Sunday, November 06, 2016

Info about, for or on Italy in November


Here are some links about, for or on Italy in November:

  • November in Italy – "It may be hard to convince someone whose heart is set on sunlit Tuscan hills and sparkling Ligurian beaches that a trip to Italy in November is really a good idea, but anyone who’s on a strict budget will immediately see the appeal." – 9 Jan, 2007 – by Jessica [Spiegel] – Source: Italy section of whyGo, Part of the BootsnAll Travel Network – "ONE-STOP INDIE TRAVEL GUIDE EST. 1998"
  • Traveling to Italy in November: What You Need to Know – "When you imagine your dream trip to Italy, chances are very good you imagine sun-dappled piazzas, sunny beaches, sun-soaked hills… Basically, you imagine sun. November in Italy is not sunny. It can still be a great month for a trip to Italy, however, if you’re more focused on saving money than on getting a tan. November is something of a bridge between Italy’s fall shoulder season and the winter off-season, and prices are generally low on things like airfare and accommodation. The trade-off for that drop in price is that the weather isn’t what most of us would consider ideal. Keep reading to find out what to expect from November in Italy, including the weather and what’s on the calendar." – by: Jessica Spiegel – "ABOUT" – Source: Italy Explained – "TRAVEL GUIDE | STORE | BLOG | ABOUT | MAIL"
  • Visiting Italy in November – "Many travelers planning an Italian itinerary are set on a summer getaway. Daydreaming about dining in piazzas and sunbathing by the sea can be tempting, but it discounts the downsides of high tourist season: bloated crowds, heavy heat and inflated prices. An autumn or early-winter getaway in November is a smart alternative. As long as you don't mind decreased daylight, cooler weather and modified museum hours, traveling to Italy in November can save you money and stress." – Mary Gray, studioD – "About Us" – Source: Found in the Travel Tips portion within the Travel section on USA TODAY.COM – "Latest World and US News"
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  • November Festivals, Holidays, and Events in Italy  – "All Saints Day, celebrated November 1, is a national holiday in Italy so many shops will be closed but most top tourist attractions and museums remain open. Some churches that are not usually open may be open on All Saints Day. On All Souls Day, November 2, Italians bring flowers to cemeteries to honor deceased relatives. During November you'll find truffle fairs, music and cultural festivals, and the start of the performing arts season." – By Martha Bakerjian, Italy Travel Expert – Source: Found in the Italy Travel section on
  • Upcoming Holidays and Festivals in Italy – "Beware: Festival dates are often not posted on websites until just before the event (or may even be posted incorrectly, especially in Italy). Verify the correct festival dates before planning a trip around a specific festival. For more information about these and other events, visit the official tourism site for Italy." – "This list includes major festivals in major cities, plus national holidays observed throughout Italy. Many sights and banks close down on national holidays — keep it in mind when planning your itinerary. Note that this isn't a complete list; holidays can strike without warning."  – "About Rick" – Source: Rick Steves' EUROPE – "THROUGH THE BACK DOOR" – "Rick Steves' Europe Tours, Trip Planning, Travel Guides and Information
  • What's on in Italy: ten things to do in November – "If you're short of ideas for what to do in Italy in November, we've gathered a list of ten events that are well worth checking out, especially if you like art, jazz, olives and truffles." – 28 October 2014 | 16:20 CET+01:00 – By Ben Potesky – "About Us" – Source: THE – "Italy's news in English" – "Change edition: Austria | Denmark | France | Germany | Norway | Spain | Sweden | Switzerland"
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  • 10 Best Places to Visit in Italy – "Located in Southern Europe, this boot-shaped country is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations for a number of reasons that include art treasures, trendy fashion, stunning landscapes, passionate people and top-class cuisine. Italy offers so much to see and do that it would take a lifetime to explore. An overview of the best places to visit in Italy:" –  Last updated on March 24, 2016 in Italy – "About" – Source: touropia – "DESTINATIONS | DISCOVER | HOTELS"
