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Italy’s Top 3 Craziest Roman Emperors

Many a Roman emperor was never voted into power, they inherited it. That meant succession was often a bit of a lucky packet. You…

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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Uncovering Veneto: Venice, the floating city

The region of Veneto is known for its astounding historical bounty, especially beautiful frescoes and multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites! Of course, the first…

Our must-see guide to Piemonte – Part 2

White mountains or green hills? Glaciers or still lakes? Industrial districts or medieval villages? The choice is yours! Dense in history, rich in natural…

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Torino, the magical city under the Alps

With a population of just over a million people, Torino (capital of Piemonte) is a small city, but almost always on the move. It boasts…

Piemonte and the Alps

Our must-see guide to Piemonte – Part 1

White mountains or green hills? Glaciers or still lakes? Industrial districts or medieval villages? The choice is yours! Dense in history, rich in natural…

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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…

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Hotel Villa d’Este, authentic oasis on Lake Como

Just an hour from Milan, Hotel Villa d’Este is a triumphant testimony to Italian poise and antiquity. This dazzling palace overlooking the glorious Lake…

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San Domenico Palace Hotel: the Jewel of Taormina

With the sea below and Mount Etna on the horizon, Taormina, a panoramic viewpoint on the Mediterranean, is already in itself a unique destination….

GArgano Puglia

Foggia: our must-see guide to Puglia – Part 1

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…