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Easter in Sicily: 30% OFF with GNV

Posted:12 March 2019 16:26

Plan a Spring holiday in Sicily, for less – with Grandi Navi Veloci new offer!

Up to 15% OFF with Grandi Navi Veloci

Posted:10 March 2019 13:58

Start planning your next summer holiday now: by booking early, you can benefit from a 15% discount on all Grandi Navi Veloci crossings, between 1st May and 30th November 2019.

Elba: up to 20% OFF with Blu Navy

Posted:01 February 2019 11:09 Ferry Operator: Blu Navy

Sail to the island of Elba with Blu Navy, at the best price!

Venice to Croatia for just €55

Posted:23 January 2019 14:54 Ferry Operator: Atlas Kompas

Atlas Kompas's 2019 bookings are now open and to celebrate there are special fares between Venice and Croatia.

Save Up to 30% on Italy - Greece

Posted:15 January 2019 00:00 Ferry Operator: European Seaways

Book your ferry tickets between Italy and Greece early with European Seaways and save up to 30% on your passenger fare and up to 20% on your car fare.

Mediterranea: up to 30% OFF Grimaldi Lines sailings

Posted:11 January 2019 11:35 Ferry Operator: Grimaldi Lines

Sail the Mediterranean Sea with Grimaldi Lines and save up to 30% when booking with Direct Ferries.

About Italy

Of all European countries, Italy is perhaps the hardest to classify.

It is a modern, industrialized nation. It is the harbinger of style, its designers leading the way with each season's fashions. But it is also, to an equal degree, a Mediterranean country, with all that that implies.

The Italians are strongly family-oriented, with an emphasis on the traditions and rituals of the Catholic Church which, notwithstanding a growing scepticism among the country's youth, still dominates people's lives here to an immediately obvious degree.

Italy only became a unified state in 1861 and, as a result, Italians often feel more loyalty to their region than the nation as a whole - something manifest in different cuisines, dialects, landscape and often varying standards of living. There is also, of course, the country's enormous cultural legacy - Tuscany alone has more classified historical monuments than any country in the world; there are considerable remnants of the Roman Empire all over the country, notably of course in Rome itself; and every region retains its own relics of an artistic tradition generally acknowledged to be among the world's richest.