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Fun, food and fashion at Turin
Published on Tuesday, July 10, 2012 by With its public squares, piazza and opera houses Turin is perfect place to visit in this holiday season. Famously known as “Little Paris “it has preserved the charm of it olden days to provide a rare glimpse through the rich history of the region If you are visiting Italy don’t forget to Travel to Turin to have lovely times with your friends and family. With its...
Relaxing Moments at San Casciano dei Bagni – The Natural Spa of Italy
Published on Saturday, July 7, 2012 by Looking for a perfect place to relax and forget your worries! Visit San Casciano dei Bagni in Italy to feel rejuvenated and refreshed. Located at about 70 km southeast of Siena, San Casciano Dei Bagni is blessed with untouched natural beauty and makes for an ideal vacation spot. It marks its importance as one of the frequently visited Italy travel destinations. ...
Marina di Camerota – The Picturesque Coastal Town of Cilento
Published on Tuesday, July 3, 2012 by With mesmerizing coastlines, beautiful landscapes, and numerous ancient caves to explore, Marina di Camerota is a perfect town to spend a refreshing holiday with friends. Lying along the beautiful Italian coast, it attracts tourists from across the globe throughout the year. If you’re planning to travel around Italy this summer, make sure you visit this town. It’s...
Le Sagre in Maremma – A Gastronomic Tour!
Published on Saturday, June 30, 2012 by It is not without reason they say ‘the quickest way to reach a man’s heart is through his stomach’. Food, the most basic of our needs has evolved from being a source of energy to a way of life (among other things). In Italy food is something which brings people together and Sagre are organised with this in mind. In case you plan to go on a gastronomic tour of It...
City of Gradara – The Road Less Traveled!
Published on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 by If time couldn’t destroy one thing in the town of Gradara, it’s its magnificent natural beauty! The historical village of Gradara is one of the most beautiful places in the region of Marche in central Italy. If you are one of those who like to explore new and relatively less known places, then Gradara is the perfect destination for you. When you visit central regi...
Romantic Gondola Rides in Venice
Published on Saturday, June 23, 2012 by Decorated gondolas floating cross the canals will be an indelible picture in the minds of anyone who has visited Venice. The charm of gondola rides in Venice has since time immemorial attracted visitors to this mesmerizing city. So if you are planning a honeymoon vacation or wish to gift your special someone a memorable time; what can get better than a romantic ride o...
Packing for an Unforgettable Trip to Italy
Published on Wednesday, June 20, 2012 by If you are planning to travel to Italy this summer, the best way is to travel is to travel light. Fewer luggage mean lesser hassle!  Here is the list of travel essentials you must carry along with you. The obvious stuff you pack first is your clothes. Choose your clothing according to the time of the year you are visiting Italy. If you are travelling in summer, th...
Greve in Chianti – A Typical Tuscan City
Published on Sunday, June 17, 2012 by Beautiful sceneries, green lush vineyards, magnificent architecture and quaint villages describe the beautiful town of Greve in Chianti. If you are travelling to the Tuscany region of Italy then make sure you visit this wonderful town. A picturesque place surrounded with landscape of rolling green hills, it is famous for its incredible beauty and stunning wine. The ch...
Sardinia – The Summer Haven
Published on Thursday, June 14, 2012 by If you are planning a summer vacation, then Sardinia in Italy is the perfect place for you. This exciting city with abundant natural beauty will mesmerize you with its peaceful atmosphere. It has something for every traveler. Hang out on the beaches or explore its wild landscape, it has all that it takes to make a perfect holiday destination. From swimming, boating, w...
What’s New in Venice Italy
Published on Wednesday, June 13, 2012 by One of the reasons travelers flock to Venice is that in many ways it has changed little over the centuries. You can see St. Mark's Basilica and the Doge's Palace much as they appeared during time of the Venetian Republic. Yet, any world-class city like La Serenissima  is always evolving and here is a sampling of what's new in Venice: New Vaparetto Service -  ...