Italy, My Grand Tour

Italy Visited

Upon my return from Naples I thought I might update my map of places that I have visited in Italy.

Click on an image to scroll through the picture gallery…

25 responses to “Italy, My Grand Tour

  1. What a lovely way to commemorate your visits. Pity I couldn’t enlarge the image to see the smaller photos.


  2. Mine is deficient in many respects. 😦 😦


  3. Quite a few more than me, specifically Florence is a big gap for us, not sure if we’ll make it now! I did think of doing this for France once, but I almost covered the whole map! Spain would be a good one, most of mine though would be in the bottom half except for Madrid. By the way I can’t get the photos to open either so I assume the red dots are the places visited?


  4. The modern version of earlier touring life


  5. Suzanne [globalhousesitterX2]

    We have a couple of housesits in this area in 2019! Looking forward to it. Enjoying your Italian posts!


  6. Oh, brilliant! Perhaps I should do maps of Italy, France, Germany, Romania, with places visited…but then again, perhaps not…doubt I hav e the patience to collate it all!!


  7. I’ve always liked the idea of a Grand Tour, the type that people used to take once upon a time as part of their education (at least for the wealthy). I had to rely on books. Now I get out and about a bit. 🙂 But I still find your travels, Andrew, and those of my other blogging friends, to be both amusing and instructive. May you continue to wander. –Curt


  8. How lucky you are to have been all over Italy!


  9. I love the idea of building up your own Nativity and collecting the figures over time. I didn’t know that was a tradition in Naples. I am making my own figures out of crochet and will need a stable soon. Very interesting post. Thank you.


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