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One of the biggest holidays on the Italian and Catholic calendars is Easter, so it’s no surprise that Easter in Vatican City is a very big deal. Despite the fact that Easter often falls in what might ...
Although not everyone arrives in Italy as a foodie, it’s hard to visit Naples without becoming one. It’s Naples, after all, that gave the world pizza – which is a fine gift, don’t you think? Pizza ...
Written by Tomi K, October 2012
This is a beautiful working farm on top of a mountain overlooking the Sienese countryside. The Villas have been updated and have private gardens. It is a great location to explore Tuscany!
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, February 2012
I’ve always been curious about Fiesole because it was hometown of one of my favourite artists, Fra Angelico, a Dominican monk who painted gorgeous religious icons during the 15th century. It’s only ...
No trip to Rome is complete without a visit to Vatican City .
This city-state, entirely enclosed within Rome’s borders, is home to
the headquarters of the Catholic Church, and although its list ...
Venice is simultaneously popular and polarizing. You’ll hear most first-time visitors to Italy say they have to include Venice on their itinerary, but you’ll hardly hear anyone who’s been there have ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, May 2012
The historic center of Florence
is compact so it’s easy to move between the main attractions on foot
quite quickly. The railway station is also close in to the center, only
about ten minutes ...
Written by Florence Expert: Val, Italy, May 2012
Authorized Florence tour guide Valentina
has been showing people around Tuscany for more than ten years. We
asked for her expert opinions on the highlights of Florence – what to
see, what to ...
Visiting Italy isn’t cheap, so finding ways to save money without sacrificing on your experience are always welcome. Thankfully, in many cities – including Florence – some of the top attractions ...
A trip to Italy isn’t always easy on the wallet, but thankfully most
cities have at least a few attractions that are totally free. It’s not
often that those attractions are also the most popular ...
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, ...
When visiting a new city for the first time, one of the best things to do is take a relatively quick city-wide guided tour. This helps give you a lay of the land, an understanding of local history, ...
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 ...
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 ...
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Doing what: Viator VIP: Sistine Chapel Private Viewing and Small-Group Tour of ...