When I look back on my travel patterns, Berlin has been one of my second homes, yet in my repeated trips I have only experienced the TV tower from afar. In my past visits, I have seen all of the famous attractions so in this visit I decided it is finally my time to go up for a visit.
Imperial Power, Papal Fortress and amazing Renaissance frescos in one unique site: St.Angel Castel in Rome!
These days in the role of the Attractions Expert and Blog Editor at doitwell, I chose another location in Rome. However, in this adventure, I was not alone which is usually the case but I was with Nicole Cutrufo, our doitwell founder.
Do you want to imagine the past but use technology from the future? When you’re in Rome you need to take a break and visit the majestic Caracalla’s Bath not far from the Colosseum and the archeological area of the Palatine and Roman Forum.
One life is it not enough to know Rome, is the phrase that often I say to myself, especially when walking through the Eternal City, far from the popular tourists’ spots, I continue to discover new things after 10 years of living here.
As a tour company, you might think a website update means rewriting every tour description. But before you start agonizing over a new way to describe the ancient tourist site or natural wonder your tour visits, consider this.
Doitwell has previously shared investigative guest experiences from a wine tour in Tuscany to a kayaking excursion in Naples, but this week we are back in the USA at our headquarters in Orlando, Florida, to interview our Co-Founder, Giovanni di Ronza after his visit to the Kennedy Space Center.
I love interviewing our “doitwell” consultants from around the world. It’s fascinating to see destinations and attractions from their point of view, but this time it’s my turn to experience something new in my hometown and share it with through our blog: Visiting around top destinations !
In the world’s imagination, Italy is the perfect destination. Whenever Italy is mentioned over dinner conversations, it’s often followed with a collective, dreamy sigh about “next year’s vacation.”
Frank Lloyd Wright saw the Guggenheim Museum as his pioneering vision and made it happen. In 1943, he received a commission to design the museum in New York.