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Rick Steves Italy (Venice, Florence, Rome)

By Rick Steves

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Rick Steves Italy (Venice, Florence, Rome) is a collection of "Travel with Rick Steves" radio interviews featuring travel tips and lessons from Rick and the expert teachers who guide Rick Steves' tours, audio tours of these cities' most notable museums and historic sites, and excerpts from Rick Steves' books. Whether you're heading off on your own or taking a guided tour, Rick Steves Italy (Venice, Florence, Rome) will help you enjoy the richest and most meaningful travel experience possible. Audio tour content is excerpted from Rick Steves guidebooks. All rights reserved. You'll find related travel information for these destinations at

Customer Reviews

Italy begins

Great info to begin your tour of Italy

Steves still awesome!

I'm heading to England for a semester abroad in the fall, and as usual, Rick Steves does not disappoint in preparing me for travels! Lots of fascinating history, culture, and tips in this podcast!

Misleading info

Whoa, when talking about the Arch of Constantine, this guy really mischaracterizes a major chapter in western civilization history. The reason that Constantine legalized all religions ( not just Christianity) is still debated among scholars today. This guy makes it sound like Constantine legalized Christianity bc Constantine's mother was a Christian, and transformed it from being an "obscure" Jewish sect. There's a lot more to that story, and Christianity may not have been all that obscure by 300AD. Makes me wonder what else this guide way oversimplified.