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Self-guided walking tour of Italy

Portland, Oregon
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Self-guided walking tour of Italy

We are interested in visiting Italy by foot without a guide or service. Any ideas on the places we should not miss and the best resources to help us do this on our own?

Thank you

Irene

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1. Re: Self-guided walking tour of Italy

There is a Lonely Planet Guide to Walking in Italy, which you ought to be able to find at your local library or bookstore. Like other Lonely Planet walking guides, it tends to focus on the big-name long-distance paths, although it has some local walks too. Also, the tourist information offices in different Italian cities and provinces can be helpful sources of information on local walks. Although you say you don't want to use guides or services, you might want to check the websites and other materials of some of those services, as they could give you useful tips on itineraries.

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