the ‘Discover Italy’ Category

Rome at night: Visiting Imperial Fora

Monday, March 7th, 2016

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Have you ever thought of visiting an important city, rich of history and culture, at night?

A millenary Rome coloured by the moonlight that shows itself vulnerable to the tourists. The romantic tourists who love seeing every aspect of the city, of the art and architecture. … Read the rest

Sardinia, an Italian jewel in the Mediterranean Sea

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

In Sardinia insula multae et amoenae orae sunt” the Latins would say: the island of Sardinia there are many pleasant beaches. The beauty of Sardinia was recognized even then, when there were no bathing nor ferry. There were no discos or pubs, there was not even tourism.… Read the rest

Lanciano: the city of the Eucharistic Miracle in Abruzzo

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

Now that Christmas is approaching and what better than to go to discover the many Christmas traditions that Italy can give us? In the cities moving events are held, such as cribs and many other various events. One of these places gives us a sign of peace for Christmas every year while it renews an ancient  tradition: on December 23 in Lanciano, Abruzzo there is a very special day going on for those who are born and  live there.… Read the rest

Visiting Ravenna: what to do with kids

Monday, November 9th, 2015

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Ravenna can be defined with certainty a treasure unknown to the majority of Italians. Overshadowed by the most famous Italian art cities (Florence, Rome, Venice, Naples) it is actually an extraordinary town that attracts tourists  and art lovers from all around the world.… Read the rest

The coastal towers in Salento

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

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For those who had not yet figured out, the beautiful Salento is full of so many things that make it very special. We’re talking, of course, of the fantastic sea and beautiful beaches, the many churches and also the coastal towers that are located throughout the Salento.… Read the rest

The 10 most haunted places to visit in Italy

Friday, October 23rd, 2015

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Photo CC-SA-BY by Pietro

Ghosts in Italy abound in its many haunted castles and old abandoned noble house, mingling gloomy stories of courtesans and old tyrants.

What are the 10 best places in Italy, where you can have direct contact with spirits and ghosts?… Read the rest

Discovering Sardinia

Thursday, October 15th, 2015

Isola di Budelli. Arcipelago della Maddalena

Photo CC-BY-SA By Mattia.dipaolo

Sardinia continues to be a favourite destination of tourists: the island has an unparalleled offer, excellent sea, nature, festivals and events not to be missed, in short, everything you could want for the holidays on a different scale.… Read the rest

Parma: the city of music

Saturday, October 3rd, 2015

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Parma, the beautiful city of Emilia Romagna, is a small wonder to discover and see in a day or on a weekend, to spend a different time together. A sign at the entrance to the city welcomes us in the  “City of Music” a motto written at the entrance of Parma, but the city is more than that: just think that in it there are 330 cultural heritage sites!Read the rest

Misano Adriatico for beach lovers and F1 aficionados

Friday, November 28th, 2014

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Misano Adriatico has  its roots in the fertile Roman period. The name derived from that of various gens who moved  to live in the countryside of Rimini. In the 3rd century. B.C. in the territory of Misano came in fact “Gens Mesia”, thanks to “Ariminensis ager”,  the number of lands and possessions of Rimini that the Empire lavished to war veterans or to the nobles of Roman society for special merits.… Read the rest

A winter dream called Aosta and its valley

Sunday, November 9th, 2014

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Aosta Valley is the smallest region in Italy; in its northwest, it is located between France and Switzerland.

The capital of the Valle d’Aosta region , has more than thirty-four thousand inhabitants. It is located in a large basin of Baltea tributary of the latter, the Buthier.The valley is surrounded by the mountains of  Punta Chaligne , Becca Viou and Emilius.… Read the rest

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