Our coming holiday I would like to spend exploring "the heel" and geografically both Brindisi and Porto Cesareo suit well for short rides everyday. But my children (teenagers) are very specific about the beach. To be more specific, the sea. They like when you can snork. The water should be clear and there are should be some species to watch (no matter fish or crab), they also don't like it when it is shallow for quite a long time ( as it is along Venice Rivierra). Could you please help me with a choice?
Are there trains or buses that will take me to Lamezia from Matera?
I know that there is a train from Bari but getting from Bari to Lamezia Terme airport is a nightmare.
Is there anyone who knows the latest bus timetable from Salerno or Potenza to Matera?
Is there any public transportation between Potenza and Anzi ? How frequent is it ? How expensive is it. Any info on the towns and area will be greatly appreciated.
Io e mio marito want to take a trip to see where our families were from and then spend some time at/near the Amalfi Coast. This will probably be our only trip to Italy in this lifetime and we only have 2 weeks. His family is near Avellino and mine is Avigliano/Potenza. Anyone know the best way for me to get from Naples to Avigliano (by way of Avellino) and about how long it will take? Is there actually much reason to stay in either town or will this most likely be drive in, look around and drive on to the next "hometown"?
Thanks for any help!
Well-travelled as I am, I've never visited Basilicata. Shame for an Italian, so I intend to spend next NYE in there with my Finnish girlfriend. Any advice on "hidden" places to see would be dearly appreciated. I speak Italian and will be driving. A presto, grazie, The Baron
Hello all, I have 3 questions for those more knowledgeable than I am: 1) :?: why is it that most Anglo-saxons hardly ever mention Basilicata/Calabria in forums etc. and expats too,even Brits, seem to avoid these areas in relocation? 2) :?: I am planning a visit there and would like to know which communes-towns are badly impacted by depopulation & out-migration of young locals, and if you think that a westerner might be welcome (or feel comfortable) to spend a few months there 3) :?: which coastal towns in Basilicata (both sides)and which on the Ionic side of Calabria north of Crotone have the loveliest sandy beaches? or the nicest to stay in for a while?
sono uno studente in america e devo fare un progetto della Basilicata, ma non posso trovare l'informazione. Se vive li o se non ha mai viaggiato in Basilicata, per favore...dammi l'informazione!!!! grazie...ciao English: I am an italian student in the US and must do a project on Basilicata. If you live there or have ever been there...please...give me information. thanks. bye!
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