The road to the moon is not that far. All you need is a good dose of adventure spirit and someone who, instead of the driver, leads you through the Lunigiana valleys, beyond the Bridges of Vara, to the heart of the Apuan Alps.
Here, the alpine flora thins out to make way for a valley of unusual whiteness, which will give you the feeling of having arrived on the Moon.
The winter holiday, you know, is a bon viveur’s paradise: there are those who choose their skis and the mountain hut, those who suite them on a cruise ship, those who enjoy the quiet company of a book in front of a burning fireplace. The alternatives are many, but for a luxury holiday you need only one ingredient: a glass of Cinque Terre Schiacchetrà
Among the favorite destinations to reach on Valentine’s Day, there is a romantic path that overlooks the sea, illuminated by soft lights and bordered, occasionally, by secluded benches. It is located in the Cinque Terre and is called Via dell’Amore.
Overlooking the Ligurian Sea is the village of Manarola; above Manarola there is a small agglomeration of houses called Volastra. Buried in Volastra, in the garden of some house or in the churchyard of some church, there is a hidden treasure.
The Tuscan landscape is unmistakable: from the Apuan Alps to Capalbio, passing through the hills of Arezzo and the Pistoia mountains, there are orchards kissed by the sun. Among these, so ancient and luxuriant that they deserve to be visited, there are olive groves.
Of all the gifts you may want from Italy, don’t underestimate the usefulness of a good bitter! After an abundant meal, you may need them. Among all the bitters to try, choose a Tuscan one. We tell you why.
Luxury brand boutiques, small artisan shops and inevitable souvenir shops overlook, inviting, along the shopping street in Portofino. It is the ideal walk for those wishing to enjoy a day of shopping in perfect Italian style!
Have you ever looked at something and seen so much beauty that you couldn’t believe your eyes? If you have never experienced this sensation, it’s time to visit Vernazza.
From 8 December 2019 until the end of January 2020, an entire hill of the Poets’ Bay, that of the Three Crosses, will be populated by 300 life-size figures, arranged to represent one of the most beloved scenes in history: the Nativity of Jesus .