Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Info about airports in Tuscany/Toscana, Italy


Here are some links about airports in Tuscany/Toscana, Italy:

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Keep in mind that you do NOT have to fly in and out of the same airport when you choose to fly into or out of Italy. If flying in from the States, you may want to fly into Rome (FCO) but depart from another airport. The rationale for this is not to backtrack halfway across Italy to return to your arrival location to fly back to the States. This is called open-jaw booking. Usually there is not a drop-off charge for returning the rental car to a different location than the original pick-up location. If you are traveling by train, you do not have to travel back to the originating train station. This will give you more time to enjoy Italy than either driving or taking the train.

That's it for Tuesday, 10 March 2009: martedì, 10 marzo 2009

Ciao, Ben

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