ItalyGuides.it: Italy Video Guides
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Our passion is about revolutionizing the world of tourism and art. Italy's artistic patrimony is one of the greatest and most fascinating in the world. This podcast is designed to present Italy's enormous art and nature heritage at its very best, like never before!
|1||CleanVideoWe love Italy and You?||ItalyGuides.it is a small project dedicated to Italy but with big ambitions. That’s why we’re here to...||3/3/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||CleanVideoSistine Chapel: Last Judgment by Michelangelo||Discover the masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance with this exciting video in 3D.||9/30/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||CleanVideoI Love Rome||Planning a holiday to Italy?||9/28/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||CleanVideoFlorence in a Nutshell||Florence, small and immense and at the same time, is an open air museum grown more beautiful over the centuries; a real treasure chest!||3/5/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|5||CleanVideoRome in a Nutshell||This guide will make it easier to uncover Rome, offering lots of practical advice that will help you discover and enjoy the city in all its glory.||6/8/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
|6||CleanVideoTeaser trailer||Coming soon on your TV!||3/22/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
How great for free!
Florence in a nutshell is just that. Not a LOT of info can be fit into its 10 or so minutes, but the photography was stunning on my iPad and I did learn several important tips. It was very interesting, and I'll be glad to share it with my travel partner during our long plane trip to Europe. I hope they soon make more!
practical - and with intrigue!
The Rome podcast explained the best boundaries of Rome in which to stay for the most convenient access to the main attractions. It also included practical details, such as public transit ticket types as well. I learned in the ten minutes of the lively podcast what would have taken hours of research. Thanks for this source of information -- and yes, thanks also for the tip to throw a coin in that fountain to be able to return to Rome, again!