Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Fountain of the Four Rivers

The Piazza Navona houses the Neptune Fountain with buildings constructed in the Baroque style. The Piazza Navona has one of the most famous fountains in the world, Bernini’s Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi or the Fountain of the Four Rivers. The piazza has great restaurants and entertainment nearby. The beauty of Rome is modern day experiences […]

Spring Is The Time To Be There!

Spring is a nice time to travel in Italy. Temperatures warm up, flowers are in bloom, and there are fewer tourists than in summer. In Italy, April, May, and the first half of June is considered as the Spring season. There are a lot of places to choose from for those who are planning a […]

Blossoms Galore – Iris Garden

Iris Garden of Florence is on the east slope of the lofty Piazzale Michelangelo, overlooking the city. In addition to the hybrid iris collection you’ll see ancient trees and a great view of Florence and its surroundings. This garden is only open from May 2 until May 20 every year. During the month of May […]

Acquario di Genova

Genova is one of the most impressive cities in Italy. Located along the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea, it has a long history of maritime trade, and its grandeur can still be seen today. Italian tourists must make it a point to visit Genova to experience not just its history but also its unique excellent […]

Wedding With The Sea – Festa Della Sensa

Cultural influence and wealth of Venice is well known throughout the historical periods and this typical boat parade festival, Festa Della Sensa is a strong testimony of the fact. This festival symbolically celebrates the political, cultural and social expansion of Venetian republic. The main event which is called ‘Wedding with the Sea’ is really a […]

Serenity of the Woodlands – Candella

In northern Tuscany, between the Alps and Apennines is Candalla, in the historical regions of Lunigiana and Garfagnana. Here, among ruins and fig-scented woodlands, the Rio Lombricese runs over beautiful waterfalls and between natural pools. There is a trail that starts from the old mill of Candalla, and follows the stream on a tempting route […]

Cascata Capelli di Venere – Hair Of Venus

Just a short distance away from the spectacular Amalfi coast, there are some breathtaking rocky canyons with freshwater pools, streams and sparkling waterfalls. Head east from Morigerati towards the town of Casaletto Spartano, to see the Cascata Capelli di Venere, a waterfall named the “Hair of Venus”, made up of delicate cascades. This is a […]