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Roaming The Italian Countryside

The Italian countryside consists of some of the most amazing sights, smells, sounds, and sensations that you are ever going to experience. However, getting around can be a challenge. After something like an Amsterdam city trip, it might seem a little daunting. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to get some mobility when visiting these amazing parts of the world.

Hiking

Let’s start with the most basic way of getting around the many amazing communities, villages, towns, and lodgings all around Italy. There are plenty of hiking tour groups you can join, which will allow you to get a closer inspection of all the various places of importance, along with a detailed look at historic locations, sights and records.

If you are healthy, fit and interested in having an in-depth experience walking around Italy, this is certainly your best bet. Plus, it gives you the chance to meet a lot of people. That’s something worth considering in and of itself.

Cycling

If you have ever tried a service similar to renting a bik in Amsterdam, you’ll know that it’s a service that exists everywhere. The same goes for Italy where plenty of people are really into the whole cycling thing. Similar to the hiking group option, there are also cycling tour groups in the country that you can join to have a speedier approach at visiting tourist spots.

For those who are more interested about historic sites, for example, hiking is going to be a bummer of an option simply because they would be too far apart. When biking, it takes less effort for you to actually get anywhere.

Vespa

What would an Italian visit be if you don’t try their famed Vespa scooter rides? These babies are all over the big cities in Italy, including Rome, Florence, and Venice. They are also found in the countryside, where there is infinitely more room to cut loose. Vespa scooters might not go as fast as super bikes, but they can still go a lot faster than bicycles.

Boating

Then there’s boating, which is something you might be interested in. It would only apply to lakes, rivers, and the shoreline, but the view is still exquisite.