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Italy through the eyes of worldwide travel bloggers

Where do foreign travel bloggers go in Italy? Top links

Italy is in everyone’s list of places to visit, even in the Italians’. I decided to look for the different travel bloggers that came to Italy to discover what they wrote about their journeys and I have to admit I found many articles. I found an interesting guide with some travel tips made by Nomadic Matt, I think that it’s a good one. The couple of Uncornered Market made an article about their journey in the hill-towns of Tuscany during autumn and also Free Candie can give you an idea of what you can do in Florence in four days. If you are interested in visiting the south of Italy I found interesting the experiences of Adventurous Kate in eastern Sicily and Along Dusty Roads in the beautiful Ostuni. The Blonde Abroad instead went discovering Pompei and the Amalfi coast.

Going up in this boot that is Italy, in Never ending voyage site you can find a list of some unusual things that you can do in Rome or the experience of 1 dad 1 kid in Perugia. If you would like to visit Bologna and taste its amazing food you can read the Travel Passionate article about that. I also found an interesting article about the International Alba Truffle Fair made by Casual Travelist. The Planet D made an article about Stresa, Heather On Her Travels gives you an idea of what you can do in Cinque Terre in one day and Vagrants Of The World instead told their experience in Liguria. Happy To Wander told in her article why she fell in love with Rovereto. If you would like to have a lake experience The Boho Chica told her experience in the Lake Garda. Sabrina Andrea Sachs made a visual city guide of the wonderful Turin. Untold Morsels gave some advices to visit Venice beyond crowds, Unnavigated told why Verona is so famous and Time Travel Turtle told what you can do in Bergamo.

 

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