Travel to Vitorchiano
Vitorchiano is an Italian town of 7.126 inhabitants in the province of Viterbo in Lazio.  Vitorchiano is located at the foot of the Cimini mountains, stretching out towards the verdant Vezza valley. The ancient village, known for the activities related to the extraction and processing of peperino, lies on a bench, fractured into enormous boulders, […]
Travel to San candido
San Candido is an Italian town of 3.361 inhabitants in the autonomous province of Bolzano, in Trentino-Alto Adige, located in Alta Pusteria. Market-town since 1303, San Candido is today a renowned winter and summer tourist resort in the Dolomites, included in the Tre Cime nature park. The Italian name San Candido (which has already been […]
Travel to Pitigliano
Pitigliano is an Italian medieval town of 3.737 inhabitants in the province of Grosseto in Tuscany. Perched on a tuff cliff, the town stands imposingly on the valleys of the Lente, Meleta and Prochio streams, offering a wonderful view of the wild and unspoiled nature of this area of the Tuscan Maremma. Arriving with your […]
Travel to Panicale
Panicale is an Italian town of 5.483 inhabitants in the province of Perugia. It stands on a hill at the foot of Mount Petrarvella (641 m a.s.l.) in the Roman Val di Chiana, located between the valley of Lake Trasimeno and the valley of the Nestòre river. A place of great charm and magic, Panicale […]
Travel to Nesso
Nesso is an Italian town of 1.203 inhabitants in the province of Como in Lombardy and is located on the eastern shore of the Como branch of the homonymous lake. The toponym is Celtic and means “mooring”. While referring to the same Celtic origin, other theories seek the origin in the divinity of Ness, linked […]
Travel to Follonica
Follonica is an Italian town of 21.047 inhabitants in the province of Grosseto in Tuscany. It is in the territory of the Grosseto Metalliferous Hills, in the center of the homonymous gulf. The particular mild climate of Follonica, due to its “unique” territorial conformation, invites you to visit the area in all seasons. The area […]
Travel to Dozza
Dozza is an Italian town of 6.629 inhabitants in the metropolitan city of Bologna, in Emilia-Romagna, consisting of two countries: Toscanella (La Tuscanèla in Romagna, over 5.000 inhabitants), the only fraction, and the municipal capital Dozza (just over a thousand inhabitants). Dozza is considered one of the most characteristic medieval villages of the Tuscan-Romagna Apennines, […]
Travel to San Miniato
San Miniato (formerly San Miniato al Tedesco) is an Italian town of 27.997 inhabitants in the province of Pisa in Tuscany. It is an important economic and industrial center of the leather area and is famous for the white truffle. The historic center of the city is located in a strategic position on a hill […]
Trip to Specchia
Specchia is an Italian town of 4.766 inhabitants in the province of Lecce in Puglia, located in the lower Salento, 53 km from the provincial capital. The name of the town derives from the Latin specula, artificially raised place. In fact, it originates from the “specchie”, conical-shaped stone heaps that the Messapi used as a […]
Trip to Merano
Merano is an Italian municipality of 41.172 inhabitants, capital of the district community of Burgraviato, in the autonomous province of Bolzano, in Trentino- South Tyrol. After the capital Bolzano, Merano is the most populated center in the province and the third in Trentino-Alto Adige. The spectacular landscape, high-level cuisine, countless possibilities for sport and leisure: […]