The thought of going to Rome, Italy- land of pasta, pizza and bread may feel celiacs everywhere with dread. For those who experience the autoimmune reaction to gluten, a protein commonly found in wheat, a visit the Eternal City may seem like the worst possible holiday destination for anyone with a gluten intolerance.
But dining in Rome does not necessarily have to be a terrifying, and disappointing experience. In fact Rome has fast become one of the best places for those who are gluten intolerant, with many great gluten-free restaurants and top eateries preparing beautiful, authentic Roman food suitable for celiacs. [click to continue…]
In many ways, visiting Rome feels like being transported to an epic movie set. With its ancient architectural remains, delicious food and chic nightlife, the city has a lot going for it– even if it does become crowded and congested with traffic in the summer.
Don’t be afraid to get lost. Wandering around Rome’s cobbled streets, looking up at stunning buildings is the perfect way to stumble across local markets selling delicious fruit and pastries and great street entertainers.
To get the most out of your visit, be prepared to hit the ground running. Here’s our guide to one of Europe’s great capitals. Divertiti! (Have fun!) [click to continue…]
Connemara is an area of Ireland famous for the rugged beauty of its countryside. Connemara has hills, valleys, castles, rivers and lakes. It is wild and picturesque, making it a part of the Republic of Ireland that many visitors to the country want to see, and fortunately for these people it is possible to take an organised tour of Connemara departing from the city of Dublin. Dublin is a great place to use as a base if you come to Ireland and it is easy to find accommodation there.
Of course, you might want to make your own way into Connemara instead of going on a guided tour. Buses and trains can be caught from Dublin that would enable you to do so. [click to continue…]
It’s probably a given you’ll be heading up the Eiffel Tower the first time you’re in Paris, perhaps ticking off Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe and a tiny bit of the Louvre while you’re at it too. But for anyone coming here a second…or tenth time, it would be a shame to stay on the beaten track. So cast away the cliches and head out into a Paris lesser seen – there are plenty of surprises still left up its sleeve for even the most ardent visitor. And if you need suggestions, then here are six great ways to see the City of Lights anew… [click to continue…]
The ‘God’s Own Country’ is one of the most romantic states in India. Idyllic beaches and captivating backwaters, scenic hills, breathtaking landscapes, pleasing climate, etc, Kerala has plenty of destinations that harmonize perfectly with brimming love and romance. Here are the top 6 honeymoon destinations in Kerala, to enjoy authentic romantic escapade.
Kumarakom synonymously refers to backwater retreat for the honeymooners! Exotically furnished honeymoon boats enable a wonderful ride from the unhurried shore of Vembanad Lake. The ride takes you across the lakes and lagoons enjoying the beautiful landscapes, coconut grooves and rice paddies. You can stop by the cluster of islands and take a short stroll and catch fish! [click to continue…]