How have you guys been? I’ve been very busy! I’m a senior, which means I got a lot of stuff to do but I haven’t forgotten about my blog! In march, my year went to Italy for 10 days! We saw a lot of beautiful places and we had loads of fun. It was an experience I will never forget, and I want to share that with you guys through the pictures I took. The names to the majority of the sights will be underneath the pics. Enjoy ♡
During our busride we drove past Switzerland thus got to see some mountains.
When we arrived in Italy, our first hotel was located at Fidenza.
Our trip really started the next day, in Pisa!
That same day we went to beautiful Lucca!
During the evening we went for a walk at our next stop, Siena. We didn’t stay there for too long sadly enough.
The next day we took our bus and left for Pompeii!
After our visit to Pompeii, we went to Sorrento, which is close to Naples. We stayed there for 3 nights and it was very beautiful.
During our stay at Sorrento we took a boat to Capri! A wonderful island with many cliffs and a great view onto the ocean. We got to devour that after having to walk tons of steps which were very tiring. After those steps we took a cable lift that brought us to the highest point of the island where we enjoyed a breathtaking view.
The next morning we had to get up really early because we had to leave for Amalfi! Our visit there was short because we couldn’t park our bus there for too long but we did had an amazing time as the weather gods were on our side that day.
First we payed Positano a quick visit, since the view there was astonishing.
That same day we also visited the inside of a volcano (Solfatara), which was a total waste of time if you ask me and my classmates.
When we got back to our hotel I also captured this pretty view from my room, my friends and I could even see the sea from our window:
Our next stop was the mesmerizing ROME! We stayed here for two nights, the third morning we went to Vatican City.
Day 2 in Rome:
This same day we went on to visit the beautiful garden of the Villa d’Este in Tivoli. It contains loads of fountains, something my teacher repeated for at least 6 times that day 😀
Last but surely not least, Florence.
I hope you guys have enjoyed this rather different blogpost, but if you did, be sure to leave a like to let me know! I you have any further questions, leave them in the comments and I’ll answer as quickly as possible.
All pictures were taken by me, if you want to use these pics please give credits or let me know how you would like to use them 🙂
Much love, Estera XOXO