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A rainbow stands out in the small archipelago of islands in the Venice lagoon. It is the island of Burano, famous all over the world for the extraordinary colors of its houses.
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In Italy you can play golf in about 300 fields, from the Valle d'Aosta region to Sicily. Home in Italy presents a selection of the most exclusive golf courses in Italy.
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Umbria is a land particularly suited to viniculture. Its moderate climate and gentle rolling hills that favor exposure to the sun, all contribute to making such excellent Umbrian wines, produced by the winegrowers of the region since ancient times.
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Starting from Saturday 13th June 2020, The Baths of Caracalla “Thermae Antonianae”, located in Rome, have been finally reopened to the public.
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Here it is! The long-awaited holiday has finally arrived. You have been dreaming of it for months and soon you will pack your bags and leave for your favourite destination: Italy.
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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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Indulge in the Amalfi Coast's beauty and cliff-side views
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Founded by the Ishmaelite Prince Karim Aga Khan in 1962, Smeralda Coast is the most exclusive place of relaxation and vacation in Sardinia and the whole of Italy
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Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Castel del Monte was built by Emperor Federico II in the thirteenth century, 18 km from the town of Andria, Puglia.
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If you have decided to be inspired by Umbria, and you are looking for a luxury vacation villa to rent in this region, but you don’t know which is the best area, here you will find some useful information on this beating green heart in the center of Italy.
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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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Sammezzano Castle is located in the city of Leccio, in Tuscany, in the municipality of Reggello, about 30 kilometers far from Florence. The castle is set on top of a hill which is a historical park of 187 hectares of property. Sammezzano is not a private luxury castle to rent to American and Russian ...
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