Sunday, July 03, 2016

Info about, for or on Italy in July


Here are some links about, for or on Italy in July:

  • Italy in July – "Summertime in Italy can be glorious, so it’s no wonder that in the month of July in Italy it feels like the country is absolutely overrun with every last tourist on earth – despite the higher cost and higher temperatures." – June 7th, 2009 – by Jessica [Spiegel]  – "About whyGo" – Source: Italy section of whyGo, Part of the BootsnAll Travel Network – "ONE-STOP INDIE TRAVEL GUIDE EST. 1998"
  • Traveling to Italy in July: What You Need to Know – "There has never been any debate about July in Italy – it’s always been right in the middle of summer, and also of the high tourist season. This means hot weather, high prices, and big crowds. Despite the crowds and expense, visiting Italy in July has its appeals – the weather, for instance, is always warm. No matter when you go to Italy, it’s a good idea to do your research in advance to find out what to expect when you go – and in the high tourist season, that’s even more important. If you’re traveling to Italy in July, here’s what you need to know about weather and holidays." – blogger: Jessica Spiegal – Source: Italy Explained – "TRAVEL GUIDE | STORE | BLOG | ABOUT | MAIL" 
  • Visit Italy in July – "Easily plan your trip based on your travel preferences, budget and personal style. Save up to 20% by booking as a custom package!" – "Plan & Book your perfect trip to Europe!" – "About Us" – Source: RoutePerfect – "Explore Europe YOUR Way!"
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  • Events in Italy in July – "All Events" – "Filters: by Month, by Industry, by Country, by City, by Event"  – "About Us" – Source: 10 times – "Discover events & connect with visitors"
  • Festivals of Tuscany, Italy 2016 – "Tuscan fairs, Tuscan festivals, folklore, sagre, feste and  events in Tuscany - a Tuscany festival calendar" – "NOTE: Please scroll down to the month of July or any month thereafter" – "About Elena Spolaor" – Source: web site – "Travel Guide for Visitors to the Chianti Classico Wine Region of Tuscany, Italy."
    • Events in Tuscany 2016" – "Festivals, fairs, folklore, giostre, jousts, processions, palio, sagre and feste in Tuscany"  – "Here we present a calendar of some of the many Tuscan annual festivals and fairs, and also some Umbrian and other folkloric events. For additional information on this endlessly fascinating subject, please also refer to  Festivals of Tuscany where the most important Tuscan festivals are described in greater detail."
  • July Festivals and Holiday Events in Italy – "Italian Festivals, Holidays, and Special Events in July" – "July is a great month for festivals in Italy. Siena's famous Palio takes place July 2. Two of my favorites are in July, the Festa della Madonna Bruna and L'Ardia di San Costantino. Almost everywhere in Italy, you'll see posters for a festa or sagra, in large towns and small villages, where you can often sample inexpensive regional food." –  By Martha Bakerjian, Italy Travel Expert – Source: Found in the Italy Travel section on 
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  • 10 Best Places to Visit in Italy – "Located in Southern Europe, this boot-shaped country is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations for a number of reasons that include art treasures, trendy fashion, stunning landscapes, passionate people and top-class cuisine. Italy offers so much to see and do that it would take a lifetime to explore. An overview of the best places to visit in Italy:" –  Last updated on March 24, 2016 in Italy – "About" – Source: touropia – "DESTINATIONS | DISCOVER | HOTELS"
  • L'Italo-Americano – "is a weekly publication serving the Italian-American community throughout the United States. Established in 1908, L'Italo-Americano is the oldest Italian-American newspaper in the US with a mission to promote and preserve Italian culture and heritage by reporting in both Italian and English on subjects such as arts and culture, literature, education, history, business, sciences, sports, lifestyle to name a few." – "ABOUT US" – Source: web site – "The #1 source for all things Italian since 1908"
  • Martha's Italy – ". . .On this site we’ll share our Italian travels and recommendations, not only in the popular places like Rome and Tuscany but also in the special hidden places we enjoy and that the typical tourist might overlook. Martha has traveled to all of Italy’s 20 regions and is passionate about sharing her vast travel experiences with others." – blogger: Martha Bakerjian – Source: web site – "About | Articles | Newsletter"
