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While travelling through the center of Italy, don’t miss the opportunity to visit Civita di Bagnoregio, a small village full of charm.
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11miles long, where Tuscany meets Umbria, the Niccone valley or also called ‘Valle del Niccone’, owes its name to the Niccone stream, a tributary of the Tiber which is located between Umbertide and Cortona.
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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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Deserted white sandy coves and turquoise seas, start planning your your perfect luxury beach gateway in marvelous southern part of the island.
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Ten high glycemic addresses to start the day, from the traditonal maritozzo to Anglo pancakes, through brioche and croissants strictly based on butter or even just a coffee.
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Ten high glycemic addresses to start the day, from the traditonal maritozzo to Anglo pancakes, through brioche and croissants strictly based on butter or even just a coffee.
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The most beautiful beaches of Sardinia offer fine white sand, pristine waters, and stunning coves. They are often hard to find, almost hidden, reachable through narrow white streets.
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The village of Castelluccio di Norcia is located in the National Park of the Sibillini Mountains, in the center of a tableland at an altitude of 1452 meters.
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If you visit Italy for the second or third time, it is really worth discovering Ravenna, where you can find culture, relaxation and amusement.
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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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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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