I was thinking to end our tuscanny trip there. To drive from our last place in Tuscanny to Pisa airport, return the car (it will be a Sunday and as I checked I saw only the Pisa airport car agencies are active on Sundays.. In La Spezia they are closed, at least those I checked )
go from Pisa airport to Pisa train station (a very quick bus/train ride) take the train to La Spezia (also quite short ride). This will be a Sunday noon (in September) , then I planned to see the Cinque Terre on…
Somewhere recently I saw mention of an out-of-the-way restaurant in Rome in the old Jewish quarter nestled into the ruins (of the walls perhaps?). I wrote down the name of it but am not able to find it now. Could anyone help? Also, we will be staying on Via Cavour near Via dei Fori Imperiali. Any restaurant suggestions for that area would be greatly appreciated.
Does anyone know of any rental car companies that let you take a car on the ferry from Palau to La Maddalena?
Please advise. We are thinking of visiting La Maddalena for two nights, and do need a car to get around.
Hi everyone !
I have few questions about the Cinq Terres. I will be travelling alone in July through Italy, and ill take a plane to Pisa to go to the Cinq Terres.
I was wondering how big it is ? Can you see the 5 villages in one day ? Or is it too short ?
Then, is camping possible there ? Like, free camping ? Like, you just bring your stuff and find a nice place to sleep or you have to go to official camping place ?
I was looking for answers on google, but can't really find !
Thank you very…
My husband and I are traveling to Italy (going through Paris) on July 1 with our three children. Our children's other parents (we are both divorced from our children's other parent) signed a notarized form to grant us permission to obtain passports for the children, ages 9, 14 and 16, and the passports have arrived.
Do we need a Permission to Travel letter signed and notarized by our children's other parent, in order to travel through France and Italy? In addition, I adopted my son 8 years ago…
We (me and my girlfriend) are planning to go to the Dolomite region in september. We want to visit the region for hiking (not climbing with gear) together with Venice and maybe Verona for in total 7-9 days. We want to travel with public transport (we are able to fly to Verona and Venice)
We saw we can take the bus from both cities to Bozen / Bolzano. But with the public transport are we wondering, where should we go for sleeping and walking?
My fiance and I are off to Rome in December. I've never been there for one of the first Sundays and have read that the crowds can get pretty large at the free sites. I was wondering if anyone can add more context to that claim as far as the first Sunday in December goes? I assume it will be busier than days when they charge, but I am debating if it's worthwhile to do the Forum that day or just save it for another day, given I don't mind paying for it.
Thanks for the help! Also…
I will be in Paris with my husband and 14-year-old daughter in beginning of July. My dream is to visit Italy... I was thinking: Rome (3 days?), Tuscany/Naples/Pompei (3 days?), Florence+ Pisa(2 days?), Cinque Terre (2 days?), Milano (2 days?), Maybe 1 day trip in Verona or Bologna...
I am looking for any suggestions... Is that a realistic plan considering the eventual traveling time?
What would be the best itinerary, knowing that my starting and ending point is Paris?
What kind of…