Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast

May 19, 2017 |
Amalfi coast

Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast Sorrento, a picturesque town south of Napoli famous for it’s luxurious and romantic ambiance. It along with Positano and Amalfi is one of the first places that many people think about when imagining Italy. But each of these towns are unique in their own iniquities and benefits when it comes …

Capri on a Budget

May 11, 2017 |
Capri on a budget

Capri on a budget Capri, the island for the rich and famous just a boat ride away from the renowned Amalfi Coast. As budget travelers we were a little hesitant at first as to what we would encounter when arriving to Capri… As you would expect, the island is a tourist hot spot for Prada …

Ischia Island, Capri’s forgotten big brother

May 5, 2017 |
Ischia Island

Ischia Island, Capri’s forgotten big brother Have you heard of Ischia? When people think of Islands off the coast of Napoli and Sorrento, they often think of the Isle of Capri. The problem with this is that whenever everyone thinks of the same place.. they go to the same place, Cancun in Mexico and Rome …

Crossing the road in Napoli

May 3, 2017 |

Crossing the road in Napoli So you have visited Rome and probably thought the drivers there were crazy? Well you are in for a treat! If you, like us, have headed down the coast you are probably contemplating whether to stay in Napoli or whether to bypass it to explore the more Tourist “friendly” surrounds …

The Wiki Hostel, Zagarolo, Rome

May 2, 2017 |

There are many hostels in Rome, but we guarantee none will give you the same authentic experience as the Wiki Hostel. From our first communications to the last we have have felt a part of the community. The hostel which is located in the small community of Zagarolo was the most welcoming and homely hostel …

Backpacking in Rome

April 30, 2017 |
Backpacking in Rome

Backpacking in Rome So you are backpacking through Italy and finally reached the nations capital, Rome. A city so full with landmarks and monuments it’s often impossible to know where to start. Where to start? If an Italian was to visit Rome they would undoubtedly start with an Espresso. Coffee in Italy means having an …