  • When to Travel – "QUICK ANSWERS…. | THE TRAVEL SEASONS IN EUROPE | PRICING VERSUS WEATHER & CROWDS ~ ITALY | " – "About Us" – Source: Italy Source – "Independent Travel to Italy & Europe" – "How It Works | Travel Tips | All Packages | Applause"
  • Source: YouTubeIT – "Language: English • Country: Italy" 
    • Abruzzo, Italy | July 2015 – "I spent 10 days of July in the Abruzzo in Italy. We visited the Apennines, Ascoli Piceno, Montepagano, Roseto and more little places. It was amazing, as always." – Published on Aug 12, 2015 – by: claudianathalie
    • Carry-on ONLY packing for Italy (July 2015) – "I'm in Italy at the moment and here is my packing video. I first stuffed everything into a Tom Bihn Aeronaut 45 (original size) then I realized I could probably use the smaller Aeronaut 30 instead. " – Published on Aug 1, 2015 – by: favabeany
    • Rome, Italy - Walking Tour Part I - July 26, 2015 – "Visited Piazza di Spagna, Spanish Steps, Fontana della Barcaccia, Column of the Immaculate Conception, Sant'Andrea delle Fratte - Basilica church and Fontana di Trevi." – Published on Aug 29, 2015 – by: Rosa Steffensen
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  • Average Temperatures for Italy in July – "Average temperatures for July at cities and vacation spots all over Italy are listed below in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit." –  by Liz Osborn – "About" – Source: Current Results – "weather and science facts"
  • Italy Weather and When to Go – "Weather in Italy  - Gives the current weather for hundreds of Italian cities and a link to USAToday's forecasts for all of Europe." – ""  – "About Us" – Source: Found in the Italy section on tripadvisor® – ""
  • Weather in Italy in July 2016 – "Check the weather in Italy in July before you book your next holiday. Long-term weather averages give the best indication of the weather in July 2016 and include figures for temperature, sunshine and rainfall for Italy. The July weather guide for Italy shown below is for Rome." – "About us" – Source: – "travel deals for your holiday in the sun" – ""  – "" – Source: X – ""
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  • What to Wear in Italy in July – "Travelling is very pleasant and at the same time it is tiring and energy consuming. When you are on any vacation or on trip you have to decide first what you will wear on that particular day. Sometimes, you can pay less attention on dress code when anywhere in world but when in Italy choose even a single dress very wisely as Italy Travels expects more in fashion. Italy is well known for their style sense and fashion. People really become conscious of fashion and style statement when they are in Italy known as the most fashionable place. If you want to look good at that place then you need to make some of changes in your wardrobe according to below mentioned tips." – ""  – "" – Source: BestUpNow – "Automotive | Fashion | Beauty | Health | HomeParenting | Technology | Travel"  
  • What to Wear in Rome: Italy Packing List – "When in Rome, do as the Romans do! When visiting a new city, the best way to dress appropriately is by taking a look at what the locals are wearing. Rome native Lucia is here to offer Travel Fashion Girls advice on what to wear in Rome when you visit her beautiful city during the summer." – Sep 27, 2012 – by Alex – "About" – Source: Travel Fashion Girl – "is the ultimate women's travel resource for packing, fashion, and beauty!"
  • What to Wear for the Summer in Italy – "Summer travel in Italy can be a relaxing experience, unless you are woefully out of vogue. Italy travel writer Jessica Spiegel writes, "Truthfully, you can pack and wear whatever you want in Italy ... but it really is smart to think about what you are wearing and alter it slightly when visiting. You’ll fit in better, and feel more at home." Though your wardrobe doesn't have to be in the first stare of fashion, it does help to look presentable and aware of the culture. When in Rome in the summer, dress as the Romans do."  – Gigi Starr, Demand Media  – "About Us" – Source: Found in Travel Tips section on USA TODAY.COM – "Latest World and US News"
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