Do you want to discover the most hidden corners and get to know this land at its best? In this guide, you will find a complete itinerary on what to see in Sabina Italy. The Sabina region is located in Central Italy and it is geographically situated between Umbria, Lazio and Abruzzo; it stretches on the left bank of the lower side of the Tiber River in the province of Rieti. The hilly territory is rich in centuries-old olive trees, orchards and vineyards. Sabina is famous for the presence of some of the best historic villages in the Lazio region. This territory is also rich in museums, abbeys and monasteries, castles, towers, monuments, religious itineraries or suitable for sportsmen, easily accessible by car. On a touristic level, it is not yet very developed and, for this reason, those who come to spend time in this territory will find it is still intact, an ideal place for a trip out of town in the surroundings of Rome or for a relaxing weekend in contact with nature, art and culture. In the summertime, Sabina offers a vast calendar of events, concerts, festivals, tastings, exhibitions and shows. However, there are many things to see in Sabina all year round. There are also many interesting sights to explore in its villages, which offer refreshment from the city heat in summer. In autumn and spring, on the other hand, walks and visits to olive mills, to taste the new olive oil, are favored by a milder climate. Table of Contents Discovering the villages of Sabina What to do in the Sabine hills? Local food and wine Its name derives from the Sabines, a population that settled in this geographical area around the 10th-9th centuries BC, but Sabina has been inhabited since
Do you want to discover the most hidden corners and get to know this land at its best? In this guide, you will find a
Here's a guide to the marvelous city of Florence, nestled in the heart of Tuscany. Known for its natural beauty, art and culinary delights, this city is a gem waiting to be explored. If you're planning a visit, here are the best things to see in Florence in 3 days. Three days in Florence is an excellent choice for your next visit to Italy. Renowned globally, Florence is often referred to as the "Cradle of the Renaissance" due to its significant contributions to art, architecture, culture, and politics during the Renaissance period. The city houses works from artists like Michelangelo and Botticelli. Additionally, it's also known as "Giglio", a name derived from the city's coat of arms which features a red lily on a white background. Regardless of the name you choose to call her by, the allure of Florence remains undiminished. It's no surprise that the city's historic centre has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You'll discover this firsthand during your three-day exploration of Florence, as you wander its streets and traverse its squares. Immersed in a rich tapestry of churches, historical palaces, cathedrals, theatres, and parks, the city's enduring charm will become evident. In this city, you'll experience an atmosphere that's vibrant, effervescent and dynamic, where history seamlessly converges with the present. It feels akin to observing a living painting. And when it's time to dine, the tantalizing aromas wafting from your plate... But let's not anticipate anything. We'll delve into what to eat in due time, as we have ample to discuss in the section dedicated to food and wine. Table of contents Visiting Florence in 3 days Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 What to do in Florence What to see in Florence in 3 days Recognized by directors of
Here’s a guide to the marvelous city of Florence, nestled in the heart of Tuscany. Known for its natural beauty, art and culinary delights, this
Discover all the secrets of Florence food specialties with Italia Delight Florence, the capital of Tuscany, is the fulcrum city of the Italian Renaissance, thanks to which we can still admire artistic and architectural beauties such as Botticelli's La Primavera in the Uffizi Gallery, Brunelleschi's Dome in the Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore, or UNESCO sites such as its historical centre and the wonderful villas and gardens of the Medici family. If you feel it is already worth visiting the city for these few things listed here, you should know that Florence also boasts a local food and wine tradition that is recognised all over the world and that can satisfy all palates. From street food to trattorias and restaurants, you can really range far and wide in search of typical or more unusual dishes that will suit your tastes. Of course, since Florentine cuisine is world-famous, you can also find its products outside the city itself; however, I strongly recommend you to taste the foods in their place of origin, since they always have that something extra, both in terms of taste and the emotions they will make you feel! So if I've piqued your curiosity a little, follow me in this article and I'll show you the best food to eat in Florence to make the most of the city! 🧳 Travel and savour Florence and its surroundings with Italia Delight! The best things to eat in Florence In case you want to visit the Tuscan capital, here are the typical Florentine food specialities you can find while wandering around the city in search of trattorias, restaurants or, why not, street food from the local markets. 1. Fiorentina T-bone steak (Bistecca alla Fiorentina) “Under three fingers height, it’s carpaccio”. If you ask
Discover all the secrets of Florence food specialties with Italia Delight Florence, the capital of Tuscany, is the fulcrum city of the Italian Renaissance,
