Sunday, October 30, 2016

Info about, for or on off the beaten path places to visit in Italy


Here are some links about, for or on off the beaten path places to visit in Italy:

  • Three Off the Beaten Path Regions to Visit in Italy – "If you've been to a few of the top places to go in Italy, consider one of these off the beaten path regions for your travels. Tourism is on the rise in these three regions, so now is a good time to visit while they aren't yet crowded or touristy and are anxious to attract visitors. Some things to keep in mind when you travel to less touristy places:" – Updated June 26, 2015 – By Martha Bakerjian, Italy Travel Expert – Source: Found in the Italy Travel section on 
    • Tuscany Off the Beaten Path – "Towns and Things to Do in Hidden Tuscany" – Updated January 02, 2016
  • Five Off the Beaten Path Places to Visit in Italy – "There are many off the beaten path places to visit in Italy for the curious traveler wishing to go beyond the well-known destinations of Rome, Florence and Venice. Sure, those cities should not be missed, especially when visiting Italy for the first time. However, do not rule out little-known places you may have never heard of: you will be in for some pleasant surprises! Read on for our picks of five off-the-beaten-track places to visit in Italy that will delight you." – August 15, 2016 – Silvia Donati – "About Select Italy" – Source: Found in the Espresso – "Your Daily Dose of Italy" – blog section on Select Italy – "The ULTIMATE SOURCE for travel to ITALY"
  • 15 Off-the-Beaten-Path Italian Towns You Need to Visit – "It's hard to go wrong when planning an Italian vacation. But if you're lucky enough to have visited the most popular cities in the country for tourists, like Rome, Venice, and Florence, there's still a whole country of beautiful sights, great food, and dolce vita to enjoy. Here are 15 of our top suggestions." – May 7, 2015 – by Allie Merriam – "About Us" – Source: POPSUGAR. – "CELEBRITY | FASHION | FITNESS | BEAUTY | LOVE | MOMS | LIVING | CAREER | FOOD | LATINA | NEWS | VIDEO"
  • Italian Summer Travel: Six Off-The-Beaten-Path Getaways – "For a summer getaway, there are few places better than the Italian seaside. Great food, prime weather and small, picturesque towns welcome visitors from around the world.  Everyone knows about the Amalfi Coast, Sicily and Venice. But to beat the crowds, summer like a true Italian and head to one of these smaller, more intimate beach towns." – 06/18/2013 07:20 am ET – Lisa Miller, Associate Editor, HuffPost Travel – "About Us" – Source: Found in the TRAVELsection on The HUFFINGTON POST – " Inform • Inspire • Entertain • Empower" – Edition: U.S.
  • Italy off the beaten track – ". . .If you travel off the major tourist trail you are likely to encounter a warm welcome. Italians are invariably proud of their local town and surroundings, and they will be delighted and flattered you have taken an interest. Generally the less visited the place, the more pleased, welcoming and helpful the locals will be. . ." – "About Italy Heaven" – Source: Italy Heaven – "Italy Travel, Holiday and Tourism Guide"
  • Italy Off the Beaten Path – "Skip the Colosseum and go truffle hunting. Milan, Florence, Rome: It’s no surprise that Italy is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. But rather than hitting only the hot spots, carve out some time to visit the less-traveled regions, too. We turned to Ciao Andiamo, a website that helps you plan and book off-the-beaten-path Italian vacations. If you want to eat, drink, wander and even truffle-hunt your way through this Mediterranean gem, then check out these five regions." – March 23, 2015 – "ABOUT" – Source: PureWow. – "Women's Fashion,Beauty, Life Hacks & Recipes"
  • Off the Beaten Path – 10 Amazing Places to See near Rome – "The beauty of Rome is well known, but so are not the many villages and realities in its surroundings, forgotten by tourists and obscured by the brightness of the Italian Capital. I want to give these off the beaten path places all the attention they deserve as there are several possibilities to choose a perfect day escape from the bustling city of Rome. You can go hiking, dig deep into archeology or to relax at the beach, I’m sure you’ll find the option that best suits you. And if you have a camera with you, you’ll find plenty of subjects to show to your friends back home, no need to be a professional travel photographer!" – Posted By Dave and Deb – "About Us" – Source: theplanetd – "Adventure is for Everyone!"
  • Off the beaten path in Italy – "Because of the name of my company, I get regular requests for itineraries that are at least partly off the beaten track. The definition of off the beaten path in Italy differs depending on how well you know the country. For some, the beaten track includes just Rome, Florence, and Venice, while for others it would certainly include the Amalfi Coast, the Cinque Terre, Pisa, Milan, Siena, and Lake Como. There are entire regions of Italy that are off the radar of foreign tourists (yet full of Italians exploring their own country), but in my experience most travelers want balance. They want to see the Colosseum in Rome but then escape the tourists for awhile. They want to see the main sights in Florence and then head into the countryside for some independent exploration. With that in mind, the places I recommend below are both easily accessible from Italy’s main sights, yet have fewer foreign travelers." –  Oct 23, 2014 – Madeline Jhawar – "About" – Source: ITALY Beyond The Obvious – "Italy Trip Planner | Italy Tour Guide"
