I get lots of emails from readers asking for Italy travel advice. And while I like to think of myself as the Italy travel resource, I know that there are tons of bloggers, writers, tour operators, travel consultants, and many other Italophiles who have knowledge on specific subjects, like villa rentals, Tuscany antique markets, or wines of the Veneto.…
I hope you’re all having a very happy 2010 so far. I’m hoping this will be a great year for Italy travel and finding deals on tours, packages, airfare, hotels, etc. That’s why I’m launching an experimental page over on the Italofile Social Network.
The new Travel Deals page is a place where you can find the latest information on discounted travel to Italy. Right now, the deals are listed as comments but I’ll be working with other methods as I go along. the Travel Deals page shows deals from various RSS feeds. You can post other deals in the comments on that page or send me your RSS feed link so I it can get looped into this page.
And if you’re offering a deal, you can contribute to the growing list or get your deal featured on the network’s home page. I’ll be cross-posting all this information on Twitter (@italofileblog) and the Italofile Facebook page.
So thanks to all of you for reading Italofile through the years and here’s to a fun and fruitful 2010!
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I’d hate to be the employee who made this error: The Crowne Plaza of Venice will be honoring a rate of 1-cent-per-night after mistakenly posting the rate on its website. According to BBC News, approximately 230 guests booked the hotel after seeing the unbelievable rate. The usual rate for the hotel, located about 10 miles outside the city, is €150.…
Today begins Culture Week throughout all of Italy. Through April 26, state-run museums will be open for free and many will be extending hours. Tons of special events and exhibitions are part of Culture Week. To see what’s on, visit the Italian Culture Ministry’s website.
After reading a post about Free Things to Do in Rome from fellow blogger Jessica at Italylogue.com, I couldn’t resist commenting on one of my favorite places – free or not – in all of the Eternal City: the Protestant Cemetery. Then I thought I should also share this tip with Italofile readers, too. The Protestant Cemetery, also known as…