Travelling to a new city can be tricky, especially if you are visiting it for the first time. This guide will cover all means of Rome transportation, and also the ways to travel in the city. Rome is one of the most developed and organized cities in the world, so getting around is very easy. Continue reading
Flying is an amazing way to see the world. What was once a 30-hour drive becomes a four-hour flight, and really, there’s little to complain about there. Once you land, you can even let someone else help with the driving. But sometimes we still find ourselves stuck in a long layover due to a delay or awkward schedule. This, unfortunately, can lead to some extreme boredom and frustration.
With more than 2,000 years of existence, every stone in the „eternal city“ Rome has a story behind it. Today it’s one of the visited destinations in Europe and a place where you can travel back to Ancient Rome, the Medieval Ages, the Renaissance, etc. What is more exciting about Rome are the piazzas which are a masterpiece itself and the centre of the local cultural life. We compiled a list of the 5 best piazzas in Rome you must visit and how to reach them by public transport or a private Rome taxi.
Although Brussels is an interesting destination to explore, the surrounding towns are a real challenge for the tourists arriving in Belgium. Just an hour away from Belgium’s capital, there are some of the real gems of this country which display magnificent architecture and rich history. During your stay, take day trips from Brussels and feel the real Belgium culture. Take a train or book a custom tour with a Brussels taxi provider, and get ready for a real adventure.
Many tourists find Venice difficult to navigate, especially first-timers. The historic Venice, where all main attractions are located, is on the island which is accessible only by water. Many visitors have numerous questions om how to get from Marco Polo airport to Venice, so we prepared this guide which will help you get acquainted with the Venice transportation system.
Prague has a millennium-long history and the best beer in the world, so who wouldn’t want to visit it! The main arrival point is the Vaclav Havel Prague airport which serves international flights from all over the world. It is located 20 km north of Prague and it is well connected to the city centre via public transport, shuttle, and taxi services. In this guide, we’ve summarized the essential information you need to know how to get from Prague airport to city centre.
From fabulous sandy beaches to top-notch golf courses, Costa del Sol is one of the most popular destinations in Spain. Here you will discover the true Andalusian charm and great food, while the cultural and historical heritage will assure you have a great time unveiling the secrets of this region. We asked our local Malaga taxi driver Carlos to give us an insight and tips on which are the top places to visit. He shared with us the hottest destinations this summer and how to get there.
Amalfi Coast is a fine example of a Mediterranean seaside. Charming and seductive, it will capture its visitor’s heart instantly. Once you arrive there, you won’t be able to settle in one place. The coastline features one of the most beautiful Italian towns and villages, so make sure to put as many places in your itinerary as possible.
Although smaller in size compared to other airports in Italy, Catania airport is one the list of the top busiest airports. It is the main gateway for arriving in Sicily due to its good location and connection to the rest of the island. Many tourists who come to visit the renowned holiday destinations like Taormina, Siracusa or Guardini Naxos use this airport. Also, Catania airport is the main arrival point for cruise tourists who depart or arrive at Messina Port. There are several transportation options you can use for your transfer from Catania airport and we prepared a short summary which can help you to make a decision.
Amsterdam is famous for its unique cosy and laid-back lifestyle. Over the centuries, it has proved itself as an important art and cultural centre, while it continues to grow and reinvent itself in the modern days. It is often called “the northern Venice” as it has many similarities with this Italian city. Mainly, because both cities were merchant centres in the past and they are both built on many, small islands with a vast network of canals. However, Amsterdam’s architecture differs significantly from Venice and is characterized by the narrow houses built on the banks of the canals. Behind the specific type of construction, there are several interesting facts you probably didn’t know and we will show you in this infographic.