I took a 2 week trip to Rome, Florence, Assisi, and a few other towns. I absolutely loved it. 2 weeks wasn't enough time! I took a semester of Italian and college, but I remember very little. I hope I'll be able to continue studying it at some point. My great-grandparents came to the US from Italy, and I think it would be really neat to learn the language they spoke.
When I was about to finish my high school we sold lottery and t-shirts to pay our trip to Italy.It was funny because we didn´t sell too much lottery so we were disappointed and our teachers decided cancel the trip but just one week later they called us to tell that we had won the prize of the lottery so we could cover all Italy and it was a wonderful experience.
I have a dream to travel Italy since I was young.
So, I will go Italy next year (around May)!!!
I will visit Venezia, Firenze, Siena, Bologna, Rome, Verona and Perugia.
I alrealdy fall in love with Italy :-).
Me. Despite my grandpa is from there. Wish one day to eat some portion of lasagna there, listening to Vivaldi and drinking some good red wine.
I studied in Italy for four months and it was fantastic. I studied in Rome, but I also traveled to Venezia, Firenze, Siena, Cinque Terre, Bari, Monte Sant'Angelo, Padova, and Milano. It is one of my favorite countries to visit!