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The importance of a truly great “selfie” cannot be overstated. Luckily, for those traveling in Italy, the locations for a great photo, either of just you or with a loved one, are truly endless. Here are some of our location picks for great selfies in Italy.
The Path of the Gods – While exploring the Amalfi Coast, this beautiful hike will give you some of the best views you’re likely to get of this gorgeous area. Crossing over spectacular gorges and passing small villages guarantee that you’ll have some amazing spots for your photo.
We got a very positive response to our Five Breathtaking Tuscan Villages article and thought we would follow it up with a similar piece about Umbria. One of the few landlocked regions of Italy, Umbria is well known for its beautiful landscapes and historic towns. With that in mind, here are 5 breathtaking villages in Umbria that you must see.
Spoleto – One of the largest towns in southern Umbria, Spoleto is a sight to behold. With both Etruscan and Roman roots, this walled hill town offers beautiful views, including the Ponte delle Torri (the Bridge of Towers). Music lovers will especially want to visit in late June/early July to catch the famous Festival dei due Mondi, a world-famous music festival.
Of the many sights you see while traveling in Italy, some of the most breathtaking are the churches and monasteries. Dating back centuries, these remarkable buildings have their own histories, waiting to be explored. But what is the difference between a church and a monastery?
MY FIRST TIME IN ITALY AND I WENT WITH EVIA
BY: TONI PERL
May 12, 2014.
I am not a savvy traveller when it comes to European destinations so I look for direction and help to achieve my most desired results. I have heard stories of difficult trips with many details required and thought, I just cannot do this on my own.