Two different styles of solo travel in Italy: one traveler went as part of a group tour, one explored independently. Here they share their stories.
Like a lot of travelers, I have seen many, many churches in Europe. In Sicily, I found my favorite: the Cathedral of Syracuse.
This sunny photo of the waterfront in Lenno, Italy on the shore of Lake Como was shared with us by a member of the Solo Travel Society.
Information and lots of photos on how to climb Mount Etna the easy way. Soft adventure in Sicily.
A trip to learn about the ancient sites of Rome and Greece in Sicily. A trip to relax at a resort. On this tour we had it all.
What’s it like to go solo on a solos-only tour? Here’s your answer with an overview of a fun and educational one-week trip to Sicily.
A Solo Travel Society member shares with us this peaceful shot of boats on a quiet Lake Como in Varenna, Italy.
A pizza and gelato cooking class in Rome reminded me of what I had already learned about Italians and cooking: simple is better.
The Trastevere food tour is a delicious way to explore about Rome. Take the tour with me (in photos) and learn about my favorite discoveries.
I just love the colors in this photo of Porto Venere on Italy’s Ligurian coast. It was shared with us by a member of the Solo Travel Society.
The magical meeting of Sofia and Antonio in Italy’s Umbrian hills stands out as one of my best travel days ever. It was an experience for all my senses.
Sunshine, blue sky and water, and colorful buildings clinging to the rocks. What’s not to love about this photo of Manarola, Italy?
This Solo Travel Society member spent five days working her way around Italy’s Lake Como, and enjoyed it from every vantage point.
Three Solo Travel Society members from three different countries share their impressions of Florence from their separate trips to Italy.
Visiting Pozzuoli, Italy, the place of her birth, awakened this Solo Travel Society member’s desire to explore it. Here she shares a view of the city.
From her first solo journey, this Solo Travel Society member shares with us a romantic scene discovered on a canal in Venice, Italy.
Tasting olive oil in Lombardy is an absolute pleasure. Tasting fresh olives – not so much! A tour of Frantoio Montecroce provides a delicious lesson.
The setting: a grand palazzo in the Italian countryside of Lombardy. The drink: the delicately bubbly Franciacorta of Berlucchi. If this is a dream, please don’t wake me!
Forlimpopoli, just an hour’s train ride from Bologna, is a beautiful town anchored by a center devoted to the food and wine of Italy.
A flight delay and a missed train left me with little time. But a lucky meeting with another traveler resulted in this beautiful one hour tour of Bologna.