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Honeymoon in Italy: Emerald Coast Sardinia

Honeymoon in Italy: Emerald Coast Sardinia
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Located off the western coast of Italy, the magnificent Costa Smeralda in Sardinia is ideal for a romantic honeymoon in Italy. Although it has been a magnet for celebrities, royals, and Arab sheikhs and Russian for decades, you don’t have to break the bank to enjoy the Emerald Coast. Running about 35 miles on the […]

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What to see in Sicily: Saint Agatha’s Feast

What to see in Sicily: Saint Agatha’s Feast
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When Road to Italy’s customers wonder about what to see in Sicily, we always suggest Saint Agatha’s Feast, one of the largest and most impressive religious festivals in the world that takes place in the beautiful Baroque city of Catania in February and August. Up to one million people with the entire city and numerous […]

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Italy Honeymoon: sampling typical desserts

Italy Honeymoon: sampling typical desserts
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A Italy Honeymoon is nothing short of magic: romantic strolls in Capri, dramatic sunsets in Rome, a gondola ride in Venice, – no matter what part of Bel Paese you choose, it will be unforgettable. To add a sweet touch to your honeymoon get acquainted with the typical desserts of the area you are staying in. […]

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Italian attractions: pasta

Italian attractions: pasta
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One of the things anybody on a food and wine tour in Bel Paese wants to try is, undoubtedly, authentic Italian pasta. It is no surprise that pasta has become one of top Italian attractions. Italians have perfected the art of pasta making over centuries and became the experts in the field. Ask any food […]

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Places to eat in Italy: delectable Sicily

Places to eat in Italy: delectable Sicily
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Sicily is a paradise for foodies and one of the best places to eat in Italy. The island’s eventful past has shaped its culture, architecture and, most of all, its traditional cuisine. Ancient Greeks brought olives and established wine making, Romans cleared patches of land for grain cultivation and introduced fava beans and lentils. During […]

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Things to do during your Tuscany Tour: Chianti Sculpture Park

Things to do during your Tuscany Tour: Chianti  Sculpture Park
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Among the things to do during your Tuscany tour, we suggest the Chianti Sculpture Park. Located near Castelnuovo Berardenga, between Florence and Siena and in the heart of Chianti, the Sculpture Park can be considered a permanent exhibition of sculptures and installations set in a beautiful and typical forest of oak and chestnut trees. This […]

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Activities in Rome: relaxing in the Roman countryside

Activities in Rome: relaxing in the Roman countryside
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It is very unlikely that anyone ever gets bored while visiting Rome. However, it can happen that with all the dazzling array of spectacular palaces, monuments, museum, galleries and endless activities in Rome you might feel like something different, more quiet and relaxing. I bet not many of you know that a third of the […]

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Best places to eat in Italy: delicious Tuscany

Best places to eat in Italy: delicious Tuscany
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Tuscany is about not only lovely bucolic landscapes, beautiful medieval hilltop towns and ancient abbeys but also delicious food. Without a doubt, this region is one of the best places to eat in Italy. Tuscany is famous for its white truffles of San Miniato, Chianina beef, and olive oil. Wine lovers across the world appreciate […]

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Eating italy food tours : the historic shops of Genoa

Eating italy food tours : the historic shops of Genoa
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Genoa is one of the most important port cities of the Mediterranean. The harbor has always been its lifeblood and from there the rest of the city developed. Discover this particular Mediterranean city during your Italy trip ! It is precisely from the Old Port that the tour of the historic shops begins; it is […]

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Best places to eat in Italy: Piedmont

Best places to eat in Italy: Piedmont
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The region of Piedmont has been a hidden gem for foodies in the know for a while. Slowly, food and wine tours in Piedmont are gaining popularity and the region is considered as one of the best places to eat in Italy. Piedmont boasts a large number of traditional foods that have earned prestige labels […]

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