Europe, Italy

FLORENCE, PISA & LUCCA» 18-21 February (3 nights)

I left Rome and got my train back to Florence with a new spirit and ready to stand on my own again for as long as my money would let me keep on travelling.
For a weird reason, I felt like Italy was becoming my home. I was getting comfortable, loving my Italian daily breakfasts and wandering the streets as the craziness passed by me. The noise, the yelling, the crazy traffic and the gigantic amount of tourists were part of my days already and I was more than in love with the life I was having.

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SIENA & SAN GIMIGNANO» 11-13 February (2 nights)

Leaving Perugia was a bit of a sad moment. Two days were for sure not even close to being enough, but Siena was waiting for me, and I had high, high hopes for it. It was Tuscany time!
Siena kicked my butt on arrival, I walked so, so much I thought my legs were going to give up because of my backpack’s weight, but I managed to keep moving and I arrived at my “hostel” after about three hours walking.

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On the same day I hop on the train from Perugia to Assisi, a place I was told I couldn’t miss out, I decided that I wanted a little more out of my day, so instead of going back right away, I went to explore a little more of Umbria, this time in the small town of Spello. And if you think it’s impossible to get any better, it does!

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Europe, Italy

You know when you’re making your research before going on a trip, and you happen to find a beautiful place you just need to add to your list? Well, San Gimignano was like that for me. I was at home, in Lisbon, searching for towns to visit as a day trip from Siena, and out of the blue, San Gimignano appeared, it was like a beautiful accident that made my days in Italy even better-

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Siena decided to kick my ass on my arrival. Getting of the bus at the train station, I had to walk to the city center with my heavy backpacks, and it was a pretty long walk if I must say. I found it weird, but funny, that you have to get inside a shopping center to catch some endless rolling stairs (that are inclined by the way, so the entire time I had to force myself not to fall on my back because the weight of the bag would push me down) in order to get to the historical center of Siena.

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Europe, Italy

My family planned a three day trip to Rome while I was backpacking Italy, so I decided to join the, because (1) I love Rome and (2) I still had a lot to see and do in this city.

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