There are places that fascinate to see them once, I want to return again and again. Italy is a good example of such a place. I was always attracted by the history, culture, nature of this mysterious country, but I never expected that having visited this country once, I would want to stay here for life.
In Rome there are a huge number of attractions of world significance. It’s not so easy to get into some of them. But there are those that can be examined completely freely. In this article, BlogoItaliano has collected for you 9 of the most interesting places in Rome, where you can get for free. Helpful Hint: When preparing for a trip to Rome, set up an iPhone ready-made audio tour of the most popular route in the city.
Although historical Venice itself is relatively small, there are a dozen of interesting museums. Some of them are not without reason considered one of the best in Italy. One Doge’s Palace is worth something. Prices bite, but bearable. Especially when you consider that many museums can be visited with 1 subscription.
If you ask the Venetian tourist office what you should definitely see in the city, then you will surely get a long list of museums and attractions that will be an impossible task to get around in a few days. However, if time is running out, then only part of this list can be called what the bourgeois call “must see”.
New Year in Rome is one of the brightest holidays that you will definitely remember for a lifetime. If you are going to the Eternal City at this wonderful time, you should especially prepare for your vacation, because you have to meet Italian New Year traditions, choose one of hundreds of places where to celebrate the New Year and immerse yourself in an atmosphere of endless celebration and fun.
Prosciutto is the favorite Italian ham in many countries. However, it has nothing to do with the ham that we are traditionally used to seeing on the shelves of domestic stores. Prosciutto is a dried pork ham - it is sold as a whole piece of meat or cut into thin slices.
The distance from Rimini to Bologna is 117 kilometers. It’s cheaper and faster to get there by train, but you can also consider the option of a longer independent travel by rented car. Let's take a closer look at all the options. By train From Rimini to Bologna, only regional and Trenitalia high-speed trains run.
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The unemployment rate in Italy in November last 2013 set a kind of “anti-record”: according to the ISTAT statistics bureau, 12.7% of the country's population do not have a regular income. According to the Italian media, this is the highest unemployment rate ever recorded in the country, which is direct evidence that the measures taken by the Italian government to get out of the deep economic recession do not have much effect.
A city of medieval palaces and squares, interesting museums and galleries, magnificent parks and gardens, Florence is popular not only with connoisseurs of art and architectural beauty, but also with shopping enthusiasts. In the capital of Tuscany there are a great many shops that can satisfy the needs of even the most spoiled shopaholics: boutiques of famous designers - both Italian and European, large shopping centers, department stores, small private shops, markets and, of course, outlets.
Italy is a country of stunning beauty. Wine, pizza, the sea and a warm climate can not leave indifferent even the most sophisticated people. And therefore it is not surprising that many celebrities buy real estate here. And here are a few stars who could not resist the temptation and bought a villa or house on the Apennine Peninsula.
The world famous music festival of colors HOLI FESTIVAL OF COLORS will finally be held in Rome on June 14, 2014. Are you ready for a burst of color? In India, one of the most ancient holidays of Hindu mythology is traditionally celebrated. In the days after the first full moon of the month, Phalgun (or Phalgun), usually in February-March, a real carnival takes place, in which the main role is played by multi-color man-made clouds made of paints and water.
Shopping in this part of the city is much more entertaining than in giant chain department stores located just a 15-minute walk from here. Shopping in this part of the city is much more entertaining than in giant chain department stores located just a 15-minute walk from here. Here you will find very interesting shops selling ethnic goods and inexpensive jewelry.
The Prosecutor Pontius Pilate escorted Jesus Christ to the court of stairs. Today, many pilgrims climb it on their knees with prayers. The climb is hard and not fast. There are a lot of people and it’s impossible to get through quickly. See for yourself how much you need to go there, and if necessary, how?
Twice a year, the whole of Siena enters a feverish movement in anticipation of the main event - Palio, the famous horse racing, attracting more and more tourists every year. But the townspeople themselves have no time to rest these days. Each quarter throughout the year lives for the sake of Palio, and it is from the latest preparations that the status of the community in the eyes of neighbors and rivals depends.