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Campagna Prato Travel Guide Prato is in the hinterland of the zone more at north of the Tuscany, at north of Florence and at south of Pistoia, at little kilometres of distance from both. Although the tormented story, the town was always forge of art and culture, let alone of thriving handicraft and commercial activity.
 
Trento Trento Travel Guide Surrounded from immense and calm valleys punctuated from castles and lakes, it is tourist destination either in the summer season or winter. The old villages, the churches, the castles, the urbanized landscape form an interlacement of itineraries, presences, atmospheres and suggestions.
Ortobotanico - IMMAGINI GENTILMENTE CONCESSI DAL SERVIZIO TURISMO DEL COMUNE DI MODENA Modena Travel Guide Modena, agreeable city of the Po Plan rises long the Emilia street. It is known in all over the world for the Ferrari motorist with seat in Maranello. With its rich province of parish churches and romanesque castles is considered a true artistic jewel.
Punta Falcone (Foto Agenzia per il Turismo Costa degli Etruschi) Costa degli Etruschi For over 90 uninterrupted kilometres, clear water shading from emerald green to deepest blue washes the coast, the water quality and services provided by the coastal resorts have been awarded the European Union's Blue Flag.A line of splendid resorts stretches from Livorno to Piombino - Castiglioncello, Quercianella, Rosignano, Vada, Cecina, Bibbona, Marina di Castagneto and San Vincenzo.
Veduta dei laghi - AAST Messina Messina and its suburbs The city is located near the Straits of Messina, on the north-east sicilian coast. Messina welcomes the tourist that lands in Sicily with flavours, legends, myths, history and all colour shades of sun, sea and ground.
©AptGenova - Primocanale Genoa Travel Guide Sixth town of Italy for importance; its port is one between the first of the southern Europe. The province of Genoa is one of the tourist more visited destinations of the Liguria, thanks at its artistic beauties, at its landscapes, at the sea and at the structures of welcome and fun.
Perugia San Bernardino Per gentile concessione STT-IAT PERUGIA Perugia Travel Guide Perugia is the chief town of Umbria. This beautiful town is sited on a hill in the middle of a verdant country. His central square is considered one of the most beautiful squares of Italy and history, traditions, art and nature make a unique ensemble in this town as in the whole
balcone di Giulietta - Immagini Archivio Provincia di Verona Verona Travel Guide Magnificent chief town of the Veneto, well-known for the Arena, suggestive amphitheatre of the roman epoch and to be been chosen like background at the famous drama of Shakespeare. The territory offers tourist destinations also in naturalistic field: the lake of Garda, hills and mountains.
Pollo Marengo: Archivio fotografico Alexala - Foto Massimiliano Navarria Alessandria Travel Guide Alessandria, chief town of Province, is situated in the south-oriental shred of the Piedmonte, at the confluence of the rivers Bormida and Tanaro and is in the centre of the firm triangle composed by Milan, Turin and Genoa. It is land of castles, villas and ancient noble abodes.
 
(C)Archivio Comune di Saluzzo Saluzzo Travel Guide Behind the austere portals of ancient churches and noble palaces in Saluzzo (Cuneo), Manta, Lagnasco, Staffarda and in the valleys of Saluzzo territory it is possible to discover the refined elegance of an area with a depp historical tradition and with an innate feeling for beauty.
 

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Faro - Archivio Fotografico Assessorato Turismo Comune di Rimini Rimini Travel Guide
Rimini: large equiped beaches to host every summer tourists that come here by thousand. Night-life, gastronomy, Fellini and the sea have made famous this city and his coast.
Veduta Isolasanta (Archivio Fotografico APT - PGMedia) Lucca Travel Guide
At times we read that the inhabitants of Lucca, the Lucchesi, built their landscape “as if their only preoccupation were beauty”. It is a varied and generous landscape, abounding in life as well as silences, paths between the woods, valleys, meadows, and picturesque medieval villages.
Aidone: Domenica delle Palme - A.A.P.I.T. ENNA Enna Travel Guide
For a long time, Sicily has been characterised by charm and mystery, which has constituted a kind of “second skin”.The island, a land of myth, but also of doubts, contrasts and small sunny suburbs, has seen Kings, Princes, glorious Emperors and avid marauders....
Teatro Regio - foto Carra - IAT Comune di Parma Parma Travel Guide

Parma is known for art, music, gastronomy and life's quality. It has 175.000 inhabitants and a large historical down-town that's expanded around "Piazza Grande", now named Garibaldi square. Parma appears before the tourist like an elegant, hospitable and unreserved city.

Peschereccio - Foto Comunità Montana del Gargano Gargano. Mediterranean spirit
The Mediterranean spirit which exists in the Gargano region strokes even the least sensitive traveller. It's not only perceptible on cliffs, in woods or on the rocky white spurs, It's the very essence of the Gargano. This peninsula is pointing out towards Greece and the Balkan coast.
Uva Barbera - foto Vittorio Ubertone Asti Travel Guide
Located in the centre of Piemonte, the Asti province comprises 120 municipalities in an almost entirely hilly territory crossed by the river Tanaro and connecting roads. Now the whole province of Asti is taking awareness of his own tourist vocation.
Trekking in mountain bike - Archivio Madonna di Campiglio - Pinzolo - Val Rendena - Azienda per il Turismo S.p.a. Madonna di Campiglio - Pinzolo - Val Rendena Travel Guide
The Brenta Group of the Dolomites and the perennial glaciers distended on the granite peaks of the Adamello and Presanella encase the Rendena Valley, running up to the crowning charm of Madonna di Campiglio.
BASILICA DI SANTA GIUSTINA - (C)Archivio Fotografico Turismo Padova Terme Euganee/fotografo: Danesin 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.
Assisi panorama 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.
Baita - foto Archivio Provincia di Sondrio 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.
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