Italy: Top things to Eat, See, Do
Planning a trip to visit Italy? Here’s a quick list of must-do things to eat, see and do whilst you’re experiencing one of the most beautiful places in the world.
1. Eat gelato. Very important!
2. Float in the mystical Blue Grotto – a cover off the coast of Capri.
3. Go shopping in Galeria Vittorio Emanuele ll, Milan. Very luxurious.
4. Throw 3 coins into the Trevi Fountain, with your right hand, over your left shoulder.
5. Visit the Vatican – the world’s smallest country (109 acres) whilst in Rome.
6. Rent a Vespa.
7. Drink Italian Wine (and lot’s of it). On a budget? Order the house wine, it’s always cheaper and still as tasty!
8. Replace hello and goodbye with “Ciao” the entire time.
9. Drink an espresso. Everyday. Twice!
10. Take a gondola ride in Venice.
11. Watch the sunset off the Amalfi Coast. AH-MA-ZING!
12. Enjoy breakfast on any terrace with flowers, orange juice and a breathtaking view of the Amalfi Coast behind you.
13. Attend an opera under the stars at the Roman arena in Verona.
14. Eat the world’s best pizza in Naples.
15. Take a touristy picture with the Tower of Pisa.
16. Write a love letter and pin it on Juliet’s house in Verona.
17. Marvel at the 1000 year old, Colosseum.
18. Soak in the natural hot springs at Saturnia.
19. Hike the trails in Cinque Terre.
20. Take a boat ride through the amazing Lake Como.
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This modern, cozy, quiet, one bedroom apartment located close to New Kingston and Half Way Tree, and landmarks such as the U.S Embassy, Devon House, and Bob Marley Museum, provides all the amenities of home for your stay in capital city Kingston. The apartment features air conditioning throughout; WiFi internet; hot and cold water; cable television with premium movie channels; spacious, fully equipped kitchen; comfortable modern furnishings; laundry facilities; and furnished garden patio. $62
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