Italian highways

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2016
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Italian highway

Italian highway

Italian highways are certainly a place where your adrenaline level increases considerably. Italians like high speed and hate slow cars blocking their way. They use horns and flashing headlights to show their “driver’s feelings” in a very explicit way. Also, Italian highways are not free. If you plan to rent a car and drive around, be prepared to budget some expenses for highway tolls.

{This is an excerpt from the eBook “Italy from the Inside: the definitive survival guide for travelers”}

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Natale 2015- Italy from the Inside

Natale 2015- Italy from the Inside

We want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas. Buon Natale a tutti da Paolo e Francesca!

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Sant'Antonio Trieste- Italy from the Inside

Sant'Antonio Trieste- Italy from the Inside

Trieste’s Canal Grande was built in 1756 to allow boats to easily reach the city center and unload their cargo, which could quickly be transported to the market nearby. Today the canal doesn’t serve this purpose anymore, but its water mirror is still very appreciated and admired for its beautiful reflections, especially at Christmas time.