The Cinque Terre five maritime hamlets are Manarola, Riomaggiore, Vernazza, Monterosso al Mare and Corniglia, the only one different from the others as it does not directly overlook on the sea, being located on top of a cliff.
Going west from Palermo, in the north-west area of Sicily, just after Castellammare del Golfo, the coast becomes irregular and magnificent. A section of this coast includes the peninsula of San Vito Lo Capo, hosting the Zingaro (literally from Italian: the Gypsy) natural reserve.
Stresa is full of villas, vintage buildings and historic and artistic-wise precious gardens. In the 19th century it was selected by many literates and intellectuals, such as Lord Byron, Stendhal and Charles Dickens – as one of the Grand Tour stops.
Medieval hamlets, culinary tradition admired worldwide, uncontaminated mountains and many UNESCO World Heritage spots. One of these is Ortisei, the most populated town in Val Gardena, near Bolzano.
If you are organising a trip in Trentino South-Thyrol (Alto Adige), in the north of Italy Dolomites, you are probably thinking of visiting the Braies Lake.
Umbria is the green heart of Italy, located between Tuscany, the Marches and Latium and rich in artistic and cultural goods, famous for its medieval hamlets and the tasty traditional cuisine. Discover with me Spello, Norcia and Castelluccio.
Cilento is an area of the Campania region characterised by smooth hills covered with olive trees overlooking the blue Tyrrhenian sea. It is a magic crossroad between several traditions and cultures to be discovered.
Also known as “the Italian Maldives”, Salento is the heel of the boot, at the very end of country. Gallipoli,this small town still stays faithful to the Greek meaning of its name, “beautiful city”. Ostuni is a nice city known as “The white city”, as it was a costume to whiten with lime the houses in the downtown.
Matera is the third oldest city in the world, being continuously populated since Palaeolithic age. Known as “the city of stones”, its history is really charming and will convince you to book a visit. Let’s discover it together!
Pompeii’s archaeological excavations extend on a surface of approximately 440.000 square meters. To visit them in one day, the safest is to start with a clear itinerary to follow. Let’s find out how to best organise it!
The Amalfi Coast is one of the most beautiful landscape in Italy. UNESCO declared it World Heritage Site and its beautiful pure nature leaves breathless tourists from all over the world. Let’s find out what to see in this part of the coast which overlooks on the Salerno gulf.
Have you ever heard about Borgo Giusto? It is located 18 kilometres from Lucca, Tuscany, and it is the reconstruction of a small 17th century village called Soccolognora. Let’s discover its history, its rebirth and its relaxing location surrounded by nature.
Typical roman cooking mainly includes basic ingredients, as it was born in the people’s kitchens, the traditional ones. Let’s find out the most famous recipes and where to eat them!
Pienza is a small, charming village in the south of Tuscany, located in the so-called Orcia Valley, which has been UNESCO World Heritage since 1996. During the Renaissance, it was called “the ideal city”. Let’s find out its must-sees.
Do you know Civita di Bagnoregio? It is a city located in the province of Viterbo, on a hill accessible only on foot. Let’s discover the beauty of this place, also known as “the dying city”.