The British monarch always had a strong connection to Italy. Her reign of 70 years and 214 days was the longest of any British monarch and the second-longest recorded of any monarch of a sovereign country.
The Queen went to Italy five times, warming the hearts of the Italian people.

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Elizabeth II – Italy’s adopted Queen 

For most of us, there is never enough time to see and experience everything we want in Italy. But, with some advanced planning, you can have the adventure of a lifetime while exploring Italy’s different regions. You’ll be able to check some things off your bucket list while maximizing the most adventure for your trip. Here are some locations to consider on your tour through Italy.

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Three Amazing Places to Visit When Traveling to Italy

Calabria is at the toe of Italy’s boot and one of the country’s least-visited regions. In this part of southern Italy, getaways are all about the beach and the sea, making it the ideal spot for a vacation. It’s a place where you’ll discover seaside towns spread out along the clifftops, with the coves and beaches below being some of the best in the country.

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A Guide to Calabria

We’ve all heard of the saying “between a rock and a hard place.” And, at some point in our lives, we will have the feeling that there are dangers or difficulties no matter which way we turn. Choosing between the lesser of two evils, or feeling like you’re “between the devil and the deep blue sea,” is almost a rite of passage.

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The Italian Origins Of The Phrase Between A Rock And A Hard Place

Every country has its own forgotten corners and regions that visitors ignore. Southern Italy has many such outposts, places that until recently were often seen only by the more well-informed travelers. Basilicata is one, but it is safe to say that this instep of the boot doesn’t deserve its obscurity. With a painful past and yet a promising future, Basilicata is well worth a visit.

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A Guide to Basilicata

Discover the heel of Italy’s boot with these must-see attractions, restaurants, and stays. Here’s what you need to know about Puglia.

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Italian Travel Guide: Puglia