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Do it yourself TOUR INCLUDES: Milan • Venice • Bellagio • Florence • Pisa • Positano (Amalfi Coast) • Island of Capri • Rome + TIPS One of the great journeys in Europe is Italy by Train. With today’s high-speed trains, it is a quick and easy way to see Italy’s great cities, museums, masterpieces, and the amazing Italian countryside. In this itinerary we’ll start in Milan, with day trips to Venice and Bellagio. Then off to Florence with a half day in Pisa. Then south, to the Positano on the Amalfi Coast for some beach time and relaxing in the sun, with a day trip to the Island of Capri. Circling back, we’ll head to Rome and then back to Milan to complete the route. T HA N K S F O R W A T C H I N G ! ! ! Day 1: Milan (1:03) - Duomo di Millano - Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II - Sforzesco Castle - Sempione Park - Naviglio Grande - Santa Maria della Grazie (The Last Supper) Day 2: Venice (3:34) - Rialto Bridge - St. Marks Square - St. Marks Basilica - Doges Palace - St. Marks Campanile (Bell Tower) - Bridge of Sighs - Grand Canal - Gondola Day 3: Bellagio (6:18) - Town of Esino - Town of Bellagio - Town of Varenna Day 4: Milan - Florence Day 5: Florence (8:25) - Galleria dell'Accademia (David) - Duomo - Brunelleschi's Dome (Cupola) - Baptistry - Palazzo Vecchio (Hall of 500) - Arnolfo Tower - Uffizi Gallery - Ponte Vecchio - Pitti Palace Day 6: Pisa - Florence (13:17) - Leaning Tower - Duomo - Baptistry Day 7: Florence - Positano (13:48) - Salerno - Amalfi Coast Day 8: Positano (14:44) - Town tour - Beaches - Day trips Day 9: Capri (17:26) - Marina Grande - Town of Capri - Funicolare - Luxury Shopping Day 10: Positano Day 11: Positano Day 12: Positano - Rome (19:13) Day 13: Rome (19:30) - Colosseum - Roman Forum - Trajan's Forum - Alter of the Fatherland - Trevi Fountain - Pantheon - St. Peter's Basilica (Vatican City) - Vatican Museums - Spanish Steps Day 14: Rome - Milan (24:06) Train Travel Tips (24:15) - Airports - Milan - a great starting point - Train Classes - Ticketing process - Regional/intercity trains - Safety - Train services - Eurail pass comparison Related Italy Travel Videos: Firenze Card - Climing the Dome: https://youtu.be/B6yd0c4xphI Top 5 Things to do in Florence: https://youtu.be/B6yd0c4xphI The Best way to get to Positano: https://youtu.be/Cq7yQFgbsJs Rome in a Day - Do it Yourself tour: https://youtu.be/iar1sIfJ9S0 High Speed train lines: http://www.trenitalia.com/ https://www.italotreno.it/ Inquiries: email@example.com
TOP 10 Things to Do in Kyoto Japan Guide. This Kyoto guide tours Kyoto Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kiyomizu Temple, Gion, Hanamikoji, Pontocho and Nishiki market areas. Kyoto Tour supported by https://expressvpn.com/tokyo. We experience local Kyoto street food in Nishiki market as well as local Kyoto food Hamo at a Japanese Kappo Cuisine restaurant, Japanese machiya Starbucks, yakitori restaurant and Kyoto ramen as we travel to Kyoto Pontocho and Kyoto Kawaramachi areas. Kyoto Travel Tips by a local guide. Kyoto, once the capital of Japan, is a city on the island of Honshu. It's famous for its numerous classical Buddhist temples, as well as gardens, imperial palaces, Shinto shrines and traditional wooden houses. It’s also known for formal traditions such as kaiseki dining, consisting of multiple courses of precise dishes, and geisha, female entertainers often found in the Gion district. Download the free Kyoto Map here: - https://www.tokyozebra.com/maps ---- TOP 10 Things to Do in Kyoto ---- 0:41 #1. Gion District 0:56 - Hanamikoji - https://goo.gl/maps/ywyTSSd1whE2 1:52 - Gion Shirakawa - https://goo.gl/maps/7yHgHdNKHEr 2:56 #2. Machiya Starbucks Kyoto Nineizaka Yasaka Chaya - https://goo.gl/maps/41rQ7ARTwH42 4:13 #3. Sannenzaka (Sanneizaka) - https://goo.gl/maps/agk1cBs4fEo 5:13 #4. Matcha House - https://goo.gl/maps/BchcZzDBopR2 7:31 #5. Temples and Shrine 7:53 - KiyomizuTemple - https://goo.gl/maps/JhV5wtLhG3M2 8:56 - Fushimi