Itineraries

A colorful journey among Italian landscapes
Wednesday, July 09TH, 2014 by Anna De Filippo
By Anna De Filippo   Italians would say anche l'occhio vuole la sua parte, appearance counts too, and colors certainly play a huge role when it comes to it. When traveling through Italy, tourists can be sure of one thing, they'll never face the same view. The country offers a variety of...
A tour of less known Tuscany
Sunday, June 15TH, 2014 by
Lucca Duomo di San Martino by hiddedevries, on Flickr   Everyone knows Florence and the Chianti area, but there are lesser known, yet equally breathtaking places you can visit in Tuscany. Let me tell you about one of my favorite itineraries!  Lucca is the first stop of our...
Bicycling in Tuscany
Saturday, May 10TH, 2014 by
Travel by Bike in Italy Up until now, we have been talking about biking in terms of those big, powerful shiny machines that roar through the countryside. Now I am going to talk to you about traditional biking, that is, on a two wheel vehicle with pedals and transmission chains, that gets you to...
Discovering Sardinia
Tuesday, July 19TH, 2011 by
Sardinia is one of the most popular touristic destinations in Italy. Best known for its sea and its strong and thriving nature, the region has long been synonymous with luxury tourism and exclusive locations. But the truth is that Sardinia has many wonderful spots accessible to everyone....
Sicily: the Grand Tour is still alive
Monday, July 18TH, 2011 by
Sicily is the largest of the Mediterranean's islands. Because of its location and its history, it is one of Italy's major tourist destinations, both for its beaches and its cultural offerings. Touring Sicily would take months in itself because there's simply so much to do and see, so we are forced...
Exploring Bolsena and The Surrounding Region
Thursday, July 14TH, 2011 by
  My Italian house is in Bolsena, an area famous for Lake Bolsena and an ideal place to explore central Italy. Bolsena is along the Via Cassia, and the Via Francigena cuts through the center of town. It has its own basilica, built is remembrance of an ancient miracle and a pilgrimage...
Tours near Rome
Monday, September 20TH, 2010 by
Bracciano When people think of travelling to Italy one of the first places they think of visiting is Rome, and while the Eternal City should definitely be experienced once or twice, the country has so many other beautiful spots to choose from. If you want to experience the real Italian way of...
Itineraries
Friday, April 16TH, 2010 by
This section of Life in Italy groups a set of suggested Itineraries and it is a good place to start if you wish to get some more inspiration about what to visit when coming to our beautiful country. Here, you'll not only find articles about locations, but also about what each area of the...
Palermo, Sicily: Itineraries
Friday, November 28TH, 2008 by
Palermo (Sicily) Itineraries and Tours   Palermo Sicily is said to be one of the places in Italy where “life is lived in the moment”, and to those who have ever visited this couldn’t be more true. There is an overwhelming amount of artistic excellence that fills the streets of Sicily....
Tours of Rome: Eat, Drink and Shop
Friday, November 28TH, 2008 by
Eating, Drinking & Shopping Tour of Rome   Via del CorsoWhen you visit Rome you’ll have to set some time aside to embrace more than its deep history. Touring Rome would be incomplete without embracing the food & drink, the nightlife and the shopping. Rome has maintained its reputation...

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