Southern Italy

Southern Italy or ‘Mezzogiorno‘ (literally meaning ‘midday’), is the traditional term for the southern regions of Italy, encompassing the southern section of the continental Italian Peninsula and the island of Sicily. It generally coincides with the administrative regions of Abruzzo, Apulia, Basilicata, Campania, Calabria, Molise, Sicily, and Sardinia. Some also include the most southern and […]

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Italian Islands

The Italian island heritage consists of over 800 islands, their total area exceeds 50,000 square kilometers. Only about eighty are inhabited, including the two largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily and Sardinia. One of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, Italy has few, if any, unexplored corners. Yet, many spots are still as authentic […]

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Central Italy

The central areas of Italy are a grand mix of environments, architecture and geology. There are many reasons why people who visit Italy can get a great overall idea of the country from visiting the central regions. Although a visit to Italy is often limited to a fleeting race between one city and another. Rome and […]

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Northern Italy

Northern Italy is often identified with Milano, which is considered to be the economical center of ‘Il bel paese’ – this beautiful country. There is more to the north then just Milano, it is also made up of small and medium-sized villages and towns that have preserved their ancient beauty while managing to provide numerous services and products […]

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