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The Main Forum in Pompeii

How To Get To Pompeii And Herculaneum from Naples Here's how to get the best out of your trip to Pompeii and Herculaneum

For many people, a visit to Pompeii and Herculaneum is a bucket list item, and Naples (Napoli) Italy is the central hub to reach both archeological sites. Many tourists arrive in Naples and then have to figure out how to get to Pompeii, Herculaneum, or both. Info About Pompeii Pompeii is located about 26km (18 […]

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Mantova Italy - From the Lake

Introducing Mantova and Sabbioneta, Italy Two wonderful Renaissance Places in Italy

Mantova (Mantua) and Sabbioneta are two of the most beautiful Renaissance cities in northern Italy.  Mantova and Sabbioneta are located in the Lombardy region.  Specifically, about 150km southeast of Milan, and 45km south of Verona.  Also, you can reach Mantova by train from Verona in the North or Modena in the south. Mantova Mantova is […]

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Ready for the Beach in Riccione

Riccione: A fun beach vacation destination in Italy! The perfect beach resort town for an Italian holiday!

If you’re looking for a fun beach vacation in Italy, look no further than a holiday in Riccione! Riccione is a town located on the Adriatic coast of Northern Italy in the Romagna area.  It’s famous all over Europe for being a great resort town to spend the summer holidays.  You can get to Riccione […]

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele Milan

How to Spend a Luxurious Day or Two in Milan Great shopping, great food, great nightlife!

Have you thought about how to spend a day or two in luxury while visiting Milan?  If you, so you’ve come to the right place.  Milan is probably the most modern city in Italy.  The town is excellent for high-end shopping, Michelin Starred restaurants, nightlife, and ultramodern design.  Likewise, other than the usual attractions that […]

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Sunset in Vernazza, Cinque Terre Italy

Visit Cinque Terre, Italy – Highlighting What to See and Do A comprehensive guide to optimize your visit

Cinque Terre is a picturesque area in the Liguria Region of Italy, and you can visit year round.  Furthermore, it an area that’s becoming incredibly popular with tourists. Cinque Terre is Italian for five lands.  In actuality, they are five little villages, all with very colorful homes. The villages are nestled between the deep blue […]

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Rome and The Vatican in the Background

How to Get From FCO Fiumicino Airport to Rome and Back 4 Easy Options to Easily Get to Downtown Rome

The Leonardo Da Vinci Airport (FCO), also known as Fiumicino, is located 35 km from downtown Rome and is the central hub for tourists starting their Italian holidays.  FCO Fiumicino is also the main airport for the many cruise ship passengers who are arriving to board their ship in Civitavecchia (the port of Rome). FCO […]

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Our Italian Journey, Being in Italy without speaking fluent Italian

In Italy Without Speaking Fluent Italian

Currently in Italy Currently, we are in Italy and I find myself struggling each day wanting to be part of the community and understand the locals. We travel mainly by train and there are times, I would like to ask a question, but I hesitate. Un problema — a problem. Previous Trips My other problem is […]

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Italian Pizza: Its Not What You Think!

No matter where you are in the world, you can find pizza – in every shape and flavour.  Chances are, however, you’re not in Italy – and what you see elsewhere is usually quite different from the Pizza you’d find in Italy. If you’re in Italy and you expect the same type of pizza you […]

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Alberobello | The Unique Trulli Homes found in Puglia, Italy

Alberobello is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is one of the 54 UNESCO sites found in Italy. You might be wondering what makes Alberobello such a special town in Italy? The answer is simply – the Trulli homes found here! The Trulli Trulli’s are the traditional Puglian stone huts with those wonderful conical stone […]

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View of the Colosseum

The Single Biggest Mistake when Planning a Trip to Italy 🇮🇹🧳😀

If you’re planning on visiting Italy for the first time, it’s natural to want to visit as much as possible. Italy has so much to see and offer. In fact you can spend one week in Rome alone and still not being able to see everything. While it’s technically possible to “see” the Leaning Tower of Pisa, […]

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