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Friday, June 1st, 2012
  Driving in Italy can give you headaches, even more in big cities (like Rome, Milan, Florence and NAPLES!) where the traffic is chaotic and there seem to be no rules! I would recommend to travel by train, if you're travelling from one big town to the other. If you want to visit small villages and can't do without a car, watch this video for some advice:       Some videos about driving in Italy:   Driving on the Amalfi coast       Driving
Friday, June 1st, 2012
Rome Video ( Roma )
Friday, June 1st, 2012
Portofino - Liguria A colorful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, Portofino is often a port of call for Mediterranean cruise ships. Although maintaining a simple Maritime lifestyle, the town has become an exclusive haunt for the rich & famous. It's a shopper's paradise with locally crafted items taking their place beside the area's more natural bounty of olives, oil, excellent balsamic vinegar and fine wines from the rich growing region that surrounds Portofino.    
Friday, June 1st, 2012
  All roads lead to Rome, and many of those roads now come with a toll. Roadside services are adequate. Bus tours are well organized as is the affordable rail system. Passes are good for the bus, subway and ferry boats. (Since the ferry boats run like buses.) Traditional gondola rides are available, but hugely expensive! Info centers and currency exchange booths are easily found all over Italy. IMPORTANT: if you plan to drive take a look at this funny article with video : Driving in
Friday, June 1st, 2012
Pisa - Touristic Video A popular day trip from Florence, Pisa's famous leaning tower and surrounding buildings that form the Field of Miracles are from the 16th and 17th centuries. Tourists are no longer allowed to climb the stairs to the top of the prized national icon whose adjoining streets are lined with vendors sellings souvenirs dedicated to the monument.  
Friday, June 1st, 2012
Short videos of Italy, Travel, Rome,Venice, Florence, Pisa, Portofino:       TOURISM IN ITALY video ( ITALIA ) So many famous icons inspire pilgrimages from all over the world. The Vatican, Trevi Fountain, the Colluseum, Florence's architecture, the canals of Venice, Michaelangelo, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa come immediately to mind. Ideal weather conditions give rise to a rich agriculture that contributes significantly to Italy's sumptuous cuisine.    
Friday, June 1st, 2012
Life in Italy Video: Salento Music The music of Salento is the result of centuries of varied foreign domination, but more importantly, of exchanges with other Mediterranean cultures.       Officina Zoe was born in the spring of 1993 out of a group of musicians from Salento with a common need to rediscover the traditional popular music of their own land. Zoe's performances are the result of long and in-depth research on the music of Salento. Popular music by
Friday, June 1st, 2012
Venice - Venezia Touristic Video Because there isn't an airport on Venice, other ways to get to the sprawling archipelago of 120 islands include the bus & train. If you're driving, a large parkade will store your vehicle for the duration of your stay, when boat transport is the only way. 310,000 people live amongst distinctive architecture in a city that produced artists like Titian and Tintoretto. Splendid hand blown Murano glass is a best buy in this expensive city.   Top 10 things
Friday, June 1st, 2012
  Infiorata, Bolsena   Infiorata Bolsena 2010. The 'infiorata' is a homage to the miracle that took place in Bolsena, known all over the world as the 'Miracle of Bolsena'. In 1263 a Bohemian priest, traveling to Rome to resolve his doubts over the doctrine of transubstantiation, celebrated mass in the town: the communion host turned to literal flesh at the consecration and drops of human blood spilled onto the altar cloth. He tried to hide what had happened but stains
Friday, June 1st, 2012
  Florence - Firenze Touristic Video The masterpiece of the Renaissance, Florence is a living tribute to the creative era between the 13th and 16th centuries that produced some of the world's greatest artists. A respect for art allows outdoor statues to remain unharmed. High qualityhand made leather goods and jewellery items fill the fabulous stores and narrow decorative streets attract strollers intent on the enjoyment of life.   Florence Video