Today’s post is part of a weekly series called “Travel Toss-Up,” in which we ask you to take your pick between two amazing travel experiences.
This week’s toss-up offers a choice of two streets for strolling.
Would you rather…
… wander down this quiet cobblestone street in the Tuscan village of Sorano, Italy, or …
… explore the vibrant city streets of Osaka, Japan?
Are you energized by bustling cities, or would you rather lose yourself in a quiet village? Sorano is one of Italy’s many medieval hill towns, home to several picturesque churches as well as a castle, Fortezza Orsini. Meanwhile, Osaka is Japan’s third largest city, boasting endless shops, major museums (including the National Museum of Art) and the country’s oldest Buddhist temple, Shitennoji.
Vote for your preference in the comments below!
— written by Sarah Schlichter