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  • Small Lakes In Italy Attract Tourists Small Lakes In Italy Attract Touris... Published on Wednesday, October 19, 2011 by
    Lakes in Italy are some of the lesser-known tourist spots that lure travelers to the country. Travelers are overwhelmed with the scenic sight that beholds them at these beautiful lakes. If you are looking for an interesting holiday vacation, then plan trips to Italy lakes with your fr...
  • San Miniato in Tuscany: Truffles on the Via Francigena San Miniato in Tuscany: Truffles on... Published on Sunday, October 16, 2011 by
    The town of San Miniato, located halfway between Pisa and Florence, is a must for history lover and foodies alike.  At the end of the 10th century, Otto I made San Miniato an outpost of the Holy Roman Empire.  In medieval times, the town sat on the via Francigena, an important pilgrimage...
  • National Parks In Italy – Explore The Wilder Side! National Parks In Italy – Exp... Published on Saturday, October 15, 2011 by
    Can any nature lover resist the temptation of a vacation surrounded by the wilds? Even if you are not a hardcore nature enthusiast, you will not be able to resist the charm of the natural beauty of Italy. It is a naturally blessed country that knows how to keep its resources in pristine ...
  • Santa Severa Italy: A Popular Summer Getaway to Beat the Heat Santa Severa Italy: A Popular Summe... Published on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 by
    If the weather is turning hot and sunny, then it is time to take off to a cooler place. If you are looking for a place to spend your summer, Santa Severa with its vast beach area is the perfect place to relax. Summer in Rome can get a bit stifling; so take reprieve from the scorching sun a...
  • In Honor of Christopher Columbus, The Highlights of Genoa Italy In Honor of Christopher Columbus, T... Published on Sunday, October 9, 2011 by
    Perhaps the world's most famous explorer, Christopher Columbus was born in the port city of Genoa (Genova in Italian) in the northwestern corner of what is now Italy. Genoa was a republic at the time of the birth of Christopher Columbus in 1451. In honor of Columbus Day, here is a quick lo...
  • Enjoy a Scintillating September in Florence Italy Enjoy a Scintillating September in ... Published on Friday, October 7, 2011 by
    Looking for the ideal travel destination that satisfies your thirst for art in the form of historic museums and monuments? Well, your search ends at the city of Florence! Known for its architectural wonders, Florence located in the central part of Italy is the capital of Tuscany. Offeri...
  • Umbria: Top Choice for A Family Vacation in Italy Umbria: Top Choice for A Family Vac... Published on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 by
    Umbria has a historical background that goes back to more than thousand years. This Italian region's beautiful architecture is a testimony of its past. The  abundant natural vegetation, a haven in today’s brick and mortar world, makes it a perfect choice for family vacationing. Visit ...
  • Why Villa Rentals and Apartment Rentals Are A Great Way to Experience Italy Why Villa Rentals and Apartment Ren... Published on Sunday, October 2, 2011 by
    How many of us dream of being Italian or living in Italy? While those dreams may not become realities, the dream of living like Italians -- at least for a week or two -- is much easier to achieve. And the best way to do this? By renting an apartment or renting a villa in Italy! Have you re...
  • Get Married in Italy, The Best Place to Tie the Knot! Get Married in Italy, The Best Plac... Published on Saturday, October 1, 2011 by
    You are standing in the most exotic place in the world wearing a wedding suit, eagerly waiting with a ring in your hand. While you are surrounded by a swarm of friends and relatives, your ladylove arrives wearing a beautiful smile on her blushing face. The wedding bells ring to announce th...
  • New Italy Museums: Gucci Museum in Florence, Airport Museum in Rome New Italy Museums: Gucci Museum in ... Published on Wednesday, September 28, 2011 by
    Italy is home to thousands of museums (this list of museums features the most famous ones) and those numbers are in the increase with the opening of the new Gucci Museum in Florence and a new museum opening in Rome’s Leonardo Da Vinci Airport (also known as Fiumicino). The  new Gucci...
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