City of Culture, History, Art Florence, also called “the city of art” is the home of many masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture. The Duomo, a cathedral with a terracotta-tiled dome engineered by Brunelleschi, and the bell tower designed by … Continued


Wild landscapes and more Sardinia and its wild hinterland are a one of a kind landscapes you will not find anywhere else in Italy. Untouched beaches and deep rooted traditions are just a little part of what Sardinia has to … Continued


Salentu, lu sule, lu mare, lu ientu The Salento is home to some of Italy’s loveliest and most folkloric towns: the fortress town of Gallipoli, facing the sea on two sides, the white town of Otranto with its gems and … Continued


Venice, the Floating City La Serenissima. It is the principal city of the Veneto region, in the NorthEastern side of Italy, and it is built on many little islands gathered in the Laguna Venetaof the Adriatic Sea. Yes, it has … Continued


City of fashion and design Milano is a metropolis in the Italian northern region of Lombardy. It is well known for being the global capital of fashion and design. It hosts the national stock exchange market space, but it is … Continued


Deep blue sea and white striped coastlines It’s the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and has a florid history that can be easily told by monuments like the ones shaping the Valley of the Temples. The valley shows the … Continued


Rome. The Capital. The Eternal City A metropolis with more that 28 centuries of history, imagine how many stories to tell. The early populations were Latins, Etruscans, and Sabines. The arts, the architectures, the cultures have traveled through time, reigning … Continued

Naples and the Amalfi Coast

City of beauties and controversies Naples is the principal city (also known as “capoluogo” in Italian) of the Campania region. The city is the third most populated in Italy, after Rome and Milan. It was founded around six hundred years … Continued