See larger image
Glam Italia! How To Travel Italy: Secrets To Glamorous Travel (On A Not So Glamorous Budget) (Paperback)
By (author): Cooke, Corinna
Does your dream vacation seem out of reach?
Discover stress-free, cost-saving secrets for planning the ultimate Italian getaway.
Is a trip to Italy on your bucket list but out of your budget?
Does preparing for international travel leave you feeling anxious?
Do you worry about falling into a tourist trap?
Italian travel guide and blogger Corinna Cooke has years of experience creating private vacations throughout every corner of the country.
And now she’s here to share her insider tips so you can make the most of your time abroad.
How to Travel Italy is your all-in-one guide for crafting your personalized dream vacation. You’ll create an itinerary that’s custom-fit to your interests: from world-renowned art to mouthwatering cuisine and from breathtaking landscapes to trendsetting fashion.
Whether you plan to travel in style or on a shoestring budget, you’ll discover hidden gems and little-known advice for touring Italy’s most famous attractions. With Cooke’s hassle-free guide, you’ll finally learn to sit back and savor your authentic Italian experience like a local.
In How To Travel Italy, you’ll discover:- Step-by-step methods for planning your entire trip, regardless of time or budget- Lists of cuisines, and wines by region to satisfy any appetite- Optimum lengths of time to visit each attraction so you can get the best bang for your buck- Simple tips for booking flights that will save hundreds of dollars from your bottom line- Precautions you can take to stay safe and healthy while traveling and much, much more!
How To Travel Italy is your go-to portable travel guide to this charming Mediterranean destination. If you like practical tips, trusted advice from a local expert, and stress-free planning, then you’ll love Corinna Cooke’s handbook for your dream vacation.
Buy How To Travel Italy to pack your bags for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure today!
MORE ITALIAN BOOKS
The calamity that proved lethal for Pompeii inhabitants preserved the city for centuries, leaving behind a snapshot of Roman daily life that has captured the imagination of generations, including Renoir, Freud, Hirohito, Mozart, Dickens, Twain, Rossellini, and Ingrid Bergman. Interwoven is the thread of Rowland’s own impressions of Pompeii.