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Amazing food, world-class wine, vibrant local culture, family traditions, timeless history, priceless artwork, breath-taking landscapes.
All these things can be found and experienced in one remarkable country: Italy.
Nada’s Italy Tours is a boutique travel company that focuses on creating experiences that connect people.
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So you've been craving the sun after reading, watching movies, documentaries, TV shows, cooking shows, magazines, and being smothered in Tuscan everything. And you are indulged in your own Tuscan heaven ', the perfect vacation among the softly-shaped hills covered with vineyards, olive trees, and cypresses in one of Italy's most enchanting regions. But what now? Could this dream come in the worst vacation of your life? Do not make assumptions when traveling abroad, people live differently so you may not find the same way they are in the USA.
Planning a trip to Italy is not hard, but you have to read the list of tips. Yes, I know, there are TOO many resources out there, so many books, so many websites ... how confusing !! But do not be scared! Asking yourself the right questions will help you figure out your answers. You have a plan to go out of your budget, you can not leave too much information! Good travel!
Well, that's an easy question to answer! ANYTIME!! The weather is unpredictable anyway, so why delay? Spring and Fall have replaced Summer in being the highest travel season, and consequently, the most expensive in flights & accommodations. As the Summer months can be uncomfortably hot as far as temperature is concerned, more and more people are avoiding travel during July and August. This can translate into an opportunity to get discounted rates on hotels and other services. The same thing goes for Winter (except for the period between Christmas and New Year's), as the weather can be rainy and cold in the low 40's and 50's, this is a great time for discounts, but alas, not a great time to be outside walking... You should keep this in mind when planning a trip to Italia: you will mostly be spending your time outside exploring the city streets so pack in accordance with the average weather guidelines.
Bed & Breakfasts have just been popular in the recent years, featuring just a few rooms, often run by a family. They do not go by star rating, so it is very important to research any feed-back left by previous customers. Some are called "Residence" or "Relais", but in the end, they're just other words for B & B. A B & B is an apartment with a common area for breakfast and reception. It is a building that has other businesses or even residences. Actually, many B & B's have to offer a lot of charm and intimacy. A lot of families have turned their homes into a place for guests to stay. Rates for B & B is just a matter of personal preference, rather than a budget-driven decision. Keep in mind that many have a 24-hour reception, after which you can not get in or leave the hotel.
Ok, I know driving in Italy is not for the casual driver (ie a tourist who is driving while enjoying the views of the countryside). While I was teaching myself to drive "indecision on the road equals death". But I guess the wide lanes of "I would like to take this exit?" of on-the-road ponderation. Yes, the urgency is there, but ... there is a little extra room between my car and that one other over there ... so I could still technically switch lanes if I must ... in a little bit ... ok .. perhaps now? .. ok now I'm turning my blinker on ... he sees me ... so now I'm veering to the left lane ... here I go.