Mediterranean

Carbonara and History in Rome

Carbonara and History in Rome

Visiting iconic metropolises like Rome can be overwhelming — the city’s oversaturation of must-dos can lead to disappointment about all the sights you didn’t get the chance to see. For a less-intimidating-but-still-bustling-city feel, cross the River Tiber to visit Trastevere. The once working-class neighborhood is now a vivacious hotspot full of history. Here, you can…

Islands of Malta and Gozo

Islands of Malta and Gozo

Honey-colored coastlines trace the outline of Malta, a small island that’s home to welcoming people, resplendent natural wonders, and rich history. Positioned at the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, and being at the crossroads between Europe and Africa, it’s a heady mix of cultural influences. Take Maltese cuisine: a harmonious blend of flavors from Sicily…

Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain

Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain

Ibiza may be known for its beautiful beaches, legendary parties, and majestic sunsets at the iconic Café del Mar, but the island is also known for its natural beauty and mystical energy that has been drawing spiritual seekers for decades. Es Vedrà, the uninhabited rocky islet along the southwest coast, is said to be the…

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