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With the introduction of the Cammino dei Cappuccini ENIT, the Italian National Tourist Board, aims to do more than just offer a spiritual journey: it seeks to breathe new life into Italy’s hinterland, specifically the Marche region, which is often …

Rome: a place where modernity and antiquity come together in a harmonious dance and where a simple stroll in the street can lead you straight into the embrace of history.  Then all of a sudden, just behind the corner, you …

 Piemonte, characterized by its undulating landscapes and fertile plains, has a rich agricultural heritage: it is a region known for its radici contadine, or rural roots, where la terra is at the heart of life in all its facets. For generations, the Piemontesi have …

“In the last few days I have been to Tivoli and I have seen one of the first wonders of nature. The waterfalls, the ruins and the overall landscape belong to those objects, the knowledge of which enriches our most …

The Colosseum, one of Rome’s most monumental icons from ancient times, faced a modern challenge after the pandemic: the demand for online tickets increased significantly, with most of them being purchased by large ticket agencies. As a result, a black …

 The Maremma, south of Grosseto, comes to an arty end in Capalbio, a medieval citadel that graces even more Southern Tuscany. Its undulating hills and rosemary-scented scrubland run down to the Tyrrhenian Sea. Two lines of defensive walls encircle the scenic village: …

Vico del Gargano, in the Foggia province of Puglia, is the type of place where time seemingly stands still, something to truly appreciate in the often stressful hustle of modern-day life. With a modest population of around 8,100 residents, 1,800 …

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I’ve always had a penchant for the mysterious and the unknown and I love listening to podcasts – much more, in fact, than I enjoy watching television. So, among the myriad I lend my ears to, there is one I …

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In the Valley of the Gods—so named since the days when Agrigento was known by its ancient Greek moniker, Akragas—history and beauty come together in a sublime blend. This evocative name was bestowed by its Greek founders, who transformed the …

In the Italian charming North-West, where the towering Alps of Piemonte and Provence meld with the serene blue depth of the Ligurian Sea, lie two ancient pathways characterized by their historical significance and natural splendor—the Via del Sale and the …

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