Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Info on travel guides and tourist / travel information for Umbria, Italy


Here are some links on travel guides and tourist / travel information for Umbria, Italy:


  • The Complete Guide To Umbria – "Whether you take in the dreamy landscapes on foot, or stay in one of its grand country houses - this lush green region is sure to work its magic on you." – "Saturday 24 February 2007" – By Harriet O'Brien – Source: Found in the TRAVEL section of AKA THE INDEPENDENT – "News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper"
  • Umbria Travel Guide – "Umbria" – "Overview | Hotels | Restaurants | Things to do | Tips and Articles | Area Guides" – Source: TRAVEL + LEISURE – "World Travel Guides, Articles, and Information"
  • Umbria Travel Guide – "An essential guide to Umbria covering the region's top attractions and hotels, plus recommendations on eating out, from Tim Jepson, our destination expert." – "" – Source: Found in the TRAVEL section – "PLAN WITH THE EXPERTS • BOOK WITH CONFIDENCE" – on The Telegraph – "Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph"
  • Umbria – "is a region in Italy. It is one of the smaller regions of Italy, has no large cities and a total population of less than a million but what it lacks in size it makes up for in the beauty of its agricultural land and in a large number of fascinating small towns to visit." – "" – Source: Wikitravel – "The Free Travel Guide" – In multiple languages
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  • How to do Umbria, Italy, on a budget – "Italy’s ‘green heart’ can be friendly on the wallet. Donald Strachan finds affordable ways to enjoy Umbria’s great walks, food, festivals and art" – Thursday 24 July 2014 05.59 BST – Donald Strachan – Source: Found in the travel section of theguardian – "Latest news, sport and comment from the Guardian" – "UK | World | Sport | Comment | CultureBusiness | Money | Life & style | Travel | Environment | Tech | TV | Video | Dating | Offers | Jobs"
  • Umbria – "Everchanging, untouched landscapes in the green of winding valleys make Umbria a region that will never fail to amaze. This region comprises mainly hills, mountains, hollows and plains and extends along the Tiber’s central basin. At the heart of the boot, it is the only region with no coastline. . ." – Source: ITALIA – "Italian Tourism Official Website" – "Discover Italy | Travel ideas | News | Video | Info | Maps" – In English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
  • umbria – "This description page of Umbria, region Of Italy, will guide you in planning your trip to Italy and help you to find useful travel information about this Italian Region." – "Overview | Culture  History  Food & wine | Things to do | View | Map" – Source: trips2italy – ""
  • Where to Go in Umbria, Italy – "Top Umbria Hill Towns, Sights, and Attractions" – By Martha BakerjianSource: Italy Travel section of – "Our Story"
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  • Italy Travel Planner – "Easily create an itinerary based on your personal preferences: Which destinations to visit? For how long? What to do there?" – "" – Source: RoutePerfect – "Explore Europe YOUR way!" – "Plan your perfect trip to Europe!"
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  • Perugia, Italy – "About Us" – Source: Found in the (Italy weather) section of  – In multiple languages
  • Weather in Umbria – ". . .In the boxes below select where and when you're visiting and we'll show you the typical weather and average temperature, day by day, that you can reasonably expect during your vacation in Umbria. . ." – "" – Source: knowital – "For villas and apartments, we've got Italy covered."
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That's it for Wednesday, 11 March 2015: mercoledi, 11 marzo 2015

Ciao, Ben

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