5 eco-friendly holiday at the foot of a volcano

Active or extinct, full of history or surrounded by the sea, volcanoes are extremely fascinating natural phenomena that show the greatness of our Planet. Visiting a volcano can be an incredible journey into Earth and humanity’s history, but also a poetic experience one-on-one with burning rocks and fire. Adventure-lovers, here there are 5 ideas for […]

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Top 10 bike tours in Europe

“When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road, without thought on anything but the ride you are taking.” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle If this year you promised to travel more, […]

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Share your Green Adventure contest’s winners

They took our hand and brought us with them on their travels, with their words and their pictures we walked between wild nature and literary landscapes. We cycled with them by bike and climb mountains. It was not easy to choose between all the participants, but in the end we did it. Here they are […]

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2016 – Year of Walk: 10 itineraries in Italy for this year

Italian tourism is getting back on track, and it does it by foot: this is what Dario Franceschini, Minister of Cultural Heritage, hopes proclaiming 2016 as the National Year of Walks. 2016 will represent a turning point for Italian tourism: no more hit-and-run holidays only in the cities of art, but a promotion of the entire […]

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On two wheels along the river: the cycle path of Mincio

Hello, i’m planning to go on a bike trip this October, from Peschiera to Mantua. We’re 6 people. Can you tell us please if there is a tour operator that can help us with the bike rent, the transport for the return trip and the booking of a hotel in Mantua? Thank you! Genni Dear […]

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Walking on Mount Etna, from the top of the craters, to the depth of the caves

For the Sicilians is a muntagna, for others is one of the most famous volcanoes still active in the world. We are talking of Etna, that with its 3300 meters is the biggest volcano in Italy and one of the symbols of Sicily. Etna annually attracts thousands of tourists in the summer months but also in winter, […]

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Easter itinerary in Tuscany: twelve super villas for twelve Super Tuscans

Easter week end getting closer and closer and you fancy something unusual and unconventional? You would love to have great food and great wine, visit some historical places but spend some time in the open air to feel the spring breeze? You’d love to go to the French Riviera but you are looking for something […]

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10 great destinations for car-free holidays in Italy

Let’s say goodbye to the metropolitan traffic, smog and columns of cars to really enjoy your holiday. Getting car-free holidays in Italy it’s really easy, relaxing and affordable. Just load your luggage on the train, sit comfortably, watching the landscape scroll the window, let magically transported to our destination. From the Alps to Tuscany here are […]

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