ITALY IS WAITING FOR OUR RETURN WITH OPEN ARMS!
There is light at the end of the tunnel, and soon we will once again be able to send customers back to Italy!
Since the COVID outbreak, Italy has had to close its borders on numerous occasions to help control the spread of this highly contagious virus, however as global populations get vaccinated, soon the country will be reopening its doors to international tourism.
Starting in June 2021, the European Union will be introducing a Digital Vaccination Passport which will allow any fully vaccinated travelers within the Union to travel to Italy and not require quarantine.
A slice of heaven comes to Boston
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L’estate nera di Roma Perché mancano i turisti
Il dato è di quelli da far impallidire: -20 per cento nei flussi turistici dell’estate. La doccia fredda, peraltro già nell’aria, è arrivata con gli ultimi numeri di Federalberghi Lazio: in un anno d’oro per il turismo italiano, Roma, centro nevralgico e motore anche dei flussi di visitatori della Penisola, è una delle poche destinazioni del Paese che non solo non è cresciuta, ma ha subito una battuta d’arresto senza precedenti.
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Two Lucky Viewers Win an Etruscan Culinary Adventure in Italy!
Donna Franca, owner of Donna Franca Tours is cooking an easy delicious Italian dish with Rach and is also giving away two trips to Italy! Each trip for two includes Donna’s 5-night Etruscan Culinary Adventure, perfect for food lovers and is worth over $5,000. Delizioso!
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