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Pienza: the capital of Pecorino Cheese

Pienza is a city of infinite beauty, a village overlooking the rolling hills of the Val d’Orcia, rich in history and charm. So beautiful that its historic center has been declared a World Heritage Site by humanity, inside the Val d’Orcia Park which in turn is a World Heritage Site.

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Discover Cinque Terre: a Unesco World Heritage Site

The cinque terre are located on the coast of the Liguria region and cover almost 10 km. It is made up of 5 towns that are found along these 10 km and they are Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. Thanks to the geographical characteristics of this territory,

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Visit Bergamo and taste the famous “Casoncelli”

Bergamo is an Italian comune located in the Lombardy Region in the north of the Italian peninsula. The city of Bergamo is divided into two parts, the upper city that is a little higher and where almost all the monuments are located and the lower city is the part that

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Varenna and the romantic “Walk of Lovers”

Varenna is a town located in the province of Lecco. This town has only 700 inhabitants and is 20 minutes from the city. It is one of the most picturesque towns in the area. One of the first testimonies of this town is from 769 this town was known as

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Discover Marta and its ancient Clocktower

Not so far from Rome and a few km from the city of Viterbo is the town of Marta around Lake Bolsena. This hidden town is the perfect place to relax with a walk along the lake shore or visit the picturesque town and all it has to offer. This

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A traditional recipe for Easter: Casatiello Napoletano

The Casatiello is a typical Neapolitan rustic cake. It is perhaps the most famous cake that is prepared in Naples during the Easter period. This savory cake cannot be missed at all the Neapolitan tables at Easter. In the preparation, whole eggs are placed that stand out as decoration and

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Urbino in the footsteps of Raffaello

Urbino is an Italian comune found in the Marche region. This city was one of the most important centers of the Italian Renaissance, of which it still maintains the architectural remains. This splendid city is home to a combination of art, history, architecture and nature. The mixture that will lead

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Discover Acquapendente: the Jerusalem of Europe

Acquapendente is a city in the province of Viterbo in the Lazio region, very close to the capital of Italy. This town with mythical Etruscan origins is immersed in the forests of the area located in Viterbo. The particularity of this town is the spiritual connection it has with the

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Montefiascone and the legend of the wine Est Est Est

Montefiascone is located on the top of the highest hill of mount volsini. This city built at the beginning of the Middle Ages entered the dominions of the church in the 7th century, of which it became a very important center. This town is very famous for the production of

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Discover Sanremo: the city of flowers

The city of Sanremo is known for being the city of flowers and music. This city is located in the Liguria region to the north of the city and is the most populated city in the region. When we think of the name Sanremo, surely the first thing that comes

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