Il Mio Futuro Viaggio – Pianificara B

Questo pianificara B.

This is Plan B.

Vedi Pianificara A qui.


Plan B Possible from
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I miei amici saranno a Italia in octobre 2017.  Il mio piano è lo stesso. Pero volgio essere in Firenze or Lucca per uno mese e    farò visita Venezia, Trieste, Bologna, Roma, Sorrento, Alberobello e Milano.

Allora … My friends are going to a place outside of Arezzo for a couple of weeks in October 2017. My plan is the same.  But I also want to be in Florence or Lucca for one month and I will visit Venice, Trieste, Bologna, Rome, Sorrento, Alberobello and Milan.


My wishlists




  • I Borghi più belli d’Italia – The most beautiful towns of Italy. An english-italian website with details and pictures of beautiful little towns, sorted by region.

My wishlist Lazio

  • Rome
    • Via di Monserrato
    • Campo d’ fiori
    • Via dei Cappellari
    • Piazza Navona
    • Basilica of Our Lady in Trastevere
    • Auditorium Parco della Musica
    • Piazza Garibaldi on Gianicolo Hill.  Outdoor public square anchored by a statue of Giuseppe Garibaldi affording hilltop views of Rome.
    • San Severa


My wishlist Toscana

  • Florence
  • Volterra
  • Castiglion Fiorentino
  • Siena – San Gimignano, Province of Siena
  • San Donato In Collina FI
  • Pitigliano
  • Saturnia

  • Cortona
  • Lucca
  • Arezzo


My wishlist Emilia-Romagna


My wishlist Liguria

  • San Remo
  • Cinque Terre —Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore
  • Boat from La Spezia to Porto Venere (wiki)
  • Towers of Albegna


My wishlist Lombardia

My wishlist Veneto

My wishlist Friuli-Venezia-Giulia

  • Historical Museum of the Castle of Miramare (Trieste)
  • Udine


My wishlist Trento-Alto Adige


My wishlist Puglia


My wishlist Campania

  • Naples from Kate in GA (discus) We lived in Italy for 3 years courtesy of the USAF and enjoyed Southern Italy immensely. Having lived in the area near Naples, I encourage you to consider a few days in this incredibly beautiful and historic city. Don’t be content with just Pompeii and Capri. Herculaneum is even better than Pompeii and it is better preserved. These folks had a few hours warning and were able to protect some of their belongings and culture. Go to the Cameo factories in Torre del Greco and check out the “cameo” made from polished lava. And eat at Pizza al Metre (Pizza by the Meter) in Sorrento. In Naples, you must go to the National Museum. All the treasures of Pompeii not taken to Britain are housed in Naples. And the Museum is on the Mergelina coast-breathtaking views of Capri and beyond. The Capodimonte factory gives amazing tours. And the Museo di San Martino has the world’s largest display of Presepes, the traditional Italian crèche scenes. Along those lines, go into the heart of old Naples to the Duomo (Cathedral) and see the vials of the blood of San Gennaro (St. Januarius) which miraculously liquefies each year on his feast, 19 September. Just around the corner from the Duomo is the most wonderful little bakery that sells Neapolitan cheesecake, made from ricotta and pine nuts. And that is at the start of the famous “Christmas Alley” where you can buy your own replica presepe figures and stables. A very special place not accessible via bus or car is in Spaca Napoli (ancient Naples). It is the private chapel of San Severo. The world famous “Veiled Christ” will stir your heart as will the Release from Despair statue. This is the most amazing small collection of unbelievable life-like statuary I have ever seen. And well worth the 3E admission. Piazza Muicipio is where the city buildings are with views of the two castles. Presently the center of town is somewhat torn up because an ancient Phoenician sailing ship was discovered under the Piazza when they began to excavate for a new train line. New catacombs have also been discovered under this area. One housed artifacts of St. Callistus, a black African monk who founded a school in Naples centuries ago. If you are military on travel, there are excellent BX and Commissary facilities at the airport – Capodichino- and a few American hamburgers and such. And if you are looking for the absolutely best vacation hotel spot, try the Camping Averno just off the Tangentiale near Pozzuoli. This area, west of Naples, has ruins of a 3000 year old Greek settlement called Cuma and the city square of Pozzuoli boasts a Temple of Seraphide that is that age and delicately beautiful. Pozzuoli offers entre to an active mud-bubbling volcano (La Solfatara) and the chapel of San Gennarro where he was decapitated in the 300s. Eat fresh seafood right there on the waterfront! Naples is a part of what Italians call the Mezzogiorno – the mid-day. It is hot in the middle of the day and that slows a body down. So in the Mezzogiorno, life is taken a bit more slowly. These Southerner are friendly and warm and open. Watch out for pick-pocket scunizzi (street children). But don’t let them deter you from enjoying this jewel in Italy’s crown.
  • Amalfitana – Postitano
  • The Archaeological Site of Paestum, Salerno
  • Sorrento



Metaponto – Greek archeology

Province of Matera


Eccetera in Canadian dollars.

Health Ins. Blu Cross Plus max 69 days $163.20    20% discount applied
  • Hospital and Medical coverage in an emergency
  • This package does not require a

    Health Declaration

  • Air Flight Accident up to $300,000
  • Accidental Death and Dismemberment up to $100,000
  • Trip Cancellation
  • Trip Interruption
  • Baggage up to $1,500

TD  five months

Pricing options – 55+ Extended Stay quote  $772.65