Tour an underrated palace in stunning Venice When visiting Venice, most tourists flock to St. Mark’s Basilica, the Doge’s Palace or the island of Murano, there are however many other attractions in Venice waiting to be discovered. While plenty of visitors do step foot inside this exceptional palace, Ca’ Rezzonico still seems to be underrated…. Read more »
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One of the most recognisable structures in the world, the Colosseum has stood in Rome for nearly two thousand years. Over time, gladiators have been replaced with tourists, making it one of the most popular destinations in Rome.
Take a look inside the world famous Basilica of St Francis! For the millions of people who flock to Assisi every year, a visit to the Basilica of St Francis is the number one attraction. Tourists and pilgrims alike stand in awe at the incredible artwork and solemn atmosphere of this holy site. While you… Read more »
Roam the magnificent Doge’s Palace without leaving your home! One of the highlights of Venice, the Doge’s Palace is steeped in history, full of breathtaking art and architecture. Now through Google Arts and Culture, you can take a virtual tour of this historic attraction! Starting in the Chamber of the Great Council (the ‘Sala del… Read more »
Matera looks like something out of a fairy tale. Its breathtaking appearance, with over 9000 years of human habitation hides an unreal past.
Siena is universally known for its history, art, gorgeous landscape and proud culture and heritage. The historic centre of Siena was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995, cementing its position as a must-see destination for tourists travelling to Italy.
Merry Christmas & happy holidays to all our friends! From everyone at Monastery Stays, we wish you all a safe, peaceful Christmas and joyous holiday season. Thank you for travelling with Monastery Stays & we look forward to assisting you with your travel experiences in 2020! Take a moment this holiday period to discover &… Read more »
Turin and Milan go hand-in-hand – two of the largest cities in Italy sitting so close to each other, both with long pasts that have shaped the history of Europe. Situated only one hour apart by direct train, why visit just one when you can easily split your time across both of these gems!
Staying in a monastery is a unique cultural experience. A tried and tested form of accommodation for years, opting for a convent over a traditional hotel has many benefits.
Travelling overseas can be a daunting experience. Whether it’s your first trip or your tenth, travelling solo or with a group, there are so many things to think about and plan to ensure you get the best out of your time away.