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Welcome to Italy to letYou can choose and rent accommodation in Italy especially selected by us orbook directly from the o...
Positano .... (for more visit the Italy guide in the above menu)Italy is the fourth most visited country in the world, Mor...
Most famous Islands: Sicily, Sardinia, Aeolian islands, Egadi islands, Pantelleria, Lampedusa,Giglio, Elba, Capri, Ischia,...
Emergency Telephone Number118 for Medical Emergencies12 Phone Directory Assistance112 for Carabinieris service113 for Emer...
tourist places around the world, are at pickpocket risk. One should always be on alert for thesepetty thieves and preventi...
Norway - Via Terme Deciane, 7 Tel 06/5717031South Africa - Via Tanaro, 14 Tel 06/852541Spain - Via Campo Marzio, 34 Tel 06...
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Holiday Accommodation Rentals in Italy

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You will find here an excellent selection of holiday resorts, simple or luxury villas with pool,
affordable apartments or villas near the sea, self-catering apartments with sea view, bed and
breakfast, hotel and lots of other types of lodging to rent in Italy.

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Holiday Accommodation Rentals in Italy

  1. 1. Welcome to Italy to letYou can choose and rent accommodation in Italy especially selected by us orbook directly from the ownersWe regularly have new additions so we can cater for all tastes. Browse through our extensivedatabase of holiday accommodation rentals. Whether you are travelling alone, as a couple, orpart of a big group or small family, you will find here an excellent selection of holiday resorts,simple or luxury villas with pool, affordable apartments or villas near the sea, self-cateringapartments with sea view, bed and breakfast, hotel and lots of other types of lodging to rent inItaly.Italy is known worldwide for a variety of reasons. Great food and wine, stunning landscapes,beaches and relaxation. The country is packed with a variety of coasts, mountains, hills, fields,archeological sites and museums.There are many places which are really worth visiting and spending time in.our suggestions are:Historical cities: Roma, Florence, Venice, Pisa, Siena, Genoa, Naples, Palermo.... (for moreinformation and rental suggestions please visit Italy guide in the above menu)Picturesque towns: Portofino, Lucca, Taormina, Cefalu, Trapani, Amalfi, Sorrento, Pompei,Italytolet is owned by ARTeUTILe Ltd64 Leed road - LS21 1BT - Otley - West Yorkshire – UKTel. +44 (0)1943 466 866http://www.italytolet.com/
  2. 2. Positano .... (for more visit the Italy guide in the above menu)Italy is the fourth most visited country in the world, More than 40 million foreigners touchdown to visit some of the most amazing places in the world during just one year. Half of theworlds historic and artistic assets are within its boundaries (UNESCO).Italy is situated on the southern border of Europe and her peninsula, with surrounding islands,reaches almost to the coast of Africa. This geographical position is what makes Italy reallyinteresting as the different civilizations which have made Italy their home left behind a piece oftheir history.Italy has 23 National Parks, 89 Regional Parks, 270 Regional Reserves, 142 State Reserves, 47Marsh reserves and 7 Marine Reserves, which are protected zones managed either by the Statein some form - Regional Councils, Provincial Councils and Municipalities - or by theenvironmental and protection associations such as Italia Nostra, WWF, Lega Ambiente,Greenpeace, LIPU, Touring Club, etc.Best Beaches: The best beaches in Italy are in the south, Apulia, Calabria , Sicily and in Sardinia.Sicily: San Vito lo Capo, Trapani and Scopello (west) - Cefalu (north) Letojanni and Taormina(east) - Pachino, Pozzallo and Marina di Modica (south) Sardinia: Emerald Coast (North east) -Spiaggia della Pelosa (North west) - Cala Luna (East coast) - Baia Chia (South west) Calabria: CiròMarina (east coast) tropea , capo vaticano (west coast), pizzo calabro (west coast, Paola ( westcoast) Apulia: Manfredonia and all the Gargano (north coast) Otranto and santa Maria di Leuca( South coast)Italytolet is owned by ARTeUTILe Ltd64 Leed road - LS21 1BT - Otley - West Yorkshire – UKTel. +44 (0)1943 466 866http://www.italytolet.com/