Here are some ideas for a perfect day tour in Tuscany. Original suggestions for all tastes! Tuscany, a small jewel of central Italy, is a land rich in olive groves, vineyards and cities of art that are famous throughout the world for their charm that remains unchanged over the centuries. From the rolling hills adorned with rows of centuries-old cypress trees, to the mountains that reflect in the waters of the lakes, to the beautiful green fields that form the backdrop to an ancient castle or an enchanting medieval village. Everything is a perfect balance of beauty and charm, to be discovered, trip after trip, attraction after attraction. There are many activities to be enjoyed, that are suitable for all age groups and all tastes: from religious tourism to bathing tourism, from sports and nature tourism to cultural and food and wine tourism. There are activities for those who want to relax at the thermal baths, those who prefer adventures in nature such as trekking, hiking and walking, those who enjoy family fun with their children at the animal farms. Tuscany is one of the regions with the highest number of UNESCO sites in the world. In fact, there are seven World Heritage sites: timeless places that witnessed a rich past and are a source of inspiration for future generations. The historic centres of Florence, Siena, Pienza, San Gimignano, the Piazza del Duomo in Pisa, the Val d'Orcia area and the Medici Villas are places where, in an increasingly globalised world, history and art become masters of life for all. Stop and observe: discover Tuscany If you are looking for the perfect Sunday trip, follow me because I will give you all the most useful tips for spending a day in harmony with nature and in contact
Here are some ideas for a perfect day tour in Tuscany. Original suggestions for all tastes! Tuscany, a small jewel of central Italy, is
Planning your next holiday in the wonderful Eternal City? Here is a useful and practical guide on what to see in Rome in 2 days or even for a longer stay. We are in the central part of the peninsula, on the eastern side near the Tyrrhenian coast. Exactly in Rome, the capital of Italy, one of the most beautiful and ancient cities in the world, but also the most famous for many reasons that you will discover soon. These include monuments and palaces from every era; the piazzas with their fountains; churches and cathedrals scattered throughout the city; the city parks; the theatres and museums famous all over the world; the great historical markets, such as Porta Portese and Campo de' Fiori; and the typical trattorias with traditional Roman dishes. Table of Contents Visiting Rome in 2 days Day 1 Day 2 What to do in Rome in 2 days How to get to Rome To be honest, two days in Rome to discover all its secrets is not enough, but perhaps not even a lifetime is enough to explore all the corners of this city. So many things to see and so many legends intertwining with reality. The history of this city spans so many events over the centuries, events that leave us with an immense legacy, now recognised and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The UNESCO site includes several areas of the historic centre, the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum and Imperial Forum complex; the city walls and Castel Sant'Angelo; the Sistine area with the trident system, from Piazza del Popolo to Piazza di Spagna and Piazza Navona; the Capitoline Hill, Palazzo Farnese, Palazzo del Quirinale, the Ara Pacis; the major basilicas such as San Giovanni in Laterano, Santa Maria Maggiore
Planning your next holiday in the wonderful Eternal City? Here is a useful and practical guide on what to see in Rome in 2 days
I've put together this guide for you on what to eat in Rome, to discover the best Rome food specialties to try! Rome is world famous for being a city rich in art, history and architecture. A wonderful and lively destination that holds within it, in addition to its many monuments, elegant squares, stately palaces, museums, parks and wonderful scenic spots, an incredible food and wine composed of simple and genuine ingredients. Reason why Roman cuisine is particularly appreciated by travelers from all over the world who often, when they are in the city, bring home some typical products as souvenirs to best remember the area. During your trip to the fascinating capital of Italy, you will have the opportunity to combine evocative visits to the city's most iconic monuments with real food and wine tours with stops at stores and osterias where you can sample a tasty maritozzo with cream, an ice cream, a slice of Roman pizza, a supplì. Or sit down in one of the many typical trattorias in and around Rome to enjoy one of the typical Roman dishes, paired with an excellent glass of wine. In addition, there is no shortage of colorful city markets either! The most famous ones are the Trionfale market, the Testaccio market and the Central market where you can browse and taste different typical Rome food specialties. Traditional Roman cuisine owes most of its typical dishes to influences with Jewish cuisine due to the Jewish community of the same name that settled in the capital starting in the second century B.C. and Spanish cuisine due to the presence of many Spanish Jewish immigrants who arrived in the ghetto in the Renaissance era; some examples due to the Jewish-Spanish influence in Roman cuisine are artichokes alla giudia, the
I’ve put together this guide for you on what to eat in Rome, to discover the best Rome food specialties to try! Rome is
Follow this itinerary to discover what to see in Matera in two days! Here is a guide to experiencing a weekend in Matera, including the most beautiful and exciting attractions. Matera is located on a plateau in eastern Basilicata, a small region of southern Italy rich in landscapes, art, culture, archeology and good food. The small town is a regular stop for tourists from all over the world who want to spend a weekend in Matera to see the famous "Sassi", the ancient cave dwellings declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993, together with the Park of the Rupestrian Churches. The Sassi are a complex of dwellings carved into the limestone rock dating back to the prehistoric age, the old and suggestive neighborhoods of the city. Giovanni Pascoli and Carlo Levi, two great names in Italian literature of the 20th century have been attracted to Matera over the centuries. And even many Italian and foreign directors have chosen this location for their films. The list would be too long considering that it starts from the early 1950s and goes up to the present day. Just to mention a few titles, "Christ Stopped at Eboli" (Francesco Rosi); "The Man of Stars" (Giuseppe Tornatore); "The Passion of Christ" (Mel Gibson); "Ben Hur" (Timur Bekmanbetov); the fiction "Imma Tataranni", but also the most iconic "Wonder Woman" and "007". Table of Contents What to see in Matera in 2 days Things to do in Matera Local Food and Wine How to get to Matera The reason for so much interest is to be found in the feelings that Matera arouses, it seems as if you are suspended in time, enchanted by unique and natural landscapes such as the Parco della Murgia Materana, the architecture of historical buildings, churches
