Sunday, 10 April 2016

4 Must-See Cities in Italy.

Hello Lovelies!

I've been travelling a lot recently. After Easter I visited two dear friends of mine. They both live in the region of Le Marche which is on the east coast of Italy so we decided to make a trip out of it. 


Senigallia is a beautiful beach city. In summer time the beaches are full of people. Within the city you can find a lot of history too so if you decide to venture here on holiday I would recommend it. I wanted to jump into the water when I was there as it was about 23 degrees! But because my friends are Italian they don't believe April is a good time to go to the beach. Just in the summer months... (literally died).


Next stop was Pesaro, the first thing I noticed about this city were the AMAZING houses, and you can definitely agree with me from those houses pictured above. Pesaro is gorgeous, like Senigallia it is full of people in the summer. Full of life!


Third stop was Fano, this city is on the beach too, but the historic centre is surrounded by old defence walls dating back hundreds of years. Fano is so beautiful, as it's a holiday where you can bring the whole family. While some of you are tanning on the beach the others can explore the old hidden histories of the city. 


My spine tingles every time I think of this incredible Medieval city. Corinaldo is a hidden gem. Its a tiny city on top of a hill. Not all Italian's know about it. It is a perfectly intact medieval city. I felt like I was a princess walking around it as if it were my city. Only a day trip is necessary as it is very small but you will leave there feeling amazed that towns like this exist. My first reaction was "OH MY GOD" being repeated over and over as I was just awestruck.  

Visiting these places with two amazing girls was incredible, It had been so long since I was near the sea and it made me so excited for my coming summer.

I believe in doing what makes you happy always. I love travel, without it I wouldn't have a place on this earth. It's incredible the things you learn whilst enjoying other cultures, meeting people from all over the world and listening to their stories. It's amazing and these memories last a life time. 

Think about what makes you happy. What are you doing right now to make that happen? Or do you believe it's impossible to do it because of other commitments? If you want to live your life a certain way but something is blocking you, why keep that block in your life? Let go of it and make yourself happy! Everybody has 24 hours in a day, it's how you spend those 24 hours that matters.

We have one life..


1 comment

  1. Oh Ciara! I love everything about Italy. I've only visited the region of Tuscany but it was enough to make me fall in love with the country ☺


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