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  1. #51
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    Finally, we've started to plan our trip to Italy. We're targeting around May 2018 and we plan to visit the places that were suggested here: https://www.tripstodiscover.com/22-o...isit-in-italy/
    For restaurants, what do you highly recommend?

  2. #52
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    No but I'm dreaming about visiting Rome someday!!

  3. #53
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    Yes! I love Italy! I think it's the most beautiful country I ever seen! I love Florence especially! And italian language is adorable.

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    Yes, my Rome recommendations below.

    - Mirabelle (Fantastic food, Fantastic views ask for a table on the veranda)
    - Ristorante Aroma at Palazzo Manfredi (Amazing food Amazing Colosseum View Old Rome)
    - Imago at The Hassler Hotel at the Spanish Steps

  5. #55
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    I don't visited Italy

  6. #56
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    Once I've been to Italy but can't say that it is the country of my dream ))) good architecture but that's all ) cost of real estate there is unreasonably high compared to say Spanish one. When I browse Spanish real estate catalogue I often find myself thinking that would never buy a flat in Italy if a had 150-200k euros because for that price I can buy some awesome apartment in the Costa Blanca area. Check yourself https://virtoproperty.com/
    Last edited by Aramis; 12-26-2019 at 12:26 AM.

  7. #57
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    Most of my momís family lives in Italian as she is a hundred percent Italian. Therefore, my Tamils I visited Italy two times. Make sure to learn Italian because they do not appreciate English speaking people which makes sense. Also, the trains in Italy are a great way to visit the various cities in Italy. Coffee there is so good that we bought one of those the cafeís nespresso pods.

  8. #58
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    italy, coffe, sun - the pleasure is around us ...

  9. #59
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    Italy is my dream country to visit

  10. #60
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    I studied in Florence last fall. Absolutely amazing I miss it very much. I’m pretty good at understanding Italian but I can’t speak it lol so I want to practice more if I get the chance to go back

 

 
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