Costanza Maltese

Costanza Maltese

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    Has anyone stayed at an agritourismo in Tuscany?

    I suggest you should visit Casolare Terre Rosse http://www.hotelterrerosse.com outside San Gimignano in the countryside (of course). 'Casolare' means big farmers house, where in the past many families of farmers used to live and cultivate the huge fields surrounding the estate. Every place saves atmosphere of the time lived inside, you will be impressed to feel it. almost 6 years ago

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    Clean, affordable accommodations in florence

    You can find budget - clean - affordable accommodation even in the city centre. Hotel Casci http://www.hotelcasci.com is a small family run hotel very close to the main train station and to Piazza del Duomo. I don't know if you already left for your trip but I wish you however a great time in Florence! almost 6 years ago

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    I am going to Florence,Italy in May for a week and would like info on where to stay.

    The right answer is always 'It depends'. It depends on what you are looking for and where. I suppose you want to stay in the city centre as every tourist visiting Florence wants and, since you don't specify that, I suppose you are not looking for an expensive hotel. So i suggest you should try www.hotelcolomba.com which is in Via Cavour right few steps away from the Duomo and you can even reach it walking from santa maria Novella, the main train station. over 6 years ago

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    Truffles in Italy?

    What's the question? Where to find truffles in Italy, when to find truffles in Italy or where to taste truffles in Italy? Countless possible answers. Tuscany has the oldest tradition in truffle cuisine in Italy. Here you can taste great recipes and also try to hunt truffles! Monsignor della Casa is a resort in Tuscany offering their guest this chance have a look on the website http://www.monsignordellacasa.com/truffle.html they let you partecipate to a real search with trained dogs over 6 years ago

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    most affordable luxury island vacation?

    Do you mean ... in the world? As for Italy I think Capri is the most renowned island in a luxury perspective. over 6 years ago

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    what is the best way to stay in Taormina ,Italy for 2 weeks.

    Perhaps old school, but I am going to vote for a stay in a hotel. Staying in the hotel, unlike the apartment, let you always have a bearing on the staff at the front desk that can give you all the tips for organizing the visit. Taormina is a very small city and it may seem easy to be able to see it all by yourself, but if you are interested in a real travel experience, to really know the Sicilians you have to talk with them, then pluck the opportunity to get as much guidance as possible. The hotel staff can help you to rent a car to reach Mount Etna and the Alcantara River Park ( http://www.terralcantara.it/en ), for example, or suggest you what presents to buy and get a discount for you (Sicilians are great dealers). You don't write your budget, so here are different suggestions for different hotel's categories: 5 stars L - http://www.grandhotelsanpietro.net/ 4 stars - http://www.hotelvilladiodoro.com/ 4 stars - http://www.hotelcaparena.com/ 3 stars - http://www.hotel-isabella.it/ over 6 years ago

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    suggested 12 day itineary to first time traveler to italy

    It depends on what kind of trip you want to have, your budget, means of transport you want to use. If you can give us more details you will receive more comprehensive info, however, my suggestion is not to miss main cities of artistic interest as Florence, Rome, Venice, but, above all, I suggest you should focus on a more narrow area to get deeper into things, people, landscapes, flavours, feelings. Take Tuscany for example: you can visit Florence, but Florence is not the countryside and you will hard be able to avoid touristic places to really taste this beautiful land. Crete Senesi, Mugello, Maremma are beautiful and wild areas that are more Tuscany then Florence. As AJF I would add Amalfi Coast, no doubt, but if you are going to land in Milan you are going to spend most of your precious 12 days in train. If you choose to stay in the South, well focus on the South, you have got plenty of choices for your visits. Don't hesitate to ask for further info. Ciao over 6 years ago

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    Where are the safest hotels in Rome?

    I cannot tell you WHERE they are since it depends on where you are supposed to go. it could be the safest one, but if you have to cross a dangerous area in order to get there our suggestions will be useless. over 6 years ago