8 days, 6 cities: Milan, Cinque Terre, Pisa, Florence, Verona, and Venice!
Italy is, without any doubt, one of Europe’s most exciting countries. With its irresistible food, awesome architecture, diverse scenery, and unparalleled art, it's packed with so many possibilities it can almost be overwhelming.
“Italy is a dream that keeps returning for the rest of your life.”
Where to go? What to see? What to eat? How to travel between places? In this city guide, we present you the route we did in the Summer of 2019, a trip we absolutely loved and think its a must for young couples.
Italy has an extensive and modern network of trains, so all the dislocations between cities were made that way, making it a funny and very cheap way to discover the country.
Our journey started in Milan, we arrived at the airport (Bergamo Airport, Milan) early in the morning (day 1) and slept that night in Milan, the next morning we woke up and got straight to the train station (day 2), DESTINATION: Cinque Terre! Cinque Terre is so romantic! 😍 We spent 2 days in Cinque Terre, visiting all five towns and at night we would walk freely by the city La Spezia. After those 2 nights, we woke up at 7am and crossed the street to get on the train to Pisa (Day 4). Pisa was just a small stop, we got to know the city in just one morning, you'll have plenty enough time, but I think you'll be amazed! Still on the same day, during the afternoon we went to Florence and stayed there two nights. On day 6 we went by train to Verona to visit the city and stayed there sleeping for the last two nights, it's cheaper than staying in Venice and the trip by train is really close, so on day 7 we went from Verona to Venice and came back during the evening to sleep in Verona our last night. On day 8 we left Verona and still manage to visit Lake Garda on our way to the airport! You can now discover all our journeys in the links below! Have fun with us!❣️
Day 8 - Lake Garda, on the way to the airport