An armchair tour of Italy

Ciao L'Italia!

It takes only one trip to Italy to become enamored with her culture, history, people and food. Here, SheKnows brings you a relaxing, enlightening and free tour of the country that's brought the world thousands of years worth of the finest art, architecture and food.

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The Spanish Steps - Rome

 

The Spanish Steps, named for their proximity to the Spanish Embassy back in the 1700s, is the place to see and be seen when you're in Rome. Just sitting on the steps and people watching is what you do.

In springtime, the 138 Spanish Steps -- said to be the longest staircase in all of Europe -- are dressed in flowers, creating the magnificent display of color you can see above.

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Postcards from Italy - see more features about Italy here!

 

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Joanne Fitzpatrick January 05, 2013 | 2:48 PM

I enjoyed looking through the pages on line of the "Armchair tour of Italy". I just recently visited Italy and your article very much depicted the attractions and countryside of Italy. My problem is - I would LOVE, LOVE to get a copy of this article for my 97 year old Italian Uncle - who at his age - still believes he will someday visit Italy and where is mother's family is from. He is not physically capable. Please tell me how I might attain this color article and allow him to travel from his "armchair". Thank you.

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