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Anna Andreò



About Me

Well, I live in Naples because I'm attending University here, but I was born in Sant'Agata de' Goti, a small town near Caserta. (Visit it, you won't regret it!) ^_^ 
I'd love to travel, but I'm always broke and I cannot effort it (but one can dream, right?). For now, I will entertain myself helping people who want to visit Italy and in particular Campania, my beautiful region. I'd like to answer your questions so, feel free to ask! 

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ACapri: Timing of ferries to Capri from Naples?

Hi there! Here's the link with the complete timetable! Enjoy Naples and Capri! Have fun! See More

AItaly: How difficult is it to travel in Italy gluten-free?

Hi there! Don't you worry: It's common to even find gluten free pizza! The gf awareness (let's call it like that) has increased lately, and supermarkets have plenty of gf products, if you plan to cook for yourself, for example. Enjoy Italy and our food in total... See More

AWhere are you headed in 2015?

Dublin​ in June. I can't wait to explore Ireland. I've always been madly in love with it. <3 See More

ABest travel quotes?

"Every day is a journey and the journey itself is home". See More

ANaples: Most romantic restaurant in Naples

well well well...  Romantic places where to eat, right? I've a few suggestions:  In Naples Il Ristorantino dell'Avvocato​ in Via S. Lucia​, prices medium-high Il Comandante​, in Via Cristoforo... See More

ALanguage Learning Meet Ups

I totally agree... one should create an app on this, with geolocalization and featured places! See More

AHow do you start a conversation with a soon-to-be friend on the road?

I always believe that this is some kind of magic, and for me, it worked asking questions about food. I mean, you ask for any information, then start a conversation from there. Being open minded sure helps a lot... it's strange, I never thought about this before. :D... See More

AItaly: Where can I find the best pizza in Italy?

This is easy: in Napoli​. People who tell you otherwise have never tasted pizza in Naples. I swear. Moreover, the prices are really cheap (I mean, you could pay less than 10 euros to sit in a pizzeria, have pizza and something to drink and then leave)... See More

AItaly: Italy's best cities for young adults?

I would suggest Milan​, because of incredibly busy both cultural and non/cultural environment...but it's a bit expensive, I must warn you. Maybe Siena​, and also Bologna​. It's not like in the other main... See More

AGift ideas for the traveler in your life?

A Swiss knife and a moleskine for travelers! See More

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