Is this too many stops, should I drop one night in Florence and add one in Capri or Naples? I have 2 tentative plans. Spend 14 days discovering the heart of all things Italian on a culturally rich adventure from the piazzas of Rome to the canals of Venice.
Please carefully consider the time of the year you wish to travel and your suitability to that season. We must also reduce CO 2. Then you can take a high-speed train to Venice and another to Florence.
The bill was never made a priority of Parliament and was eventually dropped when a new parliament was elected after the Prodi Government lost a confidence vote. In the meantime, check out our incredible Rome Food Tour with pizza-making, local market and tastings.
Most shops and businesses open Monday to Saturday from around 8am—1pm, and from 4pm—7pm, with some closing on Monday mornings and generally all on Sundays, except for pastry shops, usually open Sunday mornings. Lucca is Northern Italy offers gay travelers everything that makes medieval Italy of Tuscany's real hidden gems, with centuries-old buildings, beautiful churches, charming piazzas and narrow streets within its ancient city ramparts.
The idea of 'eating Italian food' is, to Italians themselves, a far-fetched one. For warm but more reasonable weather, wait until the end of September. An ideal way to end the day is to head to a local bar for a refreshing Prosecco and a delicious focaccia with finocchiona salami and pecorino cheese, best enjoyed in the shadow of the Palazzo Pretorio.
Or, explore the small Liguria towns along the coast, such as Portovenere, Cinque Terre, the beautiful Golfo Paradiso or the slightly less-crowded Italian Riviera towns. Day Venice. Hi, We are planning a 14 day trip in November Hi Eve.
To find accommodation you can look at popular home-renting websites like airbnb or homeaway, or simply begin a google search. We have excellent day trips into Tuscany from Florence, where you can explore the beautiful hill towns or go wine tasting!