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Best books for planning a trip to italy

The frescoes tell the life cycle of Jesus and Mary, and the damnation hell tableau would put Hieronymous Bosch to shame. This isn't a full day; it's an afternoon detour en route south, and be sure to make reservations before you go. But while you're in Padova, stroll Piazza della Frutta ("fruits") and Piazza delle Erbe ("herbs"), have a zabaglione at Caffè Pedrocchi (Stendhal considered it Europe's best cafe) and the incredible food stalls under il Salone, the massive Palazzo della Ragione ("justice"). Padova is a full day if you want to make a foodie side trip to Le Calandre, the three-Michelin star restaurant in Rubano outside Padova. Chef Massimiliano Alajmo is a star of Italian cuisine for his avant-garde tweaks on traditional Italian cuisine.

Two Days in Florence
Florence is a small jewel box: totally walkable, charming, compact. Amazing art, architecture, churches. Your first reaction will be, of COURSE the Renaissance was born here.

Two or Three Days in Tuscany
How much do do you want to chill out? Tuscany is a series of sweet and picturesque little hamlets.

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  1. Vosisuyefinimo

    Britain gave support to Mussolini in his war against Ethiopia in the 1930s Italian air force refuelled at RAF bases arms were sold to Italy

  2. Kofoxaxox

    Nemec Back to Italy after 2 seasons ! - Caan Athletics

  3. Qeyejedemavec

    He"s also going to Italy Belgium too. Lol I hope he doesn"t say anything bad especially to the Saudis.

  4. Fosavekadubo

    Remember when I thought I was going to lose 15 pounds before Italy? HA WHAT WAS I THINKING??!!!

  5. Fagocevirisu

    Heading to Italy tomorrow

  6. Difitokaxazoh

    It"s never easy losing the ones we love and hurts every day they"re gone. I hope you feel better soon and return to us!

  7. Deyimifakoj

    They don"t look so different to me!

  8. Kupohasoxaro

    So how big is Italy compared to the UK? Luxembourg? Belgium? Sweden? Norway? All have significantly higher migration but better wage growth.

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