Waist deep in Google searches for Northern Italy?
Sweet, so glad you’re here.
Northern Italy is everything on the map above Rome. You should visit, ‘cause the cities are alluringly ancient and the villages are works of art.
We get that it’s overwhelming to digest, and you just want to know exactly what to do. You’re totally over barebones info you’re skimming on the web.
We’ll guess that Florence, Milan and Venice made most lists (they’re on ours, too) — but we know that you’re still not sure which ones are worth seeing.
Whatever you read next has to be The Guide To End All Googling.
There are two kinds of people in the world.
Those who go on vacation.
And those who go on vacation AND habitually browse real estate listings while on vacation.
Count me into the latter group.
Netflix, nah, give me the Sotheby’s International Realty website — prowling listings is a recipe for some delicious downtime.
For as long as I’ve been working with Bianca, the founder of Italian Fix, there has been one question we’ve been asked more than any other about the Cinque Terre — which village should I stay in?
That’s because the Cinque Terre isn’t one single place. As you might have guessed from its name (Five Lands is the direct translation), the Cinque Terre is a collection of five small towns along the Italian Riviera:
If you’re going to stay here, you’ve got to choose one.
But which Cinque Terre town is the best Cinque Terre town?