By Nadine Sedillo
Whether you are looking to rekindle your romance or hoping to get a perfect place to spend your honeymoon, there’s no better place to achieve your desires than Rome. Being the capital of Italy, Rome is considered as the love city. This is very true; love lurks behind every site, parks as well as the stunning Italian restaurants. So, which are the top five romantic travel destinations in Rome where you could take your partner for a stroll or pop the big question? Here are the top five recommended romantic travel destination that you can visit.
Villa D’Este. One of the best places to visit in Italy is Villa D’Este. This place is just half an hour outside Rome in a town called Tivoli. It harbors stunning 400 fountains and a large stone structured building. It’s one of the top romantic sceneries you would see in movies or read about in books. It represents as a perfect place to pop the big question to your fiancé.
By Austin Minning
Tuscany and Umbria contain some of Italy’s most photogenic landscapes. The two regions include the famed cities of Florence, Siena, Assissi, Perugia, and Pisa; miles of coastline; and the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago.
While Tuscany is known for its blend of cosmopolitan culture with classic architecture, Umbria is known as the “green heart of Italy,” perfect for walking, caving, hang-gliding and rafting. Within these Italian regions, are some of the most scenic and historical spots in the Mediterranean; so it’s no wonder why Tuscany and Umbria contain the most visited sites in Italy.
By TJ Tierney
Situated in the North of Italy, Milan is the largest city in the province of Lombardy and second largest city in Italy.
Milan is the business hub of Italy and a very busy city to visit at any time of year.
Home to the Last Supper, by Leonardo da Vinci, Milan has a rich history in art and has some of the most priceless works of art on display in its galleries. The art galleries of Milan also reflect the history of the city, but be advised, if you do plan to visit some of the galleries book in advance.
By Sue Rauch
Of all the journeys we have ever taken, those romantic vacations to Italy still linger in my mind and heart, resonating magic into my everyday life for months if not years after the fact. Italy’s long and enduring past, her extraordinary history stretching back into antiquity, her volatile geology which in turn has created her dramatic geography, all combine to make Italy a kingdom of storybook landscapes, always ready to be discovered and celebrated anew by this year’s crop of avid t
ourists. In case you will be among them (the avid tourists, that is) in the coming months, and because it’s rude to show up unprepared and uninformed, here’s a little background and history on one of Europe’s most popular vacation destinations.
Probably the most recognizable feature on Europe’s map, Italy’s ever-stylish boot stretches from the Alps in the north, 760 miles south to the Mediterranean. Off the west coast of Italy lies the Tyrrhenian Sea, while the east coast is kissed by the Adriatic. With a population over 58 million, and land mass of 300,000 square kilometers, Italy is the fourth largest country in western Europe and has so much to offer tourists and vacationers you will be spoiled for choice.
By Charles Brown
Italy is a breathtakingly beautiful country that will always be one of the highlights for anyone’s travel to Europe. It has everything from the impossibly blue Mediterranean Sea to the spectacular Alps, with fabulous food at every stop along the way. And while you are there, you can’t help but trip over history with every step you take.
Here are few things you cannot miss when you travel to Italy:
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–Venice. Think about it. How many movies have you seen that were set in this romantic city? Well there is a reason. If there is a city with more charm and magic than Venice, someone is keeping it a very tight secret. (Oh sure, I can just hear those Parisians objecting that their’s is the most romantic city, but those folks are hardly objective. Besides, this is an article about Italy.)
By Elda Rita Tessadori
Every travel starts with a big question: what kind of clothing shall I need?
Packing the wrong gear can make you feel out of place, uncomfortable and spoil your well deserved and meticulously planned vacations. The right clothes, on the other end will let you feel in tune with your surrounding, will help you blend in, feel at ease and enhance your experience.
This crucial decision depends mainly on the time of the year and the destination of your trip. Italy is blessed with a mild climate but don’t expect to wear fip flops if you go skiing on the Dolomites!
By Keith Barrett
If you’re planning a holiday in Italy then there will be a number of things that you’ll need to do. This article aims to help you cover all bases, from the practicalities to those little extras that can really make your holiday special.
First things first – have you bought yourself a good travel guide? Many people mke the mistake of booking their holiday and not purchasing a guide book until they are almost due to leave. This is a shame, since a good guide can really be invaluable.
By Tim Roseland
The culture of no other country in the world embraces life with as much zest as the Italian culture. Italy is a country vibrant with emotion, celebration, and opportunities to dive into life at full speed. But it is also a country full of quiet museums, peaceful hillside vineyards, golden beaches, ancient ruins and hushed cathedrals. Italy, in other words, is a splendid place for a honeymoon.
Spending your honeymoon in Italy can find you enjoying the romance of a moonlit Venetian gondola ride, complete with serenade. Or it might find you hiking the expanses and drinking in the magnificent Dolomite views of the Alpe de Suisi at 6500 feet in altitude Europe’s largest alpine meadow.
By D McKee
Mention Italy to anyone and it immediately conjures up certain images and provokes the senses. Thoughts of gladiators fighting in The Coliseum, The Leaning Tower of Pisa, The Vatican, Ferraris, incredible food and wine, and a sprawling lush countryside wake the imagination and tease your curiosity. If you have been to Italy, you have already experienced its allure.
From the gondolas of Venice and fashion capital of Milan in the north to the island of Sicily in the south and with the must-see cities and regions of Florence, Tuscany, Rome, and Pompeii in between, Italy is a country that to visit, you don’t want to miss anything. Every region in the country is distinctly Italian yet unique in its own way. The best way to get the full Italian experience is through a guided tour.
By James Robert Kavanagh
Italy is an amazing country and is one of the top tourist destination anywhere in the world. The country has so much history, culture and amazing natural beauty. Whether you are looking to visit the ski resorts in the north or head to the coast and explore the Italian Riviera you surely will not be disappointed.
Each summer various resorts employ summer staff to work in many different positions to ensure all of the guest traveling to the area have an enjoyable experience. Now if you have never has a seasonal summer job before then it might sound like the greatest thing ever, I mean spending the summer time hanging out in a cool resort what could be better. Well the thing to remember is that in these positions you are not just on holiday you are there to work. In fact you often work much harder than you would in other careers.