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Italy, Bibione – The Sea within Reach
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In case you don't want to travel a long time and you love seaside atmosphere than Bibione, north of Italy, is a great place to be. There are great sand beaches for affordable prices. The beach gradually descends into the sea. The streets are noisy and there are many restaurants, cafes, or a fun fair. Also, you can see traditional market where you can have a meal, buy some clothes and have fun. A weekend or an entire vacation - either way you won't be disappointed.
Text: Oskár Mažgút
Photos: Mária Ondrejková
Italy, Sardinia: Costa Smeralda and Its Wonderful Beaches
When we say Costa Smeralda, probably each of us imagines an emerald coast, luxury yachts and probably the most famous resort of millionaires and the whole of Sardinia - Porto Cervo. But the Costa Smeralda is something more. It impressed us thanks to the breathtaking beaches we were able to visit and the unusual architecture.
Italy, Sardinia – Su Gorropu Canyon
More than two thirds of Sardinia are covered by mountains. They do not reach dizzying heights, but you will find beautiful and unspoiled nature. It is therefore not surprising that this island is a popular outdoor Mediterranean destination with interesting treks. If there is a place in Sardinia where it will feel completely small, it is the Su Gorropu canyon. The rock sides of the gorge rise to a height of 500 meters, making it the deepest gorge in Europe.
Italy, Sardinia – Cagliari and the Surroundings
The aim of this year's holiday was a diverse Sardinia. Within 14 days we had the opportunity to cross the island from the south through the mountains inland to the east, then north and northwest. Our journey begins in Cagliari, from where we then move east to the island.
Italy: Cremona – Sights in Historic Center
When you happen to visit the Italian region of Lombardy, you must definitely visit Milan. However this region also hides other places and towns that are worth a visit. We went to the city with the highest medieval tower in Italy. Come with us to the historic center of the picturesque and serene town of Cremona.
Italy: Cremona – Rest and Enjoy Specialities in this Town
Cremona is the place to nourish all your senses. We have seen and touched beautiful architectural jewels, listened to irresistible sounds of violin, and it is time to reward our taste buds. In the city, you do not just feel the scent of wood and see the colors of the violin workshops, but you can also smell the goodies they prepare in local taverns.
Italy: Montecatini Terme II. – Busy Baths
During the day a place where your body relaxes and absorbs the healing properties of mineral water, in the evening you can enjoy here entertainment, good food or shopping. Visitors of the renowned Montecatini Terme are the visitors. After dark, we go to city streets to discover what this vibrant place has to offer.
Italy, Le Roncole – Following Verdi
Italy offers many interesting sights to admire. People love the country for fashion, nature, cuisine, and art as well. Yet this country is also home to great music. Today we visit the small village of Le Roncole. One of world's most famous music composers – Giuseppe Verdi was born in this very village.
Italy: Salsomaggiore Terme II. – Bath Town at the Foothills of the Apenines
Italy is, among other things, the ideal destination for health tourism. The local spas are not just hot springs, they will always offer something extra, whether cultural activities or beautiful surroundings. Let's have a look around.
Italy: Grazzano Visconti I – History of One Unusual Place
Italy offers many architectural gems that will take you to different periods of history - from antiquity to the present. Have you heard of a small town that looks like it was from the Middle Ages?
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Italy: Modena III – Ferrari Museum
The town of bel-canta (beautiful singing), music and theater is not only for art lovers, but also for those who love the black horses under the hood. Since the end of the 19th century, Modena has been known as the center of mechanical engineering and subsequent production of well-known brands - Ferrari, De Tomaso, Pagani and Maserati. In the following lines, we invite you to visit the Museo Enzo Ferrari.
Italy, Parma I – The History of the Town
The most famous Italian city of Emilia-Romagna region, the name of which we associate with the delicious tastes of ham or cheese. This town will offer you not only gastronomic experiences. Before we taste the delicacies of this area, we will bite into exploring the rich history and monuments of Parma.
Italy, Parma II – Secular Sights in the Historic Center
Almost every Italian city boasts an architecturally interesting monument. Parma is no exception. In the city, you can discover a private palace on any corner of one of the wealthy families here. However, today we are heading for the most visited secular monuments of secular architecture in the heart of the city.
Italy, Lesignano de' Bagni II – Visiting a Farm for Parmesan
Are you fascinated by the history, culture, nature or gastronomy of the Italian region of Emilia-Romagna? So add a piece of travel knowledge puzzle to visit the farm where the famous Parmigiano Reggiano cheese begins and ends.
Italy, Bibione – Easy Vacation at the Sea
Today we visit one of the most popular resorts in Italy. Bibione. When measuring distance it seems to be literally just around the corner. there are great prices, amazing accommodation, rich cultural and sports facilities, clean sea, and spacious sandy beaches.
Italy: Visiting Venetian Riviera
After a week we return to the seaside resort of Bibione, which is very popular with tourists. Pleasant moments spent on the sandy beaches will be exchanged for exploring history.
Italy, Volterra – Town Undiscovered by Tourists
You will recognize Volterra right away because it looks over the surrounding hills. In good weather, you can even see the distant island of Corsica.
