Where are the best Places to Photograph Sunset? As the day comes to and end and the sky erupts into a palette of pinks, oranges and reds you want to be in the right spot at the right time to capture the perfect sunset that completes your travel album.
Burano is like a rainbow lollipop of Italian goodness. A short ferry (Vaporetti) ride from Venice, Italy, this little gem sits proudly with such a distinctive appearance and joyful vibe that a visit is essential if you’re in the area.
Venice is one of the best cities you can visit as a photographer. The colours and charm, the canals and mystery, not to mention the gondolas, restaurants and character filled squares.
Looking at this colourful fishing village on the Italian coast today you would never believe that four years ago it was buried four metres deep in mud.
Where to take the Best Photos in Manarola, Cinque Terre A rainbow of colourful buildings look out over the Mediterranean Sea as they sit perched high on rocky cliffs.
Florence Photography Location Guide Terracotta roof tops, hidden courtyards and streets alive with historical features. Florence is a city to get lost in with your camera.
Pretty doesn’t begin to describe the Tuscan town of Siena. Perched on top of a hill overlooking rolling green fields with the Tuscan sun glowing down upon it, this Italian wonder is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Venice floods the imagination with an atmosphere of creative nautical wonder. It’s a city of incredible architecture built solely on water where cars are replaced with teak boats and gondolas.
If you find yourself in Italy, don’t skip Verona. Even if it’s just an overnight stop this gem is well worth the visit just to sit with your legs dangling over the walls of Piazzale Castel San Pietro and photograph as the sun sets over the entire city.
The Wandering Lens Recommends: Where to Stay in Florence NH Portra Rossa: Website for Bookings Via Porta Rossa, 19, 50123 Firenze, Italy Researching hotels in Florence left me a little spoilt for choice.