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The alpine city Vipiteno is the northern most town of Italy. The german called Sterzing was founded in the Middle Ages and has retained its irresistible romantic and artistic charm. The Fugger weren't the only well known entrepreneurs which opened offices in the medieval period of prosperity. The charme, build in the Maximilian age, enchants still today! Today the small alpine town, which once served as a refuge for kings and emperors, is a sparkling jewel rich in ancient art, boasting in particular numerous wonderful bay windows as well as elegant boutiques.
You will be able to enjoy unforgettable days in the midst of the spectacular Dolomites mountain scenery in summer as well as in winter: Unspoilt countryside, adventure and relaxation in an area characterised by an outstanding beauty. The Rosskopf cable car are only two passes away of the centre. There you will find a beautiful Hiking area in summer and a small but inviting skiing area in winter. A real highlight is the longest illuminated and with artificial snow covered sledding run of Italy. 
Meadows, forests and mountains - the secret of memories that will last for a lifetime. The wealth of cultural and historical gems bears witness to a past rich in tradition. The town of Sterzing, a flourishing trading centre bustling with life and activity, constantly renews and revives the glory and splendour of the Fugger era. The charm of this area will certainly impress you, no matter whether you visit it: as a transient tourist or for a vacation for a longer period of time.

Bolzano, Italy


Bologna is an important cultural and artistic centre; its importance in terms of landmarks can be attributed to a varied mixture of monuments and architectural examples (medieval towers, antique buildings, churches, the layout of its historical centre) as well as works of art which are the result of a first class architectural and artistic history.

The University of Bologna is the oldest in Europe. The evidence of its prestigious history is spread out in many city places not to be missed. Walking under the porticos, protected from the sun and the rain, it is possible to reach easily many important museums, galleries and religious buildings, which hold an unexpected patrimony of works of art.

Bologna, Italy


The city of Pisa plays host to treasures of priceless value, making it one of Italy's most important cities of art. The Piazza dei Miracoli, with its world-famous Leaning Tower, is the hub of the prized artistic and architectural offerings.

The marble whiteness of the monuments treats visitors to a unique sight, seemingly rising from the grassy carpet of the piazza. The harmony of the arcades lends the imposing Leaning Tower a lightness that is repeated in the Cathedral and the further along Baptistery, in a striking and rare show of stylistic and visual continuum.

Pisa, Italy


Luxuriant, extraordinary, and such a mild climate. 
Capri is a Mediterranean island of calcareous origin that has been visited over the centuries by intellectuals, artists and writers, all enthralled by its magical beauty. A mix of history, nature, worldliness, culture and events that daily blend together and bring the Legend of Capri to life; a legend that sees no comparison anywhere in the world.

Naples, Italy


Also known as “the Lady of the Conero”, Numana is a pretty coastal town of Marche – FEE Blue Flag since 2000 – characterized by an ancient history, its natural harbor was already in use more than 2,500 years ago by the Piceni, then by the Greeks and then by Romans. 

Numana is inserted in the Regional Park of Conero as it is situated at the southern foot of the homonymous mountain, a rocky outcrop about 600 meters high that degrades quickly in the Adriatic Sea. Here you can find bays and coves of white pebbles, often accessible only by sea, dominated by pine trees, typical Mediterranean vegetation.
The historic center of the town (Numana Alta), where narrow and steep streets  separe the old fishermen’s houses, is located on a cliff overlooking the sea, on the border with Sirolo; it includes two natural bays, the beach of the Friars and the Spiaggiola. From the turistic port – moving to south – starts Numana Bassa, which collects gravel beach until Marcelli and arrives to the river Musone.

Ancona, Italy


Caorle is a lovely village, located along the venetian lagoon, on the Adriatic Sea.

It has a particular feature, with its original belltower and the small church directly next to the sea. Here you can find a beautiful, long sandy beach, clear water and all services you need for your summer!

Venice, Italy


Falling in love with Amelia and its land is not hard even in a short stay;because only here you can find a lost harmony and a natural lifestyle that make its a wonderful synthesis of the best of Umbria.Amelia with medival setting and interesting remains of Roman is surrounded by mighty city walls,exceptional testimony of the Italic peoples.The path to visit the town begins from Porta Romana,the largest of the 4 gates of the city,wich opens in polygonal walls between churches and noble palaces,through Piazza Marconi,the historic heart of the city with its characteristic medieval “Loggia del banditore”,up to the summit with the Cathedral and the dodecanale tower (30mt).Stately and beautiful,over 2 metres high,a bronze representation of Nerone Caludio Druso called Germanico.The armour is noteworthy representing the battle between Achilles and Troilo.The statue is the main attraction of the new Archeological Museum at Amelia,that houses an important collection of pre Roman and high medieval findings.There is a surprise beneath the town:a Roman cisterns,10 remarkable rooms realized for the supply of water in Roman times.A visit to the fascinating Amelia underground is a must.

Amelia, Italy


About one hour far from Florence, the city of Siena attracts every year lots of travellers who decide to visit the world famous Piazza del Campo, especially during the "Palio", the medieval horse race that takes palce twice during the year, always in summer. It is perfect if you like to get lost in the narrow medieval streets and find a special atmosphere while drinking a glass of local wine at one of the many cafes.


Siena, Italy

San Nicola Arcella

If you are looking for an amazing blue sea, blue like the sky, with sandy or stony beaches, just fly to the "toe" of the Italian peninsula and you will find the region of Calabria, a popular destination in summer.

Cosenza, Italy


Cortina d'Ampezzo is the capital of Dolomites mountains. It is about one hour and half far from Venice and it is the most fashion and famous among all the Dolomites cities. Here you can enjoy a lot of activities like hiking, skiing and, of course, shopping!

Belluno, Italy