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John Galietti

The Amalfi Coast is my passion and area of expertise. I am very familiar with the history of the region. I can discuss accomodations in many of the towns along the coast. None of my passions are greater than that of food. I can be of great help with the food and restaurants of this coast. I believe that I have a total understanding of how to travel and get around when visiting this area.....something that can be quite helpful.

Peter Kilby

Can answer questions on general travel in Italy (in particular in Rome, Florence, Tuscany, Umbria and Venice) with a focus on history, art and museums.

Andrew Smith

I can answer questions on Italy in general and more specifically on the regions of Italy I cover on my websites and namely the Veneto Piedmont, Marche and Sardinia. I am also very able to answer any Italian business related questions owing to my extensive business experience in Italy over the last ten years. My wife Maria is Italian and her family has lived in the Veneto region of Italy for countless generations. Anything I don't know she is happy to help me answer!


All about the wonderful Italian northwest Ligurian Riviera, called "Le 5 Terre", a compound of old fishermen villages: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore. Ligurian food. The Italian mentality, way of living, culture,food and politics, in general.

Stefano Ulissi

I am a dual US-Italian citizen and own a house in a small Italian village, Valle San Giovanni, which is a suburb of city of Teramo in the Abruzzo region. I have constructed an English-language website for this town ( Am willing to provide information related to subjects of visiting the city and the province of Teramo.

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2017-03-18 venice travel:

Hello Dorothy,    You don't have to book in advance and if you did via the internet you would be charged a premium via a "middle man" anyway!    There are four possibilities (1) private watertaxi from

2017-03-07 Train from Venice to Rome:

Hello Matt,    The Frecce (Rossa or Argento) are the fastest trains between Venice and Rome.  Trains between Venezia Santa Lucia and Roma Termini leave twice per hour and take fewer than 4 hours to arrive

2017-01-05 Day tour of Rome:

Hello Jan,    Yes I'm still doing tours in Rome, Florence and various locations in southern Tuscany like Arezzo and Cortona and in Umbria I continue to tour in Perugia, Assisi and Orvieto.     I wonder

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