Italy, Milan – Parco Sempione and Castello Sforzesco
Not only the busy fashion streets are present in the city, but also the space to relax in the shade of the city parks will offer its visitors Milan. Of a number of parks, do not miss at least the city center. And this is not only because Castello Sforzesco Castle is located here.
Italy, Milan – Center of Fashion and Design
The city of fashion and design, finance, sports and nightlife. This is what attracts many to Milan. And once you get to this city even though your primary destination were landmarks, you can not miss out on this side, which makes it the richest city in the country.
Italy, Milano – In Verdi's Footsteps: The Temple of Music La Scala
When you visit Italy, you have to taste some of the local delicious cuisine. But as food art also is an integral part of the soul of this country. Italians live with music, and the visit to the Apennine Peninsula can‘t not go without a seeing musical performance. And what is more than the world-famous La Scala opera house?
Italy, Milan – Following Traces of Verdi: The Place of His Eternal Rest
Milan is the second largest city in Italy and is known as the capital of fashion, sports, art, and business. We come here to complete our story about one of the most famous music composers ever - Giuseppe Verdi.
Italy, Tivoli – The City of Beautiful Villas
Once Tibur, now Tivoli. The city of sixty thousand is located approximately 30 kilometers east of Rome in the Sabine hills. Emperor Augustus had once enjoyed this place. He sought shelter here from hot summer in Rome.
Italy Once - Italy Again!
Actual holiday travelling abroad is much more better and simple as it was several years ago. New exotic and attractive destinations are opening in front of you, alluring the visitors with its unusuality and remarkable events. To tell the truth, some European countries remain for us as some evergreens. You need to visit it again and again and your visit will be never ordinary.
Italy, Bolzano – Ötzi’s City II.
Picturesque city. Even though these two words don’t usually come along in case of Bolzano they do.
Italy, Bari: A Trip To South Italy
Bari is the capital of an Italian province of the same name. It is also well-known for its port and universities. There is, for instance, Polytechnic University or University of Bari where about 70 thousand students are enrolled (at Charles University study “only” about 50 thousand students).
Italy, Arco – Boulders under Mountain Colodri’s East Side
Arco is a paradise for climbers in Italy. There are more than 20 climbing areas of varying difficulties and lengths. Everybody, boulders or fans of ferratas, will love the place. The town is a very pleasant place. Its picturesque town center has many restaurants and also climbers’ stores. A castle is the main landmark of Arco. It guards the town from the heights.
Italy, Gargano Peninsula – A Spur of an Italian Shoe
Mountainous, green Gargano peninsula is located in Puglia, a south-Italian region. Except for holidaymakers, the peninsula is popular among European botanists for there are up to 85 species of orchid, and remains of Mediterranean forest known as Foresta Umbra.
Italy, Sicily: Agrigent - A Glimpse On The Southern Sicily
Near the southern coast of the island is a sleepy town with beautiful streets.
Italy: Venice – When You Got Enough of the Adriatic I
I used to be a tour guide in Venice. I wanted to show tourists important artists and the works they created in this city where, or near, they lived and worked. Basilica dei Frari – a monumental cathedral near the Rialto bridge offered several types.
Italy: Venetian Islands - Burano
The most visited islands in the Gulf of Venice is a picturesque island Burano. Although it is not famous by such historic landmarks as Venice itself, where tourists are attracted especially colorful atmosphere quiet town and local products lace tradition.
Italy: Murano – the Venice islands
The Venice lagoon is allegedly hiding 118 large and small islands. Some of them are mutually connected by bridges, and from ancient times were created interesting settlements, protected by deep water and treacherous swamps from enemies. Some islands lies a little sideways from the historical monuments in the heart of Venice, but lots of them it is nice to visit yet.
Italy: Historical Town of Aquileia
One of the interest sights of the northern Italian Adriatic coast is the historical town, called Aquileia. If anyone thought that is where the known brand of drinking water, he is wrong. The only thing what joint together these two signs is the eagle - Aquila in Latin, what you can find in his symbol.
Italy: Gargano peninsula in Alalia
Shores of the Gargano peninsula has up to 50-meter high limestone cliffs with caves and white bea...
Italy - the Island of Ischia
Water treatment in nature of a green island. This is why thousands of turists come here. Sometime...
Italy: Ancient Beauty – Rome
Join us in our visit to the heart of Italy and enjoy all its amazing architectonic pieces. Unfort...
Italy: Venice – The City on Water
The capital of the region of Venetia in northern Italy is a place where tourists can get unforget...
Italy: Venice - Colorful Carnival
Carnevale di Venezia or The Venetian Carnivalattracts large numbers of tourists to Venice every s...
Italy: One evening in Venice
One summer evening in Venice... Foto: Jan Chaloupka, July 2012
Italy, Sicily: Agrigento I.
A walk in Agrigento (approx. 50 thousand inhabitans) means to be lost in hilly lab...
Italy, Sicily: Valle dei Templi I.
Valle dei Templi is only a mere shadow of the then monumental Greek complex which was a pride of ...
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