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Basking in Roman Beach Bliss: 3 Coastal Escapes for Travelers Seeking Sun and Serenity!

Tiago (Brasil)
24 October 2023

Attention, fellow travelers seeking a perfect beach getaway from the enchanting streets of Rome! Look no further, for we have curated an unforgettable coastal adventure that starts right from Termini Station. Hop aboard the train, and let’s set sail for three Roman beach gems that promise sun-soaked relaxation and beachside bliss!

1. Ostia Lido – Where Fun in the Sun Meets Beachside Vibes!
Are you ready for a beach day filled with sun, sand, and endless fun? Hop on the local train to Ostia Lido, a beach haven that promises a lively coastal experience. In less than an hour, you’ll find yourself immersed in a vibrant beach scene, with stretches of golden sands and sparkling blue waters inviting you to dip your toes. Ostia Lido’s charm lies in its lively promenades, beach clubs, and a variety of watersports activities. Whether you’re a beach volleyball enthusiast, a windsurfing daredevil, or simply seeking a leisurely sunbathing session, Ostia Lido caters to every beach lover’s desires. So, pack your favorite beach read, slather on some sunscreen, and get ready for an adventure-packed day in the Roman sun!

2. Santa Marinella – A Tranquil Oasis with a Glimpse of History!
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city with a quick regional train ride to Santa Marinella – a coastal gem that exudes serenity and timeless charm. In just over an hour, you’ll be transported to a seaside oasis, where soft sands and tranquil waters create a dreamy atmosphere. Beyond the relaxing ambiance, Santa Marinella offers a touch of Roman history with the remnants of ancient villas overlooking the coastline. Embrace the laid-back vibe, take a refreshing dip in the clear waters, and let the picturesque surroundings soothe your soul. This Roman beach retreat is perfect for travelers

3. Anzio – Seaside Dreams and Nautical Adventures Unite!
Prepare for a coastal escapade like no other as you board a hidden gem that offers the best of both worlds. Within an hour, you’ll find yourself in a charming town with serene beaches and an array of nautical delights. Anzio’s tranquil shores invite you to unwind and soak in the coastal serenity. Whether you’re strolling along the sandy shores or savoring a refreshing cocktail with a view, Anzio is the perfect spot to slow down and embrace the beach vibes. For the adventurous souls, head to the nearby port and embark on a nautical adventure, exploring the captivating coastline from the sea.

So, dear travelers, Rome’s coastal wonders are yours to explore! From the bustling shores of Ostia Lido to the serene sanctuary of Santa Marinella and the nautical delights of Anzio, these Roman beach escapes promise an unforgettable seaside experience. Pack your beach essentials, let your cares drift away with the waves, and revel in the sun-kissed bliss that awaits you on Rome’s stunning coastline!



6 reasons you need to visit Milano this summer (but not only)


Milano is big Milano is beautiful Milano in the future.  when you first book your plane tickets to come to Italy Milano is in the plans. Of course, it is not Rome the beautiful and antique Rome.  but Milano has something of the future something I Vanguard that you really can not come across in any other place of the world. 

For he who steps foot for the first time in Milano, you should know you are landing in the playground of fashion, design, and all kinds of exciting events beyond your wildest dreams. In Milano, there is a week dedicated to quite anything. Design week, fashion week, architecture week – so many opportunities of meeting people and upgrading your skills and your life.

The Navigli, of course

When you are new to the city, one amazing area to get lost in is the Navigli. The Navigli is way more than simple canals surrounded by bars, restaurants, and clubs. First and foremost, they are an important part of the historical center of Milano. Little do most people know that in the past, Milano very much resembled Venice in that streets were linked with canals. Today, even though most of them have been destroyed, the area is still crossed by two canals that make the neighborhood cozy and friendly.

It is an amazing area to have fun in, whether you are hanging out with your partner, your friends, or your family. If you are a fan of vintage shopping, or if you like to grab a drink after a full day visiting the city, then this is the spot for you. Food tip: we strongly recommend having a bite at Pizzium, one of the best pizzerias around.

The Dome of Milano

Of course, this mini-guide of Milano wouldn’t be complete without the famous Dome of Milano. We know this is one of the top attractions in the city, and it looks fabulous from each corner of the Piazza del Duomo. You can even get on the rooftop to catch a glimpse of the grandeur of Milano – a cool spot for an Instagram sunset moment.

If you are a history and religion lover, we strongly recommend you to catch a  glimpse of the famous Leonardo da Vinci ‘Last Supper’ painting. It has been safely and jealously guarded by the city for ages, and it is truly an imposing part of the country’s culture that you would set your eyes on.

Shopping at the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

When you visit a city, bringing back souvenirs for family – and yourself – is a part of the deal. For this matter, another area that you would very well do to visit – especially if you are a shopping enthusiast – is the very elegant Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. How can you not feel like a queen or a king taking a stroll between the luxurious restaurants and clothing shops nearby? 

Churches, please

In Milano, much like in any part of Italy, churches and basilicas are very much loved. As part of our selection, we would recommend a visit to Chiesa di Santa Maria Presso San Satiro, a church that dates back from the 9th century. It is located in the Centro Storico, as is Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore. It is nicknamed the Sistine Chapel of Milano, and there is reason enough to regard this monument as one of the most famous in the world. It is gold, it is paintings, it is art and architecture all rolled into one. 

Fun fact: in this church, you will be able to enjoy a reproduction of the Last Supper painting. Then, close by, you can take a walk at The Palazzo Litta, an astounding baroque building from the 17th century. Your best bet to enjoy the city to the fullest is to lose yourself in the ancient architecture of this very avant-garde City.

Can a city be complete without a castle, though?

Despite its very artistic and design look at times, Milano still remains very much engraved in the past. It does not let go of its record nor of its gigantic history. A proof of this love for tradition and history is the Castello Sforzesco, one of the greatest pieces of evidence of the city’s power. In 2 or 3 hours tops, you can wander the Castle – absolutely for free. In the nearby park, you can come across a mini Arc de Triomphe that will teleport you to the elegant Paris, only a few meters away from the center of Milano.

Must-visit: the Monumental Cemetery

When you’re on vacation, the last thing that you would like to do is visiting a cemetery. However, catacombs, crypts, and cemeteries really boast a supernatural personality in Italy. We strongly recommend that you visit the Monumental Cemetery when you’re in Milano. No shady vibes, on the other hand, this is the very opportunity to enjoy Italian art from the 19th and 20th centuries. There are engraved and sculpted masterpieces all around, and the cemetery building itself is absolutely stunning.

Of course, you don’t have to do this on your own. If you would like to visit the city with a true local, you can always get a guided tour of the historical center or a ghost tour if you want to mix things up a little bit.  

So there you have it some of the very best places to visit get lost in and enjoy the finer things from the Italian culture. There are so many ways to visit Milano that it’s really difficult to end this article there. From luxury shopping to avant-garde design and buildings made from glass and concrete and wood, it is a city for the dreamer.

If you would like to get away from the city just for a day or two, Lake Como is a stone’s throw away. It is one of the most peaceful places you will ever find in your life, filled with blue, green, water, and mountains that surround you, your dreams, and your happiness. 

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