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Botticelli’s paintings return to the Accademia Gallery in Florence

Botticelli’s paintings return to the Accademia Gallery in Florence

Two paintings attributed to Sandro Botticelli will return from their trips abroad in the next few days. Returning to the Gallery is the Madonna and Child John the Baptist and two angels loaned to the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum in Innsbruck for the exhibition dedicated to Botticelli’s Madonnas which ended on 30 January. Dated 1468, it […]

Casanova at TAM – Arcimboldi Theatre Milan

Casanova at TAM – Arcimboldi Theatre Milan

The musical theatre kolossal set in VENICE and dedicated to one of the world’s most famous Italian characters, GIACOMO CASANOVA Casanova Opera Pop, is the first new musical theatre show to be staged after the reopening of the theatres to full capacity, a new work that Red Canzian has created in the last two long […]

Two months of art and religious initiatives at Sacro Monte in Varese

Two months of art and religious initiatives at Sacro Monte in Varese

Italy, Varese – After a 2021 that saw more than 6,000 visitors to the museums (Casa Pogliaghi, Baroffio and the Crypt), in addition to the numerous visitors to Viale delle Cappelle, Sacro Monte di Varese opens 2022 with the art and religiousness that are the hallmarks of the Unesco site. Archeologistics, a Varese-based company committed […]

On the schnapps route through the beautiful landscapes of Kufsteinerland

On the schnapps route through the beautiful landscapes of Kufsteinerland

Birds sorb. Pear. Chilli. Juniper berries. Apricot. Raspberry. Apple. These are just some of the ingredients for creating fine spirits. The Kufsteinerland, the beautiful region of Tyrol, invites you to taste (but also to take part in distillation courses) delicious grappas, liqueurs and brandies A true tradition handed down from generation to generation, going back […]

Guido Reni in Rome. The Sacred and Nature

Guido Reni in Rome. The Sacred and Nature

More than thirty years after the last Italian exhibition dedicated to the 17th-century master, over 30 works celebrate the genius of Guido Reni and his mastery of landscape painting. The exhibition revolves around the painting Danza campestre (Country Dance), which became part of the Borghese collection a year ago thanks to its acquisition, a fundamental […]

The Florentine. The Great Diamond of Tuscany

The Florentine. The Great Diamond of Tuscany

The exhibition “Il Fiorentino. Il Gran Diamante di Toscana” currently underway at Palazzo Medici Riccardi, and so instead of closing as planned on 26 January, it will be extended to 22 February 2022. Dedicated to one of the most precious and rare jewels of the Medici family, the “Gran Diamante” of the Grand Duke of […]

Latium’s Great Gardens (Italy)

Latium’s Great Gardens (Italy)

500 years of art and landscape history in 18 outstanding gardens, a unique artistic and botanical heritage A journey that will take you to discover the botanical treasure trove of the papal residence of Castel Gandolfo, continuing in the heart of Rome through the superb Vatican Gardens and the secret garden of Palazzo Colonna on […]

Quebrada Carnival

Quebrada Carnival

In the north-west of the province of Jujuy, where the altitude marks the rhythm of the narrow streets and houses made of clay bricks mixed with straw, ancestral traditions and the culture of the land come together to create a unique festival: the Carnival of Quebrada de Humahuaca Due to its scenic beauty and natural […]

Compagnia dei Cammini: leisurely journeys in the footsteps of the Histories of Italy

Compagnia dei Cammini: leisurely journeys in the footsteps of the Histories of Italy

With the new year, new roads open up, new paths are created or we simply decide to follow those that someone, often far away in time, has walked before us to breathe in their essence. Travelling on foot, in fact, goes back to the origins of mankind and if before it might have been a […]

Thrilling proposals in Tyrol

Thrilling proposals in Tyrol

574 three-thousand-metre peaks, over 80 ski resorts and more than 3,000 kilometres of pistes – this is what ski enthusiasts can expect in Tyrol. But Tyrol can also be different. Winter in the Tyrolean Alps also offers daring bathing in frozen lakes or swimming in underground rivers that shape the belly of the glacier, rafting […]