Sunday, December 04, 2005

Info on Tourism in Italy

Here are the links for tourism in Italy:


  • Tourist Info for Cortona – This web site contains a lot of information not only of Cortona but of the surrounding area. – In multiple languages – From Cortonaweb
  • About ... your Tourist Guide to Florence – This non-commercial website offers interesting and useful information about one of the most beautiful city in the world, Florence (Italy). We have collected for you the most precious historical and practical information available.
  • Marche Voyager – the complete tourism & travel guide to the Marche region in Italy
  • Perugia online – From Perugia Online ® tourist guide to the city of Perugia - tourist information
  • Timeout – Rome – Onkine city guide
  • Enjoy rome, staffed entirely by English-speakers, is an independent tourist office offering a variety of services to independent travelers in Rome, Italy.
  • Toscana News – Comes up in Italian with a "Select your language" with either English or German as choices
  • Tourist Info for Tuscany – From
  • UmbriaOnline® – Tour Umbria with Umbria Online. Tourist information on hotels, country house residences, art and events
  • 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.
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.

Some of the above, you can find in guide books but the Internet is providing a wealth of information and resources about Italy. Right now, you can find it on the web faster than finding it in print. I am sure there are more sites but this is a start. In the future, please check back because I am updating these blog entries based on the interaction with the readers of this blog and as I discover new links in my continuing search for knowledge and other interesting sites.

That's it for Sunday, 4 December 2005: domenica, 4 dicembre 2005

Ciao, Ben

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

"Finchè c'è vita c'è speranza."
Where there's life, there's hope.


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