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  • The Dolomites – Take An Italy Family Vacation to New Heights The Dolomites – Take An Italy... Published on Thursday, June 30, 2011 by
    Do you often wonder why your family vacation lacks that excitement despite witnessing all the spectacular sceneries, breathtaking landscapes, and the hot spots? Well, the answer is pretty much simple - You might have failed to enjoy what the place offers the best. For instance, Italy – t...
  • The Italian Art of Eating The Italian Art of Eating Published on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 by
    When planning for a vacation we get baffled with the various touring options. However, when you think of Italy, other places automatically fade out of your thoughts. However what you should know is that there is a lot more to Italy than the amazing places, such as Venice, Rome, Florence, a...
  • Hydrangea Festival in Bolsena – A Special Reason to Visit Italy Hydrangea Festival in Bolsena ̵... Published on Thursday, June 23, 2011 by
    Summer in Italy is always refreshing. If you want to travel around Italy this summer, then make sure you include Bolsena in your itinerary. This ancient Italian city exhibits some of the most spectacular sceneries in the world, which makes it one of the favorite Italy travel destinations f...
  • Travel Tips for a Terrific Trip to Italy Travel Tips for a Terrific Trip to ... Published on Thursday, June 23, 2011 by
    If you want to have the most memorable vacation ever, then explore interesting tourist destinations rather than visiting the same old places time and again. Visiting Italy, especially in summer will be a great idea! This beautiful country, which is the birthplace of pastas and pizzas, has ...
  • Naples – A Delightful City to Visit in Italy Naples – A Delightful City to... Published on Wednesday, June 22, 2011 by
    Naples – the picturesque city in southern Italy is a perfect place for a family vacation. You are sure to call it the trip of a lifetime when you return home. Lying between Mount Vesuvius and the Phlegraean Fields, this city is known for its rich culture, great architecture, and interest...
  • Enjoy Summer Opera Festivals in Italy Enjoy Summer Opera Festivals in Ita... Published on Sunday, June 5, 2011 by
    Italy and opera are so intertwined, one would almost think that the form was born in Italy. If you're a music buff and traveling to Italy, especially during the summer, don't miss the chance to see a live performance in the country that has given so much to the art form. Opera began in Ita...
  • Traveling by Train in Italy 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...
  • Great Ideas for Visiting Rome with Kids Great Ideas for Visiting Rome with ... Published on Tuesday, May 10, 2011 by
    Did you know that Italians absolutely adore children? Maybe it has to do with their family-oriented culture as well as the fact that the country of Italy has a fairly low birth rate so there just aren't as many little ones around. This means Italy is the perfect place for a family vacation...
  • When Is The Best Time to Visit Italy? When Is The Best Time to Visit Ital... Published on Tuesday, May 10, 2011 by
    Anytime is a great time to go to Italy. There is no right or wrong month to visit the Italian boot. Italy is filled with tourists between June and September. So if you’re traveling during this period, expect to have plenty of company. You want to make sure that you’re either on an orga...
  • A Quick Italian Language Lesson A Quick Italian Language Lesson Published on Tuesday, May 3, 2011 by
    Don’t let the fact that you don’t speak Italian intimidate you. Most of the Italians you will meet, especially in the cities, will speak at least a few words of English and many speak the language fairly fluently. Those working in tourism depend on English-speaking visitors for their l...