This other symbol of the city is a building of medieval origin that overlooks Piazza dei Signori, between the Palazzo del Capitano and Palazzo dei Camerlenghi. The Tower was built, in the first ...Read More
The Val Gardena hike is a 8.7 km loop from the Seceda mountain top station to the Regensburger Hütte (Rifugio Firenze) mountain hut is a spectacular and surprisingly easy day. The walk starts w...Read More
This is the most beautiful and enchanting mountain and lake ever. Classic water+mountain+blue skies views. I saw all the dolomites, drove through them, stopped etc. but this was the most peacef...Read More
Monopoli is a town located in the southern coast of Italy. It’s a quiet town famous for its cathedrals. Here, you will get to know about the things to do in Monopoli. Let’s start exploring with ...Read More
The main ski area in Wolkenstein (Selva di Val Gardena) is the ski resort Val Gardena (Gröden). The ski resort is located 0.5 kilometres from the centre of the village. Wolkenstein (Selva d...Read More
One of the classics of the Dolomites is walking around Croda da Lago. It demonstrates all the beauty of the Cortina Dolomites and all the variety of the environment: great panoramic views of the...Read More
Villa Cimbrone is a historic building on the southern coast of Italy, and its crowning jewel is the breathtaking views overlooking the ocean of the Amalfi coast, on its Terrace of Infinity, whic...Read More
Spread in the Tuscan hills in the municipality of Capannori, there is a centuries-old oak with an opening width of over 45 meters.
Wonderful to see, to dive in and to be enveloped by its...Read More
Deep in the Salento, the part of Puglia shaping the heel of Italy's boot, you'll find amazing natural beauty, a mostly rocky coastline with intermittent sandy beach coves, incredibly clear water...Read More
Our base was Monterosso and we took the ferry to Portovenere as a day trip. The ferry ride was really nice and the views as we came into Portovenere were spectacular!! We walked up to the old ch...Read More
Villa Pisani is a majestic complex built with classic Venetian architecture and rightly referred to as the National Museum.
Villa Pisani, the "Queen" of the world-famous Venetian villas...Read More
Lake Resia is an artificial alpine lake with a capacity of 120 million cubic meters. It is the largest lake in South Tyrol. Lake Resia is considered the mecca of the snowkiters. Here the conditi...Read More
Liguria has many spectacular (and some like this one also quite dangerous walks) and this one is one of the best - the views are unbelievable.
Try the walk from S.Rocco to Punta Chiappa, ...Read More
In the town of Manciano, just a few kilometers from the village of Saturnia, springs of sulphuric waters form large ponds with a temperature of 37.5° C, creating free and open-air thermal “pools...Read More
After the visit to Matera, we headed to Craco, the ghost town, which became famous after the collapses and landslides that forced the population to a forced exodus a few decades ago. Craco now, ...Read More
This church dates back to the 5th century AD, although there remain very few parts of the original early church, except for the bell tower of the 9th century. Over the years, it has been extensi...Read More
Lake Anterselva lies at 1,642 m above sea level and is the third-largest lake in Alto Adige. The stunning scenery of the Nature Park of the Vedette di Ries Aurina, in the Aurina Valley provides ...Read More
Ravello welcomes you by its evocative appearance of Santa Maria a Gradillo with its immediate and intense Moorish influence.
A little further on are the remains of the ancient fortified c...Read More
The Vesuvius National Park is a wild and unspoilt area of natural woodland surrounding the volcano. Almost everyone who enters heads up to the final climb of Vesuvius, and as a result the narrow...Read More
The western Gardesana, we could say the mythical western Gardesana, is the road that runs along the Lombard shore of Lake Garda.
Starting from Sirmione , the most beautiful villages of Ga...Read More
Set out from Amalfi for a 3hour circular walk up the valley. Well established path with lemon groves along the sides of the valley. Stunning views back towards Amalfi. Fortunately you can come a...Read More
Beautiful park in the north west of Italy. Stunning landscapes and well preserved paths, accurately signalled. This nationalpark is very suitable for long walks among high snowcovered Mountains,...Read More
The "finestrella" is a classic for us Bolognese, apparently the city has no rivers but in the area between Via Piella and Via Alessandrini you can see an ancient canal that survived the subseque...Read More
Lake Garda is such a huge area with many villages and towns and all with their own attractions and also all the mountain areas as well. There are many highlights and some can be told, such as th...Read More
Another postcard-perfect part of the Dolomites. Even if the weather is moody the drama of the landscape fits it.
