Monthly Archives: February 2016

Tourist Attractions of Savona

Savona is a seaport and commune in the northern Italian region of Liguria, capital of the Province of Savona, in the Riviera di Ponente on the Mediterranean Sea. Take a walk around the inner harbour and enjoy the sunshine, the glittering light and the charming diversity between expensive yachts and old fashioned fishing boats where […]

Poggioreale – Have You Been There?

Poggioreale is located in the inland portion of far western Sicily, in the Italian province of Trapani. There are currently two sectors of Poggioreale in Italy. One of the cities is a functioning community, and another, a rotting ghost town left over from an earthquake that forced everybody out of the place. A series of […]

Milan’s Picturesque Park– Parco Sempione

There are some pretty green places in Milan worth visiting while you are there. Giardini Pubblici is Milan’s prettiest park, it was designed by the same 18th-century architect who did La Scala. Today, it’s a lovely green space with avenues and a small lake. It’s also perfect for kids. There’s a planetarium and the Museum […]

Valley of Mills

La Valle dei Mulini is a valley of the Lattari Mountains, located in the territory of the town of Gragnano. Gragnano is a commune in the metropolitan city of Naples. Valle dei Mulini or Valley of Mills is a verdant grouping of modern ruins nestled at the bottom of a deep Italian crevasse. The deep […]

The Frasassi Caves of Marche

The Frasassi Caves are remarkable caves that lie in the province of Ancona, Marche. The Frasassi Caverns are pretty spectacular, and they’re situated in a lovely river gorge with high cliffs. They are among the most famous show caves in Italy. The karst cave system endowed with stalactites and stalagmites. These caves are the closest […]

The Almond Blossom Festival

The Almond Blossom Festival, known in Italy as the Sagra del Mandorio in Fiore, is a harvest festival that was started first in 1934, initially celebrated as a traditional festival with the intention to commercialize typical Sicilian products. Over the years, it has become an international event attracting tourists from all over the world in […]

A Marine Lover’s Paradise

The Aquarium of Livorno in Tuscany offers a journey through nature, science and art. Around one thousand seven hundred animals from more than three hundred different species, a tunnel and a touch pool ensure a unique tour of the largest aquarium in the region. Thematic areas dedicated to Mediterranean and tropical habitats, an exhibition area […]

Car Museums of Bologna

The fabulously historic northern Italian city of Bologna is much-loved by Italian visitors, but somehow lacks much attention from tourists arriving from other parts of the world. Those that do make it here will be thrilled with its beautiful setting on two rivers in the Po Valley, its carefully-preserved ancient quarter crammed with heritage buildings […]