Follow this itinerary to discover what to see in Matera in two days! Here is a guide to experiencing a weekend in Matera, including the
This is a guide to the best day tours from Milan, with an itinerary of the most beautiful cities of art, lakes, mountains, parks, and UNESCO sites, all reachable within a maximum of two hours from the Lombard capital. Within a two-hour radius of Milan, there is a world to explore and discover, from squares and historical buildings to monuments, museums, and parks. Milan is a city worth visiting. It offers so much to those seeking cultural stimulation, from historical palaces to modern buildings, from shopping streets dedicated to high fashion to museums with international exhibitions. Places to visit around Milan and the regions bordering Lombardy are also worth exploring. These areas are home to many places of historical and artistic interest, as well as stunning natural landscapes. There are also many unusual and interesting activities to enjoy in the area, such as tasting local specialties, going on nature excursions, taking themed tours, and relaxing at a spa. A day trip from Milan is also a great opportunity to visit some of the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Italy. Here are a few of the most popular: Crespi d’Adda, a 19th century industrial village; Monte San Giorgio; Sacred Mountains of Ossuccio and Varese; Mantua; Santa Maria delle Grazie and Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper; Liuteria in Cremona... To name but a few. Milan Day Trips If you're thinking of visiting Milan, be sure to take advantage of day or weekend trips to the most interesting places to visit in the surrounding area. You can easily reach these destinations by car or train, and they offer something for everyone, from stunning natural scenery to fascinating historical sites. Let's start with the first stop! 👇 1. Crespi d'Adda (UNESCO heritage site) and Trezzo d'Adda Crespi d’Adda is
This is a guide to the best day tours from Milan, with an itinerary of the most beautiful cities of art, lakes, mountains, parks, and
Here is a complete guide on what to see in and around Avola, in the province of Siracusa, to spend a wonderful holiday among art, history, sea and good food. We are in south-eastern Sicily, more precisely in the province of Syracuse, in the Val di Noto, in Avola. This is a Baroque town surrounded by the Hyblaean Mountains overlooking the Ionian Sea, a much sought-after location for its characteristics: wonderful beaches and sea, good food, art, history and culture to squeeze in, and many beautiful places to discover in the surroundings. Any time of year is suitable for a holiday in Avola, but if you want to experience it in its less crowded version, it is best to choose May, June, September until late autumn. Table of Contents What to see in Avola Visiting Avola and its surroundings What to do in Avola? Local food and wine Events How to get to Avola But what is there to see in Abola? This is not a typo. Abola is the old toponym first attested in 1149, the Latin form of the Greek name 'Ábolla' for the ancient city that once stood on the Hyblaean Mountains. Yes, Avola was once located high up, much closer to the mountains. But then an earthquake in 1693 destroyed it. Fortunately, thanks to the Marquis of Avola Nicolò Pignatelli Aragona Cortés, nephew of Pope Innocent XII, this little treasure came back to life, down in the valley, closer to the sea. The new urban centre, designed by a Jesuit architect and monk in Palermo, took on the hexagonal shape we know today. Inside, a network of orthogonal streets with two central axes - Strada Cassaro and Strada del Corso, today's Corso Garibaldi and Corso Vittorio Emanuele - forms a cross, the symbol
Here is a complete guide on what to see in and around Avola, in the province of Siracusa, to spend a wonderful holiday among art,
I made this guide for you on what to see in Tuscany in 3 days, to discover the most beautiful places this fantastic region has to offer! Tuscany, in addition to being one of the most famous regions in the world, is one of the most popular destinations for travelers because of its beautiful picture-postcard landscapes characterized by hillsides with vineyards and olive groves, enchanting villages and religious sites, crystal-clear sea, natural parks, spas and its enormous historical and artistic heritage. These are just some of the striking attractions that make a simple trip to Tuscany, an unforgettable experience! Its incredible food and wine, traditions and extraordinary art cities full of wonderful works of art and architecture attract millions of visitors every year. For all this, UNESCO has decided to include eight wonders of this magnificent region on its World Heritage Sites List: The historic center of Florence Pisa with its stunning Piazza del Duomo San Gimignano The historic center of Siena Pienza Val d'Orcia The Medici villas and gardens Montecatini Table of Contents 5 itineraries: 3 days in Tuscany What to do in Tuscany Local food and wine Top events How to get to Tuscany Tuscany and its wonders give visitors a unique spectacle 365 days a year, and thanks to its climate, this wonderful region manages to offer shades and colors that will make your vacation unforgettable in any season. Simply put, it is a perfect destination for planning trips to suit all tastes, even if you are short on time! Three days are very few to visit all of Tuscany; therefore, it is essential to make a selection based on your interests and the means of transportation you use. Have I intrigued you? Then follow me! In this guide we will discover together
I made this guide for you on what to see in Tuscany in 3 days, to discover the most beautiful places this fantastic region has
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