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It's no wonder why Florence is one of Europe's most walkable cities; setting out on foot through the compact medieval streets, you can reach many of Florence's most popular attractions. After all the ...
With as much coastline as Italy
has, it’s not surprising that it’s a major destinations for
Mediterranean cruise ships. Not every popular tourist city has its own
cruise port, however, and some ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, June 2012
Train is one of the best ways to travel around Italy
– it’s affordable, efficient and you get to see the landscape passing
by. As the service adds high speed trains you’ll find travel times of ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, August 2011
There are many ways to arrive in Venice and your first view of this magical city will remain in your mind for a long time. The least romantic or memorable but easiest, is by train (to Venice Santa ...
Written by Jessica, USA, August 2012
Some cities lend themselves well to bicycles as a mode of
transportation, while others seem to create an atmosphere in which it is
more intimidating to hop on a bike when everyone else is ...
The first thing to know when you see “ Florence ”
on the itinerary of your Mediterranean cruise is that your ship won’t
be docking in Florence’s city center. A quick glance at a map of Italy
Written by Jessica, USA, January 2013
The central part of historic Florence is quite walkable – it’s compact, most major sights are close together, and much of it is flat. Still, if you’re planning any short excursions to neighboring ...
Written by Jessica, USA, February 2013
Tuscany has long been one of the most popular places to visit in Italy, and you’ll certainly find plenty of other people there no matter when you go. Still, there are a few relatively quiet corners ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, May 2012
The only wheeled traffic in Venice
are the trolleys used to take things from barge to shop. And prams.
There are no cars and very few bicycles, because of all the steps. It
seems obvious to say ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, March 2012
Part of the attraction of Tuscany is its unspoiled landscape. Those lovely rolling green hills, olive groves and cypress trees that make you believe you’ve traveled back in time. Our desire to ...
Written by Jessica, USA, October 2012
After you’ve spent a few days exploring Rome ,
you might be in the mood to get out of the big city and see something
else for a day. There’s a seemingly endless array of great options for day ...
Forget the vaporettos, and just start walking. Venice is connected by pedestrian bridges going over the canals that bring you through more quaint passage ways then you would see by using the public ...
Take advantage of the metro system in Rome, it is one the fastest and most efficient ways to travel around the city. Almost every popular landmark or attraction has a metro station near the entrance ...
Written by Jessica, USA, November 2012
It may not be surprising to learn that Venice
floods on a regular basis. The city is built on the water and it’s
sinking – if it didn’t flood regularly, that would be the shocking piece
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