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Travelling on Milan's metro with a bicycle

24 April, 2020
Ah, the joys of travelling on the metro, especially in Milan. If you manage to dodge the gypsies, find a station with escalators and get on a train in peak hour, you’re doing very well. But to facilitate things, Milan’s…

The world's craziest roads: Italy's legendary Stelvio Pass

10 April, 2020
If you thought normal driving in Italy was scary enough, you’ve never seen the legendary Stelvio Pass. It has been voted one of the world’s craziest roads by Travel and Leisure magazine, among ten roads the world over which are…

Touring Rome: cycling the Appian Way

9 April, 2020
Cycling in Italy, particularly in Rome, obviously has its romantic pleasures, and in the eternal city you can only imagine the stunning streetscapes and history you can explore when cycling. The Appian Way is perfect for a cycle in Rome…

Rome by night by bicycle

8 April, 2020
Summer in Italy’s capital of Rome marks a hot and busy city until the locals start to head for the seaside, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy things from a different point of view. In fact, the eternal city…

Cycling and trekking in Sardinia: Badd'e Salighes track

3 April, 2020
According to reports, by the end of 2010, a new cycle and trekking path in Sardinia will be open. The “Alghero” track, Badde ‘e Salighes will be available for cycling, trekking and horse riding activities. It can be reached from…

Touring Italy: Pescara bridge cycling or walking

27 March, 2020
Pescara’s new Ponte del Mare, by architect Walter Pichler, is one of those civil engineering feats that combines practicality with tourism appeal. The long bridge offering a cycling and walking path, unites both shores of Pescara’s river. The two paths…
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