Italy

Enjoy posts from some of the finest authors and curators covering Italy. Many of our contributors actually live in Italy and know first hand about the culture and what to cover. There is no substitute for real world experience.

5 Brilliant Tips for an Incredible Weekend in Verona

Apr 30 2015 | Written by : Lily Berns| 2 |
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Charming and romantic Verona… This is one of the most impressive cities not only in Italy but throughout the world. According to William Shakespeare’s poem, Verona was the place where the sad love story of Romeo and Juliet took place. And indeed, exactly this feature, like a magnet, attracts

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Best Le Marche Accommodations: SeePort Hotel, Ancona

Apr 15 2015 | Written by : Mariano Pallottini| 1 |
Best Le Marche Accommodations: SeePort Hotel, Ancona

The SeePort Hotel it is ideal for business or pleasure trips. It is located in the oldest part of the town, with the center of Ancona within minutes. The SeePort Hotel offers pragmatic relaxing rooms. 32 superior rooms with large arched windows overlooking the port, it is the combined work of fine and

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6 most amazing sites in Florence outskirts

Mar 31 2015 | Written by : Lily Berns| 2 |
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Florence is the place which best of all reflects the culture and originality of Italy. It will surprise you with the combination of the latest accomplishments of mankind, the vibrant life of the modern city and the unique beauty of the Middle Ages. Of course, tearing yourself away from the excitement

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Best Le Marche Accommodations: Hotel Leone Montelparo

Dec 26 2014 | Written by : Mariano Pallottini| 0 |
Best Le Marche Accommodations: Hotel Leone Montelparo

In a historic palazzo, Hotel Leone is a small, independently run 8 bed-roomed luxury boutique hotel and restaurant situated in the medieval hilltop town of Montelparo in Central Italy offering luxury accommodation coupled with personal and friendly service. All 8 well appointed rooms are individually

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Why Le Marche? 5 Reasons to visit Mount Conero

Dec 26 2014 | Written by : Mariano Pallottini| 0 |
Why Le Marche? 5 Reasons to visit Mount Conero

The East Coast of Italy – or Adriatic is straight and flat, all the way from Venice in the north to Gargano, the spur of the boot, in the south. It’s a long, sandy beach. Mount Conero? it’s a rocky promontory that rises apparently our of nowhere. Seemingly a geological oddity, it’s in fact the

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From Le Marche the Smartest bag; Piezo and Photovotaic Bag – charging 24 hours on 24

Oct 26 2014 | Written by : Mariano Pallottini| 0 |
From Le Marche the Smartest bag; Piezo and Photovotaic Bag – charging 24 hours on 24

It recharges various battery devices such as; mobile, MP3, GPS, camera, netbook and many others while you are in trip away from home. A new system integrates three sources: solar energy, energy from diffuse light (indoor lighting such as neon etc.) and movement (piezo). Personal computer, Tablet, Smartphone,

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5 Places To Try An Exclusive Cuisine In Rome!

Jul 10 2014 | Written by : Lily Berns| 0 |
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Take your friends because we’ve found something special in Rome…! Pack your suitcases and be ready to have fantastic holidays in the capital of Italy! The city is full of ancient secrets, remnants of the Roman Empire, beautiful architectural styles, old churches and monuments, marvelous and luxurious

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Sicily: The Gorgeous Island of Italy..!!

Apr 3 2014 | Written by : Abhishek Sharma| 0 |
Sicily: The Gorgeous Island of Italy..!!

Sicily is one of the most beautiful places in Italy, albeit the world. As the largest island in the Mediterranean it can offer you its own flavor of what life has to offer, Sicily is also known to offer well-loved and easily accessible destinations which cater to a wide array of tourist preferences.

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David Parish and His Love for the Marche

Oct 27 2013 | Written by : Mariano Pallottini| 0 |

These are the words of David Parish, partner with Great Estate & Chesterton real estate group, and owner of Vinci Properties. Though of English origin (an English father and an Italian mother), he has lived in the Marche region for about twenty years. We are talking with him about his great love

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WWII Camp 59 Servigliano | Inside and Out – More Views of the Camp

Oct 26 2013 | Written by : Mariano Pallottini| 0 |

A photograph of Camp 59 shot when the camp was occupied by Allied prisoners during World War II This photo was taken from near the main gate (perhaps from the top of a building or a sentry hut), looking southwestward through the full length of the camp. Rows of prisoner’s barracks are to the left

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Rafting in Tuscany

Oct 26 2013 | Written by : Mariano Pallottini| 0 |

There is a funny way to discover Tuscany from a different point of view: it’s rafting! Rafting is an outdoor activity that requires an inflatable raft to navigate on a river with white water or different degrees of rough water. There is an International Scale of River Difficulty with six grades of

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The Nine Castles Marathon – La Maratona dei Nove Castelli

Oct 26 2013 | Written by : Mariano Pallottini| 0 |

The Nine Castles Marathon – La Maratona dei Nove Castelli will be held in April 4-6, 2014 that is being organized in co-operation with the Marche Region Tourism Office and the Mayor of Arcevia, Italy. The Marche Region Tourism Office and the Mayor of Arcevia are very happy to say that the event

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