Inari Shrine - https://goo.gl/maps/u5KT3eQFjFr 11:08 #6. Kyoto Ramen - Wajo Ryomen Sugari - https://goo.gl/maps/x28wEEU6kow 13:11 #7 Pontocho Alley - https://goo.gl/maps/KXyYz2ZawkN2 13:48 - Happy Stand Bar - https://goo.gl/maps/WGEM6zua2522 14:11 - Pontocho Yasohachi Yakitori - https://goo.gl/maps/qSMTpuxstY32 15:15 #8. Shopping Area - Kawaramachi - https://goo.gl/maps/FG5gDXhnron 16:43 #9. Nishiki Market - https://goo.gl/maps/YgiWdL4sHDs 17:37 #10. Kappo restaurant recommendations Maeda ¥20,000~ - https://tabelog.com/en/kyoto/A2601/A260301/26020923/ Gion Nishikawa ¥15,000~ - https://tabelog.com/en/kyoto/A2601/A260301/26007611/ Gion Oowatari ¥20,000~ - https://tabelog.com/en/kyoto/A2601/A260301/26014312/ Mizai ¥30,000~ - https://tabelog.com/en/kyoto/A2601/A260301/26002279/ Thanks to ExpressVPN for sponsoring this video. Without their support, I would not have been able to make this Kyoto Guide for you guys. Go to https://expressvpn.com/tokyo, to take back your Internet privacy TODAY and find out how you can get 3 months free. ----- Channel Support ----- Want to help SUPPORT my channel or wanna buy me a BEER? Thank you in advance! - PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/paolofromtokyo - Venmo: PaolofromTokyo (venmo.com/paolofromtokyo) - Bitcoin: 1AUZW1Emio4qtRiBir3EUDey1zi3ssoRsw - Ethereum: 0x8BED5234269BC71F259453271bcC24D674Dcb792 - Litecoin: LTR51yyhoTzRnKdz5UpAir1TKJ6PrB1Cfn OR Check out one of the SHIRTS I wear in my videos - https://www.zazzle.com/paolofromtokyo ----- Business ----- Want to send me stuff? I'll open it on the Vlog. For ADDRESS - https://goo.gl/QB1Fnq Want me to feature your business on the Vlog? firstname.lastname@example.org ---- Help me with Translations? ------ http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCixD9UbKvDxzGNiPC_fgHyA ----- For more info about me ----- I'm from TOKYO JAPAN, I've been living here for a long time. I'll be your Tokyo Travel Guide and show you things to do here as well as show you what to do all around Japan and anywhere else I travel to. I'm also into Tech so you'll see a few videos about my drone and other cool toys I discover. To break it down, the channel is all about Tokyo, Travel and Tech. -Website https://www.tokyozebra.com/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paolofromtokyo - Twitter: https://twitter.com/paolofromtokyo - Instagram: http://instagram.com/paolofromtokyo ----- My Film Gear ----- - Canon 80d w/ Lens (Standard) - Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 (USA Link) https://amzn.to/2Pw8mlq (International) http://geni.us/pyBIG7S - Canon Lens (Wide) - Canon EF-S 10-18mm (USA Link) https://amzn.to/2Q1rsiV (International) http://geni.us/KmUsuoV - Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 Art (USA Link) https://amzn.to/2NzjcCd (International) http://geni.us/TahYv4x - Rode Videomicro Microphone (USA Link) https://amzn.to/2B7HnUM (International) http://geni.us/ZaFl4a - Sennheiser AVX Digital Wireless Microphone (USA Link) https://amzn.to/2NFngkI (International) http://geni.us/WPtio9w - Joby GorillaPod 5K Stand (USA Link) https://amzn.to/2LKhM6e (International) http://geni.us/DfeI - DSLR Gimbal - Zhiun Crane 2 (USA Link) https://amzn.to/2Pu6Ekx (International) http://geni.us/bqWB - DJI Mavic Pro Drone (Original) (USA Link) https://amzn.to/2K6qrAW (International) http://geni.us/UFAFl3c - Joby GorillaPod Magnetic (USA Link) https://amzn.to/2Pu5qpr (International) http://geni.us/tDbXK - For a complete list of my gear: https://www.tokyozebra.com/my-gear/ Music: http://www.epidemicsound.com/
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Join us as visit Rome, Italy in this travel guide covering the best things to do in the city including top attractions and foods worth trying. Given the amount of travel we've done in Europe it is hard to believe that it took us this long to properly visit Rome (Roma). However, the wait was certainly worth it as the city has so much to offer visitors. Let's find out why all roads lead to Rome!
