I wish I could give you recommendations... it seems that the tremors could continue for months or years... for whatever that means. The news are giving fragmented information as it is not easy to predict what will happen. On the other hand, this is not the first earthquake that has afflicted Italy, yet it has been safe to travel to it. You can find seismic maps, that highlight the areas with the highest risk, but again, I am no one to tell you go or not go, I am afraid.
we also booked and paid for the end of june but worried for what happen.(fefi75) we take tours to rome florence venice and after naples and the others area..can u plz help me wich area is not safe to go now??..thanks
Hi Muskiet. I am Italian and used to live in Milan. The area afflicted by the earthquake has always been considered non-seismic, based on historical data. Seems like the last earthquake in the area were in 1500-1600. Clearly something is changing under the surface. The Appennini mountains are moving and generating the tremors.Your question is the big question on every debate on the Italian TV as I type. Very hard to forecast what will happen. Where exactly are you going to go?
There was another one in the same area today, reports of another 10 people killed. RIP.Maybe rethink your plans?
Sky news says there was another earthquake in the same area 9 days ago. 7 people died.
Booked and paid holiday early in July , about 100km from earthquake epicenter. Are earthquakes a regular occurrence in this area.Any Italians from that area with some advise?
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