Lavaredo's three peaks, or the Italian "Tre Cime di Lavaredo," are three ...Read More
The Basilica of the Sanctuary Madonna della Corona is a wonderful place. The views are amazing, the basilica is built right on the rock (if inside you can see the bare rock). The entire structur...Read More
Cala Gonone is an Italian seaside town and a civil parish of the municipality of Dorgali, Province of Nuoro, in the region of Sardinia. In 2007 it had 1,279 inhabitants.The famous Grotta del Bue...Read More
Named after the deer who used to live in this region, Cervara di Roma is a small village in the province of Rome dramatically perched on a cliff in the Monti Simbruini Regional Park.
It ...Read More
The artificial lake of Barcis, located in the heart of Valcellina, welcomes visitors with the brilliant green of its water and offers to everybody a world of possibility of fun.
The lake ...Read More
Hermitage of Santa Caterina del Sasso is a Roman Catholic cloister situated in the district of Leggiuno, in the Province of Varese and the area of Lombardy, Italy.
It is located on a roug...Read More
The Ortler is the highest mountain in the Eastern Alps outside the Bernina Rangerange. It's located in northern Italy (he meeting point of the borders of Switzerland, Italy and Austria) and nest...Read More
This spot, the Bosco Verticale, also known as Vertical Forest is actually a pair of towers of residential nature that are located in Porta Nuova district in Milan, Italy and between Via Federico...Read More
The church of San Giovanni degli Eremiti is a beautiful and rich example of Arab architecture.The church contains the Arab heritage as it is immediately perceived by the presence of five flaming...Read More
Tuscany is home to the Apuan Alps, a mountain range nestled between the valleys of the Serchio and Magra rivers, not far from the Garfagnana and Lunigiana areas. It is a wonderful part of the wo...Read More
Scalea is a town and comune in the province of Cosenza in the Calabria region of southern Italy. The town takes its name from its terraced lay-out on the hillside, at the bottom of the Capo Scal...Read More
In the heart of Val d’Orcia, in the municipality of Pienza, you can find the ancient village of Monticchiello which has succeeded in conserving an authentic beauty. Monticchiello was the main ce...Read More
About seven miles, stay on track 215, 216 can be very difficult. Beautiful vistas on this hike, few difficult trekking spots, can be busy in spots. Trail head about four miles from town center, ...Read More
The Basilica of the Sanctuary Madonna Della Corona is a wonderful place. Some 15 miles from the center of the city of Verona, perched against the mountainside on a ledge, is the Sanctuary of Mad...Read More
The Dolceacqua Bridge is one of the most popular landmarks in Italy. This small town located in the province of Imperia is right next to the French border.
The name Dolceacqua comes from...Read More
A spectacular of this magnitude is really rare and probably unique. Along the way you can see rare plants of a surreal beauty, cared for and kept in their natural habitat: the specific climate o...Read More
This beautiful whimsical eccentric park was designed in 1552 by Prince Vicino Orsini and architect Pirro Ligorio. It is a sculpted world of animals, temples, mythological creatures, gods and god...Read More
Forza D'Agrò was the place of Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather's scenes set in Corleone. You will recognize the landscape with its ancient rocks, ancient wood, bamboo huts and homes, whateve...Read More
This place is also commonly known as the Tibetan Bridge(s) because of its similarity in its construction, but that where its end. The path to Tibetan bridges in Sasso di Castalda is located on t...Read More
Very friendly little campsite with good facilities. There are a number of caravans permanently parked on site, and plenty of spaces for camper vans and tents. Rates were exceedingly reasonabl...Read More
Amongst the many museums in Venice, there is a very unusual one: the museum of madness on the Island of San Servolo.
The Island of San Servolo, the former site of a Benedictines ...Read More
The Appian Way is one of Rome's oldest roads and, surprisingly, it is still in use. Its construction began in 312 BC and there are still some old Roman ruins to be seen along the route through a...Read More
Monterano is a deserted village located on the top of a tuff hill in the Monterano Natural Park, in the center of Italy not too far from Rome and the lake of Bracciano. It is a ghost town that h...Read More
For obvious reasons this part of South Tyrol and this Wood sculpture of an astronaut is by Fabiano de Martin Topranin reminds of Space Oddity by David Bowie. The song goes like. Ground Control t...Read More
head to Parco Sempione. Located in northwest Milan, this large park (116 acres) is the perfect place to enjoy a walk or run among flowers and greenery, far from the hustle and bustle of the urba...Read More
Numerous routes lead from the surrounding communities to and around the peaks. The most common route is from Paternkofel/Monte Paterno to the alpine hut Auronzo at 7,654 ft, over Paternsattel to...Read More
Arch of Constantine is one of the three triumphal arches in the Rome and is the largest one lying close to Colosseum. This was built in place in 315 AD for celebrating the victory of Constantine...Read More
The Passetto (small passage) is the passage atop the old Vatican wall between St. Peter's and the Castel Sant' Angelo. This an 800m long way is also known as the Passetto di Borgo, or in earlier...Read More
Cefalù, one of Italy's most charming villages, is one of the island's busiest resorts and holiday destinations. It is located on Sicily's northern coast, some 70 kilometers from Palermo.
