When all our food came, it was heavenly. The meal was glorious, and at that moment I felt like an honorary local.
Walking around Split transports you to another time with its well-preserved fixtures and buildings.
Continuing down the Adriatic Sea, we went ashore to the ancient walled city of Dubrovnik.
A vantage point overlooking the fjord like no other from 4000 feet above sea level.
A spelunker for a day inside one of the world’s largest cave.
When we first arrived to Trieste, it looked like we weren’t in Italy anymore.
It’s really a place of magic and romance — a real treat for your sights and senses.
“In Italy, they add work and life on to food and wine.” -Robin Leach
I’m super inspired to curate a few of my favorite photos from my trip to Italy last year. Plus, this will be my “mood board” for my upcoming trip back to Italy this Autumn.
Food is communal. The best way to experience a culture is through the stomach.