National Geographic : 1932 Jun
MONEY TRAVELS FURTHER L fl L T Come to the rovince QU BE( ,VOW see Italy ... and make the most of Your vacation money, too! Not since pre-war days has it been possible to live and travel in Italy for so little. In Rome, Florence, Naples and the hill-towns . . in Venice, Brioni, the Rivieras or the moun tain stations . . . one may spend a month or more for what a fortnight formerly cost. Hotels, restaurants and railway transportation have been drastically reduced in price . . . visa fees and museum entrance fees abolished. Steamship fares on the Southern Route are the lowest in a decade. Depression or no depression, this is the year for your Italian visit. It's one investment that pays lasting dividends and never depreciates. Let us help you plan your trip in cooperation with your tourist agent. This office is operated for that purpose by the Royal Italian Government on a non-commercial basis-with a view to helping the traveler see more, live better and pay less, with no charge for services. Begin today by writing for a large illustrated book on Italy, sent free. ITALIAN TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICE Squibb Building, 745 Fift Avenue, New Yori City Here, the glamour and the Old French Regime romance of remain im- mortally enshrined. It is really "the Old World at your door." From Montreal to the farflung beaches of Bale des Chaleurs, there are fine motoring roads, good reasonably priced hotel accommodation and excellent sport facilities. For maps and descriptive literature, write: your local tourist agency, or Roads Dept., Quebec City, Canada. PROVINCIAL T RIST BUREAU ROADS EP RTMENT SU EC QUE. NA DA "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."