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Images of Amalfi Coast

The towns lying on the Amalfi Coast are Vietri sul Mare, Cetara, Maiori, Minori, Ravello, Atrani, Amalfi, Praiano, Scala and Positano. The area is known for its rugged terrain, scenic beauty, and picturesque towns. The Amalfi Coast is listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage site. The Amalfi coast...
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Images of Rome

Rome is located in the central-western portion of the Italian peninsula, where the river Aniene joins the Tiber. According to legend, the city of Rome was founded by the twins Romulus and Remus on April 21, 753 BC. Archaeological evidence supports claims that the city was inhabited since the...
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Various Images of Italy

Various images of Italy and Italian landscapes Italy offers unlimited sources of inspiration, whether taking photographs or painting. We have selected various images of Italy from the North to the South and included some pretty amazing shots. Additionally you can view many more images of Italy from our menu. We hope that these...
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Budget Travel Guide to Backpacking in Italy

Venice The number one aim of anyone visiting Venice should be to get lost. The island is a rabbit warren with small streets haphazardly linking the beautiful architecture. Attempting to use a map will only add to new-city-confusion you so throw any form of agenda out the window. A good point...
riposo

Living The Dream: Why Italians Have The Right Idea About Riposo

Embrace the Italian tradition of naps, or riposo, and you could find that you feel not only more refreshed and alert, but that you also experience long term health benefits
Tuscany

Region of Tuscany

Tuscany is like a picture that has long held an irresistible attraction for northern Europeans and Americans. The expat's perspective may be distorted, but Tuscany is indeed the essence of Italy in many ways. The national language evolved from Tuscan dialect, a supremacy ensured by Dante, who wrote the...
sardinia

Region of Sardinia

A little under 200km from the Italian mainland, slightly more than that from the North African coast at Tunisia, Sardinia is way off most tourist itineraries of Italy: D.H. Lawrence found it exotically different when he passed through here in 1921 - "lost", as he put it, "between Europe...
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Top 5 Must-See Beaches In Italy

Italy features some of the finest beaches in the world From Caribbean-like stretches of soft sand to coves nestled along rocky shores, this country offers a diverse selection of seaside sanctuaries. But with all the other must-see cultural and historical attractions found in Italy, most travelers won't have enough time...
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Free Sardinia Travel Guide

As it usually happens to most Italian regions, Sardinia is mainly described as a summer destination and it is hard to get a clear picture of the island when relying only on incomplete or poor descriptions. Sardinia boasts the largest Italian coastal development, and indeed its heavenly beaches are its...
Campania

Region of Campania

The region immediately south of Lazio, Campania, marks the real beginning of the Italian south or mezzogiorno. It's the part of the south too, perhaps inevitably, that most people see, as it's easily accessible from Rome and home to some of the area's (indeed Italy's) most notable features -...

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