I'm flying into Olbia Sardinia for a cycling trip. You can't take gas canisters on planes so I'm wondering if anyone knows of a shop in Olbia that is likely to sell threaded canisters for back packing stoves. If anyone can help I'll be very grateful. Thanks Keith.
May I please have some suggestions; will be travelling to Milan on Sept-18 and I need to be in Barcelona for the 21.
Therefore I have plenty of questioning what should I do.
To start i don’t believe staying in Milan to long unless there are places outside the city that our worth visiting.
Maybe travel by bus and visit some places on the way to Barcelona.... so many ...
Have a low budget.
Thank you much for your help
We're a family group of 4 who are going to be landing in Rome on Sep 8 and leaving from Milan on Sep 17. the brad itinerary we have in mind is 3/4 days in Rome, take the train or drive to Florence, 3 days to see Florence and drive around in Tuscany, drive to lake Como, stay a day and take the train to Milan, fly out from Milan.
This is a first trip for 3 of us and the idea is to have a balance between the culture and and countryside and we love to drive. Question is does this itinerary seem…
I’m considering walking Alta Via 1 in September (potentially 12th -21st).
If I go ahead, I am planning to do it on my own. So my main question – is this a good idea?! I am a reasonably experience hiker, fit, strong, determined, confident in my ability and a head for heights. I’ve walked long distance trails, but not on my own. Are there lots of other people doing the trail at this time of year? This would reassure me somewhat, knowing that other people are fairly nearby at most times!
I'll be traveling from Malta to Italy somewhere around the end of October/early November. Was originally going to fly into Naples to explore the Amalfi coast region before heading to Rome. If my budget allows at the time I was thinking of flying into Catani and taking a week to ten days to travel via land up the West Coast to Naples instead. Looking for any suggestions on an itinerary/places to visit that would cater to a backpacker budget for that region. Most likely will be…
Hello there community. I am planning on coming to the dolomites from Malta. I once went there about 12 or so years ago. I went on a bus tour. I saw these amazing ancient monastaries built inside the rocks. Does anyone know what they are called, what part of the dolomites they are in and how to get to them?
I would like some recommendations on a few things: 1) Which part of the dolomites is best to stay in, in order to go hiking ( any r ecommendations for 3 star hotels or bed and breakfasts to…