Hello, me and my friends are going to Rome on December, 31st.
We want to know whether there is any activity for new year or something like countdown maybe(?), which can help us enjoy the last day of 2014 and the first day of 2015. Will it be lively in Rome around new year? It's our first time to go to Italy so we want to know more before then.
Thank you in advance :)
I am having trouble finding train times from Varallo Sesia to Torino or Milan. Does anyone know any info on the trains from that city? I looked on TrenItalia and Italiarail. Thank you.
I will be visiting Florence from the 25th to the 29th of December. I'll probably arrive at around lunchtime to the city on Christmas day. I'm worried that I won't be able to find somewhere to eat, and that all the restaurants will be closed or booked up. I've tried to make reservations at a few places, but they are all booked up.
Do any basic pizza joints open on Christmas day, or any type of restaurant where I presume reservations are not required? I really want to be able to find…
We're thinking about going to Italy for our honeymoon this coming May. We are seasoned travelers and have always planned our own trips. However, because we are also planning the wedding right now, we are thinking about using a travel agent for the honeymoon so that we don't take on too much planning all at the same time.
For the trip, we'll likely want to avoid the major cities and instead focus on one or two more remote places where we can just relax. We're looking to be in a beautiful place,…
I am thinking about going to Rome next year. End of October, what kind of weather and temperature can I expect, this is supposed to be a romantic trip with my wife, with churches, drinking wine on squares, dining outside, stroll around and visiting museums.
Would this be a good time for it, or should I go earlier, like September?
I am hoping to hire a driver to take us out for the day from Catania via Etna wineries and Mount Etna and finishing in Milazzo. I have had a massively expensive quote. I could modify it to return to Catania but even then it's not an off the shelf tour as we want to stop at at two or three wineries. Any ideas? The driver doesn't have to have strong English.
I'm thinking of going to Italy in 2015 and am looking for a job. I'm a medical doctor but I don't speak italian (beginner only) and so I understand I won't get a job in that capacity.
I am looking for a job as an english speaker in Italy. If necessary I will apply for work in a bar etc but ideally I would get a skilled or professional job.
Has anyone been in a similar situation or know any good websites/resources? Looking forward to la dulce vita in Italia.