My Research on Guided Tours of Beautiful Italy

I plan to learn a little Italian, I have bought several books about Italy,such as the classic bestseller ,The Godfather,which written in English by Mario Puzo,and Ciao! which are a series of Italian textbooks,and several maps of Italy,so I could visit the beautiful country of Italy on my own. This is my own hobby,and how about you? If, however, you are looking to sit back and pack in as much of the country as possible, you should try one of the guided tours of Italy offered by many travel services. You will generally get a cheaper deal and you will enjoy the country on an air-conditioned coach, complete with an Italian-speaking interpreter.

I’m studying tourism in Italy, and there are reports that there are many ways to take guided tours of Italy but many of them start near the top of the country and go southward.The tour can begin in the watery canals of Venice or in the fashion capital of Milan.I have known the watery canals of Venice when I was in school many years ago.After graduating from university,I began to love surfing on the Internet,so I also know Milan well.Reports say that in Venice, visitors can take a gondola ride and eat in one of the many fine restaurants in the city. The lovely city stretches across numerous small islands in the marshy Venetian Lagoon that opens into the Adriatic Sea in the northeast part of the country. The city conveniently lies between the mouths of the Po and the Piave Rivers.

Reports say that in Milan, a tourist on one of the guided tours of Italy can take a few hours to shop the expensive shops in downtown Milan. Your guides might have purchased tickets for the group at the famous La Scala Theater. The Duomo in Milan is the second largest cathedral in the country. Many guided tours of Italy then head south, through the Tuscan hills and into the ancient and beautiful city of Florence, called Firenze in Italy. The Arno River runs through the city, also a location of many museums and churches. Florence is located in the large area of Tuscany, central Italy, with the name of the flower capital.

Reports say that many tourists go to Florence in order to see the Ponte Vecchio, a unique old bridge crossing the river that contains many quaint shops and eateries. As a Cost Engineer (Quantity Surveyor in China) and a photographer,I plan to take photos about old bridges worldwide,an old bridge is one of my favorite spots. I plan to write a book on old bridges worldwide.The Duomo of Santa Maria del Fiore is the magnificent domed cathedral within the city. On some guided tours of Florence, you will be given time to see its many lovely churches or to see the Uffizi Galleries or the Pitti Palace. Outdoors, one can see a copy of the famed statue of David by Michelangelo or the original one, in the Uffizi Museum.

Reports say that,when you think you have seen enough churches, many guided tours of Italy may take you to Rome and the Vatican,or other places where the churches and cathedrals are extremely wealthy and amazing to see. You will also see the Coliseum, the Roman Forum and the Pantheon,all parts of ancient Roman times that have been somewhat preserved.

I have my own website now. I will research tourism and photography and write articles on it.I plan to do something on tourism,photography,food and health care.I have been learning Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) for more than thirty years.I can provide personal health services on Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM).

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