Italy

3 Reasons to Visit Rimini, Italy

by Dean on June 29, 2015

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I first visited Rimini around 15 years ago when I was just a little girl, but last year I visited this city again and I discovered a completely different place. I would like to tell you 3 good reasons why you should visit Rimini, but first of all I also suggest you visit the new [...]

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Car Hire in Rome – The Best Way to Travel

by Dean on November 12, 2013

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Rome is one of the hottest tourist destinations in the world. This probably explains why almost every country has direct flights to the city. Once in the country, there is a broad spectre of public transport services to choose from. This makes it even easier for the touring commuters to get around. Buses and trams, [...]

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10 Amazing Photos of Rome

by Dean on August 20, 2013

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There are few cities in the world that are more iconic, more beautiful and more historical than Rome. This ancient capital city of Italy is a true feast for the eyes, and it is a city that every traveller should visit at least once in their lives. If you’re still not sure if you want [...]

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8 Things to do in Siena, Italy

by Dean on April 10, 2013

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Siena is a beautifully preserved medieval town in the province of Tuscany, Italy. Situated on top of a hill, typical of a town built in medieval times, Siena’s old town is one of the best that you will see. Walk through narrow cobblestone streets surrounded by centuries old medieval buildings. Here are 8 things to [...]

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Must See Rome: Piazza Navona

by Dean on November 7, 2012

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Some of the most impressive attractions in Rome are it’s beautiful piazzas. Piazza Navona standsĀ in the place of the ancient Roman Stadium of Domitian and you can see that the piazza has kept the long shape of the original building. What you can see of Piazza Navona today dates back to the 17th century, and [...]

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