Visit Monzuno: the complete guide

Monzuno is one of the member municipalities of the Upper and Middle Reno Valley mountain community, which means that, despite its small size (it has only 6200 inhabitants) it has significant importance for excursion lovers in the woods and mountains. 

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Visit Fiesole: the complete guide

Fiesole, a pretty town immersed in a breathtaking panorama, stands on the hills behind Florence.

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Royal Palace of Caserta: the complete guide

The Royal Palace of Caserta, one of the most important historical buildings of Italian Baroque, is located just 40 minutes from Naples and you can get there easily by car or train

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Visit Firenze: the complete guide

A World Heritage Site since 1982, Florence is universally known as the City of Art, thanks to the numerous prominent personalities who have created works here known and admired throughout the world.

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Visit Bari: the complete guide

Fascinating capital of the Puglia region and city with a great mercantile and entrepreneurial tradition, Bari is particularly famous in the Eastern and Orthodox world thanks to its numerous political-cultural contacts with the Middle East. In fact, the Basilica of San Nicola, which preserves the relics of the saint, has made the city a center of communication between different religious confessions.

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Visit Bruscoli: the complete guide

Bruscoli is a small gemstone nestled between the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines: this small village of only 230 inhabitants, in fact, is located exactly halfway between Emilia-Romagna and Tuscany regions.

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Visit Matera: the complete guide

Small but spectacular city in Basilicata, Matera is mainly known for the extraordinary nature of its Sassi. Having become a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993, the first site in southern Italy to receive this honor, Matera is one of the oldest cities still inhabited in the world.

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Visit Santeramo: the complete guide

Santeramo in Colle is the highest-located municipality in the province of Bari. Its name in fact derives from the existence of a place of worship, probably a hermitage with a monastery.

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Visit Sasso Marconi: the complete guide


Sasso Marconi is the first town we encounter in the hilly area of the Bolognese Apennines. Totally immersed in nature, surrounded by mountains and the Reno river, it owes its very particular name to Guglielmo Marconi, the Nobel Prize winner for physics, father of the radiotelegraph.

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Visit Gravina di Puglia: the complete guide

Gravina di Puglia is a small town near Bari known mainly for being the main headquarters of the Alta Murgia National Park.

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