So you're looking for inexpensive Christmas gifts for your boss, your colleagues, your children's teachers? You have family who've visited Italy and wish they could go back?
An Italian calendar is a great solution for all those problem gifts - and more!
Lovely to look at, useful and practical for families and single people alike, easy for you to pack and send - and the ultimate gift that lasts all year!
We've picked three examples for you here. Click on any of the pictures or links and you'll be taken to our partner's page where you'll find both the calendar you see here and a selection of others all of them with an Italian theme.
Because this particular partner sells mainly calendars, the prices you will find are extremely competitive - in fact we have never been able to better them.
A great option for a busy couple or a hectic family, each page of this stylish Italian calendar has a full size picture of Italy and underneath, a day by day appointments calendar.
Rome, Florence, Venice, Tuscany - the images are stunning color and evoke both memories and longings.
This desk calendar comes with its own 'easel' stand and is compact enough (5.5" square) to fit on any standard desk or table-top.
It is not meant as an appointment calendar but the dates are clear and easy to see and it gives important holiday dates from around the world.
But the best bit? - Each day you have a new picture of Italy to delight you - tear them off if you can bear to!
Buy one for your boss, your colleagues, or as a thoughtful gift if you have children who are students.
Italian language calendar.
Yes, another desk calendar - but with a difference. This time every page has a new Italian phrase for you to learn!
Written by Berlitz - of world-wide renown for their effective language courses - the tear-off sheets give you not only the phrase as it is written in Italian, but a phonetic pronunciation too.
This is a great calendar if you, or someone you know, is learning the Italian language. You don't even need to learn each day's phrase - just seeing it in front of you will help you remember it. It's small enough (5" square) to fit on any desk, or on your kitchen counter-top where it will catch your eye every day.
Give one to anyone learning Italian or anyone planning to go to Italy - it always helps to know a little of the language.