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Discover the hidden treasure of Rome: quarter Coppedè located in the very heart of the city
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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 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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Capri, an island very much loved by nobles and style icons, where modern luxury lifestyle and history coexist.
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Easter falls on a variable day, depending on lunar cycles, between the end of March and April the 25th, in a period of substantially mild climate throughout Italy.
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 Sicily is the biggest Italian island and a charming region that has so much to offer to its visitors. It will welcome you with its bright sun, delicious food, welcoming people, impressive archaeological sites and marvelous natural scenery.
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Visiting Italy during the Christmas season offers two bonuses: you’ll avoid the high summer season tourist crowds and you’ll get to see the country decked out in all its holiday finery. Tips and suggestions for the best places to spend the festive season in Italy.
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Be it a child-friendly city or a well equipped seaside destination, Italy spoils families with its rich mix of historical sights, wide portfolio of outdoor activities and amazing natural landscapes.
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Today we talk about the region Friuli-Venezia Giulia, located in that part of the boot in the north east of Italy, recognizable on the map because it is located between Venice and Trieste.
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Discover the magical medieval village of Cannara, located in Umbria... where the tradion meets the lovely onion festival.
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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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Otranto, facing towards the east, with its castle and cathedral, one of the most important witnesses of the Apulian Romanesque.
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