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  • Rome Doubles Hotel Tax Rome Doubles Hotel Tax Published on Saturday, September 6, 2014 by
    Thanks to a change in Roman law, luxury hotels in Rome just got pricier. Italian lawmakers recently approved a new lodging tax, hiking fees for five-star and four-star hotels from 3 to 7 € and 6€, respectively (approximately $4 to $9 and $8), per person per night. Previously, g...
  • A Christmas Tour and Christmas Miracle From Perillo Tours A Christmas Tour and Christmas Mira... Published on Thursday, September 4, 2014 by
    A Very Special Invitation to Spend Christmas in Italy... And Not Just for the $1000 Savings Per Couple Thanks to our faithful clients and travel agents, this has been a banner year to Italy! That’s why our hotel partners in Venice, Florence and Rome are asking, “What about this comi...
  • Pompeii Unveils 10 Newly Renovated Buildings Pompeii Unveils 10 Newly Renovated ... Published on Monday, September 1, 2014 by
    Pompeii - one of the world's greatest archaeological treasures - just got that much better with 10 newly renovated buildings, some of which have never before been seen by the public. The newly unveiled houses and late opening hours helped attract numerous visitors according to Italian news...
  • Venice Rebels Against “Love Locks” Venice Rebels Against “Love L... Published on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 by
    Venetians have had it with the "romantic" padlocks being locked onto the city's fragile bridges and one Venetian has started a campaign against them.  Lovers symbolically "lock" their love by placing a padlock on a bridge but the locks have become an eyesore and a threat to the integrit...
  • The Italy Mix: Augustus in Rome, Cheese in Tuscany The Italy Mix: Augustus in Rome, Ch... Published on Thursday, August 21, 2014 by
    The Italy Mix is a weekly post about the most interesting Italy and Italy travel news and human interest stories around the Web.  Here are our top picks for this week: Augustus's Rome:  This week marks 2,000 years since the emperor's death. Here are 6 places in Rome to learn more abo...
  • Do You Know The Real Steve Perillo? Do You Know The Real Steve Perillo? Published on Monday, August 18, 2014 by
    Sure, you've seen him on TV for as many years as you can remember, and his dad Mario for as many years before that but as much as you've seen Steve on TV, you might be surprised, pleasantly, to learn a thing or two more about him. First of all, he's truly as nice as he seems on TV but yo...
  • Italy 2015: Early Booking Discount with Perillo Tours Italy 2015: Early Booking Discount ... Published on Thursday, August 14, 2014 by
    Our 2015 ITALY Brochure is hot off the presses! It features 8 classic tours, honed and crafted over 70 years by 3 generations of the Perillo family. Book early for 2015! As an added incentive, place your deposit for any 2015 Italy escorted tour by September 5, 2014, and RECEIVE $2...
  • Rome’s Spanish Steps Now More Pedestrian Friendly Rome’s Spanish Steps Now More... Published on Thursday, August 7, 2014 by
    The Piazza di Spagna - the piazza just in front of Rome's famous Spanish Steps - became more pedestrian friendly Monday with a new ban on vehicles. According to ANSA, "The city threatens fines of up to 80 euros for drivers entering the pedestrian zone, which will remain in place until ...
  • The Italy Mix: Amalfi Drive, New Amusement Park The Italy Mix: Amalfi Drive, New Am... Published on Monday, August 4, 2014 by
    The Italy Mix is a weekly post about the most interesting Italy and Italy travel news and human interest stories around the Web.  Here are our top picks for this week: Drive of A Lifetime:  Many people dream of (and some dread) driving the beautiful but challenging Amalfi Drive. He...
  • Beach Slump in Italy This Summer Beach Slump in Italy This Summer Published on Friday, August 1, 2014 by
    In general, Italians love the beach. They love lots of togetherness at the beach too - you will see rows and rows of chairs and umbrellas all next to each other. But the summer of 2014 has turned into something of a wash beach-wise, it seems. ANSA reports, "The lingering effects of Italy's...
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