Assisi Travel Guide|
Laying among the verdant hills of Umbria, Assisi will fascinate anyone having the honour and the pleasure to visit it with its mistic atmosphere and richness of art and history. San Francesco, the patron saint of Italy, is born here and here he founded his monastic order.
Padua travel guide|
Padua and his province are located in the middle of the venetian flat land, between lagoon and hills, they are one of the most important cultural and economic centre of north-east of italian country. The town has great artistic and cultural traditions and may to be proud of wonderful monuments.
Sondrio and Valtellina|
Valtellina is located in the middle of the Alps, not far from Milan and the Swiss border, in Lombardia.
From south it is reachable coasting the Lake Como, travelling over the National road n.36, from north the approach routes are the mountain passes, most of which are open during the whole year.
Matera and its district|
Matera, capital of the province since 1926, will astonish any visitor with its extraordinary past full of history, art, culture and wise saying. The ditched villages of the Murgia Plateau and its archeological heritage witness the permanent presence of mankind from the Stone Age up to present times.
Land of Brindisi|
Land of Light, Land of History: various for resources and peculiar characteristics, and endowed with a natural identity and a common substratum linking up the coast and the hinterland ones, the people living on the gentle hills and those living in the towns, sweetly spread on the plain of Brindisi.
Vercelli and the Valsesia|
Vercelli is a town of East Piedmont developed on an area 130 ms above sea level. A tribe of Liguri (the Salluvii perhaps) dwelled on this land once and founded the town later, probably about the 6th century b.C.