Unusual and Green Bologna: 5 things you can’t miss!

Wooden deckchairs between artichoke and lavender plants, lettuce and calendula flowers. The air smells of nature, the temperature is perfect, the atmosphere is that of a party on the beach. We are not by the sea, but in Bologna. Twenty minutes from Piazza Maggiore there is a large garden, once equipped with communal greenhouses, where the […]

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5 bike paths along Lake Garda

Waiting for the new bike path around Lake Garda, which  will be breathless, we leave to discover the other bike paths of this beautiful corner of Italy, between Trentino, Lombardy and Veneto. I know really well Trentino’s Lake Garda, among the mountains, with its small sun-kissed beaches that in summer are filled with tourists. But I decided to find […]

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Amsterdam: among windmills and fairytale houses, the cycling holiday for children

Where to take the kids for the holiday? For example, in a city at the boundary between real and imaginary. Where the houses are on the canals and the bridges opens by rotating so a boat can passes. Where you travel by bicycle and after less than half an hour from the city you are among cows […]

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Car-free holiday in Trentino

We got a nice email from Antonella who wants to organize a car-free holiday in Trentino: Good morning, my name is Antonella and I am writing from Naples. This year I was determined to take advantage of summer vacation to visit Trentino region. My holiday is however without a car. I then stumbled on your website which […]

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A trip through history and nature to the Botanical Garden of Padua

Botanical Garden of Padua: five centuries of history and five continents in half a day (with a look into the future) The oldest botanical garden in the world is located in Padua. Founded in 1545, it is still located in its original location, in an area of ​​2.2 hectares that is now a UNESCO World […]

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Arte Sella: a walk in the woods, breathing pure beauty

If you say museum, children begin to stir. They start imaging long corridors and large rooms where it is forbidden to run and speak loudly. Then they find out that they too love Art if the museum is the right one. A large park, for example, surrounded by forests and mountains. A stroll through nature, like that of […]

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Sunday we go to Italian museums for free

Next Sunday, as every first Sunday of the month, we’ll be able to enter for free in most Italian museums. Let ourselves be enchanted by the masterpieces that are found in the Uffizi, walking in history, among the remains of the ancient city of Pompei, discover the history of primitive man in the MUSE of Trento. A decree […]

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Top 5 evocative and magical Christmas markets in Central Italy

Do you feel the winter scent in the air? Everyone are about (some already have) to decorate their homes with the Christmas tree, the lights in the streets and squares of our cities light up: the Christmas atmosphere has arrived with the month of December, with its charm and its magic. But where can you live at its best the Christmas […]

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10 places to admire autumn leaves in Spain

Autumn is a mild season in which you can enjoy days, the calm and the nature. Chlorophyll green colors, yellow and orange tones and shades that stained the floor of red and magenta. Thus autumn leaves are presented to us, as a natural brush that colors our forests to make them look beautiful paintings. Let’s find […]

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Amazing natural pools and free hot springs of Viterbo

Viterbo is certainly one of the jewels of Lazio, an ancient city full of charm and history, with one of the most beautiful and best preserved historical centers of Italy. It is set in the Tuscia, the northern part of the region, characterized by pristine nature and numerous Etruscan and Roman archaeological sites. Viterbo is famous […]

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