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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 ...
So much can be said for Rome and the surrounding south of Italy. But those who would sing the praises of its cobbled alleyways, ancient aqueducts, and bustling air of Italian joie-de-vivre, can ...
The ancient city of Venice, named after the goddess Venus, is a treasure trove of sites to see and visit. Built over 117 islands in the middle of a lagoon, you might think that the city could only ...
Pompeii has attracted tourists from all over the world since its ruins were properly discovered in the 19th century. Once a vibrant port, full of wealthy Romans with a passion for theatre and ...
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 ...
From picturesque farmhouses to auburn sunsets, Tuscany is one of the most romantic and visually seductive areas of the world. The pomp surrounding this region isn't pomp, but rather well earned ...
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 ...
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, October 2012
As crowded as Italy ‘s
big cities are, there are plenty of green spaces and remote hills that
seem ready-made for outdoor enthusiasts. A topographical map of the
country reveals that there are a ...
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 Philippa Burne, UK, October 2011
Italy is one of those lucky countries that has it all – art, architecture and history, food, fashion and urban life, beaches, rolling hills and spectacular mountains. It’s these mountains, the ...
Written by Jessica, USA, January 2013
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 ...
First settled in the time of the Etruscans (c. 900–400 BC) Siena, located in the Italian region of Tuscany, is renowned for its cuisine, art, museums, winding streets, majestic, medieval buildings ...
Known as piccola Roma (little Rome) for its importance in imperial days, Verona is all about art and architecture, history and great love. It's hard not to fall in love with this beautiful city. ...
Written by Viator, September 2012
Visitors to Sicily’s cities may begin to recognize similar styles of architecture from one town to the next. This is called Sicilian Baroque, a unique style that had an opportunity to spread quickly ...
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Doing what: Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este Half-Day Trip from Rome