Category: italy

What You Could Get in Milan for $10 – Traveling on the Budget in the Wealthiest City of Italy

Hi everyone!

Back to the $10 series again this week, and this time we’re going to cover one of the cities that has been on my bucket list ever since I’m a teenager: Milan. So yes, after covering Rome, Bologna, and Naples the other day, we’re going to cover Milan this week!

I grew up watching football, and those who do would probably know the rivalry of the Milan clubs, AC Milan and Inter Milan. 

When I started following football, AC Milan was pretty big at the time with the players like Paolo Maldini, Cafu, Clarence Seedorf, and Rui Costa… Meanwhile, their city counterpart was struggling to wait for their first scudetto after 1989.

Well, I’m not going to write the whole football stuff in one of the most fashionable cities in Europe, but thanks to Anda of Travel for a While, we’re going to cover how to travel on the budget in the wealthiest city of Italy. 

So, what could you get in Milan for $10 USD?

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50+ Local Beer Around the World You Need to Add on Your International Travel Bucket List

Happy International Beer Day!

Wait, do you even know that today is actually International Beer Day? If you don’t, then just know that there’s such a thing like International Beer Day and it’s celebrated around the world… This Friday!

As a beer enthusiast myself, beer is one of the alcoholic drinks that I can’t simply say no whenever I get offered. More especially when I travel overseas.

It’s the only drink with alcohol that makes me feel like I’m a responsible drinker. Anything stronger than beer, and I start rambling about my life problem. God knows why I am like this. LOL.

So today, I’m excited to present to you a piece of collaboration about beer. Together with more than 50 fellow bloggers slash travelers, we would like to share the local beer around the world with you that you can add on your bucket list.

Do you have your local favorite on the list? Go check this out!

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Ice Cream Around the World You Should Stop By and Try

Hi everyone! 

Do you know that the 19th of July is actually celebrated as Ice Cream’s Day in the United States, thanks to their 40th president Ronald Reagan?

Well, I wasn’t aware of such a celebration day either until last month when I planned out my content calendar and found out this fun fact. As a result, I decided to invite some fellow bloggers to contribute their piece about their favorite ice cream around the world since my last collab post about instant noodles was quite a success!

It’s summer in most parts of the world, and ice cream always sounds like a great idea under the heat. But then again, who am I kidding? It’s still a good idea to enjoy in the winter too, so why don’t we start talking about ice cream around the world now on Ice Cream’s Day?

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What You Could Get in Naples for $10 – A Couple of Things to Do on the Budget in the City

After covering Rome and Bologna some time ago, I’m excited to cover the third city in Italy for the $10 series!

Yes, Italy got hit hard by Covid-19 these days… But it doesn’t mean that we couldn’t plan out a trip to Italy once the crisis is over and we can go back to travel, right? If anything, this post is here to remind you that there’s a beauty somewhere in Italy that is worth to long for despite all the news about Coronavirus in the past couple of months.

So today, we have Toti and Alesia of Italian Trip Abroad to cover Naples, or Napoli as the locals call it.

How far could you get with $10 in Naples?

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New Year’s Bucket List: Places to Visit in the Second Half of 2020

Hi everyone!

In case you’ve missed the first part of the series with some recommended places to visit in the first half of 2020, you should probably read it first before moving on to this one… But, if you’re actually looking for some holiday inspiration for the second half of the year starting in July, you’re on the right track!

I mean, of course… July and August seem to be the peak holiday seasons in some places. And maybe you’re a parent who needs to travel with kids during the school holiday. Or maybe you just love summer that you simply don’t want to miss the season to enjoy the heat and the sun.

Are you curious on which places that have been recommended by other fellow travel bloggers in the second half of 2020? Carry on!

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