Rome (Italy): TOP 5 Alternative Spots

Until nowadays, I have been able to visit the city of Rome on three occasions. I have never got tired of it. I would visit it again and again… This city has always something new to discover and that is its magic. Because of this on today’s post, I want to show you 5 spots that I love and are (yet) not that touristy! Let’s get into it!

1) National Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

Since I have a weird passion for white-marble buildings and monuments, it was a bit inevitable that I loved this monument. And now you would think… what does this building have of an unknown if it’s one of the most visited monuments in Rome? Well, my answer is THE 360º PANORAMIC ROOFTOP IT HIDES AT THE TOP!

Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II | Italy (2016)

The price to get to the rooftop is 7€ for the adults and 3,50€ for people under 18 years. It is a quite accessible price for everyone,  Especially if you consider the ticket price of the rest of the tourist attractions.

Heart of Rome from Vittorio Emanuele II’s rooftop | Italy (2016)

MY RECOMMENDATION WHEN VISITING: If you travel to Rome during winter time, when I visited this rooftop for the 1st time, take advantage of the rooftop opening hours and contemplate the sunset while enjoying one of the best views of the city. 

Lapland (Finland): Itinerary For A 4-Day Roadtrip

Lapland is at the TOP of my favorite destinations in the world since I visited it at the beginning of the year. If you visit it, you will for sure experience one of the biggest contrasts you can possibly get in Europe. Not because of the cold but mostly because of its’ breathtaking landscapes. It is, really honestly speaking, a unique experience.

It’s true that Lapland is mostly visited during Chrismas holidays. Many travelers arrive in Rovaniemi, the capital of Lapland, to visit Santa Claus in his official residence. Despite this fact, I highly recommend you to visit it outside the Christmas holidays period. You can go in January or February and with 4 or 5 days you will have enough. The sun will shine and you will be able to do the same activities but prices will be lower. Plus, January and February are usually the best months to spot the Northern Lights.

Travel Guide – Myanmar: Where To Stay In Mandalay?

Mandalay was the first stop in my Burmese adventure. It became one of my favorite places in the whole country. It stole my heart as soon as I step out on its dusty streets.

Yes, Mandalay might not be the most beautiful city in the world but the atmosphere and its citizens make it absolutely special. Everywhere you look, there is someone smiling at you. You can feel how they truly greet and welcome you from the heart… Their looks and smiles definitely made me feel one of the happiest and luckiest human beings on Earth!

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