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The Secrets of the Imperial Forums

The Secrets of the Imperial Forums

All Roads Lead to Rome. A visit to the Imperial Forums is an essential part of your stay in Rome: this unique architectural complex tells the story of the greatness of a civilization without equals. Who hasn’t dreamed of strolling among the impressive remains of... read more
North vs South Italy?

North vs South Italy?

A Difficult Dilemma for Every Tourist! North vs South Italy? It may seem like a strange predicament, but Italy is a peninsula shaped like a long boot, and there is always the quandary about which part of the peninsula to choose as a vacation destination. The question... read more
The Legendary Mille Miglia

The Legendary Mille Miglia

A Story of Passion and Motors that has lasted for over 90 Years In the collective imagination, the Mille Miglia is the queen of motor racing competitions with twenty-four  historical editions, from 1927 to 1957, and a route that continues for about 1600 km, the famous... read more
All You Need to Know About Florentine Leather

All You Need to Know About Florentine Leather

The tradition of Florentine leather The history of leather in Florence has its roots in a centuries-old tradition that has given life to one of the most unique artisan production sites in the world: the Leather School of Florence. Already in the mid-1200s at the base... read more
The most beautiful & famous theatres in Italy

The most beautiful & famous theatres in Italy

Italy has many beautiful, historic opera houses, most of all still serving as theatres. Opera and ballet fans should visit at least one opera house and enjoy a live performance in one of this theatres in Italy. The opera season is generally from October to March or... read more
Top Things to See in Naples

Top Things to See in Naples

Your Trip in Search of the Most Beautiful Places in Italy Starts Here Among all of the Italian cities, Naples certainly knows how to arouse the curiosity of its visitors and remain etched in their hearts. Colorful, rowdy, cheerful and above all, rich in charm, it... read more
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