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Mira Todorova

Director Of Travel Sales BellaVista Tours

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Easter in Italy: Dancing, Ceremonies and Celebrations

Easter in Italy: Dancing, Ceremonies and Celebrations

Posted by Mira Todorova on March 20 2016

In Italy, where the Catholic church has a unique standing, Easter (Pasqua) is celebrated like nowhere else.

If you visit at that time, you’ll discover an eclectic mix of rituals and ceremonies taking place in towns, villages and cities. These celebrations are second only to Christmas in Italy in gaiety and religious significance .

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Topics: Insider, Groups and Family Tours, italian culture, italian food, church

Jubilee of Mercy Ends This Fall 2016

Jubilee of Mercy Ends This Fall 2016

Posted by Mira Todorova on March 11 2016

Many events are scheduled in Rome for the Jubilee year.

A jubilee is a holy year in the Catholic Church that takes place every 15 years, based on the Old Testament Jewish tradition of having a time for forgiveness every 50 years. Many events are planned throughout the Jubilee of Mercy, and if you can travel to Rome, you can attend a Jubilee Mass with the Pope.

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Topics: italian culture, travel, Rome, history

3 Reasons to Visit Italy in the Fall and Winter

3 Reasons to Visit Italy in the Fall and Winter

Posted by Mira Todorova on January 30 2016

Don't get me wrong, Italy is a wonderful place to be in the summer. So wonderful that everyone in the world wants to visit then.

For a peaceful and relaxing vacation and more bang for your buck, consider an off-season travel time. Here are our top three reasons to go to Italy in the winter and mid to late fall:

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Topics: winter