Vacation Rentals in Tuscany and Umbria

Visiting the Tuscany and Umbria border Region South eastern Tuscany meets its smaller neighbour Umbria, on Umbria’s north eastern border. The border area of Tuscany and Umbria in Italy is a wonderful place to stay as the visitor is able to visit the many cities and towns of the two regions while staying in one of the most picturesque areas the world...  Read More »

Naples attractions

Naples is the third biggest city in Italy (after Rome and Milan) and its second main port. It’s the largest city on the south of the country and the capital of Campania province. Nowadays Naples has a population of about 1,5 millions (3 millions with suburbs). Naples is also a very important railway and cultural center of Italy. Naples stands on the...  Read More »

The Opera Lovers Destination

The origin of the Vienna Opera goes back to the beginning of the 18th century. It is the oldest theatrical institution with an unbroken record of performing in the German-speaking world,. A number of new operas were performed in Vienna during the 47-year-long reign of Emperor Leopold I, who was a composer as well a ruler. With a handwritten letter to...  Read More »

Timeshare takes off as Hotel occupancy drops

Timeshare takes off as Hotel occupancy drops A recent Reuters news article reports that hotel occupancy in the USA is down in some top holiday spots – not for lack of visitors, but because more people are choosing to invest in permanent holiday accommodation like property and timeshares in their favourite destinations. According to Peter Yesawich,...  Read More »

A short guide to having fun in Italy

The best time to go to Italy could well be, well, anytime. In reality the best time is between April and June as the flood of school holidays hasnt yet hit the roads, the countryside is at its fullest bloom and the weather isnt uncomfortably hot yet. When deciding at which time of the year to go to Italy it may be worth scheduling around a couple of...  Read More »