Here are some links on travel deals to Italy:
- Cheap Vacations to Italy - Discount Hotel + Air Deals – Source: tripadvisor® – "get the truth. then go.™"
- eurofly – "THE BEST WAY TO FLY TO ITALY"
- Italy – Source: Orbitz
- Perillo Tours – "Since 1945, the Perillo family has been America's leader in tourism to Italy"
- Travel Deals to Italy – Source: skyAuction.com – "now you're going somewhere"
- TRAVEL TO ITALY – Source: Expedia
- About Italy – Source: hostelworld.com – "book your bed before you go ..."
- discover italy with world guides – Source: World Guides to:
- Italy – "Destinations" – Source: Frommer's
- Italy – "La Dolce Vita has never been sweeter." – Source: lonely planet
- Italy – Source: Travelocity
- Italy Travel Guide: Best Places to Visit in Italy – Source: ThereArePlaces
- Italy 2009: holiday cost-cutting guide – "Gill Charlton offers 20 tips to help save you money on holiday in Italy." – By Gill Charlton - Published: 2:14PM GMT 15 Jan 2009 – Source: Travel section of the Telegraph.co.uk
- SEE ALSO:
- Info About Fare Watcher Web Sites for Flights to and/or from Italy *, dated Tuesday, November 25, 2008
- Info on Travel Web Sites: Italy, Europe and wherever *, dated Friday, September 12, 2008
- Info on Low Cost Airlines with Flights out of and to Italy , dated Friday, April 20, 2007
- Info on Italy in the off-season *, dated Tuesday, April 24, 2007
- Info on Distance Calculators (How Far Is It?) for Italy *, dated Tuesday, November 21, 2006
- Info About Automobile Clubs in and outside of Italy , dated Friday, September 22, 2006
- Info on Bus Transportation in Italy , dated Friday, September 15, 2006
- Info about Trains and Train Stations in Italy , dated Tuesday, May 16, 2006
- Info about what really happens when you get sick traveling in a foreign country: France and Italy, dated Wednesday, April 5, 2006
- Info about Ferries to and from Italy *, dated Friday, March 24, 2006
- Info about Driving in Italy *, dated Friday, March 17, 2006
- Info on Private and Public Transportation and Other Transportation Modes in Italy * , dated Friday, December 02, 2005
- Info on Travelers' Health in Italy and Europe *, dated Thursday, December 01, 2005
- Info on Personal Safety in Italy *, dated Wednesday, November 30, 2005
- Info on Airports in Italy, Airport Guides and How to Get To and From the Airport *, dated Wednesday, November 23, 2005
- Info on On-Line Route Planning and Maps of Italy *, dated Thursday, November 17, 2005
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There are thousands of deals, packages, travel agents, etc. to get you to Italy. They come in all shapes and sizes. Some people would like to have everything planned out for them. Other individuals want to plan everything or somethings for themselves. For example, my wife's friend, Nina, is doing a combination of the above. She found a special airfare to fly to Dublin from Aer Lingus and will spend sometime there with another friend, Ellen. Then, by using a very low Euro airfare from RyanAir will continue their journey onto Italy, pickup and drop off a rental car and return back to Dublin on another RyanAir flight for their Aer Lingus flight back to the States.
Depending on where you live in the USA and the time of year, there are some excellent airfares to Europe. Then, by using a low cost air carrier, you can fly onto your ultimate destination: Italy or wherever. However, I caution you that you need to be aware of strikes, work slow downs or any potential disruption to a travel segment that may delay your return flight. Be sure to allow enough time to get from point A to C via B. If not, all the money you saved initially will be lost and then you will spend a lot more trying to get back from your vacation. There are risks but if you are willing to take them, your reward will be a trip of a lifetime with memories of a fantastic trip and to share it with others in your life.
I cannot emphasize enough the important of buying travel insurance for any journey that you may plan on taking in the world. Life happens! Sometimes before the journey begins and other times during your travels. From personal experience, it is better to have travel insurance than to be without it.
Best of all, you can repeat this experience on your next trip to Italy. With proper planning on what you want to do and where you want to go and the use of the Internet and the knowledge from your most recent trip to Italy via wherever, you can, you can make multiple trips to Italy, Europe or wherever on the planet you want to go for as little or as much you can afford to pay.
That's it for Tuesday, 21 August 2007: martedì, 21 agosto 2007.
Moving2Italy2 – #1 source of links About, For or On Italy for those individuals moving, traveling or already living in Italy.
Today’s quote is an Italian proverb, author unknown.
"Di buona volantà sta pieno l'inferno."
"Hell is full of good intentions."
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