Italy Travel Notes presents: by Michele De Capitani
Verona, or Veronia, was a city of the Euganei, who were obliged to cede it to the Cenomani (550 BC).
Flashbooking is a growing cheap hostel in Verona and hotels directory specializing in budget accommodation for independent travellers, students, backpackers, families and all the ones that travel on a pocket.
With the conquest of the Valley of the Po the Veronese territory became Roman (about 300 BC). Verona became a Roman colonia in 89 BC, and then a municipium in 49 BC; Verona had the franchise in 59.
Flashbooking is becoming a recognized source of information and services for who loves creating a trip by him/herself and book bed nights securely online.
Verona is a city and provincial capital in Veneto, Northern Italy.
History, wine, serene beauty, dramatic people and stunning views – an Italy cruise has it all! You can visit the main sites of Italy on a European cruise or a Mediterranean cruise, but to really experience Italy – to really taste it – you need to immerse yourself in everything that Italy has to offer by taking an Italy cruise.
Italy cruises depart from several ports around the country. Many depart from Civitavecchia – the gateway port to Rome. However, to get the full Italy experience it is recommended that an Italy cruise be embarked upon from the ports of Savona or Genoa on the Ligurian Peninsula and taken all the way round to Venice, or vice-versa. This way, you’ll discover that there’s a lot more to Italy than a cruise departing from Civitavecchia would be able to show you! Continue reading Why Take an Italy Cruise ?→
One of the best things about going on holiday to Italy as a family is that this is such a child-friendly country. Italians tend to have very strong family values and love to welcome other families to their country.
If you happen to be in any Italian town, city or even a large village on a Sunday lunchtime then you are likely to see one of Italy’s most traditional sights – an Italian family sitting down to lunch in a restaurant.
In the new advertising campaign for Le Marche region in Italy, Dustin Hoffman reads aloud the poem “L’Infinito” (“The Infinite”) by Giacomo Leopardi, a 19th-century writer from Le Marche, while on stage and strolling through the hills of the central Italian region.
A very nice artistic advertising touch – the Italian way.
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And may 2010 be full of sunshine and beautiful places to discover!
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Meridiana currently has a fleet of 22 aircrafts, 13 are leased and 9 company-owned. The fleet consists of 18 McDonnell Douglas MD-82 and 4 modern Airbus A319-112. All the planes in service are equipped with the most advanced systems and are regularly brought to line with the new standards of safety and comfort at the Meridiana Maintenance Base in Olbia and Florence.
Jet2.com has been flying commercial aircraft for nearly 30 years, exclusively under the name, Channel Express (Air Services) for the first 20 years. Originally operating up to 14 Dart Herald aircraft, the company introduced, during the 1990s, Lockheed Electras, Airbus A300B4 Eurofreighters and in 2001, Boeing 737-300s. Boeing 757-200s were introduced in Autumn 2005. While historically based at Bournemouth on the South coast, the full operation and headquarters moved to Leeds Bradford Airport in West Yorkshire during 2006.
With them you can reach
From EUR 94.96/ USD 138.72 (at today`s Exchange rate) for a flight Manchester and Rome and Manchester
We continue with our presentation of the low-cost airlines wich which you can reach Italy without spending a fortune. If you have experience in flying with any of them do write your comments in order to help your fellow travellers get the best advice on whom to fly on their way to Italy.
5. Atlas Blue https://www.atlas-blue.com/en/index.php
Atlas-blue, a fully-owned subsidiary of Royal Air Maroc (RAM), was incorporated on 28 May 2004. It has international regular schedule service between the Moroccan cities of Marrakech and Agadir to different European countries. In a first phase this service includes the French, Italian, Belgian, Dutch, German and British markets.
With them you can reach
From EUR 189.18 / USD 276.54 (at today`s Exchange rate)
Blu-express.com is the only low-cost airline based in Rome’s Fiumicino airport. It is a young, dynamic and enterprising airline which relies on the experience of Blue Panorama Airlines – the second long-haul fleet in Italy and the first European company to order Boeing’s new 787 Dreamliner.
The fact that they are part of the Blue Panorama group means that they have experience of long-haul flight, and this ensures even higher reliability and attention to detail in maintenance.