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- 1Italy681 reviews
Went over the Acadamia bridge today and saw all the love locks on the railings, thought I'd add to them with one for me and my girlfriend Jemma. Thought it would be nice to show her when I go home to her
- 2Italy343 reviews
It took me a while to warm to Milan, which is the most Western European facing of Italy's major cities. Fashion-conscious, well-heeled, and chilly compared to parts further south. But once Milan gets into you, there's an irresistible charm.
- 3Italy346 reviews
People always ask me why I don't LOVE Florence. I think it is an amazing city, but it is a bit on the touristy side, at least for my tastes, and the crowds that never cease can sometimes be daunting and frustrating. But one visit to the city, and you will understand immediately why people flock there. There is so ...
- 4Italy174 reviews
Naples is a place I'll always love but will never want to live in. It's simply too crazy, dirty, dark and mysterious for me; but that is also why I love it (minus the part about being dirty). Sure there are trash problems and crossing the street defies logic, but it's also home to some of the most interesting people ...
- 5Italy10 reviews
Ancient city with dwellings built right into the caves. These dwellings are 5000 years old. Matera also is known as the "shame of Italy" for another set of dwellings. Worth researching. Today there is much renovation changing this tale of two cities.
- 6Italy8 reviews
Beautifully colorful little island off the coast of Venice
- 7Italy1 review
Where do all the young Romans go for Friday afternoons in the summer? Fregene. Tons of fabulous beach bars ranging from casual, to very fancy. The parties start in the afternoon but the real party begins after the sun goes down.
- 8Italy7 reviews
Merano is a Lovely place were to stay a couple of weeks !!!!
- 9Italy1 review
- 10Italy60 reviews
Rome is my favorite city in the world. You can't walk a block without seeing something old and historic. Walking home after a night out at bars lands you in front of some grand Papal Church or a wall dating back to the Ancient era. Roman street food is also amazing. Pick up some Roman pizza (notably pizza bianca) and ...
- 11Italy27 reviews
Riomaggiore is the first of the Cinque Terre Villages as you come from the direction of Porto Venere. There is a small harbour and port where Gayle and I landed via Ferry Boat. You can also take the Train here. Unfortunately, we were unable to walk over from Manarola as the main trail was closed. It's a pretty town to ...
- 12Italy23 reviews
The medieval town of Manarola is the oldest town in the Cinque Terre. It was built at the mouth of the River Volastra, on a high rock 70 metres above sea level. It is charming and picturesque with its brightly coloured tower-houses and steep, narrow alleyways leading to the seafront. Gayle and I took the train here from Corniglia as ...
- 13Italy10 reviews
Gayle and I arrived and left Bolzano/Bozen on the way too and from Castelrotto/Kastenruth. It's the charming capital city of the South Tyrol.
- 14Italy1161 reviews
Probabilmente la città con il maggior patrimonio artistico del mondo, nonché simbolo della nostra passata grandezza
- 15Italy143 reviews
If you love wine, simplicity, rustic elegance, and amazing food Tuscany is worth a visit. One of my favorite regions in all of Europe, I got to explore the countryside, vineyards, and many of the little towns. They are everything the movies make them seem and more.
- 16Italy98 reviews
One of my all time favourite ancient Roman sites - this place is like no other. Well preserved, ironically, due to the volcanic ashes that fall from nearby Mount Vesuvius that also led to the city's destruction. This ancient site evoked a variety of emotions in me - awe, wonder, sadness and curiosity.
- 17Italy39 reviews
First impression of Catania was rather disappointing but it is one of those places where its charm shows up after IT gets to know you.
- 18Italy117 reviews
Cathedral is a must to visit. A leaning tower is very small and not free to enter.
- 19Italy88 reviews
The land of limoncello, Capri is one of the islands off Naples along the Amalfi Coast. The highlight here is the magical Blue Grotto, but if that's too packed with tourists, you can check out several other grottos as well. With Anacapri overlooking the beachside town, there is plenty to do on this quaint yet bustling (and at times hectic) ...
- 20Italy112 reviews
Siena is a great little town on the drive from Florence to Rome. The entire city is built on a hill, which is fascinating and both the historical and modern (i.e. shopping) aspects are a must-see after the main Italian cities!