Italy

June 21, 2017

Making Sense of Venice with all the Tourists

Making Sense of Venice with all the Tourists: Getting off the beaten track in Venice   Some people think Venice has a tourism problem– as in, too many […]
February 8, 2013
naples

The Naples That I Saw [Photos]

Naples is authentic. I think that word might get thrown around too much these days without meaning. Where other city’s historic cores have been taken over […]
February 1, 2013
Orvieto

A Walk around Orvieto Italy [Photos]

  Orvieto is Umbria’s imposing hill town. You won’t notice much, pulling in on the train. The city is perched a thousand feet up on a […]
January 30, 2013

Italy: Love it or leave it Review

Beauty in Italy “Everything in Italy is beautiful…on the surface.” The film presents to us at the start. It’s true. This country exudes beauty: from the […]
January 7, 2013

Eating Rome

A Walking Food Tour of Rome If the first thing we think about Rome is ancient ruins of the former Roman civilization, the second is food. […]
December 27, 2012

The Beauty of Florence [in Photos]

I’ve long spoken of the beauty of Florence, and traveling back a second time only confirmed the belief I held after my first visit five years […]
December 24, 2012

Michelangelo’s David according to a Renaissance Pigeon

Warning: the following is a guest post by a Renaissance pigeon. All opinions expressed are his own and not Bohemian Traveler’s. The true story of why […]
December 22, 2012
Milan monumental cemetery

A walk around Milan Monumental Cemetery

I first visited Milan’s Monumental cemetery, or Cimitero Monumentale di Milano, as it’s called in Italian, about five years ago. It’s a fascinating place that I […]
November 15, 2011

Disaster in Cinque Terre and How You Can Help

In November of 2006, I joined my family on a trip to Italy to visit my cousin, who was studying abroad in Milan. We visited Venice, […]