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Italy and Paris 20th Aniversary

Italy and Paris 20th AniversaryTrip Plan

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arts + culture,
day trip,

Celebrating our 20th Anniversary, starting 4 days in Paris France, taking EasyJet flight to Rome, then to Florence,Sorrento, Isle of Capri, then back to Naples/Rome/fly home. Wew! Can't Wait..


Shop La Bottega dell'Olio, Florence

The Tuscan countryside is renowned for its olive groves, and this little shop sells an original and interesting selection of all sorts of things to do with... more

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Shop Il Bisonte, Florence

Bisonte's chunky leather bags (with the trademark bison motifs) are renowned throughout the world, and the business began in Florence. The current central... more

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See + Do Manarola, Cinque Terre + Portofino

Manarola is just as picturesque as Vernazza, but it feels a little more reserved and private—though privacy is a relative concept in high season, when the... more

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See + Do Portovenere, Cinque Terre + Portofino

Though it's not strictly one of the Cinque Terre villages, it would be a shame to miss out on a visit to historic Portovenere. The town lies just around the... more

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See + Do Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre + Portofino

Riomaggiore is the closest of the five villages to the urban sprawl and naval dockyards of La Spezia—which provide employment for a number of... more

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See + Do Vernazza, Cinque Terre + Portofino

With its ripple of bright houses on a rocky promontory and its main piazza chock-full of fishing boats above a pocket-sized harbor, it's easy to see why many... more

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See + Do Portofino, Cinque Terre + Portofino

This tiny harbor, circled by the gaily painted facades of what were once fishermen's houses but have since become millionaire's retreats, is excessively pretty.... more

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See + Do Piazza Maggiore, Bologna

This huge pedestrian square is the center of Bolognese life. It's a great place for people-watching (locals on their daily strolls, well-dressed workers sitting... more

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See + Do Markets, Bologna

Every day is market day in Bologna. Locals and tourists alike haggle for fresh fruits and veggies, spiffy leather handbags, and antique furniture at these... more

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See + Do Positano, Amalfi Coast

Clinging improbably to the near-vertical coast about halfway between Amalfi and Sorrento, Positano is the best-known resort of the Costiera Amalfitana. Achingly... more

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See + Do Valle delle Ferriere, Amalfi Coast

Most visitors think of Amalfi as a seaside town—and it's true that the Republic's glory days in the early Middle Ages were founded on its maritime... more

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See + Do Amalfi, Amalfi Coast

Amalfi, the town that gives the coastline its name, lies about halfway between Sorrento and Salerno. Its name is derived from that of the nymph, Amalfi, loved... more

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Villa Lara
Hotel Villa Lara, Amalfi Coast

The best budget option in town, this six-room hotel is perched well above the tourist hordes, among the terraced vineyards and orchards that rise above the... more


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