#YellowtraceTravels: Postcards From Siena. Photo by Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

#YellowtraceTravels: Postcards From Siena, Italy.

Before our annual pilgrimage to Milan for Salone del Mobile & Design Week, Team Yellowtrace spent blissful 36 hours in Siena. It was our first time in this picturesque little city, which proved to be a perfect start to our very busy time...
#YellowtraceTravels & Other Travel Stories 2016 Archive | Yellowtrace

#YellowtraceTravels & Other Travel Stories | 2016 Archive.

Our selection of travel stories from 2016 includes essential guides for the cities of Rome and Milan, with various destinations in each respective city independently highlighted. Our visit to the magnificent Pantheon in Rome was a personal...
Hotel Architecture & Interiors Archive 2016 | Yellowtrace

Hotel Architecture & Interiors | 2016 Archive.

Hotels have always been serious business and the ultimate expression of good hospitality design. Nowadays more than ever, hotels are places that need to capture the imagination of global travellers, particularly as most of us now travel...
Pantheon Rome Travel Tips, Photo © Nick Hughes | Yellowtrace

Otherworldly Magical Powers of Pantheon in Rome.

Nine years later, in April 2016, I was reunited with this otherworldly building and it's special magical powers during our trip to Rome. Not only was the Pantheon the very first building that made me cry - it changed everything for me, and...
CasaCau Apartments, Rome. Photo by Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace

#YellowtraceTravels: CasaCau Apartments, Rome.

During our trip to Rome earlier this year, we had the great pleasure of staying at CasaCau apartments. Decked out with vintage finds, CasaCau offers secluded and surprisingly peaceful six boutique apartments in the centre of Rome, in a...
#YellowtraceTravels: Rome Italy. Photo © Nick Hughes/ Yellowtrace.

#YellowtraceTravels: Rome, Italy.

Ahhhh, Bella Roma... My mind is racing and heart is pumping thinking back to the magical week we spent in Rome in April. To say that writing about the Eternal City is slightly overwhelming is an understatement of the century. Why?...