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A rich and fruitful season for Sicilian archaeology

A rich and fruitful season for Sicilian archaeology

Palermo -Some finds from the archaeological excavations carried out in the Valley of the Temples of Agrigento shed new light on the architectural, historical and archaeological phases of the Sanctuary and Temple D. These are the considerations linked to the first excavation campaign, just completed, which was carried out by the Scuola Normale di Pisa […]

In South Tyrol winter is much more than a season, it is a mood

In South Tyrol winter is much more than a season, it is a mood

Bolzano (Italy) – Winter in South Tyrol is much more than snow and skiing. The winter season in this area is a state of mind, a way of being and experiencing things. It is the majesty of the Dolomite peaks illuminated at night only by the stars and the moon, it is the technological innovation […]

Nougat festival. From Ruby chocolate rose to gluten-free nougat

Nougat festival. From Ruby chocolate rose to gluten-free nougat

Cremona (Italy) – It is simply good the product based on egg white, dried fruit and honey really drives everyone crazy and will be presented in great variety at the Preview of the Festa del Torrone 2020 in the streets of Cremona from October 16th to 18th. From the novelties of Sperlari Zanzibar Fondente with […]

White truffle of Alba, the season starts, purchases and bookings open

White truffle of Alba, the season starts, purchases and bookings open

“Tuber Magnatum Pico” is considered the most prized by Gourmets all over the world. The White Truffle d`Alba is harvested exclusively in the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato territories, it is not a cultivable tuber and is a natural sentinel of the territory. The White Truffle d`Alba has a velvety outer surface, ochre-greenish in colour and […]

A true jewel of mysterious Milan

A true jewel of mysterious Milan

In Milan, not far from the splendid 15th century State University, there is the Ossuary of San Bernardino alle Ossa in Piazza Santo Stefano, in the Verziere area. Next to the Basilica, to the left of the front, there is a more intimate temple, more in the architecture than a church that would evoke a […]

If you pass by Bologna it’s party time

If you pass by Bologna it’s party time

Bologna – An unusual summer in the name of local tourism has the undoubted advantage of (re)discovering familiar but sometimes little known panoramas, rich in history, villages to explore, beautiful landscapes and a world-famous food and wine offer. The wineries of the Consorzio Vini Colli Bolognesi, hard hit by the Covid-19 emergency, have reopened their […]

An Italian story of Love and Beauty

An Italian story of Love and Beauty

Italy – Her name is Laura Breda, the very young girl from Brescia (Brescia – Lombardy – Northern Italy), the protagonist of a love story and success story to make anyone envious. Laura is a girl in her early twenties, intelligent, beautiful, cultured, cultured, curious and sparkling in the soul, precisely because of these characteristics, […]

The XVI Meeting ‘Vele Storiche Viareggio’ will take place

The XVI Meeting ‘Vele Storiche Viareggio’ will take place

Despite all the necessary precautions and in compliance with current regulations, the XVI Vele Storiche Viareggio Meeting is confirmed and will take place in the Tuscan city from 15 to 18 October 2020. After the numerous and forced cancellations of many meetings due to the Covid-19 emergency, the appointment at the Club Nautico Versilia could, […]

Italy. How to experience Alta Badia as a real local

Italy. How to experience Alta Badia as a real local

Alta Badia, in the heart of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an authentic place, rich in culture and traditions of thousands of years, which distinguish the Ladins, the inhabitants of these lands. The new project Nos Ladins – We Ladins aim to bring tourists closer to the local traditions and way of life. […]

Florence. Reopens the Boboli Gardens

Florence. Reopens the Boboli Gardens

Florence – After more than ten weeks of closure due to the epidemiological emergency, the Boboli Gardens reopens on Thursday 21st May at 9 a.m. The garden is a real open-air museum, unique in the world, with an extraordinary botanical heritage, and a landscape and architectural layout that houses, among its avenues, flowerbeds and groves, […]

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