Saronno is a little town in the province of Varese. It received the honorary title of city with a presidential decree in 1960. It is 20 minutes by frequent trains from the center of Milan, and is surrounded by motorways that lead to Milan, Varese and Switzerland. If i remember it right, my mom’s first… Read More Keep Calm, You’re in Saronno
A magnificent view of the Lower City from the Upper City I have been to the city of Bergamo a lot of times, maybe more than 10 times already. It is not so far from Milan. It just takes an hour ride by the bus, train or car. The city is composed of the Upper… Read More Up On The Hills of Bergamo
Whenever i think about my childhood, i guess i’m not so fascinated by a zoo. Funny, but i never visited a zoo even after i finished college back home in the Philippines. The first mini zoo i visited is the one in Leolandia-Minitalia Park (Capriate, Italy), with my second son. Well, i guess if i… Read More Feels of Safari at Parco Natura Viva
Basilica of Superga It wasn’t my first time to go to Turin (Torino), but it was indeed my first time to visit the Basilica of Superga. I only knew about Superga because of the tragic plane crash back in 1949. But, there’s definitely more to this church than just that incident. It is fully accessible… Read More It’s Not Just a Church. It’s Superga!
It’s actually my birthday today, and i celebrated it with my daughter at one of the small towns in the foothills of the Alps in Veneto. It’s called, Conegliano (pronounced as “Conelyano”), a beautiful town in the province of Treviso. From Milan, we took the train going to Venice and we get down at Mestre-Venezia… Read More Conegliano: Home of Prosecco
I asked my husband to come with me to Varese, not for the real tour, but to know how to get there exactly. My daughter will have a photo shoot here next week, and i don’t want to get lost, dragging my daughter around. I got this habit of checking first the location when i… Read More Quick Trip in Varese