About Me

Ciao, I’m Federica Rustico, blogger & owner of Where To Go In

I’m a 30-year-old globetrotter with a zest for exquisite food, captivating travels, and lively experiences! I was born in NYC from a family of Italian diplomats, and up till now I’ve visited 67 cities around the world and lived in 7: NYC, Tehran, Rome, Houston, Istanbul, London and Budapest!

You must be thinking: “wow she probably speaks lots of languages!” Though I’m fluently bilingual in Italian and English, my equally worldly parents, who speak French and German, somehow overlooked imparting those languages to me during my childhood (they missed out on some parenting bonus points there). But I’ve become a fluent speaker of Itanglish—a unique blend of Italian and English that perfectly encapsulates my bicultural identity and experiences!

The story behind my Where To Go In Travel Blog

What brought me to start Where To Go In? My passion for travel, lifestyle, food and upscale experiences. But the bell started ringing while I was living in London and met an English guy who told me that Rome was boring. He said there was nothing to do in the Eternal City apart from eating gelato and visiting monuments. I thought to myself, he seriously needs someone to tell him where to go!

So I started my blog www.wheretogoinrome.com just for fun in my university years. Until suddenly it started to pick up. One day, while deciding what to do on a Saturday night, one of my university friends shared my blog url in our WhatsApp group for ideas! I was shocked that they even knew it (I had never told anyone about it)! After a while, I decided to share my advice on more destinations whenever I traveled and expanded the blog to wheretogoin.net!

My mission? Helping you travel in style and experiencing destinations to their fullest!

If you want to embark on a journey around the world discovering the cutest places to visit, the yummy and trendy places to dine, the cozy places to stay at and the unforgettable ones to have fun, join me!

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