The first thing that comes to mind when you hear about Italy is culture and where there is culture, there is plenty to see and be amazed by. Italy has a very rich culture which directly translates to a vast variety of tourists attractions that can keep you engaged for over a year if you were to get acquainted with each and every one of them. If you want to fully immerse yourself in the Italian culture, you have to go prepared. You can take a one week road trip and visit the most popular spots but that will not guarantee you the best experience. To get the most out of your Italian trip, you have to know when to travel to where so that you can find each and every sight at full glory. For most people, it’s kind of hard to figure out these details so let’s narrow it down for you:
Rome In December
December is the month of travel. Every Tom, Dick and Harry is always in a celebrating mood every time the year comes to a close. Even though it is always warm at this time in most parts of the world, it is winter season in Italy which makes it’s the perfect time to visit one of the greatest cities on earth, Rome. During this time, everything is all quiet and cozy. You will be able to enjoy everything at a fairly low price and have intimate moments with your loved ones since there will be no large crowds. The Colosseum and the Sinister Chapel are the two places you must visit. Make sure you take photos and steal a kiss to savor the moment.
MYLF – Beauty of Mature Women
Remember that 2018 is the year of appreciation of women’s body in Italy. It means you need to be familiar what MYLF means. We are going to help you quickly – it stand for Mom You Would Love to Friend. You see, mature women are often experiencing some kind of bad treatment due to their age. MYLF approach is totally opposite. These guys know how to make most of these women’s beauty and you can see it. In explicit videos. All over the world, especially in Italy.
Florence, Venice And Sicily From January To March
After you usher in the New Year, what better way to celebrate than to go on a full blown rampage of three of the most beautiful cities in Italy back to back to back? It’s still winter in January so this is the best time to visit Florence. The city of Florence is a piece of art straight out of a 1900s painting. It pulls the most crowds all year long due to its vintage architecture and its picturesque ambiance. Going in January will save you the struggle of queuing for food, lodging, churches and museums. You will have plenty of time and space to enjoy every single sight.
Venice is the city of love. It is one of the most romantic places on earth which makes it the best stop in February with Valentine’s just around the corner. It is still winter but the main aim is to avoid being bombarded by crowds. No one goes to Venice and doesn’t take a boat ride through the canals as they watch the sunlight sparkling on the water surface. Even though its winter, the sun comes out once in a while. The icing on the cake is the backdrop of the Dolomites gracing the horizons. It’s absolutely breathtaking.
To wrap it up, Sicily gives you a perfect mix of everything, a little romance, architectural marvels and in March, a little sunshine since the winter is slowly coming to an end. The most appealing thing about Sicily is, you cannot really define it. It is very expansive and numerous sites are spread all over meaning that you would need a two-week road trip to connect them all together. During your road trip, you will come across a lot of ancient towns and ruins that belonged to the Romans and the Greek. Don’t forget Sicily is the largest Island on the Mediterranean so everything about it is both magical and historical.
The weather is usually more relaxed and conducive for the better part of the year and this is the perfect time to get a little taste of other places like Verona, Piedmont, Puglia, Capri and Tuscany among others. Capri is where you go to relive all the stress of the modern world. Even Emperor Tiberius took some time off his cruel rule to go and get some peace in this secluded but frequently visited island. No trip can be complete without the best Italian food and wine; this is where Piedmont comes in. They take their cuisine very seriously so make sure you go there with an empty stomach because you will need it.
When it’s all said and done, don’t forget to finish off with some high end shopping in Milan. That is something that most people only dream of.