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My girlfriend and I are going to Rimini in a few days (with day trips to nearby cities including Bologna and Ravenna), and I was wondering if there was anything we ought to watch out for in order to avoid negative attention. I did read the "for gay and lesbian travellers" page, but it was a bit more vague than I would have liked. It cautions against "overt displays of affection," so I guess no kissing and no referring to her as my girlfriend, but other than that, what constitutes an "overt…

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Hello
My husband and I are going to stay 3 months in Palermo, we intend to do a trip that allows us to get a good knowledge of Palermo - get a course in art or so, go to the gym, stroll the streets, bars and regular restaurants etc. We are pedestrians, no car.
Wich neighborhood do you recomend??
Thanks
Katia

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Hi Everyone,

I am new to this forum and would really appreciate any advice you can offer.

My family (myself, my husband and our two teenage children) will be in the region of Le Marche, Italy in early August for 8 nights. We would like to split the time in two separate places from which to base ourselves (maybe northern and southern Le Marche) but we cannot decide what those two places should be.

We want to relax, visit small hill towns, see interesting sites and spend time at a beach. We…

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I´m plannin to go from Florence to Napoli at october 11th, tnen sataying 2 days in Napoli, then train to Palermo.
Is it reasonable only two days in Napoli?
Is it necessary to buy the tickets now or I can buy them in Florence?
Thanks
Katia

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hello, we are completing a 3 month trip to Europe in Venice at the cruise ship terminal. between us we have 3 25" suitcases. We plan to take a taxi from the ship to one of the Venice area train stations. We are not young and wish to know which train station would involve the least walking (dragging luggage), Mestre or the Santa Lucia station. I understand that a taxi would not get you close to the Santa Lucia station and the walk is over that wide bridge, where in Mestre you only have to…

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So I'm a nineteen year old student from Ireland and I will be embarking on my erasmus year next year. I study both art history and Italian, and have been given a few options of study

University of Pavia
University of Bologna
University of Pisa
University of Trieste

I am wondering which of these is the best place for a student to live, which will be most interesting, and which will allow me to travel around Italy the easiest.

Thanks so much for your help!

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I´ll be in Florence for4 days only and we are thinking in staying in an apartment - airbnb.
What would be the best place - San Lorenzo, Sant'Ambrogio or Santa Crocce?
We like to walk and love to stroll at night and eat at litlle restaurants and go to bars etc...
No car.
Thanks for your help
Katia

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Hi!

I'll be camping on this beautiful Italian island (isola d'Elba) this weekend, from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th. It's something like a last-second trip and I know I'm super late with this post, but if you have any tips on places to see and explore, and what food to eat, I'll be super thankful :)

Also, if you have any interest in Elba, my buddies and I will post updates to a Snapchat story with the username hikeandsnap, so that we can share what we discover about the island :)

Thanks and…

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Hi there,

We are going to Roma in like 14 days for 6 days.
Ofcourse we looked up alot of visiting places, but are there thing you guys recommend that amazing to see.
Not like the places where everyone already is going but more like where only the locals come.
If you can help me with that Thank you verry much.

Greetings Rob

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Yes--in what will certainly be heralded as one of the most savvy business decisions in decades, Domino's Piazza, the American nation-wide pizza chain, has now opened shop (or rather shops, 5 of them)--in Italy. Milan to be precise.

It wasn't so long ago that I lived in the states. But I haven't had Domino's since I was a starving under-grad several presidential administrations ago. There are good reasons for that.

The menu suggests that the company is attempting to cater to the Italian market…