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 Sicily is the biggest Italian island and a charming region that has so much to offer to its visitors. It will welcome you with its bright sun, delicious food, welcoming people, impressive archaeological sites and marvelous natural scenery.
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Bugie or chiacchiere are just two of the many names that you may hear along the Italian peninsula for these typical fritters. Learn more about this tasty and simple recipe.
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Iconic place to visit if you plan to spend your holiday in Italy
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This is a provocative question. But it was very funny when a picture of George Clooney appeared in the Gossip magazines, going around on the bike along the cycle paths surrounding Lake Como.
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The spectacular Garda cycle ring, a unique worldwide work of over 140 kilometers, integrated and connected with other important cycle paths.
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Summer has finished, but we are still in need of a nice day of relaxation and fun at the beach, maybe in one of the gorgeous spots of Salento or why not even on the Gargano peninsula.
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Discover the magical medieval village of Cannara, located in Umbria... where the tradion meets the lovely onion festival.
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Enoteca Properzio is one of the most popular wine stores in Italy, not only for the high quality of its products, but also for the context in which it is inserted.
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E*tra Vergine Oleoteca is a brand new concept, created by the eclectic architect and olive oil producer Monia Caneschi, whose passions for food, design and olive oil have been combined with those of Pierluigi Ceccarelli, professional sommelier and olive oil taster.
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In 2005, while doing the excavations for a parking lot, some mosaics in perfect conditions came out. It turned to be a well preserved villa of the second century with incredible artistic mosaics.
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Otranto, facing towards the east, with its castle and cathedral, one of the most important witnesses of the Apulian Romanesque.
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Lucca is a city of Roman foundation and purely medieval, as it still bears witness to the walls of its beautiful Old Town.
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