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GRANDEUR AT LA SCALA

posted by Home In Italy on February 21st, 2012

It is since 1963 that all the opera lovers couldn’t attend this version of Aida directed by Franco Zeffirelli.  Brush up on your best outfit and get ready for the event.

Aida will take place from the from the 14th of February to the 10th of March. It will be conducted by Omer Meir Wellber. This archaeological fable is ready to bring on stage solemnity and epic, thwarted love and tragic destiny which are all the key ingredients of the most famous Italian opera written by Giuseppe Verdi.

That is also an excellent chance to visit Milan, the most European city of Italy.

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Adele, amazing villa on Lake Como

posted by Home In Italy on February 17th, 2012
a corner of the garden

It’s not a case that Lake Come has become the  most glamorous place in Italy hence a lot of stars from Hollywood have a villa here. The climate is absolutely pleasant, the surroundings are enchanted and all the villas are unique.
Adele isn’t an exception. With the Alps on the background and the Lake in front, it reminds of an ancient scenario, where dreams become true. This splendid villa, totally built preserving all the precious details and materials, boasts a 3500 sqm garden planted with a variety of flowers, shrubs and trees.

Those who book Adele within the 29 of February will receive a 25% reduction! Don’t miss the chance to experience a week as a true Hollywood star!

Bagno Vignoni: a real jewel in Val D’Orcia

posted by Home In Italy on January 3rd, 2012

 

Bagno Vignoni is one of the most charming and best preserved medieval town of Tuscany. Located in the Val D’Orcia, set in a picturesque landscape of vineyards is known worldwide for the spa, whose work dates back to Roman times.Its main square boasts a unique setting: instead of a classical Italian “piazza”, Bagno Vignoni has a big pool with warm and thermal water. Taverns, houses and the church of St. John the Baptist have developed around it. Entering Bagno Vignoni is like going beyond the wall of time, and it gives the sensation that time has stopped.
It will be very pleasant to sit outside a bar and take a homemade ice cream or a glass of Vin Santo.

Bagno Vignoni has a magic power: it reconciles us, city people, with the world. Isn’t this already a good reason to visit it?

We offer several villas in the Val D’Orcia area if you want  to discover the best parts of Tuscany!