Cities of Italy

TOP-10 ideas for what to see in the Vatican. Part I

Even if you have never been to the Vatican, you probably know the same facts that annually attract millions of tourists to a small state. First of all, the Vatican is the center and main stronghold of one of the world religions, and besides this, there is also a place where a priceless collection of art objects is collected.
Regions of Italy

Cinque Terre: attractions of the five lands

The unique place of Cinque Terre, located in the province of La Spezia, is very attractive for tourists from all over the world, and for Italians themselves. On its territory, which is the national park of Italy, five small communal villages are sheltered, descending along the rocky shores directly to the Ligurian Sea: Monterosso, Riomaggiore, Corniglia, Manarola and Vernazza.
Venice

Piazza and San Marco Cathedral in Venice

St. Mark's Square (San Marco, Piazza San Marco) is Venice's main square. This is the only place in the city that the Venetians themselves call the “place” - the square. The inhabitants of the city call the remaining squares campo or campiello - a field or a small field. In the 9th century, it was a small platform near St. Mark's Cathedral.
Naples

Unusual traffic signs in Naples

Thanks to the artist with the pseudonym Clet in different parts of Naples and many other cities in Italy (Rome, Florence), you can meet the usual traffic signs in an unusual design On Via dei Tribunali, a sign prohibiting passage shows a drowning person who asks for help. A little further on the same sign, the policeman waves a club.
Cities of Italy

8 most notable islands of the Venetian lagoon

If you come to Venice for 1 day, then in the city itself there will be enough impressions for a walk. In Venice you can walk and ride a gondola on your own, go through our self-guided tour route in 1 day or visit the most interesting excursions with a guide. But if the program is longer than a few days, then you can not do without new ideas.
Italian food

What do the product categories IGT, DOP, IGP, DOC, DOCG, STG mean?

Surely, while reading articles on our website, or visiting grocery stores in Italy, you paid attention to the abbreviations DOP, IGP, DOC, found in the names of some products. We have repeatedly mentioned that the presence of these symbols gives us a guarantee of quality and preserving the tradition of the product. Let’s finally figure out how they work.

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Eduardo - King of Naples

Eduardo's plays are the real lively noisy many-voiced Naples. We say Napoli - we mean Eduardo. We say Eduardo - we mean Napoli. This great man, in addition to high awards, including the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit for the Italian Republic, had the highest award - people's love, which the author did not have more.
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Cities of Italy

What to see in Rome on your own in 1 day

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Fendi | 2019
Italian brands

Fendi

Fendi is one of the most famous Italian fashion houses, which specializes in the production of accessories, wardrobe items, cosmetics, perfumes, as well as genuine leather and fur products. Who stood at the origins? The brand’s history dates back to 1918, when the aspiring entrepreneur, Adele Casagrande, came up with the idea of ​​opening her own store selling leather and fur wardrobe attributes.
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Holidays in Rome with children - what to see, where to go | 2019
Rome

Holidays in Rome with children - what to see, where to go

How to walk with children in Rome and not be killed? No way, because Rome is a city not very adapted for small travelers. But a good preparation can save your vacation and save your nerves.Let's start with small rules: In the summer it is very hot, so do not plan anything for children from 12 to 16 hours, spend this time in the park, in the museum or just go to sleep.
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Montecatini Terme | 2019
Tuscany

Montecatini Terme

Montecatini Terme is a city in the east of the plains of Lucca in the Toscana region of Italy, known for its resorts, medical centers, and hydropathic centers. On the map of Italy, the closest to this city are Pistoia and Lucca, a little farther towards the sea - Pisa and Viareggio, and inland - Firenze.
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How to get from Bergamo Airport to Milan | 2019
Italy

How to get from Bergamo Airport to Milan

You can get from Bergamo Airport to Milan by bus or train. Consider both options. Orio al Serio Airport Terminal, photo by Radu Emil Nutiu Milan's second largest airport, Bergamo, is 45 km from Milan. It serves domestic flights and individual foreign flights of low-cost airlines.
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Cities of Italy

Prices in Florence or how much money to bring to Florence

How much money to bring with you to Florence and what to expect from a city with some of the highest prices in Italy. This article will help you optimally plan your budget on the trip, and also contains some practical tips on how to save. In particular, we will talk about the prices of hotels, private housing, supermarkets, travel, as well as the cost of excursions and tickets to attractions.
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Climate and weather in Florence for months
Cities of Italy

Climate and weather in Florence for months

Florence is located at the foot of the Northern Apennines in the Tuscany region. A humid subtropical climate reigns here with a rather noticeable temperature difference between the summer and winter months, which is explained by the remoteness of Florence from the "softening" sea winds. A high level of humidity is also facilitated by the river flowing through the entire city.
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Sanssouci Palace
Germany

Sanssouci Palace

Sanssouci Palace - the residence of King Frederick the Great, is also called the Prussian Versailles. It is a synthesis of artistic trends in European court and urban architecture of the XVIII century. Palais Sanssouci (Schloss Sanssouci), photo Valerii Boldychev The palace and park complex Sanssouci (Schloss Sanssouci) in Potsdam, consisting of a beautiful palace and a beautiful park, is certainly one of the most beautiful places in Germany.
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Arena di Verona
Italy

Arena di Verona

Rental di Verona - antique amphitheater. Today it is a concert venue. Opera festivals are held here annually and the best opera troupes perform. If there are no performances, then tours are conducted around the arena. Arena di Verona Arena di Verona is an antique amphitheater in Piazza Bra. It hosts concerts, large-scale opera festivals.
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Roman Forum in Rome
Rome

Roman Forum in Rome

In the very heart of Rome there is a monument, as ancient as the Eternal City itself - this is the Roman Forum (Latin Forum Romanum). The inconsistent series of antique columns and dilapidated arches of temples demonstrate the former greatness of the Roman Empire. The architecture, history and culture of ancient Rome collected on a plot of 500 m2. History Even during the heyday of the Roman state, a decent piece of land remained in the capital, which was not ennobled.
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Boboli Gardens in Florence
Florence

Boboli Gardens in Florence

Once in Florence, you will undoubtedly immerse yourself in the tourist bustle of this beautiful city. And if you want to pause, not looking up from visiting numerous attractions, visit the Boboli Gardens (Italian: Giardino di Boboli). This is a unique park located just behind the Pitti Palace, which served as the residence of the Medici family.
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