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Monday, 25 February 2013 23:25

Traveling by foot

The European long-distance paths, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_long-distance_paths, are a network of long-distance footpathsthat traverse Europe.

Slow Travel Italy, http://www.slowtrav.com/italy/notes/general/pk_hiking.htm, will help you figure out the best places to hike and walk in Italy.

 VieWwoof (“Wwoof routes”) is a project that has been supported by Wwoof Italy, in partnership with Ammappalitalia, the aim of which is to promote and facilitate a sustainable mobility that enables people to gain knowledge about and take care of the surrounding territory. By mapping routes that can only be travelled on foot, by bicycle and with animals, VieWwoof is creating a network that connects Wwoof hosts between each other, to public-transport hubs and to nearby towns.

Monday, 25 February 2013 23:12

Traveling by Bicycle

Euro Velo, http://www.eurovelo.org/, is a project of the European
Cyclists' Federadtion (ECF) to develop a network of high-quality cycling
routes that connect the whole continent.

Cycling Europe, http://www.cycling-europe.com/, What better way to
experience the picturesque European countryside’s quaint villages, historic
sites and ancient cities than by bike.

A website for when you are on the road on your bike


Monday, 25 February 2013 16:22

Traveling by Train

The Official Eurail Website, tells you all you need to
know about train travel in Europe on one comprehensive site.

RailEurope, provides information about rail travel
in Europe, as well as online booking.

Deutsche Bahn, covers the whole of Europe
including the UK.

Railpass.com, offers train information, passes and
tickets for travel in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and North America.

Seat61.com, a website by a British railway enthusiast,
provides a lot of useful information about railway travel in many

Traveling by train within in Italy can be really inexpensive, but you must follow these instructions:


GB flag - click on ticket - fill in journey - click on View All Solutions at bottom of page.

For regional (regionale) trains you can buy your ticket at train station and you do not need a reservation, the price is the same and on line booking for some trains is not possible! 

For the fast trains  - Freccia rossa/argenta/bianca you need to book on line and they are costly!