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The most beautiful stretch of coast in Italy and, according to many, even the most beautiful in Europe. We are in Campania, to be precise in the province of Salerno, south of the Sorrento peninsula. The Amalfi Coast extends for fifty kilometers of hairpin bends and cliffs overlooking the sea, in ...
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With the chaotic crowding of August behind us and with days that are much more liveable with a pleasant temperature, September and the following autumn months prove to be an ideal period to discover our beautiful Italy.
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The Nuragic complex in Barumini is one of the largest and well preserved Nuragic compounds, therefore it is the most important archeological site of Sardinia. Barumini is the name of the village where it is located in the central-south region of Sardinia.
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It is on this side of Lake Como or Lario, its ancient name, that the great Italian writer Alessandro Manzoni spent part of his childhood. The family in fact had a property in Lecco. It was here that the novelist set the events of his most famous work "I Promessi Sposi", with that incipit that made ...
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Discover the best trekking parks in Tuscany and dive into nature!
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Milan is an easy city to reach thanks to the three airports and it’s your perfect destination if you love shopping or to attend different kind of events: during the entire year the city organizes cultural meetings, art exhibitions, fashion and design events.
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The many tales, legends and curiosities that have been handed down for centuries also contribute to the charm of the Umbrian territory. In particular, some very curious and particular legends interest the capital, Perugia: we will tell you about them, inviting you to come and discover them for ...
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Li Galli archipelago or "of the Mermaids", where Ulysses, the protagonist of Homer's Odyssey, managed to resist the siren song by being tied to the mast of his ship, on the advice of the sorceress Circe. And where the Argonauts were saved thanks to the sound of Orpheus' lyre, which emitted sounds ...
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