A free eBook on the city of Florence from Italytravelnotes.com
Rome, Italy – ItalyTravelNotes.com is a travel blog created by travellers who describe Italy from their personal point of view and share their inspiration of the country and it is read by those who would like to learn more about the country, before they go there. Starting this week Italytravelnotes.com is launching a free eBook on the city of Florence. Inside the eBook you will find travel advice from different authors on the known and not so much known faces of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
The Florence eBook is available for free download on italytravelnotes.com.
“This is the second eBook of our series of guides dedicated to some of the most beautiful towns in Italy and our third free eBook following our Rome and Low-cost travel to Italy guides.” – says Giuseppe Zappala, head of the Italy office of italytravelnotes.com “And what we have tried to do with this one, is to introduce you to the real atmosphere of one of our own favorite Italian towns – to offer you some unconventional ideas on how to discover it for yourself”
ItalyTravelNotes.com is one of the most frequented travel social media on the web and it offers its readers posts written by fellow travellers, podcasts about Italy and lately has also launched a videocast series.
“It is our desire to appeal to all your senses when you come to our blog, to help you discover Italy both with text, sound and image” – shares Giuseppe Zappala – “We would like to enable you to travel though different parts of Italy even before you actually go there. And our latest Florence eBook is a continuation of our effort to bring Italy, closer to our readers and to offer them free travel advice.”
To download the free Florence eBook go to: www.italytravelnotes.com.
To listen to the Italy Travel Notes podcast and vidoecast series go to: www.italytravelnotes.com/podcasts/
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