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Riviera del Brenta, Overlooked in the Veneto

Riviera del Brenta is an area of high historical-scenic interest along the Naviglio del Brenta, a branch of Brenta river between the town of Stra and the Brenta outfall in Fusina location.
Since XVI century, the richest venetian families began to

Kayaking on the Venice’s Grande Canale

Venice is the most spectacular city in the world, unique in every conceivable way. A kayaking experience through its famous canals –where you will have the chance to enjoy the main sights of the city while paddling along its canals,

Top Golf Courses in Puglia

Puglia is home to some of the world’s most coveted golf courses and a luxury private villa is the perfect place for families to base themselves while holidaying in the region. With fabulous food, fascinating culture, friendly locals and fantastic

Valley of the Car Kings (Modena)

From The Wall Street Journal: “At his farm in the rural outskirts of Modena, Italy, Umberto Panini produces about 4,300 wheels each year of the finest Parmigiano-Reggiano you will ever the busted air conditioning in my rented diesel, I am

LaFerrari Debuts

“LaFerrari is the first Ferrari hypercar designed in-house and it is a technical manifesto of the company’s future direction THAT’S NO TYPO: The name of Ferrari’s latest thunderbolt is LaFerrari, with the article lewdly rubbing against the proper noun. It’s

Walk The Path of the Gods (Sentiero Degli Dei in Italian)

“No matter how old you are, whether keen on hiking or not, the Path of Gods, set in breathtaking natural beauty, is a must for anybody wants to deeply explore the marvels of the Amalfi Coast. Note: The Walk starts

Not to Miss…Five Sardinian Beaches

“Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Other than the beautiful culture, the balmy Mediterranean climate, delicious cuisine, and the breathtaking inland geography, what else can one possibly love about Sardinia? Why it’s the beaches, of course! There

Biking thru Ferrara

Ferrara is a city in Emilia-Romagna, northern Italy, capital city of the Province. It is situated 50 kilometres (31 miles) north-northeast of Bologna, on the Po di Volano, a branch channel of the main stream of the Po River, located

Valle d’Aosta…Italy’s Uber Alpine Experience

In the northwestern corner of Italy you can find a small region called Aosta Valley (Valle d’Aosta), which is also a separate autonomous region with an area of 3,263 square kilometres. The region has about 120,000 inhabitants, is home to

Ferrari Museum & Factory Tour

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