Stories, short stories, posters, glimpses and echoes from the past that whisper the beauties of fertile land rich in history, served to delight the refined palates of the lovers of the villages and of the medieval culture.
We take you to one of the best preserved medieval villages of Emilia-Romagna and the whole of Northern Italy, to rediscover an atmosphere of times gone by and a mystery still to be solved
22/05/2019 | By Stefano De Bernardi
The inhabitants of the ancient Calabrian village are devoted to San Teodoro di Amasea, who defeated the terrible monster in 1528: they dedicated a day of the year to their leader to celebrate his exploit
04/05/2019 | By Redazione
We take you to the beautiful medieval village in the province of Parma to discover the majestic Sanvitale Fortress, surrounded by a navigable moat, and culinary delicacies from all over Italy and the world: a real gastronomic siege!
02/05/2019 | By Joni Scarpolini
We tell you the story of an ancient South Tyrolean village that in the 1950s was submerged by the waters of the dam. And what remains is a surreal show, from fantasy film...
30/04/2019 | By Joni Scarpolini
A few kilometers from Domodossola, immersed in the alpine nature, there is a suggestive medieval manor which, after centuries of invasions, actually watches over the ancient stone village and attracts tourists even from neighboring Switzerland
25/04/2019 | By Joni Scarpolini
The ancient Ligurian fishing village has always been the meeting point of the Genoese, who love to enjoy an aperitif on the marina, amid the noise of the waves and a little carefree
09/04/2019 | By Joni Scarpolini
With the emptying of the artificial lake, the village of Maina re-emerged, where some Friulian families once lived. Before the waters of the dam, completed in 1948, covered the ghost town
06/04/2019 | By Redazione
In the medieval village of Piacenza there is a museum that tells the wandering life of ancient bear trainers, protagonists of acrobatic shows throughout Europe during the 1700s
04/04/2019 | By Joni Scarpolini
As for extension and commercial capacity, in the Lagoon it is second only to that of Venice. Inaugurated in the 1960s, it quickly became the link between the mainland and the Adriatic Sea
01/04/2019 | By Redazione
Comacchio: magic of the waters in the Po Delta, to be traveled by boat to savor the slow pace and then dedicate itself to the star of the village: the eel. With a dedicated museum and 48 recipes that see it as a protagonist
23/01/2019 | By Luciana Francesca Rebonato
Vrù is a small fraction of Cantoira, in the Lanzo Valleys. It is a village on the still mountains where miners who extracted talcum lived. In addition to the cribs and the miniatures of the Mole di Torino and the Tower of Pisa.
07/01/2019 | By Antonia Gorgoglione
Among the picturesque old town, the views over the expanses of olive groves and vineyards, the white wine Locorotondo DOC, extra virgin olive oil, orecchiette, tripe rolls and castrato roasted in the oven.
03/01/2019 | By Luca Sartori
5 romantic villages, Italian masterpieces rich in magic and centuries-old charm that arouse amazement and wonder. For unforgettable emotions that last over time
30/10/2018 | By Luciana Francesca Rebonato
It overlooks the Umbrian valley, designed by the vineyards where the most famous of its wines, the Sagrantino Docg, is born, among the symbols of Italian enology. A village with paths of Bacchus to be discovered, even in the cellars of the Museum of Saint Francis
16/10/2018 | By Luciana Francesca Rebonato
The ancient village that belonged to the noble Sanseverino family, a land of brooms, churches, fountains and noble palaces, including simple and tasty dishes and the excellent Paddaccio del Pollino cheese.
03/10/2018 | By Luca Sartori
We are in Amendolea vecchia, a hamlet of Condofuri, in the province of Reggio Calabria.
We are in one of the abandoned villages of Calabria, and one of the different perched on the hills of Aspromontane.
04/09/2018 | By Daniela Sorace
The picturesque medieval village of Giglio Castello overlooking the sea and a traditional table made of intense flavors. From traditional fish dishes to wild rabbit to cacciatore to good local wine.
11/09/2018 | By Luca Sartori
A village in the heart of the Val d'Orcia. An expression of great beauty and also of the concrete sense of design, in line with the proverbial Tuscan magniloquence
12/09/2018 | By Luciana Francesca Rebonato
The big Archaeological Park of Castelseprio: a crossroads between medieval peoples in Lombardy and technical and votive description of the paintings found in the Basilique of Santa Maria Foris Portas, which have made Castelseprio very famous.
26/06/2018 | By Nabil Morcos
The history of the Medieval Ricetto of Candelo, near Biella in the land of Piedmont, in the north-west of Italy. The Ricetto of Candelo like a rural building and a piece of Middle-Age nowadays. It was Lord Sebastiano Ferrero's home from 1496.
23/05/2018 | By Nabil Morcos
We are in Castelvecchio di Rocca Barbena (Sv) a few miles from the most famous tourist destinations of western Liguria. We are in a village where the tourist, the hercurgeist, the resident and the "excuse me, I am lost" find the path itself
14/05/2018 | By Daniela Sorace
The archeological site of Cividale del Friuli, in Friuli-Venezia-Giulia land of Italy: the first capital of the Longobardi's Kingdom in Italy. Nowadays in Cividale there are lots of musuems and a wonderful view on the Natisone River.
14/04/2018 | By Nabil Morcos
Tha big Romanesque Basilique of Aquileia, near Udine, in Friuli-Venezia-Giulia, in the north-east of Italy.
Inside of the Basilique of Aquileia, there is the wondefull largest mosaic floor in Europe. There are two crypts and a very tall bell tower.
10/04/2018 | By Nabil Morcos
A village where every stone seems to have a story to say, a country surrounded by lush nature and a panorama of enchantment that caresses the blue of the Adriatic and the rugged lines of the Marches Apennines at the same time.
21/03/2018 | By Marco Toccacieli
In the heart of the Val d'Agri, in Basilicata, anyone who wants to come to Moliterno will never be a guest but one of us and will experience unique emotions in a landscape of extraordinary beauty, rich in traditions, culture, history, art and food and wine.
11/01/2018 | By Pasquale Dicillo
For a few years now the village of Giglio Castello on the Isola del Giglio has held a wine festival at the end of September. Restaurants throw open their doors, chairs and tables spill out onto the pavement, and the local Ansonaco wine flows in abundance.
28/11/2017 | By Rebecca Hughes