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manifesting travel to italy

Five new trends that will completely change the way we travel in 2023

Florence wine tours: Le Montanine

A rainy evenin in Florence, Italy overlooking the Ponte Vecchio, Arno River, the Uffizi Museum, and the Cathedral all from the Piazzale Sane Michelangelo

Manifesting italy travel

When most people go to Italy for the first time, they usually visit what we like to call The Big Three: Venice, Florence and Rome. But if you really want to manifest travel to Italy, you need to envision a more comprehensive portrait of the country. Picture yourself standing on the craggily cliff sides of the Amalfi Coast, with romantic villages like Positano and Ravello perched above the sea. And don’t forget the snowcapped mountains of the Dolomites and the nearby lake district. Destinations like Lake Como with its picturesque villages Bellagio, Menaggio and Varenna, and the famous Cinque Terra is not to be missed, it’s five seaside villages Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso are all just south of the Italian Riviera and swanky Portofino. But we haven’t even talked about the food and wine. Each Italian region specializes in their own wine and culinary delicacies. Whether you go to Naples for pizza and Peroni, seafood and Prosecco in Venice, pasta and Frascati in Rome or the wild boar and Barolo in Tuscany, Italy is a foodie’s absolute dream.

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