Car Route: Amalfi Coast
After long trips, trading in spices and expensive fabrics in southern Italy, as well as traveling to the farthest places like Tunisia, Alexandria, Antioch or the metropolis of Constantinople, the…

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Driving Route: East Aosta Valley
East Aosta Valley This valley is called central. It coincides with the course of the Dora and is directed first to the northwest, and then to the clean west, following…

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Folgaria - for lovers of downhill and cross-country skiing
Introduce your children to the winter magic of Trentino! If you decide to relax with your whole family, then you should go to the southeast of this region, to one…

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Kronplatz: Italian snow, Austrian customs

The Kronplatz resort, belonging to the Italian ski region Dolomiti Superski, can be characterized by three adjectives: cozy, family, modern. You need to come here for at least a week: ride enough, take a walk along Brunico, splash around in the thermal center in Riscone and one day get to the neighboring Alta Badia valley to “scroll” the famous Sella Ronda. Continue reading

10 Italian resorts you might not know about

Year after year, travelers storm the same Italian places: the coast of Sardinia and the Sicilian Taormina, the Tuscan hills and the resorts of Emilia-Romagna, land in whole landings in the Ligurian Cinque Terre or Ischia. For those who are looking for new routes and do not want to meet package tourists, I chose 10 resort places in Italy, where Italians themselves relax. Continue reading

Trenitalia: super-economics have become even cheaper
With the help of Trenitalia it is very convenient to travel around Italy, and even stop by in neighboring countries. But you need to think about your route in advance,…

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Tometta from La Thuile
A small chocolate factory with the same name Chocolat (Fraz. Entreves, 2 - La Thuile) is easy to find without a navigator - you still feel the sweet aroma at…

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Heart of tuscany
This city is called the heart of Tuscany, a museum city, a flourishing city. Actually, its name is Florence, which arose in 59 BC and is translated as “blooming”. Whatever…

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