Almost after 20th days in Italy I finally got to the city that attracts me and I didn’t know what I should expect – lots of tourists, bad smell? But let’s go back. On Thursday (10th November) I took again my „not-favourite now“ Flix bus (why? it is a long story, maybe in some of next article) and went to Venezia (Venice, Benátky).
The last day in Trieste (9th November) I was walking a lot because I wanted to see lots of things that this city offers – there is the biggest square opened to the sea in Europe, the most biggest cave on the world (unfortunately, I didn’t see it), the second biggest lighthouse in Europe.
On Monday (7th November) I took the Flix bus and headed in Trieste – my the most east city on my long trip. I have one friend there who promised to show me around. The journey took 5 hours – omg, and I couldn’t fall asleep (I woke up at 5AM with thinking about the sleeping in the bus. What a naive idea.)
The firs weekend in November (5th and 6h) I spent in Bologna instead of SportLife Expo Fair Trade as I used to do. Never mind, this city is worth seeing. Respectively the center of city and the taste of piadine. Bot don’t digress. Step by step.
On Wednesday (2nd November) I changed my place in Milano to the south part of this big city. The name of village is Binasco. My friend there has two cute children, especially the younger one. I spent in the south of Milan two days.
On Monday (31th October) I took the FlixBus again and continued on my Italian trip. The next stop was Milano, the northest country that I would visit in Italy. Actually, maybe it is not true because not I am changing my plan again, so we will see where exactly I will end my trip.
The last part about my visiting Genova is about the discovering during the weekend (29th and 30th October). Because my hosts there have a car we took it and went around Genova. Besides the discovering, it was the tasting time of the traditional not only Genovese cuicine.
Because my friend had to work on Friday (28th October) I had time to discover the surrounding of Genova by myself. As I have already written I wanted to see Boccadasse again, during the day light. For this reason, I set off small trip in the morning.
On Wednesday (26th October) I had my first experience with the bus agency called FlixBus. I took the bus from Firenze to Genova. It took me get to Genoa about three hours but I must make a compliment to this company – good prices, comfortable, WIFI connection (so I can work) and the most important thing, especially for women, there is a toilet :).
On Tuesday’s morning (25th October) I took the train in Pisa central station and headed in Firenze (Florence in Italy). The ticket cost 8,40 euro. There should be a cheaper version with going to the Pisa airport (1,50 euro) and change the bus to Firenze (4,99 euro). But at the end I chose something easier for me. Besides, I was worried that I lost myself. Anyway, nobody checked again my ticket in the train. And I probably took the fast train – after 40 minutes I was in Firenze – for my first time.