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Things to do in Sicily: Village of Gangi

Things to do in Sicily: Village of Gangi
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If you are in Italy and you are wondering what things to do in Sicily, do not forget to visit Gangi, a medieval village ranked among the most beautiful villages in Italy. Since 2012 the small town in the Madonie Mountains boasts the recognition of the municipality as a Jewel of Italy; in this place, […]

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Rome to Naples: Gaeta Italy

Rome to Naples: Gaeta Italy
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If you have to go from Rome to Naples, or vice versa, do not forget to take a trip to the southwest coast of Lazio where you will find yourself fascinated by the beautiful coastline and its many beaches. The most important city on this coast is Gaeta, nicknamed the fair, the combative and the […]

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Day Tour from Venice: Fisherman villages of Polesine

Day Tour from Venice: Fisherman villages of Polesine
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After visiting Venice and its beautiful surroundings, lovers of nature might be interested to take a hike in the Po Delta, one of the most important wetlands in Europe where reigns a priceless heritage of flora and fauna, a paradise for 380 species of birds. This is an interesting day tour from Venice. Take your […]

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Churches in Rome: Basilica Santa Sabina in Rome

Churches in Rome: Basilica Santa Sabina in Rome
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If you want to spend a day immersed in nature to escape the chaos that surrounds Rome daily, or if you want to visit a quiet area full of sacred sites, we recommend going to Aventine Hill, known for its medieval churches such as Santa Sabina, a well-preserved early Christian basilica. Among churches in Rome, […]

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Activities in Rome: relaxing in the Roman countryside

Activities in Rome: relaxing in the Roman countryside
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It is very unlikely that anyone ever gets bored while visiting Rome. However, it can happen that with all the dazzling array of spectacular palaces, monuments, museum, galleries and endless activities in Rome you might feel like something different, more quiet and relaxing. I bet not many of you know that a third of the […]

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Barolo, one of Italy attractions

Barolo, one of Italy attractions
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The tiny village of Barolo in the region of Piedmont is one of Italy attractions that has it all: breathtaking landscapes, castles, palaces, delicious food and world-famous wine. Surrounded by hills covered in vineyards, Barolo has given its name to the wine and the area where it is produced. Wine-making traditions here go back to the 13th […]

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Bologna to Milan: Nonantola Abbey

Bologna to Milan: Nonantola Abbey
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If during your private tour of Italy you are looking for an interesting stop while traveling from Bologna to Milan, then consider a visit to the Abbey of Nonantola. The name of this Abbey is tied to some important historical figures from the Middle Ages. There are unique and cleverly displayed works of art and […]

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Famous places in Rome: Ghetto

Famous places in Rome: Ghetto
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The Jewish Quarter, or the Ghetto, is one of the most famous places in Rome. Very little remains to remind of the area’s somber past in this bustling neighborhood known for good restaurants, art galleries and quaint cobbled streets. The Ghetto was established in 1555 on a seven-acre patch of marshy land on the banks […]

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Palermo Italy, where to go in Sicily

Palermo Italy, where to go in Sicily
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Trying to decide where to go in Sicily? Head to Palermo Italy ! This fascinating vibrant city offers something for all tastes: historical museums, Byzantine palaces and churches, busy outdoor markets and refined boutiques, excellent restaurants and delicious street food. Stroll in the old centre along Via Vittorio Emanuele to see the spectacular reminders of […]

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Italy churches: Siena cathedral

Italy churches: Siena cathedral
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Italy churches are treasure troves for art and history lovers. Each of them offers a glimpse into the glorious past of the country. The Cathedral of Siena is one of the most spectacular examples of a church that was built, extended and decorated over a number of centuries thus accumulating a dizzying amount of masterpieces […]

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