20 Things to do in Rome City Tour | Italy Travel Guide: (ROMA ITALIA)
Intro - 00:01
1) Piazza Navona - 00:24
2) Campo de' Fiori Street Market - 01:12
3) Pizza at Roscioli - 02:03
4) Largo di Torre Argentina - 04:53
5) Pantheon - 05:40
6) Gelato at Giolitti - 06:24
7) Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi) - 07:42
8) Palatine Hill (Palatino) visiting Palace of Domitian - 08:07
9) Roman Forum (Foro Romano) - 08:53
10) Colosseum / Coliseum (Colosseo) - 09:13
11) Italian Lunch eating pasta - 10:09
12) Vatican City (Città del Vaticano) - 10:57
13) Vatican Museum (Musei Vaticani) - 11:13
14) St. Peter’s Basilica (Basilica San Pietro in Vaticano) for views of Rome - 12:10
15) Villa Borghese Gardens - 14:50
16) Piazza del Popolo - 15:12
17) Mausoleum of Hadrian (Castel Sant’Angelo) - 15:26
18) Spanish Steps (Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti) - 15:43
19) Tiber River walk at night (Tevere) - 16:19
20) Rome by night + Outro - 16:30
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Our visit Rome travel guide covers some of the top attractions including a food guide to local Italian food, top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day and by night including visiting cathedrals, pizzerias, ruins, parks, the coliseum and the Vatican City. We cover activities you won't find in a typical Rome tourism brochure, Rome itinerary or Rome, Italy city tour also known as Roma Italia.
20 Things to do in Rome, Italy Travel Guide Video Transcript: (ROMA)
Rome, the Eternal City. After several trips to Italy, we finally managed to visit our biggest oversight: the capital! From wandering through Roman ruins to devouring pizza, and climbing up lookout points to feasting on gelato, in this travel guide, we’re going to share with you 20 things to do in Rome, Italy:
We reached Roscioli which was the best pizza in Rome. Pizzas are served by the weight and we sampled 7 different pizza slices.
We stopped at Largo di Torre Argentina an archaeological site home to four different temples containing parts of the portico of Pompey.
It was a short walk to the Pantheon, a former Roman temple turned church, which dates back to the year 125 AD. The Pantheon boasted the world’s largest cupola up until the 15th century, and it is still the largest unreinforced concrete dome in existence to this day making it one of the greatest architectural achievements by the ancient Romans.
If you want to find the best gelato, look for colours that are muted with small batches.
One of the many things to do in Rome, was to visit the Trevi Fountain. This is the largest Baroque fountain in the city.
Rome’s most famed attraction is the Colosseum and its surrounding ruins. We started our visit on Palatine Hill, the most central of Rome's seven hills. What visitors see today are the ruins of the Palace of Domitian, a 1st-century complex, which served as the main imperial palace for 300 years. We continued to the Roman Forum. This square was the centre of ancient Roman life, with government buildings, temples, and markets. We reached the Colosseum, which was the largest amphitheatre ever built and could hold an estimated 50,000 and 80,000 spectators.
Walking through the Vatican Museum was more overwhelming than enjoyable. We visited Vatican City to climb St. Peter’s Basilica for views of Rome.
Castel Sant’Angelo was commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family.
Villa Borghese is the 3rd largest public park in Rome with gardens, villas, and ponds with views of the city overlooking Piazza del PO-polo, the people’s square.
That concludes our tour of Rome showcasing the many things to do in Rome on your own trip.
This is part of our Travel in Italy video series showcasing Italian food, Italian culture and Italian cuisine.
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