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The enchanting beach of Cala Luna knows how to surprise us every time with its crystal clear waters of a thousand shades. The Gulf of Orosei boasts a pearl of rare beauty, which today welcomes tourists from all over the world: the beach of Cala Luna, an enchanting oasis immersed in an unspoiled ...
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Another extraordinary discovery in Pompeii: in the new excavations a perfectly preserved Thermopoly resurfaces with the image of a sea nymph on horseback, and animals with colors so bright as to seem three-dimensional. But what is a Thermopoly?
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Italy offers countless opportunities for visits and even outside the itineraries usually more popular with tourists, there are real gems to be discovered and admired. Let's explore together these locations that are often underestimated but really worth a visit.
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Sicily is wonderful to visit in summer or late spring, but who said it isn't marvelous even in autumn? In this season, this charming region is still splendid with a warm climate that seems impossible in other parts of Italy, where you can also take a bath in the transparent sea. Sicily with its fish ...
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The Amalfi Coast, thanks to its panoramic views, picturesque landscapes, unspoiled nature and ancient palaces and gardens, ranks at the top of the most popular destinations in Italy by Italian and foreign tourists. It appears as a huge terrace suspended between the cobalt blue sea and the slopes of ...
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If you have planned a vacation in Rome and you like to explore Italian baroque, Palazzo Colonna is worth a visit. In the heart of Rome, a stone's throw from Piazza Venezia, Palazzo Colonna offers the visitors one of the greatest testimonies of the Roman Baroque.
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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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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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There are many curiosities surrounding Tuscany and we want to reveal ten of them that perhaps you did not know.
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