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    2 days in Florence

    Florence is the capital of Tuscany and began as a medieval city many years before Christ. The city is known as the birthplace of the Renaissance. We stayed at the hotel Poeta Dante (near the Basilica of Santa Croce). Since the…

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    Half a day in Siena, Italy

    Siena was on our way to Florence from Rome, so we decided to stop for a few hours. The drive is just over 2h and 30 minutes, and the scenery of Tuscany is fantastic. The city is a Unesco World Heritage…

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    A day in Vatican, Italy

    Our fourth day in Rome was dedicated to a visit to the Vatican. We booked all day for the tour there, but in fact we were able to see a few more things after visiting the Vatican Museum, which we had…

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    Rome in Four Days

    Rome is the largest city in Italy, and it’s reach in history and landmarks. I think it’s a city like Paris, London, or New York, when you can go as many times as you want, and there’s still something new to…

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    Our top five Rome attractions

    Rome is one of the oldest cities in the world and its history goes back 28 centuries. The city now has over 2 million inhabitants, with more than 4 million in the metropolitan area. But you can still feel like you’re…