How to Get to Portofino

Ferry to Portofino

How to Get to Portofino by Air, Train, Bus and Ferry: Portofino is located about 45km east of Genoa on the eastern stretch of the Italian Riviera. Genoa is the hub for all transportation along the Italian Riviera and from Genoa to Positano travellers have a choice of travel by train or ferry. Portofino is […]

Suntan on the Ferry from Positano to Sorrento

Positano Ferries

Positano Ferries: Travel by Ferry from Positano to Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast: When we visited Positano on a quick tour from Sorrento, we travelled by mini-bus. Our tour guide did not mention that we could easily return to Sorrento by ferry and so after a quick two-hour stay in Positano everyone went back to […]

How to Get to Positano

Positano cruises

How to Get to Positano by Bus, Ferry and Road: Positano is a very popular tourist destination and each year thousands of visitors come to Positano and the Amalfi Coast during the summer vacations.  The bus and ferry are the two most convenient transportation means although there are other ways to reach Positano. By Air […]

How to Get to Siena

How to go to Siena

How to Get to Siena by Air, Bus, Train and Car: Being in the centre of Tuscany, and surrounded by Pisa, Florence, Arezzzo and Grosseto, Siena is easily reachable from any of these Tuscan towns. By Air If you’re flying into Italy, the closest international airports to Siena are the Aeroporto di Firenze (Florence Airport) […]

Bologna Airport (BLQ) – Bologna Airport Transfers

Bologna Airport Transfers

Bologna Airport Transfers by Bus, Train and Car: Bologna is the largest city in the Emilia-Romagna region and the Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport (Aeroporto di Bologna-Guglielmo Marconi) is the main airport servicing this region. Close to 6 million passengers pass through Bologna Airport (BLQ) annually, making it the seventh busiest airport in Italy. The airport […]

How to Get to Cortina d’Ampezzo

Cortina d'Ampezzo

How to Get to Cortina d’Ampezzo by Bus and Train: Cortina d’Ampezzo is situated on top of the Valle del Boite in the Dolomites. This very popular ski-resort town is 72 km from the town of Belluno, 162 km from Venice, 432 km from Milan and 692 km from Rome. There is no train station […]

How to Get to Castel Gandolfo from Rome

Castel Gandolfo

Travel to Castel Gandolfo by Public Transport: As the summer residence of the Pope, Castel Gandolfo is a very popular with people of the Catholic faith. They flock to this town from around Italy and overseas whenever there is a religious event or when the Pope gives an audience. Castel Gandolfo commune itself is very […]

How to Get to San Gimignano

How to Get to San Gimignano

Getting to San Gimignano by Train, Bus or Car: San Gimignano is a small Tuscan hill-town situated about half way between Florence and Siena. Although there is no train station in this town and the closest airports in the region are either Firenze or Pisa Airport, San Gimignano is nevertheless easily accessible by car or […]

How to Get to Sorrento

Sorrento Marina Piccola

How to Get to Sorrento by Bus, Boat, Train and Plane: Sorrento is in the Campania region in southern Italy, about 210 km south of Rome. With its cliff-top resorts and luxury hotels, this small tourist town is a good base from which to explore the Amalfi Coast, Capri and the ancient city of Pompeii. […]

Italo – Italy’s New ‘Ferrari’ High-Speed Train

Italian High speed train

Italo – The New Italian High-Speed Train Looks Like the Train Equivalent of Ferrari Cars: From April 2012, the sleek-looking red ‘Italo’  high-speed trains has started criss-crossing the landscape of Italy and no doubt turning heads. The wow factor – they look like the rail equivalent of Ferrari cars, with speed to match. Nuovo Trasporto […]