  • Off the Beaten Path in Italy’s Small Towns – "Italy is the most visited country in the world. Like other tourists, I have visited Rome’s Colosseum, Vatican City’s chapels, Florence’s Duomo, Venice’s canals and Milan’s shopping centers. While all of these sights are notable must-sees, they are also overwhelmingly crowded with visitors from around the world. On my most recent trip to Italy, I decided to do something different: get away from the known destinations, explore the small towns and learn a bit more about the local culture. Follow me on my path below as I travel to Italy’s less-visited small towns." – 06/04/2014 02:40 pm ET | Updated Aug 04, 2014 – Sucheta Rawal, Travel Writer, Founder of Go Eat Give – "About Us" – Source: The HUFFINGTON POST – " Inform • Inspire • Entertain • Empower" – Edition: U.S.
  • Where Should I Travel Off the Beaten Path in Italy? "When you visit Italy, you want to see Italy—not other tourists. But the country is a pretty popular destination for pizza-loving jet-setters. In fact, tens of millions of visitors descend on the boot-shaped Mediterranean country every year. Here are a few places you should go to avoid most of them."May 14, 2014 – By: – "LEARN MORE"–  Source: Outside "Gear | Travel | Fitness | Adventure | CultureVideo | Magazine "
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    • Source: YouTubeIT – "Language: English • Country: Italy" 
      • Friuli-Venezia Giulia: Italy off the beaten track – "Friuli-Venezia Giulia is tucked into the north-east corner of Italy, bordering Austria and Slovenia. Much of it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, so there is a fascinating mix of cultures in this region - Italian, Austrian and Slavic. There is also a lot of very good wine here, which has made my many visits to family here over the years nicely mellow affairs." – Published on Sep 14, 2014 – by: Paris Franz
      • Off the Beaten Path, Rome - Italy 4K Travel – "Off the beaten path, that's how we wanted to get to know the city of Rome and its inhabitants." – Published on Jan 6, 2015  – by: myVideoMedia
      • Rome Off the Beaten Path: Porta Portese (Italian Flea Markets) "Porta Portese is a weekly Sunday flea market that is located near the ancient Porta Portese city gate. It is located in/around the neighbourhood or zone of Trastevere and can be accessed easily by public transportation"  – Published on Jun 20, 2015 – by: Diedre Blake
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        • THE DOLCE VITA DIARY: episode 1 – "When I lived in Positano on the Amalfi Coast in Italy, I met Daniele, who taught me the secret to happiness, to living well, the dolce vita and his theory on why so many people struggle to live a happy balanced simple life. Italians have a saying "Chi va piano, va sano e va lontano" which literally translated means - "He who goes slow, goes safe and goes far" but I guess it's similar in English to "slow and steady wins the race" and basically means that although something may take longer, in the end, patience is always rewarded..If you are a dreamer or a traveller or just working or studying and saving money until you can visit a place like Italy, follow me on social media for daily escapism and inspiration." – Published on Jul 19, 2016 – by: Kylie Flavell
        • Dream of Italy: Full Naples/Amalfi Coast Episode – "In the fourth episode of Dream of Italy (new PBS travel series), we travel to Naples and the Amalfi Coast. Neapolitans are serious about their coffee and we visit the historic Gran Caffè Gambrinus to taste what some say is the best espresso in the city. Naples is also famous for its tailoring tradition and we visit Rubinacci for an inside look. Host Kathy McCabe attends pizza school with master Enzo Coccia and learns it isn’t easy to make a perfect pizza. A visit to Via San Gregorio Armeno reveals a street full of Christmas crèches and caricatures. Mount Vesuvius looms large over life here and we venture into the crater with guide Roberto Addeo. In the shadow of Vesuvius we enjoy a local folk music performance before venturing to the Amalfi Coast. We visit some very special vines at Tenuta San Francesco, watch paper being made at Amatruda in the town of Amalfi, learn to make limoncello with a local, watch a cooking demonstration with Chef Christoph Bob at Monastero Santa Rosa and go fishing with local Costabile Laudano." – Published on Jun 5, 2015 – by: dreamofitaly
        • Off-Season Adventures in Puglia, Italy – "Travel Contributor Sarah McClure shows us the local sights in Puglia, Italy." – Published on Nov 11, 2012 – by: Peter Greenberg
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