Garessio is an ancient and important village for its history, for the authors who frequented it (Gozzano, Calvino, Guareschi) and for the artists who loved it (Richard West, Golia, Giugiaro the father and son)
The historic center of the village of Specchia, in Puglia, is considered among the most beautiful of the Salento.
Casole d' Elsa
History, what to see, typical cuisine and the events of Casole d'Elsa. The municipality is part of the Wine Cities
Cetona is located in the extreme southern slopes of Siena, in Tuscany, almost on the border with Lazio.
The village of Troy was founded to become a stronghold of the Byzantine Empire.
The village of Montescudaio is located in the Val di Cecina and is part of the Maremma Pisana, in Tuscany.
The village of Pitigliano, in Maremma, is known as the little Jerusalem, for the historical presence of a Jewish community.
San Benedetto Po
San Benedetto Po is known for the monastic complex of Polirone, the beating heart of the town. Today the village is an important tourist center, for visiting the monastery, the imposing Julian basilica
The village of Bevagna, in Umbria, was known for its precious paintings, so to be called "bevagne".
Larino is one of the most important tourist resorts in Molise. In the center of the village, the cathedral of San Pardo and the Assunta is worth a visit
The Arab-medieval village of Salemi is located in the Belice Valley, Sicily.
The village of Altomonte, rich in rivers and hilly landscapes, is called the "wedding village" as spouses from all over Italy and from abroad decide to celebrate the happy event here, for the beauty of these places
History, what to see, the typical cuisine and the events of Castagneto Carducci. In the heart of the Livornese Maremma at the center of the Etruscan Coast
The village of Treia is located in Marche to the north of the Potenza valley. Between the end of July and the beginning of August, the historical re-enactment "Disfida del Bracciale" is unmissable.
Bisaccia, in Campania, is a small village of medieval origins. The most characteristic places of the village are the Convent, the Ducal Castle, the Cathedral and the Church of the Dead.
Angera is undoubtedly a charming lakeside town: it is an ancient village behind which stands the majestic Rocca Borromeo,
at the end of the IX century a Roman nobleman named Arrone settled in Valnerina, in Umbria, and s'impossessò one of rocky promontories that there they raised
The village of Deruta in Umbria is known for the production of artistic ceramics.
The ancient inhabited center of Bardonecchia consists of the Borgo Vecchio, gathered around the Parish Church of Sant'Ippolito.
Susa, the ancient Segusio, is an ancient city built in a strategic position for the control of the Susa Valley.
The Umbrian village of Montefalco is the reference point of the winery region in which are being produced the Sagrantino di Montefalco and Montefalco Rosso.
Genga, located in the heart of the Gola della Rossa and Frasassi Regional Park, in addition to its caves, is also famous for the largest living nativity scene in the world.