Saturday, December 03, 2005

Info on Private and Public Transportation and Other Transportation Modes in Italy

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: 21 August 2007)

Here are the links for private and public transportation and other transportation modes in Italy


  • Air One – In English and Italian
  • Alitalia – Within Italy or Europe
  • Meridiana – In English, French, Italian, Spanish – Within Italy or Europe
      • Italy – Select from list of cities/towns in Italy – "Weatherbase is your one authoritative source for finding monthly weather records and averages for more than 16,439 cities worldwide." – From Weatherbase
      • – home to maps of Italy, current Italian weather conditions, and six day weather forecasts for every Italian region and province.
    * = Blog entry has been updated.

    The above links are current. If anyone has any suggestions for other sites, please feel free to post your comment and I'll update this blog entry. For your specific interest, please search the web for further information using Google .

    Please note: I do NOT represent or endorse any of these links nor do I receive payment for listing them in my blog.

    This is a pretty good sampling of private and public transportation and other transportation modes in Italy. With the exception of LIMOUSINE SERVICE, where I only listed a few because usually one goes by a recommendation from friends or a travel agent or by word of mouth. You can also do a search (Find) on the Slow Travel Talk Italy forum site for a recommendation for a LIMOUSINE SERVICE. If anyone has a suggestion, please let me know. The same goes for any other suggestions or recommendations for transportation.

    My wife and I have used various forms of transportation in Italy and we have been rewarded with many memories and unbelieveable sights. Yes, at times it can be confusing. But a bus ride down the Amalfi coast with a ferry ride back to Sorrento is fantastic and filled with excitement especially with its scenic views of the water and the coastline. It is not to be missed!

    Please note: Be sure to check the year of any schedule listed above. These listings were done in the fall of 2005. Italy uses a 24 hour clock. Which means you will subtract 1200 from anytime over or greater than 12:00 while you are traveling in Italy. For example, 14:15 is 2:15 PM or 23:47 is 11:47 PM.

    That's it for Friday, 2 December 2005: venerdì, 2 dicembre 2005

    Ciao, Ben

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    Today’s quote is an Italian proverb, author unknown.

    "Ogni regola ha un' eccezione."
    "There is an exception to every rule."

    (LAST EDITED/UPDATED: 21 August 2006)

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