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Piemonte, like many other regions of Italy, is a place where nature and culture intertwine seamlessly. Its vast vineyards, which are not only a symbol of the region’s viticultural expertise but also a UNESCO-protected heritage – think the Langhe, Monferrato, …

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 …

It’s a beautiful sight. As iconic as the skyline view etched with Florence’s famous Duomo or perhaps Michelangelo’s marble masterpiece “The David”, the majestic Ponte Vecchio has spanned Florence’s Arno River for almost 700 years. The reflection of her 3 shallow arches …

 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 …

To find the place I’d like to show you today, we need to leave behind Tuscany’s iconic rolling hills with their vineyards and olive groves, and venture deeper into the Val d’Orcia region. Between the historic towns of Siena and Montepulciano …

 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: …

There’s a certain magic enveloping the region of Umbria, a land where time seems to stand still and the echoes of the past whisper behind every corner. Known for its medieval charm, Umbria is also a treasure trove of archaeological surprises, …

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 …

Santo Stefano di Sessanio is a testimony to Italy’s medieval heritage, located in the Gran Sasso National Park. This small village, perched at an altitude of 1250 meters, is surrounded by the peaks of the Abruzzo region, offering a unique blend of …

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When planning a trip to Liguria, the five villages of Cinque Terre most famously spring to mind. But with nearly 2.4 million people wandering through these towns every year, it can make the scenery a little less enjoyable. Liguria’s long …

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