Walking Padua, Italy in November

As we read how the mayor of Venice defended one piazza San Marco restaurant’s charging of 500 Euro for lunch to an unwitting tourist, we were again reminded why we loved basing our Veneto Extension in nearby Padua. Walking Padua is charming, welcoming, and an...

Thanks for making it a great 2017! Our Year In Review

That’s a wrap on 2017! It was a great 2017 season for The Blue Walk. We want to thank everyone who traveled with us this year. We enjoyed making new friends and seeing familiar faces as well. Each trip left us with great memories, and nothing makes us happier than...

The Blue Walk’s Suzy and Jeannette Featured in Curve Magazine

Our “little company that could” has been featured in Curve Magazine, and we are so pleased. Each of our small-group walking tours is given the utmost care, and a lot of heart. For us, The Blue Walk is a vision and a dream. Our goal is to create memorable,...

Minimalist Packing And One Bag Travel

When we travel, many of us like to pack for every possible situation and occasion. We bring way more than we need and often don’t even use half of the things we packed. It doesn’t have to be that way. Minimalist packing and one bag travel can make your...

Meet Art Walk Artist Laure Ferlita!

The fun and adventure of being out and about while creating art quickly caught Laure’s interest nearly ten years ago. Having been a studio painter for years, she was instantly hooked when she first started sketching on location. Laure Ferlita is excited to share her...

5 Things You Should NEVER Do In Italy

They may seem silly to people from other countries, but you don’t want to make a bad impression do you? Straight from an Italian man, here are 5 things you should NEVER do when you are visiting Italy. 5. Never ask for butter or oil to use with your bread. 4....