Monthly Archives: February 2014

Hilltowns and Fishing Villages

Travel to Italy which is known as an ultimate resource for a perfect adventure and dazzling nightlife as the cities, the latest picks of restaurants, Italian piazzas, bars and cafes, pizzerias, the nature from Italian national parks, Italian lifestyle, Alps to the breathtaking islands are quite unique places and to enjoy every bit of them. […]

Pomp of the Romans – Pompeii

Pompeii has been attracting tourists from all over the world ever since its ruins were completely discovered in the 19th century. Once a vibrant port, full of wealthy Romans with a passion for theatre and brothels, Pompeii became a city lost in time after Mount Vesuvius exploded in 79 AD, covering the city and preserving […]

Mystical Hilltop Towns

Visit Cortona and Assisi, two stunning hilltop towns in Italy. Assisi is a mystical town perched on the slopes of Mount Subasio overlooking the peaceful Umbrian landscape. Under the protection of St.Francis this city is still enclosed by medieval ramparts. You can take a walking tour and pay a visit to the Santa Maria degli […]

The Italian Mountain Ranges

The Alps are loved by everyone, by sports enthusiasts who wait for the winter months in order to get out onto the downhill slopes or to slide around the upland plains on the cross-country ski circuits. The mountaineers love to go up in summer to almost inaccessible paths that take them to within an inch […]

Stunning White Marble Battistero

Italian cities all have their own signature landmarks and salient qualities, and the white marble of the Pisa Baptistery, or Battistero, is one of the stunning collection of buildings on the Piazza dei Miracoli. The Leaning Tower may be more famous, but the Baptistery captivates visitors with its ornate round shape and mix of architectural […]

The Renaissance City

Introduce yourself to this classic Renaissance city of Florence, Italy. You can check out the Uffizi and Accademia galleries while touring the place. Florence’s museums, palaces, and churches house some of the greatest artistic treasures in the world. The most popular and important sites in Florence include the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the Uffizi, the Bargello […]

MAXXI National Museum of Art

Italy is mainly mountainous, except for the Po plain in the north, and runs from the Alps to the central Mediterranean Sea. It includes the islands of Sicily, Sardinia, Elba and about 70 other smaller ones. There are two small independent states within peninsular Italy: the Vatican City in Rome, and the Republic of San […]

The Shroud of Turin

Welcome to the magical city of Turin. Legend has it that Turin is divided into two distinct halves. One of the two is sacred and ruled by white magic influences and the other, on contraire is evil (black magic). The ancient Romans believed the site of Piazza Statuto to be unlucky, and built a cemetery […]