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Travel to Italy – The Italy capital and Venice

by on Oct.21, 2012, under Italy

Where does one start to start when discussing Italia. Well, if you intend to travel there, Rome and Venice are good locations to start.

Rome

Perhaps you’ve heard about it? It goes without saying that The capital has a rather prominent previous. Lets see, in Rome you will find…[deep breath]…the Vatican, Coliseum, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Church of St Agnese, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps plus a guy name Allassandro. Just making sure you’re paying attention. Indeed, Rome is dirty with historically significant attractions. It seems you can’t turn around with out bumping into something an Emperor constructed, captured or destroyed. For anyone willing to risk potential fury, there are also the new Divinci Code tours, which take you to the places found in the book.

In all severe, Rome is a city you need to visit at least once in your life. Absolutely no article could ever do it justice, so I’ll just stop here.

Venice

I fondly make reference to Venice as the floating city though it may be apparently sinking. If you’ve noticed Venice is movies or tvs shows, the depictions are correct. Piazza San Marco looks exactly the same, birds and many types of. The Grande Canal will be, well, a grand canal together with incredible houses lining that and boats putting up lower this water way. Built on mudflats in a lagoon, the city doesn’t really have much room to grow. It really seems paralyzed in time.

When you’ve conquered the tourist attractions, it will likely be time to get serious about Venice. The simplest way to do this is stand in top of your hotel or hostel, pick which direction the tourist attractions lie and start walking in the other way. While you may feel like you’re generating the wrong way on a freeway for some minutes, you’ll eventually start getting directly into real Venice.

An entirely different side of Venice will appear and you’ll adore it. You’ll find little cafes along with locals happy to talk to you [and non-tourist prices]. In fact, the Venetians will often hold you in high regard since you’re a visitor who is bypassing the visitor areas. This, of course, may logically lead to a whirl associated with introductions to this nephew, that child of a brother and so on. Next thing you know, you’ll be complaining regarding Italian politicians and how things used to be better in the past.

While Rome and Venice are excellent travel destinations, you can’t really go wrong in Italy. For the adventurous, arranged your itinerary with the aged map on a wall and also dart technique

Want to find out more about rome apartment rental, then visit Mauro Solano’s site on how to choose the best last minute apartments Rome for your needs.

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    How I Spent My Summer Holiday In Lake Como

    by on Aug.03, 2012, under Italy

    Italy is known for many things, among them the wonderful food that is prepared there and the scenery. During your Italian Lakes holiday be sure to spend some time in Bellagio to try some amazing dishes. This is a must see town. It is gorgeous and is often thought of as one of the most beautiful in all of Europe.

    Lodging is varied. You can choose to stay at a campground, a villa or a hotel that is as simple or as elegant as you like. The choice is yours. You are able find rooms for every taste and every budget. Just like everything else in this area, the aim is to cater to a large variety of people and to have each of them happy and satisfied.

    This town is a popular romantic spot. With good reason, the beautiful scenery, amazing restaurants and the wonderful atmosphere. This place is also very popular with photographers since it is so pretty. Not only the water but the architecture itself.

    Do not overlook the shops in the area. There are plenty if shopping is something that you enjoy. In these shops you are able to buy authentic items that are only made in this location and available only in this area.

    If your idea of a work out is shopping rather than being on the water or hiking, you are in luck. Shops are plentiful. If you love silk, you simply must visit the silk factories. You can get designer fabric at deeply discounted prices. Tourists often flock to these factories and are known to make repeat visits due to the low pricing.

    Salice Blu is another great place to eat in the area. Here you will find freshly made pastas and risotto, seafood, and beef. One of the specialties that is a must try is the Mediterranean seafood salad. The food here looks as wonderful as it tastes. It will truly be a treat for both the taste buds and the eyes.

    Finally, a trip would not be complete without some shopping. One can find authentic foods and household goods in the open market. One can also enjoy getting super deals in the silk factories.

    Stopping in Bellagio during your Italian Lakes holiday is something that you will not regret. The sights, sounds and smells are something that you will look back on fondly for many years after your visit. During your visit you will be making memories to last a lifetime. Many who visit find that they must come back year after year. The friendly people in the area make each guest feel like they are part of the family.

    Walking the streets of Cernobbio

    This is only a small taste of the meals which will greet each and every visitor to this location. Visit this useful tourist guide to learn a little more about the fun and heart stopping items one can do when touring this special area of Italy.

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      The Italian Flag

      by on Feb.28, 2012, under Italy

      The Italian flag is hoisted from European flagpoles throughout the Italian territory. This historical tricolor looks like certain other national flags. This national standard was adopted back in 1948, shortly after the Second World War. The three vertical stripes each have the same width, but feature different colors. The vertical band on the left displays green, the one in the middle is white, and the vertical stripe on the right is red.

      The civil ensign can be seen attached to Italian flagpoles, every so often. This Italian tricolor displays a shield on the white vertical band in the middle. The shield is divided into 4 parts, representing the four “Maritime Republics” of the country of Italy. This tricolor type ensign is similar to the one flown by the Italian Navy.

      Italy has a democratic republic. Despite the country’s financial challenges, it has been ranked as one of the most developed countries in the world. The quality of live that Italians enjoy is found in the world’s top 25 as well. Italy is a member of the European Union as well as the Euro zone. Italy also enjoys membership with the G-eight the G-twenty and NATO.

      Some other interesting dates in Italian history. Before 1861 Italy consisted of several separate states. Towards the end of the 1700s Napoleon invaded the northern part of the country. Some years later the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy was organized. Some ten years later, Napoleon was defeated. During the eighteen forties the nationalists gained momentum. In 1861 the Kingdom of Italy under the House of Savoy was organized. And, in 1946 the republic of Italy was organized.

      Since 2006 the president of Italy has been Giorgio Napolitano. He is the head of the state. An Italian president is elected for a period of seven years. Interestingly, it is the president who selects the prime minister as well as the cabinet. Silvio Berlusconi was the prime minister for a few years till 11/2011, when he officially resigned.

      The national Mexican flag has been around for a while and very much resembles the Italian flag. Flown from Mexican flagpoles, the Mexican national tricolor features slightly different color. The Mexican standard is more rectangular. Even though these two flags are very much alike, Italy’s flag-design was based on the French “Tricolore,” indeed the national tricolor of France. Another similar standard to the Italian one is the Irish tricolor.

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