the ‘Discover Italy’ Category

Imola and its marvellous spirit

Friday, October 31st, 2014

Imola and its surrounding places are little known and little affected by the large flow of tourists, yet offer a unique scenario of art and culture.
espite officially belong to the province of Bologna, Imola considers itself as belonging to Romagna in all respects.Read the rest

The secrets of Ravenna

Monday, October 20th, 2014

Ravenna one of the candidate cities for the title of European Capital of Culture for the year 2019, is a town that has so much history and so much art to be discovered, as it is a city that reveals its secrets gradually.Read the rest

Riccione: very modern beach resorts in Romagna

Sunday, October 5th, 2014


Riccione and its beach: in summertime it shows a perfect organization and an impeccable professionalism of its staff which are renowned for one of the cities of the Riviera‘s most famous in the world for its warm welcome.… Read the rest

Amalfi in the amazing Costiera Amalfitana

Sunday, September 28th, 2014

The Costiera Amalfitana for its fertility and the amenity of the coast of its own sea and the fruitfulness of his fields of earth, is well-known ad well as for its historical and artistic beauty, natural wonders and culinary traditions. Indeed Campania and its Costiera Amalfitana is still one of the most beautiful area of Italy.… Read the rest

Lecce is ready to be discovered

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

Where are you going for your summer vacation? Still have no ideas?

Well, if you’re looking for some inspiration you should read this article…. Maybe Lecce could be your next ideal destination!
Situated in Apulia, a beautiful region in Southern Italy, Lecce is rich in fantastic places touched by a crystalline sea that transmits a true joie de vivre.… Read the rest

A Selection of 5 of the Most Beautiful Wedding Destinations and Wedding Photos

Monday, July 7th, 2014

Certainly Italy is one of the most romantic countries in the world. Its unique atmosphere, the passion of the people and last, but definitely not least, is the stunning variety of unique cities and landscapes. All breathtakingly beautiful, yet so different from one and other.… Read the rest

Faboulous beaches and food: welcome to Puglia

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Travelling around the beautiful Puglia, the tourist can have many epiphanies: firstly, the beaches. From a rocky landscape to a smooth Maldive-like sand and natural reserves which include super beaches. Here a portrait of some beaches in the Lecce and Taranto areas, among which we start describing our personal beloved spot, Gallipoli.… Read the rest

Discovering the Italian parks: Parco Naturale della Maremma in Tuscany

Monday, July 29th, 2013

Tired of the same old same old in Tuscany yet astoninshing beauty of the towns? Discover the “secret seashore” hidden in the area of  Tuscany  called Parco della Maremma: it is a fantastic trip to be made when you  are in one of the most beautiful Italian areas.… Read the rest

Parco delle Madonie: alternative routes inside Sicily

Sunday, July 28th, 2013


Looking for a slightly alternative Sicily which still has to be written about? Parco Naturale Regionale Delle Madonie in Sicily, welcomes the visitor with its 40,000-hectare  of forests which include the nearly-extinct Nebrodi fir trees. The Madonie mountains will offer a great deal for fun thanks to its sunset, its amazing trees and a slow different and more ancient way of life that have little in common with the frantic and a la page coastal cities in  Sicily.… Read the rest

World Class Travel alla Dolce Vita

Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

La Dolce Vita has been a slogan for generations inspired and attracted to a world of luxury and vice, transformed into a legendary masterpiece by Federico Fellini in the 1960 comedy drama written and directed by the maestro himself.

For those with big budgets and deep wallets, living life to its fullest is indeed a pleasure beyond reach for most who will never get to experience “La Dolce Vita”.… Read the rest

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