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On the extended hill situated in the south of Valle d’Itria, you can find the oldest part of Trulliland: Rione Monti.
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Pompeii is an Italian city in the Region Campania at 40 minutes by car from the Amalfi coast. It is known for its ancient city buried in 79 AD from the eruption of Vesuvius.
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Discover the San Pietro Island and its amazing hidden places!
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Umbria is considered the heart of Italy. The only region in the center-south that has no outlet on the sea, makes its landscape and artistic beauties the centerpiece of its well-known beauty.
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Famous international tourist resort since the second half of the nineteenth century, Capri has always been associated with glamorous and élite tourism. A photograph that only partially reflects the island which, for a long time, owes its fortunes to cruise tourism and day trips.
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The bridges of Venice, the small lost villages, the magical atmospheres of the lakes and mountains; romantic destinations where you can spend pleasant weekends or a whole week of magical sentimentality. Any more precise ideas?
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The Smeralda Coast enchants with its crystal clear waters, pink sand, and century-old junipers
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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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Iconic place to visit if you plan to spend your holiday in Italy
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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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The town, in the province of Perugia, is a beautiful Renaissance oasis in medieval Umbria. Founded by the Umbrians, it became a Roman municipality under the name Tifernum Tiberinum.
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If 2019 was the year of Leonardo da Vinci to which exhibitions and cultural events were dedicated, 2020 is the year of Raffaello Sanzio.
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