Category Archives: Travel Tips

The most beautiful places in Friuli Venezia Giulia, north & centre

The extreme north-east of Italy is one of the newest national territories. Friuli and the remaining part of Venezia Giulia were incorporated comparatively late and retained many a special status. As an autonomous region, it enjoys special rights that preserve, … Continue reading

Evaporitic Karst and Caves of Northern Apennines

Summer, sun, beach – three words that are synonymous with Italy for many holidaymakers. And then, of course, there is the rich cultural and historical heritage, accompanied by excellent cuisine. As if those weren’t enough reasons to visit countless towns … Continue reading

The most beautiful places in Treviso & Verona

The Veneto region is home to some of Italy’s largest cities, is highly populous and more than just a tourist hub. At the same there, there are plenty of smaller, lesser known gems that managed to retain most of their … Continue reading

The most beautiful places in Belluno & Padua

Venice. Verona. Padua. Vicenza. Treviso. Some of Italy’s biggest cities can be found in the Region of Veneto in northeastern Italy. In terms of population, it is the fourth largest in the country which makes sense due to these metropolises. … Continue reading

The most beautiful places in the Province of Trento

Autonomy plays a key role in Trentino. The Second Autonomy Statues in 1972 transferred the autonomy of the Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region to its two provinces, giving Trentino the official name Autonomous Province of Trento. Beyond the eponymous capital there’s a … Continue reading

The most beautiful places in the Province of Bolzano

Compared to other areas of the country, the Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region enjoys an extensive level of autonomy that was transferred to its two provinces during the 1970s. They possess various self-governing rights, not least due to their strong regional culture. … Continue reading

The most beautiful places in Como, Lecco, Milan & Pavia

An impressive eleven provinces constitute Lombardy with its particularly diverse scenery, small mountain villages and large metropolises. These partially very different worlds come together in the region’s north and west. Some of the most densely populated areas of Italy can … Continue reading

The most beautiful places in Cremona & Mantua

One of the main topographical factors shaping the south of Lombardy is the Po Valley. In transition to plainer areas, bordering mainly on Emilia Romagna, numerous rivers create fertile soil and plenty of agricultural opportunities. Here you come across two … Continue reading

The most beautiful places in Bergamo & Brescia

Being the province of Italy with the highest population, Lombardy is home to countless big cities. Milan as the country’s second-largest city certainly stands out in more ways than one. However, that’s only the tip of the iceberg as there … Continue reading

The most beautiful places in the Province of Savona

The magnificent coastal strip at the Gulf of Genoa frames the enchanting Province of Savona. Bordered by the Ligurian Alps and the Apennines toward Piedmont in the hinterland, the seaside region is known for its numerous beach resorts, yet it … Continue reading