You can seriously find gelato everywhere you go in Italy, and the beautiful displays in each Gelateria captures even the grumpiest of traveler's hearts, but there is one particular Gelateria that I would return to Venice just for their gelato!
There’s a fabulously old and twisty neighborhood in Lisbon called Alfama. It’s easy to get lost and turned around in Alfama but that’s just part its charm. It was built that way, on purpose to confuse invaders. Alfama is the oldest district in Lisbon and has survived earthquakes and abandonment. This delightful neighborhood is filled with azure tiles, charming restaurants and shops and the friendliest people. Make your way up to one of the many miradouros for a sweeping view of Alfama’s terra cotta rooftops and the Targus river.
Straight from the desk of your travel agent...