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Written by Jessica, USA, November 2012
While most travelers head for Italy
during the summer to take advantage of the nice weather, there’s
something to be said for spending Christmas in Italy. Any place is
especially fun to visit ...
Written by Jessica, USA, January 2013
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 ...
There are several boat races in the Venetian lagoon from May through
September, and the last one of the season is the Burano Regatta – the
Regata di Burano in Italian. It is, as the name suggests, ...
We have long been fascinated by gladiators, as evidenced by things like
the blockbuster Russell Crowe movie, but how much do we really know
about the gladiators of Ancient Rome ? Editor’s Note: ...
Written by Jessica, USA, October 2012
If Venice ‘s dark
alleys seem like the perfect setting for a ghost story, take heart –
this is a city with plenty of tales to tell. Whether or not the spirits
walking the city streets are real, ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, April 2012
So you’ve been dragging your kids around museums and historic houses,
gardens and churches. They have been very patient, well-behaved, even
interested. But now it’s time to give them something in ...
In the early twelfth century an Italian architect made a mistake. He
built a tower on a piece of unstable soil. It was probably not totally
his fault – those commissioning the bell tower wanted it ...
Written by Skootre, USA, September 2010
We took our 5-month old son to Rome. A bit nerve-racking in the planning phase, worried about the long flight from the USA and jet lag. So if you're planning a trip to Rome with kids, know that it ...
Gracefully designed and good for a rest and people watching, I admit I was not overwhelmed by the Spanish Steps the first time I saw them. There seemed to be a lot of traffic, a lot of chaos, and ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, November 2012
The Uffizi Gallery is the number one place to visit on most people’s list when they’re headed for Florence ,
but I'll admit I didn’t go until my fourth time to the city. It is
difficult not to at ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, January 2012
The local government of Siena have always been a progressive bunch. My favorite thing of theirs is the series of Urban Trekking Guided Walks
that they have put online for visitors to Siena. One ...
Written by Jessica, USA, March 2013
No visit to Rome is really complete without a trip to Vatican City, the smallest independent city-state on earth. But when the main attractions at the Vatican are its immense collection of art and ...
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