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Manarola, the most colorful little town in the world in Liguria, Italy

| 23 diciembre, 2020 | 0 Comments
Manarola, the most colorful little town in the world in Liguria, Italy

Manarola is the penultimate town that makes up the Cinque Terre walking from North to South, after having known Monterosso, Vernazza and Corniglia; just before reaching Riomaggiore. What characterizes Manarola? Its liveliness, its fantastic restaurants and its architectural beauty,so many colorful houses nestled in the stone, that the poet Lino Crovara describes very well as […]

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Alberobello, the village of Trullos, strangest and most picturesque in Italy.

| 3 marzo, 2020 | 0 Comments
Alberobello, the village of Trullos, strangest and most picturesque in Italy.

What makes Alberobello one of the most important tourist destinations in southern Italy, and Puglia, are its Trullos. These are white cylindrical buildings with ceilings shaped like a stone cone. These houses make it look like a fairytale town and have incredible places. It is listed as world heritage by UNESCO. What to see in […]

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San Gimignano, the village of medieval towers in Tuscany, Italy

| 11 febrero, 2020 | 0 Comments
San Gimignano, the village of medieval towers in Tuscany, Italy

San Gimignano is a medieval town located in the hills of the region of Tuscany. This place, also called «The City of a Thousand Towers» is just 60 km from Florence. That’s why if you are in the Florentine capital and want to know this beautiful town. Travel to San Gimignano San Gimignano, a UNESCO […]

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The Amalfi Coast, the beautiful coastal area in Italy

| 15 octubre, 2019 | 0 Comments
The Amalfi Coast, the beautiful coastal area in Italy

The Amalfi or Amalfi coast, with its natural and architectural landscape of great beauty, has attracted poets, artists and travelers from all over the world. In fact, it has been a place of exchange between the Islamic world and the West, rich in contrasts, the Mediterranean sun and steep cliffs, lush vegetation and caves in […]

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The Blue Grotto, the most famous cave in Capri

| 30 septiembre, 2019 | 0 Comments
The Blue Grotto, the most famous cave in Capri

The blue grotto (or grotta azurra in Italian) is a small cave that is well known for the intense blue color that can be seen inside and that is reflected up to its walls and ceiling. To be able to visit it, the only way is to enter a boat, which adds charm to the […]

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Duomo of Milan, Milan Cathedral

| 29 septiembre, 2019 | 0 Comments
Duomo of Milan, Milan Cathedral

The Duomo of Milan, the Gothic cathedral turned into the true symbol of the city, does not leave indifferent neither for its beauty nor for its dimensions, it is one of the largest Catholic temples in the world, with capacity for 40,000 people. It has a spectacular neo-Gothic facade and numerous marble spiers that rise […]

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Discover Riomaggiore, a small town in Italy

| 2 septiembre, 2019 | 0 Comments
Discover Riomaggiore, a small town in Italy

Riomaggiore is the end or beginning of the stage as we have started our journey through Cinque Terre. With less than 2000 inhabitants, this municipality in northwestern Italy belonging to the province of La Spezia (Liguria region) In this article we tell you all about Riomaggiore, declared a World Heritage Site and a really beautiful […]

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Ponte Vecchio in Florence, Italy

| 12 julio, 2019 | 0 Comments
Ponte Vecchio in Florence, Italy

Ponte Vecchio is to Florence what the Colosseum is to Rome, and its image is the best known and most representative of the city. The Ponte Vecchio is the symbol of romanticism that floods all of Florence. The origins of the «Old Bridge» date back to 1345, which makes it the oldest stone bridge in […]

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The Sistine Chapel in Vatican City

| 26 abril, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Sistine Chapel in Vatican City

The Sistine Chapel is one of the most famous artistic treasures of the Vatican City, built between 1471 and 1484, in the time of Pope Sixtus IV, from which the name by which it is known, although initially called Palatine Chapel. It is known throughout the world as being the room that held the conclave […]

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The Roman Colosseum

| 20 abril, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Roman Colosseum

The Roman Colosseum has been declared one of the Seven Wonders of the World in 2007 and has since become one of the most visited monuments in Europe and the world. It is the symbol of an entire empire, the sample of the immense power of a city over a vast empire that stretched to […]

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