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As an astonishing representation of human perfection, Michelangelo's imposing marble "David" has few rivals in the history of art. Emblematic of the guiding spirit of the Renaissance, there is no more iconic (and immediately recognizable) symbol of the genius of Italy. That's why a copy of the famou... Read more...
Cappuccino Newsletter 31 March, 2015

Cappuccino

Cappuccino is our monthly newsletter. Select Italy's travel experts provide stories about current trends and happenings in Italy.
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Il Postino

A newsletter exclusively for travel agents, Il Postino contains travel industry news, tips for trip planning and selling points for Italian destinations.
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HOW TO TRAVEL IN ITALY & NOT LOOK LIKE A CLUELESS TOURIST

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Get Around

Don't plan to drive in Naples. Road rules are different from what you're used to, and despite being confusing to most outsiders, they keep the city going. You'd be the wrench thrown in the perfectly oiled wheel! No right turn on red anywhere in Italy!

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Useful Tourist Info...

Visiting a foreign country can feel overwhelming. Don't leave home before reading this essential information on traveling in Italy.

Tips for The Travelers:
Best restaurants, food markets, shops, hidden gems and much more!

Trattoria L'Ippocampo
Restaurant
Via Marina, 43, Conca dei Marini; Tel.: 089-831153; mobile 338-3161642
L'ippocampo is the last genuine fishermen restaurant on the Amalfi coast. The Laudano brothers, who run this small trattoria, are both professional fishermen and they catch the ingredients used in the kitchen - that means the fish carpaccio is super-fresh and shouldn't be missed. "From the sea to the plate" is this restaurant's motto, and the prices are very reasonable too! The atmosphere is traditional and relaxed, immersed in a cove just five minutes from Amalfi with free shuttle boat service from/to Amalfi's harbor.

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Caffe' Torino
Cafe/Sandwich Bar
Piazza San Carlo, 4, Turin; Tel.: 011-545118
This imposing place on the Piazza San Carlo, which opened its doors in 1903, was the haunt of politicians like Einaudi and De Gaspari. In a scallop shell behind the old-fashioned bar stands the rampant bull (toro) which has been the city symbol since Torino was a Roman colony known as Augusta Taurinorum. A great place for an aperitivo, accompanied by the huge array of free munchies that is laid out on the bar.

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Italian Innovation

Librivivi

LIBRIVIVI: An Italian literary revolution: the audiobook, becomes the "audiomovie". List all books...

Librivivi Dorian Gray

LibriVivi are cutting-edge audiobooks that bring the greatest works of literature to life by means of new, emotionally engaging techniques that transform the book into a veritable "movie."

Living Comics System:
Italian Genius in Digital Art

Digital animation enters the world of comic books. Experience the first release "Sulphur & Dana" depicting the triumph of love over prejudice, discrimination and mistrust.

Living Comics - Sulphur & Dana

Introducing Whaiwhai:
New Touring Experience

The New York Times calls Whaiwhai "a high-tech Italian game that is part 'Amazing Race' and part treasure hunt, with a bit of DaVinci Code-style storytelling..."