Link directory for the Italian Alps.
Involved in Italian tourism since 1929, Atlas Italia promises a
different, exciting and smooth running of events for incentive travellers.
Every town in Toscana has wonderful art treasures and none more so than
Florence. Here and in Siena, Pistoia, Lucca and Pisa, every kind of Italian art is on
display from the 13th to 16th centuries. Links to lots of smaller treasures too.
Emmeti -- Italy Online:
Travel services in Italy -- organised by itinerary, locality or region.
Large collection of hyperlinked pages on Italy and plenty of outside
links to related websites.
Italian Connection -- Go Porta:
Nicely presented information on the main points of interest in Italy
with illustrated snippets on attractions. Well worth a visit.
Italys many Islands include Sicily, Sardinia, Capri and Ischia,
the Aolians and Egadis, Pantelleria and Ustica as well as Asinara, La Maddalena and
Caprera near Sardinia and Tremiti. Also Elba, Giglio, and Giannutri.
There are 20 national parks in Italy, with 4 to be added soon, and over
100 regional parks. On top of that there are some 150 national natural reserves and 250
regionaly protected ones.
Italy for Visitors:
Scott Holt, the About.com guide for Italy, has lived in Rome and
traveled throughout Italy using practically every available mode of transport and staying
in youth hostels, monasteries, budget hotels and luxury resorts.
Zanigni designed link directory that likes to keep you in their frames,
although you can close the frame once you've been redirected.
Italy Travel Forum:
Discuss general regional questions, travel itinerary, travel
experiences, favorite places and stories, strange customs..... anything related to
visiting Italy, really.
Italian holidays in villas and farmhouses with cookery classes and wine
The largest cities in Northern Italy are Turin, Milan, Venice, Genoa
and Bologna -- but Guide105 take it further and have collected a comprehensive list of
travel-related links for the whole area; not all of them in English though.
Settled over the centuries by many different groups, evidence of Greek,
Norman, Roman, Swabian, Aragonese and Bourbon remains are everywhere. Some of the links on
this site seem ancient too and not all of them are in English.
Discover the delights of the different regions of Italy.
Veronica Tomasso Cotgrove runs a successful but personal organisation
in the renting and selling of handpicked period properties in Italy.