  3. 3. Most famous Islands: Sicily, Sardinia, Aeolian islands, Egadi islands, Pantelleria, Lampedusa,Giglio, Elba, Capri, Ischia, La Maddalena, Caprera, Montecristo ...Great Lakes: Lake Como, Lake Maggiore and Lake Garda.Famous Ski resorts: Courmayeur, Cortina dAmpezzo, Bormio, Val Gardena, Breuil - Cervinia,Sauze dOulx, Canazie di Fassa, Bardonecchia, Arabba, Sestriere, Livigno.The National Parks Abruzzo, Gran Paradiso, Circeo, Stelvio, Calabria, Pollino, Monti Sibillini,Archipelago Tuscany, the Caserta Forests, the Belluno Dolomite mountains, Aspromonte,Cilento-Valle di Diano, Gargano, Gran Sasso-Laga, Maiella, Val Grande, Vesuvius, andGennargentu-Asinara-Golfo di Orosei, Alta Murgia, Appennino Tosco-Emiliano, Arcipelago LaMaddalena, Cinqueterre, Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona, Campigna, Lo zingaro reserve(Scopello).The Mediterranean DietHanded on from one generation to the next over the centuries, the Italian Mediterranean dietis based on seasonal fresh produce with a rich variety of fruit and vegetables to complementthe staple pasta dishes. The culture of food is so deeply entrenched in the Italian way of lifethat food is so often a passionate topic of converastion. Even traditional national dishes varyin accordance to the region they are in. In recent decades the Mediterranean diet has gainedwidespread acclaim because of its recognised health value (World Health Organisation).Italy is a very romantic place which makes it ideal for both honeymooners and couples alikeUseful TipsItalytolet is owned by ARTeUTILe Ltd64 Leed road - LS21 1BT - Otley - West Yorkshire – UKTel. +44 (0)1943 466 866http://www.italytolet.com/
  4. 4. Emergency Telephone Number118 for Medical Emergencies12 Phone Directory Assistance112 for Carabinieris service113 for Emergency Police Help115 for the Fire Department116 (Italian Automobile Club) - for road side assistance176 International InquiresTraveling With Your PetPets may enter Italy only if accompanied by their owner or a person responsible for them onbehalf of the owner during their stay in Italy, and are not intended for sale. Up to a maximum offive pet animals are permitted.CurrencyThe monetary currency is the Euro which is divided as follows: bills of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200,500; coins of 1, 2, 5, 10 Euros, 20 and 50 cents.ShoppingAlthough normally shops are open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3:30/4 p.m. to 7:30/ 8 p.m., inlarge cities and tourist areas there is a tendency to stay open from 9.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. withpossible variations from town to town.Exports from ItalyThere are no restrictions on gifts purchased in Italy except for antiques and works of art. Theserequire the authorization of the Ministero dei Beni Culturali e Ambientali.SafetyMoneybelts are perhaps a good idea particularly in crowded tourist sites as, like many otherItalytolet is owned by ARTeUTILe Ltd64 Leed road - LS21 1BT - Otley - West Yorkshire – UKTel. +44 (0)1943 466 866http://www.italytolet.com/
  5. 5. tourist places around the world, are at pickpocket risk. One should always be on alert for thesepetty thieves and prevention is better than cure. Keep your money hidden preferably in aninside pocket or money belt.StampsStamps may be purchased only at tobacco shops and at the Post Office. Always check at thecounter for the exact fare to the country of destinationPost Office HoursPost Offices are open from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. On Saturdays they close at 12:00Consulates in RomeAustralia - Corso Trieste, 25 Tel 06/852721Canada - Via Zara, 30 Tel 06/445981Denmark - Via Monti Parioli, 50 Tel 06/3200441Finland - Via Lisbona, Tel 06/85350852France - Via Giulia, 251 Tel 06/68806437Germany - V. Martino dBattaglia, 4 Tel 06/492131Great Britain - Via XX Settembre, 80/A Tel 06/4825441Ireland - Piazza Campitelli, 3 Tel 06/6979121Israel - Via Michele Mercati, 14 Tel 06/3221541Netherlands - Via M. Mercati, Tel 06/3221141New Zealand - Via Zara, 28 Tel 06/4417171Italytolet is owned by ARTeUTILe Ltd64 Leed road - LS21 1BT - Otley - West Yorkshire – UKTel. +44 (0)1943 466 866http://www.italytolet.com/
  6. 6. Norway - Via Terme Deciane, 7 Tel 06/5717031South Africa - Via Tanaro, 14 Tel 06/852541Spain - Via Campo Marzio, 34 Tel 06/6871401Sweden - Piazza Rio de Janeiro, 3 Tel 06/441941USA - Via Vittorio Veneto, 119 Tel 06/46741Italytolet is owned by ARTeUTILe Ltd64 Leed road - LS21 1BT - Otley - West Yorkshire – UKTel. +44 (0)1943 466 866http://www.italytolet.com/

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