Thank you Cee 😊
Thank you Cee 😊
Thank you Ishita for loving my Country so much. I need someone to remind me how beautiful Italy is 😊😊😊
Enjoy Ishita’s post and blog ♡♡♡
Who doesn’t love quaint towns?? If you are in Italy or traveling there anytime soon, this list is a keeper. You will feel blessed to be in a country with so many varied choices of charming towns. Although this list is not exhaustive, it certainly includes many of my favorites. I will keep adding more to this list as and when I can. If you have any favorites, feel free to share 🙂
With an annual chocolate and jazz festival to its kitty, Perugia is quite a catch. It is still quite unknown to a first time Italy traveler so take a chance next time you are in Italy. Visit this medieval town before it gets run down by mass tourism and selfie sellers.
Piazza IV Novembre
Deep in the green heart of Italy and quite close to Perugia is another small town with an ancient castle, a…
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Today I posted this, and then I thought that maybe all the other photos could be enjoyed by others.
All this is based in Northern Italy not far from Austria and Germany. Many tourists from all around the world come and visit it.
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