This list includes common idioms that can be used in formal and informal situations. The English equivalent are only a suggestion and are not necessarily used in the same cases.
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25 Beautiful Photographs of Italy
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100+ Things to Know If You're Going to Italy
My friends often ask me for support in travel preparation when they plan to go to Italy. In fact, I think it's a great idea- go to a country prepared to
The Best Italian Coastal Towns
Italy is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, so it is no surprise that it is also it is one of the most visited tourist destinations. In this post we will show you the best Italian coastal towns: Camogli, Manarola, Polignano a Mare, Por...
ZapItalian - Italian Vocabulary - Fruit / Le Frute
Learn Italian, Italian lessons, reference material, dictionaries, quiz, Italian teachers, Italian Vocabulary, Fruits
How to Find Cheap Accommodation in Italy
Our series on cheap travel in Italy continues with how to find budget hotels and cheap accommodation, from farm stay to convent stay to apartment!
Eleven Etiquette Mistakes (Not) to Make at an Italian Meal...
When it comes to food, Italians love etiquette. It doesn't matter if you're at a fine-dining establishment with jacketed waiters or chowing down on pizza at a plastic table: There are some things that will always get you dirty looks. Or snide comment...
How To Speak Italian And Not Sound Like A Tourist In Italy...
If you're heading to Italy, don't be the person who doesn't know a word of italian! Remember the old saying : when in , do as the Romans do. That means that it's worth the effort to try and fit in with the Italians and, like anywhere else, rhetoric...
1x.com - Tuscan spring by Daniel Rericha
1x is an online photo gallery and social network. What makes 1x different is that every photo displayed has been hand picked by a curator.
How Not to Get Ripped Off Eating in Italy
How not to get ripped off at a restaurant or cafe in Italy — from what "servizio" and "pane e coperto" are (and if you have to tip your waiter) to the three magic words that will ensure you pay only what you're supposed to!
Traditional Italian Meal Structure - Italian, please!
1. Aperitivo Appetizers provided at the beginning of the meal, such as wine, prosecco, champagne or sparkling drinks. Sometimes light small bits of food are consumed, such as olives, crisps, nuts, cheese, sauce dips and quiches. 2. Antipasto The anti...
Five Towns of Cinque Terre
Find out which five towns make up the beautiful Cinque Terre area on the Italian Riviera and why you might want to visit each one.
Italian Pasta Names: Way Beyond Spaghetti
Back when I was teaching Italian language basics to people who were planning trips to Italy, I used to like to bolster their confidence from the start by
Italy - Sunset from Serralunga d'Alba
Last Sunday I had a very pleasant day with my family in the Piedmont countryside between Turin and Cuneo: this hilly area is called Langhe and is very famous for its wines (Nebbiolo, Barbera, Barbaresco, etc.), cheeses, and the white truffles of Alba...
Florence in Photos, A City of Art
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The Most Beautiful Beaches in Europe - Part 2
Venice: 6 Tips to Know Before You Go
Six top travel tips for visiting Venice, Italy — from how to get around Venice to how to cut costs on the boats on Venice's canals — that we wish we'd known when WE first went!
9 Reasons Not to Skip Naples
Nine reasons why you shouldn't miss Naples, that crazy city south of Rome — from its fantastic National Archaeological Museum to its incredible pizza.
Italy Trip Planning: 24 Resources You'll Want
As you might imagine, BootsnAll's Italy expert, Jessica Spiegel, gets a steady stream of reader questions regarding Italy. In this round-up, she answers some of the most common - including itinerary and budget questions.
Italy Photo Collection - Photo 27 of 45
Photo 27 of 45 in Travel & Culture photo album
100+ Things to Know If You're Going to Italy- Part 1
101 things to know if you're going to Italy, and things you'd like to know about your upcoming trip to this wonderful country!
The Prettiest View of Florence - Exposed Italy
From Piazzale Michelangelo. Florence, fall 2011. All travel photos copyrighted by Amanda Ruggeri. All rights reserved.
5 Best Picnic Locations in Rome (and where to buy the food)...
the hands down best picnic locations in Rome from local food guide, Eleonora Baldwin Rome's warm spring weekends beg for a picnic. As the warmer months begin to bless the city, during weekends, Rom...
360 Venezia : virtual tour of Venice - © gilles vidal
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How to take a picture of the Leaning Tower of Pisa
Italian Language: Learn to Say 'Thank You' and More
50 Signs That Rome Is Really Home - Revealed Rome
You might be used to your walk to work looking like this, for starters. What's living in Italy really like? Here are some of the ways you'll know when you've lived here for a while—and that Rome has changed you (...for better or for worse!). 1. You w...
Umbria on my mind
As promised, I'm writing from the…
Vocabulary in Italian language. Vocabulary list and online game for learning common Italian words. Free quiz to learn Italian vocabulary.
Piazza Navona - Fontana del Moro - Roma - Italia
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Things to See and Do in Rome
Jewish Prank Call
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Chocolate Festival in Italy: Eurochocolate Festival in Perugia...
Forget the sweeping views of the Umbrian countryside, the exquisite architecture, and the inspired regional dishes. People flock to this decidedly chilly hill-town for one thing and one thing only: chocolate.
A Trip to Sorrento Italy
For people planning their trip to Italy you will be able to see the country that is filled with many natural splendor , helpful native residents , exciting
Carnival in Italy between fun and tradition
A round-up of some of the best Carnivals in Italy.
The Gypsy's Guide: My Three Best-Kept Travel Secrets for...
Good tips - I do love Ostia Antica. When we went there in October, i think we were the only people for miles around.
You Know You're in Italy When...
Yesterday over at Twitter, the always lovely and informative ExpatCoach asked those of us with, ahem, Italian experience to fill in the blank: You know you're in Italy when... A smattering of what ExpatCoach, Cherrye, Miss Expatria, Tina, and I came ...
5 of the Best Day Trips from Rome
Five Cities Begging for Your Attention: Treviso, Italy
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Streets of Taormina
Origin of Taormina (Tauromenion, Tauromenium) there are many news, but uncertain for documentation and reliability. Diodorus of Sicily, in the 14th book of his Bibliotheca historica certifies that the Sicilians lived in the fortress of Taormina, livi...
BIBLIOMOTOCARRO: A Beautiful Italian Idea
It is a beautiful Italian story of the retired teacher Antonio La Cava from Ferrandina (Italy) that runs the villages of Basilicata on his "Bibliomotocarro" to promote reading. And the kids are waiting for him with enthusiasm. Antonio, bought a used ...