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Useful Tips
Traffic - by Sally from Varese
In northern Italy, take your time and don't let other drivers annoy or hassle you. Actually, they are usually very forgiving. Italian driving is NOT personal, they just don't drive like we do. Arm yourself with a good map and be prepared to get lost. The road signs are inconsistent and often unhelpful. There are also rather more signs than you would expect, or none at all!
Scenic drives - by Tats from UK
Round trip: Belluno, Pieve di Cadore, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Predazzo, Feltre, Belluno. Fantastic mountain ranges - dolomites
Scenic drives - by Tracy from Egypt
Setting out on the open road was definitely the best way to experience the Italian country, which is most delightful. Contrasts heighten the impact of visual treats as you meander through dramatic mountains on to some of the most romantic lakes in the world.
Speed limit - by Bruno from France
On motorways, it's 130 km/h. 50 Km/h in towns & villages otherwise mentioned. On the spot fines are issue, so speed at your risk!
Other - by beukes from South Africa
Toll Gates. Inadequate explanation by hire companies on how toll systems works. i.e. telepass; inadequate signs and notices at toll gates to inform motorists where to stop and how much they must pay, especially tourists/foreigners. Generally road signs on Italian road totally inadequate.

Italy Cities
Albenga Bolzano Lamezia Terme Pescara Taranto
Alessandria Brescia Lucca Pisa Trento
Alghero Brindisi Macerata Pomezio Trieste
Anagni Cagliari Milan Riccione Tropea
Ancona Catania Modena Rimini Turin
Aosta Cecina Naples Rome Varese
Asti Fabriano Novara Salerno Venice
Avellino Florence Olbia San Remo Verona
Baia Garda Oristano Sardinia Vicenza
Bergamo Gela Padova Sicily
Bologna Genoa Palermo Sorrento

Italy Airports
Albenga Airport Olbia Airport
Aosta Airport Parma Airport
Bologna Forli Airport Parma Guiseppi Verdi Airport
Bolzano Airport Perugia S Edigio Airport
Cagliari Airport Rome Airport
Catani Fontanarossa Airport Rome Fiumicino Airport
Crotone Airport Rome Ciampino Airport
Cuneo Airport Siena Airport
Federico Fellini International Airport Tito Minniti Airport
Florence Airport Turin International Airport
Galileo Galilei - Pisa International Airport Valerio Catullo Airport
Milan Bergamo Airport Venice Marco Polo Airport
Milan Linate Airport Venice Treviso Airport
Milan Malpensa Intercontinental Airport Verona Brescia Airport
Naples International Airport

Italy Overview
Italy is an extremely loveable country, which has an incredible diversity throughout its regions. This blend makes Italy endearing to visitors and allows for a range of different experiences.

Italy’s different regions offer varied experiences, from the barren terrain of Sicily to the industrial metropolis that is Milan. From its magnificent busy cities to its wonderful countryside and beach resorts, Italy is a fantastic experience and has something for everyone.

Italy Essentials
Rome – The incredible history of this city is apparent on every street and round every corner. On top of its great culture and architecture, Rome boasts many exceptional restaurants and bars. Rome is one of the world’s richest cities in cultural, religious and social terms.

Naples – Situated on the Italian Riviera, Naples is only a short trip from the fabulous island of Capri. Offering an excellent temperate climate all year round, Naples has remained a popuar tourist spot for the last 40 years.

Milan – Situated in the north of Italy this metropolis differs from most of the country’s other cities with its fast pace and brisk businesslike manner. It is the diversity that makes Milan so special, with so many cultures blending together in this cosmopolitan city, it offers everything a tourist could want, all with Italian style.

Florence – One of Europe’s most historically important cities, Florence is a magnificent place to visit. With a great number of fantastic landmarks, museums and galleries, Florence is not only interesting but also pleasant and passionate.

Sicily - The largest island in the Mediterranean. Sicily’s many draws include the bustling city of Palermo and Mount Etna, Europe’s highest volcano. Beautiful weather, fantastic sights and a unique way of life make Sicily a fantastic place to visit.

Italy Calendar - Pick of the Year's Events
Explosion of the Cart (Easter Sunday) – This is arguably Florence’s biggest event. Held in the Piazza del Duomo every year, the purpose of the festival is to secure a good harvest and culminates in a cart full of fireworks lighting up the sky.

Festa della Nivola (15-18 September) - The festival of the nail takes place in the Doumo every year. It involves the archbishop of Milan recovering a small piece of metal from a nail which it is thought Jesus was crucified with.


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