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13 Beaches You Have to Visit in Sorrento

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When you think of Italian beaches, Sorrento is usually the first place to come to mind. It’s a coastal town on the southwest of Italy and it’s known for its ocean views, bustling marinas, and historic town center. The weather here is incredible most of the year, making it a great spot for a little […]

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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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5 of the Best Beaches in Puglia

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If you’re visiting Italy and you want to find the best beaches, Puglia is the place. It’s historic, brimming with beauty, and has plenty of options for sun and sand. Located on the heel of Italy’s ‘boot,’ Puglia has lots of coastline that will give you plenty of choice when it comes to beaches. But, […]

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Italy in April – Things to See and Do

April in Italy is a special time because it’s the very last of the country’s true shoulder season. The weather may not always be predictable, but visitors can bet on more sunny days than rain. This spring month is often a popular time to visit because Italy is celebrating various holidays and festivals. If you’re […]

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17 of the Best Places to Visit in Tuscany

Tuscany is one of Italy’s most visited destinations. The rolling hills, vineyards, and incredible food scene draw in thousands of tourists from all over the globe. This region of Italy isn’t just one place though. In fact, the area is made up of interesting towns, small cities, and natural areas that are all equally beautiful. […]

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Italy in March – Things to See and Do

A trip to Italy in March is always a great idea! This time of the year is considered shoulder season, so you can expect less tourist crowds and cheaper prices. Winter is just turning over to spring, so there will be bright flowers, lush greenery, and excited locals in many parts of the country. The […]

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These are the Best Restaurants in Lake Como

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Italy’s third largest lake is one of the country’s best natural attractions. As nature-lovers flock to this beauty, they take in the sights, sounds, and activities. And, after all of the action, they go looking for a delicious meal. As restaurants popped up to accommodate visitors, Lake Como slowly transformed into a foodie destination. Want […]

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Italy in February – Things to See and Do

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February is not the most popular month to visit Italy. However, don’t write it off just yet. While the weather may not always be ideal, February in Italy usually means less crowds and cheaper prices. And, for those who can appreciate a wintery landscape, this month can be quite beautiful in certain parts of the […]

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Here are the Most Beautiful Towns in Umbria

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Italy’s Umbria region has a lot going on for it. The region is often called ‘Italy’s Green Heart’ for the amount of nature parks here. In addition to natural beauty, Umbria is packed with medieval culture, antiquated hill towns, and some of the most intriguing displays of local life. If you’re visiting Umbria, get ready […]

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