Let us introduce travelitalytravel.com . We're a relatively new site but we already have the web's largest collection of indexed articles devoted to all aspects of travel in Italy with a focus on Italian wine, food, and culture. Read these articles before you plan your next Italian vacation.
As much as I enjoy reading other people's Italian travel articles, I like writing some of my own. As do many of the other authors, I mention a bit of history and discuss local food and wine as well as the other tourist attractions. I focus on lesser-known destinations. The capsules are short, linked versions of the longer articles. Save time by checking them out.
This brand new series presents a variety of hotels grouped by city and sometimes neighborhood. First we describe the tourist highlights of the neighborhood and include a picture, and then present hotels or beds and breakfasts accompanied by a picture. We include a live link to the hotel web site.
There is nothing quite like Italian Carnivale (Mardi Gras). Each region does it different. Read, enjoy, and make your travel decision.
There are lots of reasons to tour Italy in the fall (September and October). This timely series highlights the special festivities in Italian regions. Don't wait too long or you'll miss out on some great fun while saving money.
There are lots of reasons to tour Italy in the spring (March to May). This timely series highlights the special festivities in Italian regions. Don't wait too long or you'll miss out on some great fun while saving money.
Month by month we describe what's going on in northern, central, and southern Italy. Get out your calendar.
This series describes the wines of each and every region of Italy and lists some tourist highlights. Every article names several companies that sell regional wine tours. And for those who believe in do it yourself, it lists regional wineries that accept visitors. The money saved can go to wine, food, and more time touring.
There are lots of reasons to tour Italy in the winter (November to February). This timely series highlights the special festivities in Italian regions. Don't wait too long or you'll miss out on some great fun while saving money.
Is your idea of touring Italy different from your neighbors? Whether you are interested in green touring, touring by bicycle, gay touring, or having your wedding or honeymoon in Italy this series has something for you.
Assisi, Spoleto, Todi, and Civita di Bagnoregio. You may not have heard of some of these little towns; all the more reason to read these articles.
Translations of important terms, studying in Italy, working in Italy, learning Italian. These articles have a lot of specific information for those who are thinking of making the plunge
From the American Cemetary to an upside-down balcony, a series of articles on one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The guest authors discuss its past, where to stay, and what to see and do if, horror of horrors, your visit is limited to a single day.
No matter how hard we try some articles just don't fit into categories. Here we have two articles linking Ancient Rome and today's Italy, and articles about golfing in Italy, La Dolce Vita, overcoming jet lag, why Italy is considered year in year out the world's top vacation destination and more
Do you know about the Italian Riviera including Genoa and the Cinque Terre villages? You will if you read these articles. Also visited in this section are the Italian Lakes, the Dolomite mountains, and the sometimes overlooked tourist destination of Milan.
Roma, non basta una vita. Rome, a single lifetime is not enough. And a single article section only scratches the surface. Our authors examine Rome from several perspectives.
Apulia, Greek Theater in Sicily, Naples and Sorrento, Sicily, Sardinia, and the Amalfi Coast. These articles examine well known and slightly known aspects of the most traditional region of Italy.
Rural and urban Tuscany. The only area that our authors don't examine is Florence, covered in a previous section. Horse racing, wine, wine tours, and tour logistics. These are only some of the subjects. There is even a recipe involving parmesan cheese and Chianti wine.
These articles examine Venice and the nearby city of Treviso from several aspects. You'll want to read about the Piazza Saint Marco, the Venice Carnival and the Venice Film Festival. And of course you'll want at least one gondola ride. One of the articles tells you what you should know before bargaining for a gondola. And to complete the picture of this unique city we have included an article presenting the problems that Venice is facing.
If you don't have time to read my Italian travel articles, take a look at these abbreviated capsules. I have included a link to the original article should you change your mind.Click to access www.travelitalytravel.com