How to Retire Early and Travel the World

A month-long stay in an Italian villa…a winter spent in the Caribbean sun…gourmet dinners out…your own housekeeper and gardener…

You don’t need to be wealthy to enjoy “rich man” luxuries in retirement…

If you could afford the retirement of your dreams…what would your life look like?

Maybe you’d spend a few weeks (or a few months) a year in a sunny beach town…sailing, surfing, enjoying the warm ocean…

Or maybe you’d take a European escape each summer…dine with a view of the Eiffel Tower, grab a Guinness in Dublin, watch the sun set on white-washed Santorini in Greece…

Or maybe you’ve always dreamed of traveling the world…watching the sunrise on the ruins at Angkor Wat in Cambodia…seeing the wildlife in the Galapagos Islands…playing golf on Portugal’s Algarve…

 

We offer villas and apartments weekly basis or long term in various parts of the world, so that you can enjoy destination to the fullest.

 

Cherry blossom, Cannes film festival,Monaco grand prix or Tomatinaexperience, we offer affordable luxury without even realization. Take villages like Altea, the Jewel of Spain’s Costa Blanca, where the scents of salt and sea mix with orange blossom. From beach towns to idyllic lake-side retreats…from close-knit mountain communities to metropolises bustling with culture…we’ve got them all covered. So not only will it be easy for you to meet and make friends, but you’ll have no problem finding fellow English-speakers.

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6 Less Visited Destinations In Italy That You Should Explore

Without a shred of doubt Italy is a country of natural wonders that blends perfectly with the people’s cosmopolitan lifestyle. Add to that the Italians surely know how to woo the visitors with their rich historical, cultural heritage, and of course the revered classic Italian cuisine. The most visited and the obviously popular destinations have to be Florence, Sicily, Venice and Milan. But these destinations witness heavy footfall round the year and this may not augur well with the wanderlusts that prefer their tours to be less chaotic.

But believe it or not Italy’s breathtaking beauty and vast riches of visitor’s destinations runs deep into the country’s less visited spots that are mysterious as well as steeped in history. Get set to discover these less visited destinations that you might as well plan to add in your itinerary the next time.

Lake Resia- This could be the place where you could literally see the time standing still. This is also the most uniquely beautiful places and given Italy has an abundance of water bodies, this lake could not be given amiss. The Lake of Resia is located in one of the most calming beautiful regions of Trentino-Alto Adige. The area situated in Northern Italy bordering Switzerland and Austria is famous for the incredible mountain peaks that rise above it. Lake Resia, an artificial mountain lake is characterized by the 16th-century with the biggest high point being the Romanesque belltower that emerges from the depths of the lake. The bell tower is also a reminder of the now submerged original village of Graun, relocated when the reservoir was built. The most spectacular experience is that of walking up to the bell tower by crossing the frozen river in the winter season to seize the time which stands still.

Civita di Bagnoregio: It is described as the “dying city” because this medieval age village is facing the threat of being non-existent due to the erosion. If you are up for the challenge, get ready to travel this uphill village via foot. The cliff in the province of Vitrebo is considered among the most beautiful in Italy. The villages’ picturesque architecture would leave you mesmerized andit gives you activities galore. You can walk the winding lanes; have a bite on incredible food in the local restaurants. The surrounding valley’s beauty is such that you are sure to gasp audibly at the view. For all those fantasy fans, the winters are the best time to visit with the views of the village coming in full scale as the low cloud hangs over to make a halo effect.

Old town of Bagnoregio

Emilia-Romagna- Bologna is the one of the coolest town to be. It happens to be one of the most visited spots among the students mainly due to the fact that it is the home to the oldest university in Europe. Not just students, the Italian food capital is draws a huge number of gastronomy fans as well! If you are in Bologna, you just cannot afford to miss out on the local delicacies like lasagne and tortellini. Emilia-Romagna stretches from the wetlands of the Po delta down to the beach resorts of the Adriatic coast, and across fertile plains where the signature ingredients of Italian cuisine are produced. As the ultimate food destination of Italy, Bologna also lets the tourists organize a whole gourmet tour that spreads across the artisan producers of prosciutto crudo and mortadella, intense balsamic vinegar and Italy’s king of cheeses, parmesan.

Lake Iseo, Lombardy- Often seen as the “least known Italian lakes”, Iseo is popular with hikers and is home to Europe’s largest lake island, Monte Isola. Lake Iseo islittle known outside Italy, Lake Iseo is smaller than Lake Como but considerably quieter and more charming. This is hands down the unsung gem of Northern Italy situated just north of the cities of Brescia and Bergamo, a place that has low footfall of tourists. Once you reach in the sparsely populated Remote Monte Isola, you are welcomed by the blue and white paper flowers that add to the serenity and calm of the area.

