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Silvia Testa

Lives in Rome, Italy

  • Italy

    I was born in Italy and actually live in Rome. I've visited almost every corner of my country, above all the cultural one of my big passion is art and culture!
  • Spain

    I've been in Spain at different times for more than 1 month. I love its cultural cities, like Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Granada and Bilbao. But I think the most charming places of Spain are those off the beaten paths, like the rural cuevas of Ribadesell
  • Greece

    I've spent many summer seasons in Greece since I was a child! I perfectly know many Cyclades Islands, Ionian islands, Crete, Dodecanese Islands, Sporades Islands, Meteora Monasteries and Athens
  • Germany

    I've visited Berlin and Frankufurt ... places rich in art, culture and profoundly marked by the history of World War II
  • Paris

    I love the romance of Paris, but above all I love its cultural places, like the Louvre Museum, the Saint Chapel, Centre Pompidou and Notre Dame
  • London

    I love the cosmopolitan atmosphere that you can breath in London, its vintage markets, its unusual restaurants and its unique places!
Amazing trip ideas - By Hitesh Sundesha - See this trip
It was a fantastic experience - both working with her and the actual trip. She gave some wonderful hotel recommendations and great ideas for activities in each city. I would highly recommend her trip planning service.

Anniversary trip to Italy and Paris

I'm going to Italy for 21 days with my wife. I'm going from Mumbai. I'm looking forward to celebrating our first wedding anniversary. We would like it to be a blend of romantic and fun.

2 weeks in Paris and Italy

We are a couple who like to backpack around 2-3 days in Paris, a day in the South of France and rest of the days in Italy! We love exploring old places and interested in history, but not 'spend hours in museums' kind. We will be reaching France on 6th June and leaving from Milan on 22nd June.

Would need recommendations on budget accommodations, best way to travel between places (train/air/car), what is a must see and what can be missed. We would love to explore a couple of real italian village towns if possible.

We both are foodies but not the fine dining type. Would love to eat what the locals eat.

Looking forward to your suggestions.