Imagine the sound of your footsteps creaking on the fresh snow in the silence of the woods, and the warm light of the sun that warms your face, penetrating the bare branches of the trees. Next t...Read More
With striking geography, thousands of miles of trails and incredible views, the Dolomites range in northeast Italy is a mountain bike paradise that should be on every rider's bucket list. The Do...Read More
In the hike from Rifugio Lagazuoi and back down to Passo Falzarego, there is something for everyone to enjoy. There are mountain-top views, a gondola ride, historic ruins, and it has plenty of ...Read More
The Arcomagno beach is one of the most enchanting sights this seemingly empty land can conserve, particularly if you look at the Pollino mountains and its steep, dusty and disappearing view amon...Read More
The largest of Italy’s fresh-water lakes, Lake Garda is located in northeast Italy. Tourists traveling here will find plenty of excursions and activities to keep them entertained year-round—ever...Read More
The Sassi represent the ancient part of the city of Matera.
The term "Sassi" was used for the first time in 1204, assigning to two picturesque neighborhoods known as the Sassi of Matera,...Read More
Mount Vesuvius is one of only two active volcanoes in Continental Europe, around 1,281 meters high, with a central cone symmetrical and steep wooded slopes. The entire National Park of Mount Ves...Read More
A visit to Rocca Calascio is a must, at least once in a lifetime. This small village unchanged over time and surrounded by breathtaking landscapes is one the best that the Abruzzo Apennines offe...Read More
During the winter, the Marmolada offers visitors the chance to enjoy all sorts of winter sports, also thanks to the link with the Dolomiti Superski areas of Arabba, Civetta and Sellaronda. The m...Read More
There is much confusion about the definition of the Path of the Gods. Some call it the path S. Maria del Castello , Forest , Head Wall, Bomerano ; rest seized by scruples, they add a "High" and ...Read More
Monte Testaccio is essentially an enormous, ancient trash dump where Romans stacked broken bits of olive oil amphorae when the oil residue rancided and the amphorae could not be reused. With lan...Read More
Do NOT belive the overly exposed photoshoped pink beach however Spiaggia Rosa is one of the few places on the planet with pink sand. As a result, it is one of the most unique and paradisiacal sp...Read More
This lagoon is amazing. There wasn't much of a beach, so would advise not bringing much as there is not much place to put ur things. We were the only people there the day we went. Would be diffi...Read More
Punta Rocca: is located at an altitude of 3,250 meters in the Marmolada Mountain Group. The hut, which is the highest point of the ski resort, is very well-visited mainly because of the cable ca...Read More
The Val Gardena is considered as a true paradise for hikers and climbers. Located in the world heritage site of the dolomites and the Puez idle nature park, hiking in the beautiful landscapes o...Read More
The Aloch ski run, which belongs to the Val di Fassa ski stadium, is the ideal spot for skiers and snowboarders alike in winter. Well-known in the international ski racing world, it even include...Read More
Pietrapertosa is a small village of about 1.000 inhabitants on 1.088 m a.s.l., famous for being the highest municipality in Basilicata and surrounded by rocky towers. This village is wholly buil...Read More
The Parco degli Acquedotti is located on a wide stretch of beautiful Roman countryside— the famous "Campagna Romana" so often depicted by artists over the centuries— just outside the city of Rom...Read More
You've probably read all about these amazing peaks, so i can add that the path to reach the three rocks is really easy, anyone could practice this hike. So don't waste your time anymore and go s...Read More
Drive to Vilminore, park your car. Walk on the CAI 411 path from the village of Pianezza at 1265 meters from Vilminore to the Gleno Dam at 1520 meters above sea level. The Gleno Dam was a multi-...Read More
The picturesque medieval town is rested on a steep bluff above a river gorge. While Sant'Agata de' Goti is just a few miles from Caserta, its magnificent royal palace, Sant'Agata feels like a ...Read More
Genoa (Italian: Genova, Ligurian: Zena) is a historic port city in northern Italy, the capital of the Liguria region. As a tourist attraction, is often overshadowed by cities s...Read More
Hi guys, this is my Italy/Rome trip review. If you are looking for good pasta and ice cream, this is your place. Also, Rome has really good historical places to visit. Pros: Rome itself is not a...Read More
