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Brindisi - Gateway to the South

As a child I must have passed through Brindisi numerous times; as a family we used to drive down from Rome and get the car ferry to Greece. 1,257 more words

Wednesday, Feb 15: Copa del Rey and Coppa Italia preview

This week we fly to Vitoria-Gasteiz (Spain) and in Rimini (Italy) for two important tournaments: Copa del Rey 2017 and Coppa Italia 2017.

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Ionia to Italy by bus and boat

In a previous episode I proudly displayed my 3 page trip itinerary in 10pt font just before our flight to Greece.  It turned out to be as good a travel guide as the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Corinthians.  547 more words

Lecce Italy, "Florence of the Baroque"

Lecce is situated in “the heel” of Italy’s “boot”, and accommodates a population of around 95,000 people. It is famous for its works and architecture from the Baroque period (17th & 18th century). 1,063 more words

Your Adventurous Soul Will Bring You There

If you’re a wanderluster and a solo traveller, your adventurous soul will bring you there. If you are eager to explore the unknown and unplanned places, you will be encouraged to visit this town. 786 more words

Let's Travel

Failed Fairy Tales and a Grim Voyage

Out of season, there are only two ferry operators who offer the route between Patras and the heel of Italy. Superfast have a huge cruise-like ship which will take me to Bari for €203 or Grimaldi lines, really just a cargo vessel, which docks at Brindisi for €164. 1,090 more words

European Nomad

British Airways launches seven new summer 2017 seasonal routes from London Heathrow to Brindisi, Montpellier, Murcia, Nantes, Pula, Tallinn and Zakynthos

Over the past few years British Airways has steadily built up a large portfolio of seasonal summer routes from London Heathrow to sunshine destinations in Europe. 146 more words