Rome, the city where history and italian essence mix and create a unique atmosphere. Where old Vespa motorbikes stroll by narrow streets of Trastevere. Traces of Roman Empire, Renaissance and Baroque can be discovered all around the city and its unique atmosphere will make you live a wonderful experience. This city is the hearth from … Continue reading Rome in one day: A journey through history
“Ladies and gentlemen, as we start our descent, please make sure your seat backs and tray tables are in their full upright position. Make sure your seat belt is securely fastened and all carry-on luggage is stowed underneath the seat in front of you or in the overhead bins. Thank you.”
We’re landing in the central part of Tuscany in a city which lies at 322m above sea level. It sits over 3 hills and it is one of the Italy’s most visited touristic attractions.
Welcome to Siena!
The historic centre of Siena has been declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site.
According to local legend, Siena was founded by Senius and Aschius, two sons of Remus and thus nephews of Romulus, after whom Rome was named.
Christianity did not penetrate into Siena until the 4th century AD.
Ok, we’re all now in Siena and where to head first…
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When I close my eyes and remember Capri the first thing that comes to my mind is that breathtaking view I had from the terrace of the gardens of Augustus: an unforgettable panorama overlooking the sea where I could see Mount Solaro, the bay of Marina Piccola and the Faraglioni.
A view that makes you want to linger for hours admiring it surrounded by so much beauty, a view that stays carved in your mind and soul long after you have returned home, Oh Capri…..
Capri is an island in the Campania region of Italy. It has two harbors: Marina Piccola and Marina Grande. The island is composed of two municipalities: Capri and Anacapri. Anacapri is located about 150m higher than Capri (the prefix “ana” means “up” or “above”). Villa San Michele is a must see when you’re in Anacapri.
If we go back to history, we notice that human presence…
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