I lived in Italy in the early 1990’s and the only reason I left is because I ran out of cash.
Travelers are drawn to Italy for its diverse landscape, artistic treasure hunts, architectural marvels, culinary adventures, and a culture as mild as the climate. With so much to see, experience (and eat), it’s easy to spend a small fortune Italy and return home with a full belly, but an empty wallet.
Yet it doesn’t have to be that way.
Whether for a weekend getaway, a week-long vacation, or even a business trip, in this book you’ll find all kinds of free activities – great, meaningful travel experiences.
Be in the know! Learn how to get free things like:
• Outdoor movies on the Tiber River
• Guided tours of historic ruins
• Have your sins removed by ascending the Holy Staircase (this alone is worth the price of the book!)
• Take a thermal bath
• Bring the kids to a Renaissance children’s art museum
• Discover the best historic walking path through Rome
• The biggest collection of Alpha Romeos
• Watch Venetian gondolas be made
• Go to a free Italian film festival
• Sample free Italian wines before dinner
• Know when the top Roman attractions are free
All you have to know is where to look. And this book is exactly the tool for it.
I’m not talking about discount or cheap travel. I’m talking FREE.
The difference between this and other travel books is that:
1) It only lists free attractions (or when paid attractions are free)
2) it’s exclusively formatted for the Kindle and Kindle App
3) It’s interactive, so you can easily access directions from your current location, reviews from other travelers, and images, video, and contextual information
So, how free is free? In this book, free can mean totally free, free with the purchase of something else, or free during certain times.
FOR ALL TYPES OF TRAVELERS
This book includes attractions for those who love to eat, to enjoy museums, to hear live music, to enjoy the outdoors, and to stay out all night long. For the most adventurous travelers, -- those taking their kids -- there’s an entire section on free family travel activities.
Included, is a list of the discount cards each Italian city offers and an appendix filled with free resources to help you plan your trip or use while you’re in country.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. Interactive Map
3. Free Museums
4. Free Transportation
5. Free Outdoor Activities
6. Free Kids Activities
7. Free Music, Theater, and Performances
8. Free Food and Drinks
9. Free Arts and Architecture
10. Free Tours
11. Free Festivals
13. Appendix: Free Trip Planning & Traveler Resources
14. About The Author
• Rome - 45 attractions
• Venice - 14 attractions
• Florence - 14 attractions
• Napoli- 3 attractions
• Lazio -3 attractions
• Tuscany - 3 attractions
• Turin - 3 attractions
• Milan - 2 attractions
• Siena- 2 attractions
• Torino - 1 attraction
• Città del Vaticano - 1 attraction
• Leggiuno Varese - 1 attraction
• Vernante Cuneo - 1 attraction
• Genova - 1 attraction
• Sardinia - 1 attraction
Each entry includes a well-researched description of the attraction, along with contact information, and links to their website and Facebook page.
In each entry, you can click on a Google Map link to get your proximity to the attractions or directions.
Each entry also includes contact information and links to websites, images, and videos to learn more about the attraction’s historical and cultural context.
There are also some beautiful and descriptive images of the attractions dispersed throughout.
BUY THIS BOOK!
Buy this book now and you’ll be surprised how you can experience for free the same attractions tourists are paying top dollar for.
Enjoy Rome and Italy without the sucking sound in your wallet. At just $2.99, it could save you hundreds!!