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The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the most recognisable buildings in the world. The unmistakable tilting tower has an interesting history that includes engineering mishaps. If you’ve ever wondered how this tower ended up lopsided, check out our list of things you didn’t know about the Leaning Tower….
The Sistine Chapel is likely the most popular sight to visit inside the Vatican Museums and for good reason. These Frescoes took many years to completed by a very talented artist and have been here for half a Millennia. What is the Sistine Chapel? The Sistine Chapel serves as the….
Being in Rome and feelings anxious about how to use the public transport and navigate in a country that doesn’t speak English? Don’t worry, it’s easier than you’d expect. The options for getting around are bus, tram and metro but we’ll talk about taxi later. Bus, Tram & Metro Tickets….
Michelangelo’s sculpture of David is still recognised today as one of the most famous sculptures in the world, 500 years after it’s creation. There are currently three Statues of David with only one being the Authentic masterpiece by Michelangelo. Click here to get a Guided Tour of the Statue of….
There is so much more to see than these 10 sights but here are some of our favourites. If you’d like to know more we have a free ebook on visiting Rome when you subscribe to our mailing list at the bottom of our website. 1. The Colosseum, Roman Forum….
If you’re planning your first visit to Barcelona, you’ve most likely booked a visit to Antoni Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia and Park Güel. (If you haven’t, stop immediately and reserve your tickets online ahead of time. Thank me later). You’ll most likely plan to see the city’s picturesque Cathedral, visit….