The Tour du Mont Blonc is one of the longest hiking trails in Europe and a popular destination for travelers who enjoy the outdoors. The path circles the Mont Blanc massif for 110 miles and winds through France, Italy and Switzerland. A trek around Mont Blanc lasts seven–10 days and is only for the most seasoned hikers.
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Visitors to and residents of Rome can spend days wandering the streets around the Colosseum, the Pantheon and, of course, Vatican City. But summers in Rome can be blisteringly hot to the point of uncomfortable, and until this year there has been nowhere to cool off aside from rooftop pools reserved for the hotel guests who can afford the access, and public fountains, which the local police recently forbid as a form of cooling off. This summer, however, the mayor of Rome announced plans to debut a riverfront beach of sorts, similar to what developed on the banks of Paris’ Seine River.
A lesser-known Italian gem, Calabria sits at the toe of the country’s boot bordered by the Tyrrhenian Sea and Ionian Sea in Southern Italy. The mountainous region isn’t visited as frequently as other regions, but it’s a beautiful, historic and culturally rich destination.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
Could Milan’s Backdoor 43 be the world’s smallest bar? They’re certainly hopeful as the owners applied for a Guinness World Record to that effect. The bar is a single room the size of a walk-in closet with only four stools and a small bar area. Shelves are stocked with vials, bottles and various vintage knickknacks. Cocktails are poured to suit visitors’ tastes.