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Top 5 Beaches in Italy for Party Lovers and Relaxation Seekers
Published on Monday, January 30, 2012 by Blessed with unique landscape and a wonderful coastline, Italy is a paradise for tourists. The best beaches in Italy in particular are alluring. The unique features of each beach will make it difficult for you to decide as to which one to visit during your Italian vacation. Italian beaches are fun for everyone from party lovers to relaxation seekers.  It is quite ...
Train Travel in Italy – Reliable and Pocket-Friendly!
Published on Wednesday, January 18, 2012 by Can’t afford your dream trip to Italy? Stop worrying and start exploring the country of vigor in cheap Italian trains. This cost-effective mode of travel takes you to those enchanting Italian cities with ease. For a starter, grab yourself an Italy Rail Map to know about the rail routes. It is such a simple and essential step for train travel in Italy. The railwa...
Challenging Map Travel Game
Published on Wednesday, August 3, 2011 by Do you think you know the cities of the world?  How fast can you identify them? The Travel IQ Challenge game from TravelPod is a timed game where you identify cities or famous landmarks by clicking on points on a map.  Your score is based on how close you get to the correct location. If you score enough points in the first round you are allowed to advance to the ...
Great Venice Video
Published on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 by Here is a great video I found of Venice Backstage... Enjoy! [vimeo 21688538 nolink]...
Traveling by Train in Italy
Published on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 by If you’re traveling between Italy's cities, you should consider going by train. Enjoy the ride, look out at the lovely countryside and even take a nap while you’re whisked from one city to another. If you’re traveling between Italian cities, the train is definitely the way to go. For major city routes, hop on the Eurostar train, which will get you where you’re...
Should You Rent a Car in Italy?
Published on Monday, May 2, 2011 by If it is your first time to Italy and you’re concentrating on visiting Italy's big cities, you’re not going to need to rent a car, in fact, it would be more hassle than anything. Parking (not to mention actually driving in city traffic) in Italian cities is extraordinarily challenging and chances are you will need to park in your hotel garage which would likely ch...