Traveling with children implies pre-departure planning. That is the key to enjoying a fruitful, enjoyable trip since children tend to get bored easily. If you have a trip to Milan planned, rest assured, you’ll have plenty of things to include on your agenda. The city is a delight to both adults and children. We propose to you the following activities. Continue reading “Top Things You Can Do in Milan as a Family” »Read More
Over 43 million visitors pound the streets each year in Italy, heading to the Holy Trinity of Rome, Florence, Capri and Venice. There is no denying that these are all must-see cities. But Italy has much more to offer the tourist who is prepared to veer off the beaten path.
In actual fact, there are so many relatively unknown places to choose from, it is hard to know where to start. Anywhere you dig in Italy, you will uncover Roman remains; anywhere you travel, you will stumble across hidden treasures: Renaissance art in tiny churches, well preserved castles on rocky crags, beautiful sandy beaches, and delicious food in back street tavernas. The following list barely scratches the surface of the delights you will find when you go off the beaten path in Italy. Continue reading “Best off the beaten path sites in Italy” »Read More
When we talk about first-class tourist attractions, Italy is the fist country to come in our mind. Italy is rich in having sites on the list as compared to any other country. One of the tour leaders of private tour company A La Carte Italy Tours says that, in the year 2015, Italy stood in 5th for the best tourist attractions all over the world. According to statistics, in 2004 Italy greeted more than 37 million tourists. Continue reading “A La Carte Italy Tours” »Read More
Although Venice is one of the most exotic cities in Italy and it’s worth every penny to visit it, you need to pay attention to a few aspects before you plan a trip to this magical place. Continue reading “What Not to do While in Venice” »Read More
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The 1930s Villa Mabapa faces the Venetian lagoon on the Lido, a slender island 10 minutes from St. Mark’s Square by boat. A shaded courtyard leads from the tranquil waterfront to three linked villas. Public spaces are appointed with Oriental rugs and antiques. In summer, European families come here for the beach and culture. Spring and autumn draw an international clientele.
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Evocative of its 19th-century origins, the family-owned-and-operated hotel exudes a hospitable, home-like ambience in the peaceful Cannaregio District for guests seeking a quiet, pretty haven away from crowds at the city’s principal attractions.
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Opened in late 2003, the hotel maintains the Veneto-Byzantine ambience created over several centuries when the 15th-century palazzo served as home to Turkish traders (mori) bringing goods from the Orient to the merchants of Venice. Travelers seeking lodging away from the crowds near attractions such as St. Mark’s Square and the Rialto Bridge find refuge in the hotel and its quiet neighborhood.
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Built in 2004, this hotel is located on the Venetian island of Giudecca, 10 minutes away from Piazza San Marco by boat. With wooden beams and smart brown and cream décor, all 30guestrooms feature cable TV, minibars and air conditioning. The hotel include a lobby bar and ‘Ferrando’ veranda, where guests can take breakfast and watch the activity on the canals.
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