The Garden of Ninfa- The Ninfa Garden is one of the finest private parks in Itay yet is unknown to even most Italians. The few people who have been to The Garden of Ninfa have come up with only description; “The paradise on earth” particularly during the spring bloom. This beautiful park gets even more beautified due to the lush vegetation including the picturesque ruins of the now defunct medieval town of Ninfa.

RoccaCalascio- Within the Gran Sasso National Park, at an altitude of 1,460 meters, is RoccaCalascio, one of the highest Fortresses in the whole of Italy. The castlesits atopa mountain ridge that gives the best possible view over the valley of Tirino and the Navelli Uplands below. It comes as no surprise that the breathtaking view of the valley has been captured on the celluloid for such movies as ‘Lady Hawke’ and ‘The Name of the Rose’.It wasabandoned somewhere around the mid-twentieth century alongside the ancient medieval village of Calascio below Post renovation in the 80’s it can be visited without having to spend a single penny today. Plus you have the affable local villagers serve great ice cream and coffee in the village.

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5 Reasons to Go to Italy

Italy is like a magnet every year attracts tourists from all over the world. And the phenomenon of this for several decades. What is it that draws this country to pasta and pasta? One likes to lie on an Egyptian beach, others – to admire the architecture and historical monuments of France, while others want “all at once,” this is precisely what Italy is doing. Only in Italy, you can find everything: from the great Roman sights to the sea and beaches. And some people, thinking about Italy, remember its beautiful ski slopes.

Italy is good everywhere – from majestic old towns to luxury destinations Italy. Also among our compatriots in demand shopping tours to Italy, but we are not on this. After all, in the first place, Italy is visited, with the aim of enjoying its beauty, and discover its secrets. But Italy, as enigmatic, fascinating, beautiful and mysterious girl, the secrets of which do not open immediately. And so we go there again and again in the hope of conquering her heart, every year more and more falling in love with this extraordinary country.

What is this strange power that attracts millions of other travelers and us every year to it, forcing us to abandon other tourist destinations and give ourselves entirely to Italy alone? Let’s try from a million of the reasons that we find for this purpose only five main reasons for rest in Italy:

A large number of historical sights– The country has a lot of historic places and great architectural monuments, and the variety of sightseeing tours allows you to choose and qualitatively evaluate any of them. The great Roman Empire left behind a tremendous cultural and architectural heritage, which in Italy can be found in large numbers in many cities.

Beach vacation- It is promoted both by a mild climate and by a luxurious nature. Honeymoon destinations in Italy amaze with its cleanliness and service. A lot of beaches Continue reading

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How to Make an Unforgettable Trip to Italy?

For centuries, Italy has attracted those who seek to enjoy. Italy has everything to offer: from picturesque cities, Roman ruins, perfect beaches, the most fantastic sculptures and paintings in the world, ancient Greek temples, and a fusion of cultures that spectacular genre gastronomy in each of its regions.

Their lands saw the rise of the Renaissance and the spread of the Roman Empire, produced poets and legendary leaders. Italy, which owns some of the most dazzling places on the planet, is rich in small towns, charming and bucolic towns, and is the cradle of great cities.

Cernobbio, Lombardy: Leaving Como, the first small town that is located inCernobbio, a residential place on the edges of Lake Como at the foot of Mount Bisbino. The name comes from an old convent, “Coenobium”, that emerged in the area of the current Villa D’Este. It is a place of rest well known and famous for its villas and hotels, Cernobbio is also an important industrial centre. Here was born one of the first industrial establishments for the production of silk. By bike, boat trips or on foot the little town is simply charming.

Lake Como and Bellagio:Luxury destinations in Italy have a collection of stunning small towns with their names, probably the most famous of them is Bellagio, which is also one of the most beautiful and has an exceptional location. Just at the point where the two lower arms of the lake meet (which has a curious inverted Y shape), which offers fantastic views over a good stretch of the great expanse of water, especially its northern branch.

Milan: Milan is a city that offers elegant style, modern life and traditional culture, and it is worth leaving the conventional circuit to discover other places such as San Ambrosio in Milan (Lombard Architecture), or the charming Navigli, with its antique markets, at night.

Venice:  A romantic city par excellence! Its channels, its dead-end streets, trap you! Yes, it is an expensive city, more than the rest of Italy, but it is a must during honeymoon destinations in Italy tour.

Florence: This city is a jewel in itself. Small but in every corner, you can feel the Florentine spirit and Michelangelo with its beautiful sculptures and its massive square of the Signoria, the Continue reading

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