Hello, I'm going to Puglia in a few weeks time, peak season I know so now trying to find cheap (ish) accommodation. Since only going to be there for 5 days we're trying to pack in quite, the first few days doing Ostuni, Locorotondo, Alberobello day trip and then settling in to either Monopoli or Polignano a Mare, the latter is quite a bit pricier but i'm happy to go there if the beach etc is better. Any recommendations?
Also we're heading after that to Lecce and then a beach town is Otranto…
We are a family of four (two kids-2.5 and 5) who will spending about a week in Lorenzago. We will be spending most of that time with friends who have family there but we will also be on our own for a few days. I was wondering if you had any suggestions for any nearby sites or towns that we should visit while we're there? We're very interested in food, art, history, nature, etc. Since the kids are so young we can't be too ambitious with how far we travel but we could drive an hour or maybe…
I fly from London to Bologna.
I am staying in Cesenatico.
Does anyone know the cheapest & easiest way to travel from Bologna Airport to Cesenatico please?
I will be receiving a student visa from August 8 for 6.5 months. I traveled to italy in March for 75 days, meaning I have 15 days left. So I was thinking to arrive in Italy 14 days before my student visa begins. But AFTER (since 180 days will pass while I'm studying), am I able to do a new 90 days? Perhaps do I need to leave for the UK for a day then return? Please help so I can book my tickets! Thank you!
My wife and I are traveling to Sardinia this September and can't decide which region to stay.
We are looking for good beaches, lively surrounds, nice hotels and great places to eat and drink in the evening.
I'd be grateful for any advise.
Flying into Rome to meet a potential romantic interest and then renting a car and driving down the coast toward Amalfi/Positano/Ravello. Possibly a night in Capri. This will be sometime the last two weeks of August. The objective for us to to connect and not deal with lot's of hassles.
I've been to Pompeii, and Sorrento years ago. Now looking for pretty scenery, charming strolls, and cafes and being relaxed and romantic and chill.
I don't mind dealing with a bit of traffic and tourists... but…
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…
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??
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…
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?