Great destination.......architecture, art, museums, food, bridges, water,, markets, etc., make this a top Italian (European) destination. Also great centre point from which to visit surrounding Italy. If needed, excellent Rail access from Florence. Other must visits are Italian lakes district, Cinque Terre and Amalifi coasts (Naples & spectaculr Island of Capri) and Tuscanny.
Hello!! Are there any rock pubs in Milan, Venice, Florence .. Rome? Somewhere in the center/close to, with live music? Some nice place, worth a visit? Any suggestions/advice? Thanks a lot!
Enjoy all of the Art and Sculptures and don't miss the Medici Castle just beyond Ponte Vechio (the bridge in most photos of Florence).
Dear friends! I will have 3 days in Rome, Italy. I'm waiting for your advice about must-see and must-do having 3 days in the city.
Collisseum gets better with age... lol. Seriously, last time I was here the renovations inside were a shambles and the place was actually dangerous to visit. Now it's cool if you can bear the queues to get in. Best deals to be had are available at ReservationScanner.com as far as I can tell.
Hi , We are going to Italy in July 2014. Venice is one daytrip we are planning. Do you have tips or recommendations for us? Thanks, Ingrid
Palermo is hard to describe, it's a city of an eclectic beauty, multiform, have beautiful gardens, though more often are hidden. In Palermo, you can eat anything, anytime, anywhere. You can get around on foot and public transport is functioning poorly. Palermo is on the seafront, but sometimes this is forgotten. Palermo has hospitality, is the conflict between the pleasure and boredom, baroque churches and its Arab water system. Nobiliary buildings, well known squares. Palermo by Bike, Time...