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Italy Travel Packages

Italy Attractions

Roman Forum

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The Roman Forum was the centre of political and social activities of the Roman citizens. The site wa...
Rialto Bridge

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Rialto Bridge is the oldest bridge of Venice and most renowned in the entire world. The Bridge is th...
The Pantheon

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The Pantheon was a Roman temple, now a Catholic church in Rome, Italy. The Pantheon is one of the mo...
Duomo Di Milano

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Milan Cathedral, called Duomo di Milano in Italy, is one of the world’s largest Gothic cathedr...
St. Mark's Square

St. Mark's Square also popularly known as Piazza San Marco, is the largest and most important square...
Leaning Tower Of Pisa

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Leaning Tower of Pisa is an amazing piece of architecture that is quite different from most medieval...
Trevi Fountain

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The Trevi Fountain or commonly known as “Fontana di Trevi” in Italian is a fountain in t...
Piazza Navona

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Piazza Navona is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful Baroque Square in Rome, Italy. It is a must-v...
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Italy Travel Stories

Guide to Renting a Car In Europe: Benefits, Tips and Advice
Picture this… you’re cruising along the northern coast of Spain, windows down, sea breeze whipping throug...
Where to Travel in Italy: The Ultimate City Guide
Italy, a word synonymous with rich pasta sauces, cheesy pizzas, decorated artists, ancient civilization and of course,...
6 Must Do Activities in Venice, Italy
Venice, Italy is often on the top of traveler’s bucket lists. With the romantic canals and plethora of fine dini...
Road trip to Lake Como- Italy
The Switzerland Travel Family tips for a perfect family road trip to Lake Como, Italy. We did the Route Lucerne, Switzer...
5 Reasons to Add Florence to Your Travel Bucket List
If you google “most beautiful cities in the world” and start looking through the lists, you’ll no doub...
How to Travel Rome on a Budget
travel rome on a budget With its historic monuments, priceless artwork, and sunny weather, Rome is one of the world...

FAQs

Italy ranked 34th on the list of the world's safest countries. Violent crimesare infrequent, and tourists usually face petty crimes. It is one of the most visited countries in Europe. However, some precautions are must. Protect yourself from pickpockets, do not keep valuables in your back pocket, keep your valuables in a safe place.
Italy is a secular state in southern Europe with significant influence from the Roman Catholic tradition. It has a long Mediterranean coastline. Its landmark art, ancient ruins, culture, and cuisine have made it the cradle of western culture. The government of the Catholic Church (the Vatican) and the Pope are based in Rome. The highest number of UNESCO world heritage sites lie in Italy. The best places to visit for tourists in Italy are Colosseum, Venice Canals, Pompeii, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Lake Como, Amalfi Coast, Florence Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore, Cinque Terre, Vatican City and The Uffizi Gallery.
If you are on a Italy trip with your family, then the best family places where you must go with your family in Italy are The Amalfi coast – Campania, Sardinia, Sicily, Tuscany, Rimini – Marche, Cinque Terre – Liguri, Puglia, Jesolo – Veneto and The Lakes Garda, Como, Maggiore.
Indians can obtain a short-stay Schengen visa for a maximum of 90 days within 180 days. For a tourist visa, the important document required by Indians are Passport with two blank pages and validity for at least three months after the trip period, photocopy of passport’s first and last page., Two recent passport-sized color photos, Cover Letter, Travel insurance policy photocopy, Flight Reservations copy, Accommodation proof & Proof of sufficient funds, copy of Schengen visas issued in the last few years. If the applicant is a minor, written consent from parents is required.
When authorized travel agents apply on your behalf, they have to give a cover letter. This cover letter mentions the reason for travel, source of funds for the trip, your itinerary, and intention to return to India after the holiday. This cover letter should be written and formatted clearly.
The Mediterranean climate causes cold and wet winters and hot, dry summers. In the north and mountainous zone of Italy, winters are humid and cold. The high sea temperatures keep coasts warm. Thunderstorms occur in the northern areas. In summer, high temperatures usually range between 28-33°C and go as high as 40°C in the south.
The spring in Italy consists of the months from March to May. Olive, Fig, and pomegranate bloom in the spring season in Italy. The average temperature during spring season ranges from 15 to 20°C
The Winter in Italy starts in December and lasts till February. The coldest month of all is January in Italy. The temperature remains around zero in plain areas. The temperature plummets to 15 °C below zero in the Alpine region. Winter season is suitable for visiting ski resorts.
For summer and spring, you can carry a buff scarf, linen shirt, hat, tank tops as your base layer for a sweaty, hot day, lightweight t-shirts, short-sleeve tops are the ideal summer outfit in Greece. Apply sunscreen lotion on your skin before going out during the daytime.
As the temperature does fall to 0°C in winter, consider keeping woolen clothes, wool cap, lightweight Jacket or travel blazer in your backpack. Comfy walking shoes, warm travel pants, long sleeve Warm tops & long skirt should also be considered adding to your backpack for your Italy trip in winter.
Tiburtina is the main bus station in Rome for Italian and European destinations. You will get a bus from Regional Bus Station at the airport. Cotral bus runs from the area outside arrivals in Terminal 2.
Terravision bus is a direct service from Rome Airport to the city center Termini Station. This bus goes direct from Rome Airport to the city center Termini station. This service is not available at night. Go rank number 7 of the bus station outside the arrival area of terminal 3.
Various transfer options are available at Rome Airport. You can reach the city center in 40 to 60 minutes if you hire yellow or white taxis that are available in the arrival areas of terminal 1 and terminal 3. Ask the taxi driver to turn on the taximeter as soon as you get into the taxi. Rome airport has fixed fares for listed destinations. Radio and Pronto taxi companies operate in Rome Airport. You can check taxi details on websites of Rome and Fiumicino municipality.
Yes, Uber is available in Italy. After reaching the airport, you can easily book a cab just by opening Uber app on your smartphone and selecting the best and suitable ride depending on the number of members travelling with you.
The Leonardo Express train is the direct train that connects Rome Airport with Rome city center (Termini station) in only 32 minutes. It runs from Rome Airport between 06:23 and 11.23 pm at 15 minutes frequency. You can catch this train from platform 23 and 24 of Termini station. You can buy tickets from machines and Termini newsstand. You have to validate the ticket with the yellow validation machine before commencing your journey. Ticket expires within 90 minutes after validation.
This train stops at Tiburtina, Ostiense station, Fara Sabina, PoggioMirteto, and Orte. You can connect with the metro from Tiburtina or Ostiense station. FM1 train takes a little more time and reaches the city center in 45 minutes. It is operational from Rome Airport between 05:57 am to 09:27 pm every 15 minutes.
This train stops at Tiburtina, Ostiense station, Fara Sabina, PoggioMirteto, and Orte. You can connect with the metro from Tiburtina or Ostiense station. FM1 train takes a little more time and reaches the city center in 45 minutes. It is operational from Rome Airport between 05:57 am to 09:27 pm every 15 minutes.
Leonardo Express is more expensive because it takes you to Termini directly.