Riviera Ligure

Enchanted, fairytale-like sceneries await all along the Riviera Ligure di Levante. Beloved by the writers that have told their story to the world, Portofino, Cinque Terre, and the Gulf of Poets greet us one after the other, as we work our way down the coast from Genoa to magical Versilia. Fresh air and pure nature, towns nestled […]

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Sicily – Agrigento Valley of the Temples

An exceptional historic testimony to Magna Graecia’s presence in this area, as well as to subsequent epochs, the archaeological site at Agrigento, in Sicily, was inserted onto the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997. The remains from the Hellenic city, and additionally from the successive Punic-Roman era, the imposing Doric temples – to this day almost completely intact – the agora, the pagan […]

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Trentino Alto Adige

Known for its rosè-hued mountain faces, the autonomous Region of Trentino Alto Adige is a natural paradise and itinerary must, particularly for those moved and swayed by what is lacustrine. The area’s approximately three-hundred bodies of water, of varying size and dimension, and even altitude, are but glimmering jewels set within this mountainous, valleyed and plateaued landscape. Lake […]

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Como Lake

The magnificent scenery of Lake Como (also known as Lake Lario) has enchanted artists and travelers for centuries: from French novelist Flaubert to musicians of the caliber of Gioacchino Rossini, Giuseppe Verdi, and Vincenzo Bellini; it was here that he composed his opera Norma.The Lake was also the birthplace of illustrious personages such as Italian physicist Alessandro Volta, inventor of the […]

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The Maremma

Crystal clear waters and coasts that are still partly wild; inviting countryside for those looking for relaxation away from the busy pace of the city; villages nestled on ancient castles and a rich cuisine where you can find, unchanged, traditional, local food and wine. These are the things that make the Maremma so dear to Italian and […]

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Calabria and the tyrennian sea

Miles and miles of untamed coastline that alternate with stretches of sand, suggestive villages facing the pristine sea, and lively, buzzing beach establishments are – in a nutshell – the elements of littoral Calabria on the Tyrhennian Sea.Ideal for every type of vacation, the shores of Calabria offer ways to relax, have fun, and a multitude of other opportunities, […]

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Islands of the bay of Naples

For travelers in search of the opportunity to relax by the sea – yet still partake in an active cultural and social scene – a trip to the lovely islands of the Bay of Naples is definitely one for the bucket list: we’re talking about Procida, Ischia and Capri. A long weekend is ideal for enjoying the beauties on […]

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The Etruscans in lazio

Lazio is a region waiting to be discovered. Many people know the hundreds of Roman sites throughout the area but not everyone knows that this area of central Italy, particularly that which extends between Tuscany and Lazio, was dominated by the Etruscans, an ingenious population whose works have reached our times. Known mostly for their […]

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