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tourism in Italy

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If you are a lover of greenery shaped by human ingenuity and Italian creativity, here you will find a list of park gardens to visit
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Capri, an island very much loved by nobles and style icons, where modern luxury lifestyle and history coexist.
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Admired every day by thousands of visitors, the monumental Trevi Fountain is the most famous fountain in Italy and one of the must-see sites in Rome.
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A rainbow stands out in the small archipelago of islands in the Venice lagoon. It is the island of Burano, famous all over the world for the extraordinary colors of its houses.
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Umbria is a land particularly suited to viniculture. Its moderate climate and gentle rolling hills that favor exposure to the sun, all contribute to making such excellent Umbrian wines, produced by the winegrowers of the region since ancient times.
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The stunning coast of the Province of Trapani is spaced in between enchanting bays and beaches that greet the transparent sea. At turns resounding with tones of green and deep blue, the waters run towards the spectacular panorama of the Egadi Islands. This setting, a dream-come-true, is perfect for ...
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Starting from Saturday 13th June 2020, The Baths of Caracalla “Thermae Antonianae”, located in Rome, have been finally reopened to the public.
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The Amalfi Coast is the stretched coastline of Campania, located south of the Sorrento Peninsula, overlooking the Gulf of Salerno; it is bordered to the west from Positano to the east from Vietri sul Mare.
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No trip to central Italy is complete without a visit to the Tuscan coast, from Livorno to Grosseto, the coastline of the Tuscany region is a coveted destination for tourists from all over the world.
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Aegades in greek means island of goats, and then the Egusa also took the name of Capraia, believing it to be inhabited by wild goats, as he relates in the book Homer's Odyssey.
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Indulge in the Amalfi Coast's beauty and cliff-side views
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It is the second-largest lake in Italy by extension, the first being Lake Garda. 80% of Lake Maggiore belongs to Piedmontese soil and a minimum part to the Lombardy region, while the remaining 20% belongs to Switzerland.
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