Italy: discovering the land of beauty
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Italy is visited every year by tourists from all over the world, and you... how much have you explored it? Rome, Venice, Florence, Naples, Milan are the best known and most visited cities of art. Beaches and villages in Sicily and Sardinia, hidden pearls in Puglia and Campania and impressive mountain panoramas in Veneto or Trentino Alto Adige are little treasures scattered throughout the boot to discover and surprise.
Italy: from the Alps to the Mediterranean Sea
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The country that hosts the most UNESCO sites is Italy and there will be a reason. What does Italy keep besides the Colosseum in Rome, Piazza San Marco in Venice and the Duomo in Milan? By visiting this town you will discover the colors and grandeur of the Dolomites, the dream beaches of Sardinia and Sicily, the villages frozen in time such as Matera and jewel islands such as Ischia, Capri and Favignana. Whether you visit Italy in summer or winter, you can't get bored! Pizza and pasta are the typical dishes par excellence, but each region has a traditional cuisine to be tasted and perhaps tasted together with a good glass of native wine: you can try the Neapolitan babà, Modica chocolate or Bronte pistachios, Sardinian myrtle , Apulian foccaccia, polenta or Venetian tiramisu. You definitely won't go home hungry!
The weather during the year
Italy is a country that extends latitudinally, so there are different climates depending on the area you visit. In the Alps and Apennines, we find a mountain climate that is rigid and snowy in winter, mild in summer. On the coasts, the climate is Mediterranean, with mild but humid winters and hot, muggy summers. The northern area of the Po Valley is very humid, so both cold winter temperatures and hot summer temperatures are felt more intensely. The rains are very unpredictable, in recent years they are concentrated in spring, while winter and summer are rather dry.