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Italy Travel Guide featuring articles, images, and links to books, hotel reservations, flights, and car rental.

Lazio

Region of Lazio

Of all Italy's historic cities, it's perhaps Rome, in the region of Lazio, which exerts the most compelling fascination. There's more to see here than in any other city in the world, with the relics of over two thousand years of inhabitation packed into its sprawling urban area. You...
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Seagulls over Italy

What is surprising is the increasing presence of seagulls in Italian cities, a phenomenon which was practically unknown 100 years ago. Just imagine; in 1912 birdwatchers (yes, they do exist in Italy) joyfully reported the passage of just one Herring Gull over Rome! Today the presence of these birds...
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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...
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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Travel Italy by Train and enjoy the view

Thanks to high-speed trains you can now travel quickly throughout Italy while enjoying the landscape Italy by train is the best way to explore Italian cities and destinations while enjoying the Italian landscape at high speed. Trenitalia offers several options among their Frecce high-speed train lines: Rossa, Argento, Bianca. With an...
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How to use a Cell Phone in Italy

If you're in Italy and want to use a cell phone, here's how to do it Italians are known for talking and their zest for talking on their cell phone is no exception. In fact, Italy has one of the highest cell phone penetrations in the world. Most travelers to...
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Map of Italy

Interactive map of Italy and Europe This map of Italy allows you to view the country in several ways including satellite view, street view, and standard road map view.
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How to choose the best beaches of Sardinia

A colourful point of view! Do you know why Sardinia is one of the most voted destinations for beach vacation? Why are Sardinian Hotels so special? 3 points are enough to answer the question: 1. Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean sea and one of the most ancient lands in...
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Car Rental in Italy: Autonoleggio

In Italy you can find many options for renting a car, however, fees might be higher after taxes and insurance rates
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How To Save On Airport Parking

Book your airport parking early to make savings of up to 60% Taking a trip abroad entails many challenges. Not only do we need to book our destination, having considered various options especially if the trip is for a holiday, we have to consider all of the other various parts...
calabria

Region of Calabria

In the 7th century this province, which had been part of the Byzantine Empire, was overrun by the Lombards, and the name "Calabria" was then applied to the "toe" of Italy, which the Byzantines still controlled. The "toe" had until then been known as "Bruttium". The landscape provides the main...
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Images of Lake Como

Lake Como (Lago di Como in Italian, also known as Lario; Latin: Larius Lacus) is a lake of glacial origin in Lombardy, Italy. It has an area of 146 km², making it the third largest lake in Italy, after Lake Garda and Lake Maggiore. At 410 m deep it...
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Images of Portofino

The town crowded round its small harbour is considered to be among the most beautiful Mediterranean ports. According to Pliny the Elder, Portofino was founded by the Romans and named Portus Delphini, or Port of the Dolphin, because of the large number of dolphins that inhabited the Tigullian Gulf. More...

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