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Nestled in the Molise region of Italy, the village of Sepino is rich in history and natural beauty. Its name derives from the Latin word saepum, meaning “enclosure,” which referred to the wooden palisade that enclosed the area designated for animals along the …

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Tuscany is a land of beauty: picturesque villages, stunning art and architecture, delicious food. But while most tourists head to Florence, Siena, or Pisa, the eastern Tuscan town of Arezzo is often overlooked. Yet, with its rich history and vibrant cultural scene, …

Ah, the Italian Alps! With their majestic peaks, fragrant pine forests, and sun-drenched valleys, they are a dream for slow tourism enthusiasts. Today, allow me to guide you on a journey through time, a journey beyond the hustle and bustle …

Radicofani’s ancient fortress tower stands watch from the mountaintop like a medieval lighthouse over Tuscany’s Val d’Orcia. For over a thousand years, this important landmark has remained visible across the swath of this uniquely picturesque valley. It warned, it beckoned…and today …

It’s that time of year again. Spring segues into summer, followed by fall – a period usually reserved for a vacation. This is when many of us hit the highways, airways, or waterways to escape the routine way of life …


It’s time to step into a land of captivating wonders and mystical allure, where the ancient and the enigmatic come together. Italy, a country renowned for its rich history and cultural heritage, conceals hidden gems that exude an aura of mystery …

 Corciano sits atop a hill, proudly guarding the valley that connects the Trasimeno and Tuscany territories with the Tiber Valley. A little jewel of Umbria, some believe its name derives from the Latin Curtius or Coricius, referring to the owner …

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It’s hard to refrain from that involuntary gasp of awe and wonder when first stepping through a tawny stone portal into Siena’s Piazza del Campo. Magnificent medieval buildings rim the fan-shaped piazza and its hubbub of lively outdoor cafés. Almost instantly …

Today, as the warm summer sun bathes the Italian Riviera in a golden glow, my childhood memories begin to take shape. My parents and I would often visit a dear friend who had a home in Rapallo, a pretty town on the Riviera …

As the sun dips below the horizon, bathing the Madonie mountains in a soft, orange glow, the village of Gangi looks even more charming. The first settlement here was founded around 1200 BC by the Cretans and called Engyon. After its destruction, a new …

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