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  • UK & EUROPE 2006: PART 25 June 2006: We drove south along Italy’s Adriatic coast to Ravenna to visit the 6th century Basilica of Sant’Apollinare in Classe. The Basilica was beautifully decorated and very quiet after the crowds in Venice. We continued on to Assisi Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Jun 22, 2006
  • Going to pick the camper Posted by amit.anafi in Camping in France 2020 | Jul 20, 2020
  • Back to Umbria.Last month I spent ten days in the Umbria region. I chose Perugia and Assisi as a base for my holidays. I have already ben to these places a couple of years ago. Perugia is the capital of the region Umbria. Posted by Maurizioagos in My travels. | Jul 19, 2020
  • Comfort of Manduria and Casa Southern Comfort!  No, I'm not talking about that popular whisky brand- rather, a place in the south of Italy- precisely, Puglia. We recognize Puglia (Apulia in English translation) as the heel of Italy. This is a land blessed with a Posted by Marinarena in Comfy Fit in the Heel of Italy | Jul 18, 2020
  • Upon this rock I will build my churchI awoke at midday on 11 November 2019, my first full day in Rome. I am not ashamed of this fact. I needed the sleep. It was also raining rather heavily outside. And Rome kind of sucks and the city Posted by urbanreverie in Urban Reverie's Travels | Jul 18, 2020
  • Prime Primitivo in ManduriaMark Manduria on the map if you are a wine lover - and if you're particularly fond of Primitivo- this is paradiso! What is Primitivo? Primitivo is derived from Latin " early ripe Posted by Marinarena in Comfy Fit in the Heel of Italy | Jul 3, 2020
  • Torre Colimena Beach[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/912811/colimena_3.jpg thumb=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/912811/thumb_colimena Posted by Marinarena in Comfy Fit in the Heel of Italy | Jul 3, 2020
  • Firenze in ItaliaPrendo l'autobus a Uffizi Gallery alle due di pomeriggio. Prendo il treno a Pizza Napoli alle quattro di pomeriggio. il pizza è delizioso! Vado a piedi a Gelateria La Carraia alle sei di sera. Il pizza e gelato è delizioso! Ho due Posted by amaliodwyer in Il Blog di Amali | Jun 17, 2020
  • Snippets Writers note: I wrote this blog post about 5 days ago prior to the latest current events and murder of George Floyd. There is so much to say, explore, and reflect on and I don't feel equipped to write Posted by trackers in ¡Global Nada! | Jun 1, 2020
  • VeneziaArrivo a Venezia alle due e venti. Faccio il kayak nei canali. Alle tre e mezzo io vado in macchina a seznik sneznik slovenia in macchina. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/1016367/Venice-canals-featured.jpeg thumb=https://photos.travellerspoin Posted by Chals19 in Traveling with samuel | May 27, 2020
  • One Day In Europe[float=right][/float] il ventiotto maggio Comincio la giornata a Torino in italia. Prima, io vado in macchina a Geneva alle cinque meno un quarto di mattina. Posted by SELEL19 in Lucy's Travel Blog | May 27, 2020
  • venizia in italiaComincio la giornata a venice in italia. per prima cosa, prendo l'autobus per l'aeroporto alle quattro trenta. poi arrivo in aeroporto alle cinque del mattino, poi prendo l'aereo alle cinque e mezza. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/1018106/ Posted by Lachcan in Lachlan Cannon's Blog | May 27, 2020
  • 24 hours in EuropeItalian sentences Lunedì: Comincio La Giornata alle Vienna. Prendo il macchina alle otto di mezzo di mattina. Alle nove di mattina arrivo alle Belvedere Palace. Che Bello! Mi piace molto, ma e’ molto grande. Alle nove e mezzo parto Belvedere Palace Posted by Abbeysitalian1 in 24 hours in Europe | May 27, 2020
  • Milano in ItaliaIo vado in macchina alle sei di mattina alla stazione. Prendo l'autobus alle sette e vado al museo. Che bello! Posted by lcarterpadua in Il Blog di Lauren | May 19, 2020
  • Bressanone.Bressanone is a beautiful town situated some 40 kilometers from Bolzano. I have visited it several times as a day trip. It takes around one hour and half to get there from the village where I live; by train. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/934 Posted by Maurizioagos in My travels. | May 11, 2020
  • Tentatively EmergingI am sure you have heard on the news that Italy is re-opening. The reality of this looks like a groundhog tentatively sticking its head out of its hole and barely sticking one foot out. It is not a grand Posted by trackers in ¡Global Nada! | May 7, 2020
  • Finding Italian magic in CortonaTravel often provides moments that offer magic in the most unexpected places. Every now and then though, there is a place that provides a connection that resonates on the most existential level. For us, it’s often Italy. This time, it’s Posted by traciekochanny in Tracie's Travels. Wanderlust part 2. | Mar 28, 2020
  • All railroads lead to RomeMy train to Rome was not due to leave Firenze Santa Maria Novella station until 12:17 on Saturday the tenth of November 2019 so I had plenty of time to squeeze in some more Florence sights before I left. Or so Posted by urbanreverie in Urban Reverie's Travels | Apr 24, 2020
  • Italy Summer 2018It was a great trip of 2 families Posted by gershteyn in Our Travels | Apr 19, 2020
  • City of LiliesFlorence is an Italian city with an intensely savoury history. It is the venerable cradle of the Renaissance, that heady epoch when Western civilisation threw off the suffocating shroud of superstition and embraced enlightenment in the arts, in commerce, Posted by urbanreverie in Urban Reverie's Travels | Apr 17, 2020
  • Alberobello - Bari, ItalyWe reluctantly left Matera and drove on to another gem in the Puglia region - Alberobello. It’s known for its trulli, whitewashed stone huts with conical roofs and has around 1,500 of them! It's akin to a Smurf village and wowed Posted by TheNomadWay.com in TheNomadWay.com | Jun 9, 2019
  • Matera, ItalyMatera is not the stereotypical destination to check out in Italy, however it was a highlight of our trip. Not only is it visually stunning, with a fascinating maze of streets and laneways, on a hillside right by a massive Posted by TheNomadWay.com in TheNomadWay.com | Jun 7, 2019
  • Pompeii, ItalyPompeii is home to one of Europe's most fascinating archaeological sites. The ancient Italian city, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was buried under 4 to 6 m of volcanic ash and pumice in AD 79 following the giant volcanic Posted by TheNomadWay.com in TheNomadWay.com | Jun 5, 2019
  • One month insideHi all, So tomorrow is one month since the lock down started in Italy. Time is elastic, sometimes long, sometimes short, extending, contracting, bouncing back and forth. You get the picture. Updates: Numbers have leveled off but are still horrify Posted by trackers in ¡Global Nada! | Apr 6, 2020
  • Cinque Terre, ItalyA change of pace was welcome as I caught back up with my travel buddies in Cinque Terre, one of Italy's most famous areas. It's based right on the Italian Riviera coastline with 5 centuries-old villages perched on rugged cliffs Posted by TheNomadWay.com in TheNomadWay.com | May 30, 2019
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