In a place where prosecco is cheaper than water nothing can really go wrong can it. I took the train through Italy stopping at Vienna, Vicenza and ended in Venice spending the week absorbing the spring air that rolled through the tiny cobbled streets of each town. It really is a country that is as good as it looks in the movies. The food is simple but delicious with thin based pizza topped with fresh basil and tomatoes and light panna cotta on all the menus. Small independent restaurants overflow onto the streets and the relaxed way of living is present in everyday life from having a glass of wine at lunch to napping in sun at four in the afternoon. The people are friendly, inviting and are happy to show you places a guild book wouldn’t recommend. These towns are filled with twisted car free streets allowing a person to wonder round freely discovering hidden gallato and old book stores at ease and taking the day as it comes.