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A Guide to the Best Hot Springs in Tuscany

When travellers dream of Tuscany they fall in love behind the shadows of the Renaissance, wage battles with the history of the Romans and wander through the rolling hills and quiet of the countryside. Tuscany attracts wine connoisseurs, artists, lovers, cyclists and everyone else under the Tuscan sun. But Tuscany is also home to the one […]

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Sicily in October – Where to Go and What to Do

October is a fantastic time to visit Sicily as the weather is fine and the food is front of the mind. The crowds have died down by this time so you won’t be trapped with hoards of tourists as you discover everything that Sicily has to offer. From stunning natural attractions and famous sites to […]

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These are the Best Festivals in Sicily

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Looking to attend a festival in Sicily? Fantastic! You’ll have plenty to choose from. This large island in the Mediterranean Sea is one of the most famous places to visit off of mainland Italy. It’s known for being the home to Mount Etna, Europe’s tallest active volcano, as well as it’s coastal scenery and beaches. […]

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4 Amazing Restaurants Near the Duomo in Florence

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Florence is teeming with fantastic restaurants because after all, this is a food city. And while you can find delicious meals anywhere, there are some particularly great spots near the Duomo in Florence. The Duomo is a focal point in the city and is surrounded by fantastic architecture, tourist attractions, and great people watching. So, […]

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The Best Restaurants Near The Trevi Fountain

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Rome’s Trevi Fountain is an absolute must-see when visiting this great city. Whether you’re stopping by during the day or at night, the fountain is a beautiful site that makes it onto most itineraries. Sightseeing all day can work up an appetite, which is why it’s important to know where the best restaurants near the […]

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Italy in August – Things to See and Do

Visiting Italy in August is a whole different experience than other times of the year. The weather is hot, the beaches are buzzing, and many Italians are leaving the main cities for the cooler coastlines. While the weather is warm, August often offers smaller crowds and cheaper prices, making it a great time to visit […]

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23 Restaurants You Need to Try in Venice

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If you love to eat, Venice is definitely the city for you. From tiny pizza joints and gelato shops to five-star restaurants, you’ll be sure to find something you’ll love in this great city. Dine along the grand canal or find a hole-in-wall spot to try authentic, cuisine. No matter where you go, there will […]

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Italy in July – Things to See and Do

July is a prime time to visit the beautiful country of Italy. The country is buzzing with backpackers, couples looking for a romantic getaway, and families checking out the top sites. The weather is warm and most people have time off for their summer vacations. Even the locals can be seen traveling to summer hotspots […]

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6 Beautiful Spots to Go Wine Tasting in Tuscany

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If you want to experience Italian wine, Tuscany is the place to do it. It’s one of Italy’s top wine growing regions, and it’s filled with rolling vineyards and wineries. Tuscany is known for its beautiful countryside scenery, so you can sip with a view. And, since this region of Italy is brimming with fresh […]

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Italy in May- Things to See and Do

May in Italy is officially considered part of the high summer season. It wasn’t always this way, but as word got round about the beautiful weather, flocks of tourists starting heading here. While there may be crowds and slightly higher prices, visiting Italy in May in sincerely worth it. The countryside is in bloom and […]

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