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Florence has come to maintain its rich cultural history amidst the hustle and bustle of modernity. Despite being one of Italy's largest cities, Florence has remained to be a symbol of the Renaissance ...
The city of Rome alone is full enough of treasures to last a lifetime, however, when in Rome you shouldn’t forget the other amazing sights of Italy. It may be impossible to truly discover ...
Want to see unique sights of Rome along with the major attractions in a fun and easy way? Try biking! You can get across the Eternal City faster than walking while avoiding car traffic and going to ...
Take a ride on the Bernina Express, Switzerland's newest Alpine delight. This magnificent 3-hour train journey takes you along one of the most beautiful railway routes in the world over the Bernina ...
What could possibly be more fantastic than zipping through the streets of Rome on a Vespa scooter? After all, you’ve seen it done in many a Hollywood film, and it looks so easy. As you might expect, ...
While Sicily is very much part of modern Italy, it retains its own identity in many ways. The island, the largest in the Mediterranean, absolutely warrants two weeks of its own during an Italy trip. ...
Literally translating as the “five lands,” the Cinque Terre comprises five gorgeous little villages clinging to the coast of the Italian Riviera, an easy trip from Florence . A popular thing to ...
Written by Jessica, USA, March 2013
You’ll often hear Italy travel writers talk about Tuscany‘s delightful “hilltop towns,” many of which are small enough and out-of-the-way enough that visitors can still feel like they’ve discovered ...
Written by Jessica, USA, February 2013
For as much as Italy travel guides focus on the cities, there’s quite a bit of Italy that’s ideal for a variety of outdoor activities, no matter what the season.Fair weather visitors can enjoy ...
Written by Jessica, USA, August 2012
Even if you’re not a serious art buff, no visit to Italy
is complete without checking out some of the country’s world-class art
museums. These are, after all, the kinds of exhibits you’ll be ...
Written by Jessica, USA, December 2012
Italians will take advantage of just about any excuse to celebrate.
Couple that with their insane love of fireworks, and you’ve got the
makings of a great place to spend New Year’s Eve. Some areas ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, May 2012
I have a strange obsession with the small countries of the world. I’m
not sure why, perhaps it’s the David versus Goliath nature of these
tiny places with populations of under a million people. ...
So much time is spent extolling the virtues of Italy‘s beautiful beaches, rolling hills, and Roman ruins that it might be easy to forget it’s an incredibly mountainous country. And what do mountains ...
Italy may be at its tourism peak in the summer, but the country is open for business year-round. No, you aren’t likely to be lying on the beach or frolicking in the Tuscan hills when it’s cold ...
Where you can go where the boats are bigger than the apartments? Portofino, Italy that’s where. Once a little fishing village clustering around a small harbor, since the 1950s this small town on ...
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Doing what: Chianti Region Wine Tasting Half-Day Trip from Florence