climb of 750 steps from Amalfi up the mountain to PontoneRead More
It is the second largest public park in Rome after the Ancient Appia Regional Park. The park is beautiful, but the best thing about it is that most tourists never find their way there. The park ...Read More
Aosta Valley is the smallest region in Italy; in its northwest, it is located between France and Switzerland. At its core are its majestic peaks (the region is, after all, mostly mountainous). H...Read More
Admission to the Scaligera castle is 8 euros which seems rather a lot as there is very little inside the walls apart from the battlements and the tower. Don't get me wrong it's always good to sp...Read More
Wonderful and well-marked trail behind Amalfi's town. Lemon groves, old paper mills, a babbling stream with a few waterfalls. A nice getaway and something different from going to town or the wat...Read More
The Via dell’Amore has become a world-famous landmark in its own right, and is especially popular with visitors to the area (as it’s an easy 20 minute stroll along the waterfront rather than a v...Read More
A quick Google image search of Cinque Terre, also known as the Italian Riviera, will make you want to get up and go immediately. I heard from friends that going hiking in Cinque Terre was a must...Read More
This is as part of Monte Borgà which is one of the southernmost summits of the Dolomiti Friulane (also Dolomiti d'Oltre Piave, or Northern Prealpi Carniche). The mountain is located to the west ...Read More
When the painter Michelangelo da Caravaggio, fled from Malta, he took refuge in Syracuse and was welcomed by fellow painter Mario Minniti. During his stay, Caravaggio visited the area of the lat...Read More
Less well-known than Siena or Assisi, this incredible little gem has escaped modern age. The city teeters rise high above a vast wind and canyon ruled by erosion on top of a crest.
The Sanctuary of Santa Maria infra Saxa and the Tempietto Valadier are two sanctuaries and chapel located at the entrance of the Frasassi Caves, a remarkable karst cave system in the municipalit...Read More
This place is an excellent choice of hike and cycling trips for all levels of ability. We tried this as a different break. The area is fully geared up for summer visitors. Walking was easy with ...Read More
High above the coastline of Trieste is a narrow ribbon of jagged rocks eroded by rain and wind, plunging into the sea without fear. This calcareous landscape of the Dolomite, called "carso" in I...Read More
Via Krupp is a well-known switchback paved walkway on the island of Capri, connecting the Charterhouse of San Giacomo and the Gardens of Augustus with Marina Piccola. Licensed by German industri...Read More
Fedaia is one of the hardest climbs you will have in the Dolomites. Fedaia climb begins in the town of Caprile, where you can also locate the junction to ascend the Falzarego Pass or, only 500 m...Read More
La Rocca di Garda is a steep rock between the villages of Garda and Bardolino overlooking the waters of the lake.
It consists of two main peaks separated by a hill: the Rocca Vecchia and ...Read More
The Maxima Cloaca was the main sewer in ancient Rome. It worked pretty well too! Today, of course, it's just a shadow of its former self, so to speak, as hardly any of it trembled, except a tric...Read More
The Monte Santo is a hill located at Julian towards the south of Camporosso. The hill is about 1789 meters above sea level. There are small villages at the top of the mountain with a stunning sa...Read More
The Fanes-Senes-Braies/Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Reserve covers an area of approximately 62 acres. The Val di Landro/Höhlensteintal Valley forms al the way from the east towards the west, and it...Read More
The famous castle of Sirmione, which dates back to the Scaliger Lords of Verona, and its small port (still perfectly preserved) are an uncommon example of a fortress used as a port.
Il sentiero parte andando oltre la stazione e girando a destra. Un po' di asfalto sotto i cavalcavia e poi si entra nel sentiero, sempre ottimamente indicato. La salita ai Prati di Mugnano è fac...Read More
For many it is the 'Pearl of the Adriatic', for others, it is the country of Domenico Modugno and Pino Pascali, for others, it is one of the most sought-after film sets in recent years.
Imagine soaring at 100 km / h, 400 meters (1,300) above the valley and twisting mountain roads below, your heart racing due to a combination of adrenaline, fear and awe... That's it! Instead of ...Read More
This is the marine part of the vast ecosystem of Porto Conte Park, added in 2002. Capo Caccia-Piana Island's protected area falls within Alghero's territory and includes Porto Conte Bay and the ...Read More