Trips & Travels to be had
“For a taste of some serious amore, jet-set to the city of Firenze, where couples canoodle in piazzas, sharing bites of creamy gelato and soaking up the warm sunshine. Stroll across the quaint Ponte Vecchio with your someone special-- perhaps they’ll splurge on a gift from one of the iconic jewelry shops that line the bridge. Single women, beware: As you wander the streets, you’re sure to hear an Italian man call out to you, “Excuse me, I think you dropped something!” When you turn around, conc…
While traveling within Italy, most of the time it is just as fast and cheap to take a train instead of flying. RailEurope is a great choice. There are trains to all of the must-sees in Italy, including Venice, Milan, Rome, Naples, Cinque Terre, Florence, Pompeii, and Pisa. There is also the option of purchasing a RailEurope pass that allows you to use the railways unlimitedly for different durations of time.http://www.raileurope.com/index.html
Tips for Using the Trains in Italy -- We will want to use the Frecca and Eurostar (fast trains) for our day trips. We can purchase by going to the ticket counter that day, use a ticket machine at the station, or buy tickets online at Trenitalia.
How to Travel on Trains in Italy
From major cities down to towns and villages, there are tons of attractions in Italy. Use this infographic as your guide when you travel to Italy. What are the top spots on your bucket list? #Italytravel #Italyvacation
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