Living in Italy - Related Articles and Further Reading
Learn Italian language in Rome (Sun Mar 2nd, 2008, by luca cusi)
This article is written to be a guide for all those people who are interested
in learning Italian in Rome, following a course in an italian language school and knowing something about the Eternal City.
There are four language skills: reading, w...
Bergamo and lake Iseo, Simply breathtaking (Thu Sep 20th, 2007, by Alex Reed)
Lake Iseo, Bergamo, Valle Camonica and Montecampione represent a unique and unrivalled area of Italy so close to the main Ryanair hub of Milan Bergamo yet so unspoilt. Combining Skiing in Montecampione, the breathtaking beauty of Lake Iseo and the at...
I Love Touring Italy - Turin, Piedmont (Thu Sep 20th, 2007, by Levi Reiss)
If you are looking for a European tourist destination, consider the Piedmont region of northern Italy. Depending on your interests, this beautiful area might be an ideal vacation spot. You can get classic Italian food, and wash it down with fine loca...
Tuscany means good wine, excellent food, hisotry and charme (Thu Sep 13th, 2007, by Paola Lo Russo)
Tuscany has become, in recent years, one of the most popular destinations for a nice relaxing holiday. With its beautiful countryside, world-wide famous wine and cuisine and handicraft tradition, it has become the ultimate place to visit for the fore...
A Masterstroke In Florence Suspended Over The Arno River (Thu Aug 9th, 2007, by Dan Ganz)
Ponte Vecchio is probably the most worldwide celebrated bridge in Florence: the modern architectural structure we can see today consisting of three stone arches, and followed in 1565 to a old wooden bridge built in the ancient Roman times. The first ...
Italy Ski Vacations (Thu Mar 8th, 2007, by Adam Hurley)
If you will be in Italy, you should definitely visit
Limone. Limone is one of Italy's oldest ski areas,
and it is a very old village with a twelfth century
church and many other old buildings. The town is
located near the French border, and is on...
Not Your Ordinary Tuscany Vacation Rentals (Thu Nov 16th, 2006, by Peter J. Wilson)
Imagine staying right in the heart of Italy's most exotic and exciting tourist attractions. Or perhaps your ideal Tuscany vacation includes the seclusion of a distant farm or village. Renting the right accommodations in Italy is easy. There is so muc...
A Look Inside Florence Museums and Galleries (Thu Nov 2nd, 2006, by Peter J. Wilson)
Florence museums are known around the world to house some of the world's greatest masterpieces by the masters of each era of the art world. Trends in painting and sculpture have set the pace for others and made times in history immortal. The art work...
Pisa - More Than a Leaning Tower (Sat Sep 30th, 2006, by Andy Heaps)
after bus of tourists every day of the year to see its most
famous attraction. The leaning tower of Pisa has become an
Italian symbol, much like Pizza and Pavarotti! The city has put
a lot of effort into the tower and it is again safe to visit.
Travel Italy - Italy's must see Art and Architecture (Thu Sep 28th, 2006, by Michelle Linden)
Every year millions of visitors trek through Italy in search of
ancient culture, great food, art, architecture, and more. The
allure is immediate even to those who have never been.
There is more art and architecture to see in Italy than one