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12 More Quotes About Italy That Make You Want to Go There

12 More Quotes About Italy The beautiful country of Italy, with its lush, rolling countryside, its gorgeous shores, and its rich culture and traditions, is something that we are always passionate about. Yes, we love Italy A LOT, and we have made it our mission to try to help people experience everything that Italy has to offer, and help them fall in love with it, too. As usual, though, don’t just take our word for it. Instead, in this new set of quotes about Italy, we’ll let the words of famous artists and poets convince you just how lovely Italy can be, and that you should definitely head there soon to see for yourself what all the praise is about! We’ll never really run out of good things to say about Italy, and people who have experienced this awesome country have also found themselves in the same situation. So, in [...]

11 Quotes About Italy and How Awesome It Is

11 Quotes About Italy and How Awesome It Is As you all probably know by now, there are so many reasons and ways to fall in love with the beautiful country that is Italy. We often write about it and share photos of it, because we truly believe that Italy is an experience that everyone needs to get a taste of at least once in their lifetimes. Today, however, we’re going to let other people do the talking, and share with you 11 quotes about Italy and how awesome it really is! Traveling to Italy can be magical, or transformative, or however you wish to describe it, but the guarantee is that traveling to a place with such a rich culture and history can change a person for the better, whether it be in a small way or a big way. But don’t just take our word for it. Take [...]

Quotes About Italy, Which Ones Inspire You Most?

One of Tour Italy Now’s Facebook followers, one Maurizio Mallo, posted this wonderful quote on Facebook earlier this week: “A man who has not been in Italy, is always conscious of an inferiority, from his not having seen what it is expected a man should see” – Samuel Johnson (English Poet, Critic and Writer. 1709-1784) Samuel Johnson articulated this sentiment in the era of the Grand Tour, a journey through Europe that educated young men of means were expected to take to appreciate European history, art and culture, classical Rome and the Renaissance. The itinerary of course was heavy on Italy. From Wikipedia: Once in Italy, the tourist would visit Turin (and, less often, Milan), then might spend a few months in Florence, where there was a considerable Anglo-Italian society accessible to traveling Englishmen “of quality” and where the Tribuna of the Uffizi gallery brought together in one space the [...]