Dream and Plan with Monastery Stays! This Venice travel guide is full of tips and information to help you get ready for your ideal vacation!
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Dream and Plan with Monastery Stays! This Florence travel guide is full of recommendations, tips and helpful information.
Dream and Plan with Monastery Stays! In this ultimate travel guide to Rome Travel, we’ll give you tips on where to stay, what to see and more!
Recently, we have noticed a lot of our guests have been booking Stays at short notice. Often with only one or two weeks from booking to arrival, we have been working hard to ensure our guests requirements are met as they prepare for their trip abroad.
With thousands of years of history, Florence has many secrets. Behind the Renaissance art and architectural masterpieces which fill the city, there are hundreds of stories to be told. Perhaps one of the most relevant for today are the hundreds of wine windows, or buchette del vino, that abound in Florence.
Italy is perfectly set up for travellers to visit different towns in a day. While basing yourself in a larger city, take advantage of Italy’s exceptional train network and compact size to explore a nearby area, without the need to pack your bags!
Italy is a country full of possibilities. With so much to see and do, sometimes it’s a good idea to base yourself in a major city and explore nearby towns for the day. That way, you get the most out of your time!
A day trip is a great way to break up your time in a city. It can be so rewarding to get away from the hustle and bustle of Rome to a small town with a slower pace. Simply jump on a train and head to a new experience for the day.
As countries begin to open their borders across Europe, travellers have the opportunity to experience Italy again. While you might be eager to experience all the sights of Rome, Florence or Venice, why not consider a stay in one the many ‘out of the way’ locations Italy has to offer?
There’s no hiding from it – tourist numbers to Italy are undoubtedly down in 2020, for obvious reasons. But as the country recovers from a turbulent few months, attractions are open and the country is showing signs of life.