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A guide to the top places for a weekend in Franciacorta

The wine district of Franciacorta is the reign of Italian bubbles. Since the 1960s, excellent sparkling wines have been produced here using metodo classico, and today there are over 100 wineries where grapes are lovingly hand-harvested and visitors are welcomed to ...

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The best restaurants in Rome

Eating in Rome is an absolute delight, but it is essential to know where to go. Here are our recommendations for some of the best restaurants in Rome, from Michelin-starred gourmet heavens to charming trattorias. Armando al Pantheon  www.armandoalpant...

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Terre Borromeo reopen on 20 March 2020!

Terre Borromeo includes Isola Bella and Isola Madre in the archipelago of the Isole Borromee; Parco Pallavicino in Stresa; Parco del Mottarone with its 500 hectares of woodland along the slopes of the mountain of the same name; Rocca di Angera, on the Lombard side in th...

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Food & Wine Tours

ITM Journeys has launched a new collection of fabulous Food & Wine Tours. We elevate from the idea of “tastings” to the concept of “meet the locals”. Food and Wine are the gateways to local culture and a tasting is not enough for the mode...

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Cilento Discovery

Characterised by its coastal, craggy, sun-bleached, rustic towns, the Cilento National Park is a unique alternative to the Amalfi Coast, where tourists flood each year. Located in the southern Italian region of Campania, this sun-drenched oasis has an abundance of delic...

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Following Leonardo da Vinci's footsteps in Italy

While it is true that many of Leonardo da Vinci's most famous works are abroad (think the Louvre), Italy retains an astonishing "collection" of his genius. Unrivaled works of art, but also technological inventions that would make today's tech geniuses pale. But also ar...

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Down in Depth Experience - Baia the city underwater

The Bay of Naples is a unique melting pot of history, archaeology, mythology, geology, and volcanic life, perfectly emblematized by the Baia Underwater Archaeology Park. The park is home to the sunken city of Baia; an ancient Roman city that was completely submerged ...

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A few tips from us if you are heading to Rome

Whether it is your first or fifth visit to the Eternal City, there is always something new to discover. With an almost overwhelming amount of art, history, and culture to explore, the best advice is to plan a selection of must-see stops interspersed with some gentle wan...

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Glass act: 3 cool aperitivo bars in Rome

This spot in Trastevere (across the river from Testaccio) is well worth the trip fro its natural wines and shelves loaded with Italian liqueurs you'be never heard of. Come for aperitivo, stay for prosecco cocktails 9and bruschetta), never leave...

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