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The ultimate guide to transportation in the Amalfi Coast

”Should I rent a car?– ”Are there local buses available?– ”Should I invest in a private transfer?– We have the answers to all your burning questions here.

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Best travel series – press play for adventure

Keen to do some armchair traveling? We count down some of the best travel series and shows, all available from the comfort of your sofa.

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Does anxiety stop you from traveling? Here are 5 tips to help you cope

When anxiety meets travel, it can be tough to find yourself out of the “sink or swim” state of mind. The challenge is real, but it can be beat. Here`s how.

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Naples at a glance

High season

Jan - March
Place you can't miss
Chiostro di San Francesco
Local currency
Good to know
“When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s amore” may be the tune you’ll be singing non-stop when you get to Naples. The history of the city is enormous and is well loved internationally as a symbol of Italy. The city itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the city center is filled with palaces, castles, cathedrals and piazzas that aren’t to be missed. The stone sculptures that decorate the halls of museums will begin to feel come alive as you explore. It’s impossible to see everything when in Napoli for a short time, but definitely, you will have time for Neapolitan pizza.

Your questions, our answers

Numerous Italian cities and towns offer public wi-fi hotspots, including Rome, Bologna and Venice. To use them, you will need to register online using a credit card or an Italian mobile number. An easier option (no need for a local mobile number) is to head to a cafe or bar offering free wi-fi. Most hotels, B&Bs, hostels and agriturismi (farm stays) offer free wi-fi to guests, though signal quality can vary. There will sometimes be a computer for guest use.



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