Milan – Top tips

Despite doing a lot of research before my trip to Milan, there were a few things I learned while I was there that I wish I'd known sooner. So I've put together some of my top tips for anyone planning a trip to the Lombard capital. Getting there Milan has three airports – Malpensa, Linate and... Continue Reading →

Milan – Duomo

I've visited a lot of cathedrals over the years, but Milan's Duomo is one of the most impressive cathedrals I've ever seen. Commissioned by Gian Galeazzo Visconti in 1386, the 157m-long Gothic cathedral took an astonishing five centuries to complete. This fact is less surprising when you see how detailed and elaborate the building is.... Continue Reading →

Milan

Italy's economic capital is probably best known for its bi-annual fashion week, but there's much more to this stylish city than big name designer outlets and shopping. I spent last weekend in Milan, and before my trip, it wasn't somewhere that was on my radar. But I was looking for somewhere to go for a... Continue Reading →

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