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  • New Skyway Monte Bianco Opens on Italian Side of Mont Blanc New Skyway Monte Bianco Opens on It... Published on Sunday, July 26, 2015 by
    Dubbed “The Eighth Wonder of the World” due to its previously impossible views of the Alps, the Skyway Monte Bianco transports visitors above 7,000 feet. That’s not all: the rounded gondola cars also rotate 360 degrees, allowing people to see the breathtaking slopes on the Italian si...
  • 2016 Perillo Tours Brochures Are Here 2016 Perillo Tours Brochures Are He... Published on Thursday, July 23, 2015 by
    I’m proud to present our 2016 all-inclusive vacations to Italy, Hawaii and Costa Rica! My team and I have spent the past year inspecting hotels, visiting restaurants, creating menus, calculating travel distances and trying-out activities. If you think that sounds like a great job - you...
  • In Danger: Italian Olive Oil In Danger: Italian Olive Oil Published on Wednesday, July 15, 2015 by
    Olives and olive oil symbolize Italy and its culinary delights for many people, but for Italians the products of olive trees influence their economy as much as their diets. Each year the country exports about one trillion pounds of olive oil, second only to Spain. The giant, twisted tre...
  • Ancient Roman Ship Found Off Sardinia Ancient Roman Ship Found Off Sardin... Published on Friday, July 10, 2015 by
    Italian divers recently reached a sunken cargo ship full of roofing tiles off the coast of Sardinia.  The ship and its cargo are 2,000 years old, a Roman find of “great archaeological value,” says the police statement issued to announce the discovery. Not only can the find provide inf...
  • Panzanella: Tuscan Summer Recipe Panzanella: Tuscan Summer Recipe Published on Thursday, July 2, 2015 by
    Looking to bring some Italian inspiration to your summer dining or July 4th BBQ or picnic? Do as the Tuscans do and make panzanella salad. Like all Italian cuisine it is fresh, simple and oh so delicious! Panzanella comes from the tradition of cucina povera - the simple dishes of the poo...
  • Remains of Arch of Titus Discovered in Rome Remains of Arch of Titus Discovered... Published on Monday, June 29, 2015 by
    Back in 81 AD, the Roman Emperor would have entered the Circus Maximus in grand style, standing in a chariot steered through the newly constructed Arch of Titus. But until recently, the only records of that structure existed in medieval-era documents; stone that wasn’t pilfered sank bene...
  • Cinecitta: Reel-Life Revival in Rome Cinecitta: Reel-Life Revival in Rom... Published on Thursday, June 25, 2015 by
    Fellini. Rossellini. Zeffirelli. Those celebrated names of Italian cinema whose careers flourished at Cinecitta Studios during the post-war 1950s and 1960s may soon find themselves joined by a newer crop. Although the 22-stage facility’s luster dimmed in the 1980s, a 2014 Italian tax reb...
  • Steve’s Travel Tips: Using Cell Phones in Italy (Video) Steve’s Travel Tips: Using Ce... Published on Saturday, June 20, 2015 by
    I’m Steve Perillo of Perillo Tours. I have a video series called Steve's Travel Tips to share all the insider Italy travel tips I have learned over a lifetime of travel to Italy. In this video, I'm giving you advice on how to use cell phones in Italy. Everyone wants to keep in touch w...
  • Gladiator School in Rome To Be Restored Gladiator School in Rome To Be Rest... Published on Friday, June 12, 2015 by
    Rome’s gladiator barracks, part of the city’s famous Colosseum, may soon be accessible to the public—thanks, in part, to the Kuwaiti government. An ancient tunnel linking those training chambers to the main arena could be restored with funds from a multi-million dollar grant from ...
  • Stolen Artifacts Returned from US to Italy Stolen Artifacts Returned from US t... Published on Sunday, June 7, 2015 by
    Twenty five artifacts that had been wrongfully acquired from their Italian sources were returned by U.S. officials.  The pieces include vases, frescoes, and sculpture, some of which museums, universities, and private collectors had earlier turned over to authorities when their provenance...
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