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Ancient Greek ruins in Paestum, Campania

Paestum: Walk down Ancient Greek paths

The ancient city of Paestum is a veritable goldmine of Ancient Greek architecture and history. It’s a glimpse into a world we…

Set off for Siena

Siena’s Gothic monuments have been left largely unchanged for centuries. Consequently, it remains a medieval marvel! It’s charming districts conceal countless masterpieces from all…

Uncovering Veneto: Verona, the City of Love

The region of Veneto is known for its astounding historical bounty, especially beautiful frescoes and multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites! While Venice is probably…

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Barletta-Andria-Trani: Our must-see guide to Puglia – Part 2

Puglia (Apulia in English) forms the ‘heel’ of Italy’s ‘boot.’ With hundreds of kilometres of coastline, and centuries-old hill towns and farmland, Puglia offers…

Skiing in the Dolomites, a UNESCO world heritage site

Butterfly-shaped Trentino lies in Northern Italy, close to Austria through the Brenner Pass and in a central location close to Verona (90 km) and…