If you are planning to hire a rental car for your stay in the Amalfi/Sorrento/Cilento area, chances are that you might be wondering whether we have special advice on local agencies that offer good rates.
The majority of our guests rent their cars on-line through AutoEurope, which offers discount rates and often has interesting deals.
If you are seeking a car rental agency in the Cilento area, you might want to check out Antares 91. They will also deliver your rental car just about anywhere in the area.
And so you are making plans to have your wedding in Italy: congratulations!
Even though you will not need international calling skills to contact Summer In Italy (we provide a USA/Canada toll-free number for your convenience, and a toll-free fax number as well), there is still a good chance that as you plan your vacation you find yourself in need to place a few phone calls to bella Italia (to book a tour, a private transfer, or maybe a table at a restaurant).
Throughout the month of August you can experience the majestic ruins of Paestum in a whole new light.
A short Italian trip, discovering the most beautiful varieties of this enchanting flower and specialized garden centres.
If you are wondering if Campania, the region of Amalfi, Sorrento and the Cilento National Park has enough to offer to entertain your kids, the short answer is: yes!
This topic has always been much debated -- but people continue to weigh in on tipping versus not tipping.
Bancomat (pronounced with long "a"s as "Bahn-ko-maht") is the name of the automatic systems for collecting cash from your bank account in Italy and in many European countries.
Windsurfing is an exilarating sport, an experience that defines emotion and life!
There are two very common questions, in planning a trip to Italy.
If you are looking to buy airfare from North America to Italy, there might be times when you would start thinking that airlines have gone crazy with the price of flight tickets, and that there are no cheap flights or discount offers available.
Most rental villas or apartments do not come equipped with a land line phone for guests to use.
Unknown to most tourists, wonderful networks of footpaths criss-cross the peninsula and Capri, connecting little villages by easy paths and venturing on rougher ways up into the mountains.
Rome, from a tour guide's perspective: Relax, have your first cappuccino, walk around via Condotti, Spagna, Navona, Trevi, Pantheon, Corso Visit the Roman forum, Palatine hill, Colosseo Spend all day at the Vatican museums The above is the standard itinerary that pre-occupies all visitors to Rome-"Can we do it all in two days?
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