  • Best Time to Travel in Italy – "Italy has something to offer the visitor year-round, but there are considerations to weigh, such as weather, budget, cultural events, seasonal atmosphere and ambiance. Given the country's worldwide popularity, famous attractions can be crowded in summer, detracting from a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Prices and temperatures also peak in summer time. But guests are welcome to join with Italians as they celebrate each season, particularly at the table. Food enthusiasts might want to consult the culinary calendar before a trip" – Robin Thornley, studioD – "About Us" – Source: Found in the Travel Tips portion within the Travel section on USA TODAY.COM – "Latest World and US News
  • L'Italo-Americano – "is a weekly publication serving the Italian-American community throughout the United States. Established in 1908, L'Italo-Americano is the oldest Italian-American newspaper in the US with a mission to promote and preserve Italian culture and heritage by reporting in both Italian and English on subjects such as arts and culture, literature, education, history, business, sciences, sports, lifestyle to name a few." – "ABOUT US" – Source: web site – "The #1 source for all things Italian since 1908"
  • Martha's Italy – ". . .On this site we’ll share our Italian travels and recommendations, not only in the popular places like Rome and Tuscany but also in the special hidden places we enjoy and that the typical tourist might overlook. Martha has traveled to all of Italy’s 20 regions and is passionate about sharing her vast travel experiences with others." – blogger: Martha Bakerjian – Source: web site – "About | Articles | Newsletter"
  • When to Travel – "QUICK ANSWERS…. | THE TRAVEL SEASONS IN EUROPE | PRICING VERSUS WEATHER & CROWDS ~ ITALY | " – "About Us" – Source: Italy Source – "Independent Travel to Italy & Europe" – "How It Works | Travel Tips | All Packages | Applause"
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  • Average Temperatures for Italy in November – "Average temperatures for November at cities and vacation spots all over Italy are listed below in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit." – by Liz Osborn – "About" – Source: Current Results – "weather and science facts" 
  • Averages for Florence in November – "November marks the end of the autumn season for Florence, Italy, when the temperatures drop, the precipitation increases and the daily hours of sunshine decrease. At this time of year, the average temperature for the city starts off at 13.5°C created by highs of 18°C during the daytime and lows of 9°C on an evening. This falls down to 8.5°C by the end of the month, created by highs of 12°C during the daytime and lows of 5°C by the end of the month. This makes the first week of November the warmest part of the month. . ." – "About Us" – Source: HOLIDAYWEATHER.COM – "Daily worldwide forecasts for your holiday"
  • Weather in Italy in November 2016 – "Check the weather in Italy in November before you book your next holiday. Long-term weather averages give the best indication of the weather in November 2016 and include figures for temperature, sunshine and rainfall plus sunrise & sunset times for Italy. The November weather guide for Italy shown below is for Rome." – "About us" – Source: – "travel deals for your holiday in the sun"
    • Italy Weather and When to Go  – "In general the climate in Rome, and especially Florence and the Tuscan region is very mild. There are little differences between the regions, though. Rule of thumb: at the coast and in the valleys the summers are hotter than in the hilly areas, where the climate is very continental – rain falls are more often. Usually the summers in Tuscany are without rain and very hot, especially in the valleys. Spring (April and May) and autumn (October and November) might be rainy but there are still dry, sunny days. In the winter there are sunny, mild days but at night it sometimes gets very cold. July is the hottest month with temperatures from 73° up to 86°. Especially in the valleys the temperatures sometimes rise up high. In the coldest month – January - they are about 44° at the coast and about 38° to 42° inside the country. Of course the temperature in the mountainous areas is below." – "About Us" – Source: Found in the Italy Travel - Before You Go AKA Italy Travel Guide section on TripAdvisor
    • Weather in Italy – "When to go and weather" – "About Us" – Source: lonely planet – "DestinationsInspiration | Shop | Thorn Tree [travel] Forum | Bookings | Insurance"
    • Weather Republic of Italy, weather forecast from yr.on – "Weather forecast Republic of Italy summer resort" – Source: meteobox – "Find out the current weather of any city in the world " – In multiple languages
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