Cadlolo, Rome Italy (PressExposure) October 30, 2007 -- ItalyTravelNotes.com is created by travellers who describe Italy from their personal point of view and share their inspiration of the country and it is targetting those who would like to learn more about the country, before they go there. Starting this week the blog is launching the first of a series of free travel reports. Available for download on italytravelnotes.com, the Rome report is dedicated to the eternal city and consists of helpful tips on what to visit and where to go, when you are there.
âWe have decided to launch this series of free travel reports as part of our desire to make Italy Travel Notes one of travelersâ most positive experiences on the web, especially for those who like traveling or are planning to go to Italy sometime soon.â â says Giuseppe Zappala, head of the Italy office of italytravelnotes.com âAnd since we are about sharing positive impressions, the Rome report consists of articles written by those who admire one of the most beautiful cities in the world with their personal advice on where to go and what to see. What we are trying to do with both this series of reports as well as with the content of the blog is to appeal to all of the visitorsâ senses in experiencing Italy, even if they would like to travel there only in their mind.â
What makes ItalyTravelNotes.com different from the other travel information sites is the quality of the stories, which travellers share. They are different than the practical and impersonal information one can find on other travel information sites. The readers of the blog have the opportunity to read descriptions of places and advice by their own fellow travellers. And they get the opportunity to travel though different parts of Italy even before they actually go there. And when they come back from Italy, to share their own impressions â to inspire others.
To download your complimentary copy of the Italy Travel Notes â the Rome report, go to: http://www.italytravelnotes.com. To listen to the Italy Travel Notes podcast series go to: [http://www.italytravelnotes.com/podcasts/]