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5 villages to visit in winter, where to sleep and what to see

Tuesday 31 january 2023

Italian villages are among the most popular destinations for tourists even in winter time. Here are 5 villages to visit and where to sleep

5 villages to visit in winter, where to sleep and what to see

Villages in winter are an especially popular travel destination for both Italians and those arriving from other parts of the world. The magic and beauty that the borghi give must be experienced on one's own skin. Rich in history and culture, Italian villages give a trip that is sure to be unforgettable.
In this article we suggest 5 villages to visit in winter and where to sleep.

1. San Lorenzo in Banale (TN)

The village of San Lorenzo in Banale is located in the province of Trento and is one of the oldest villages in Italy. It is an enchanting place surrounded by nature and considered the gateway to the spectacular Adamello Brenta Natural Park and a starting point to see beautiful surrounding places such as the Terme di Comano and Stenico Castle. Here you can enjoy a relaxing vacation at the Hotel Castel Mani, a wonderful location suitable for everyone, with comfortable rooms and excellent services.

Hotel Castel Mani, San Lorenzo in Banale

2. Volterra (PI)

In the heart of Tuscany, in the province of Pisa, lies the wonderful medieval town of Volterra. Set on a hill about 500 meters above sea level, the town is known for its alabaster production. For a comfortable stay, we suggest you book at Albergo Villa Rioddi, a structure surrounded by greenery that stands out for its warm and welcoming atmosphere thanks to which every guest immediately feels at ease.

Albergo villa Rioddi, Volterra

3. Cividale del Friuli (UD)

In the province of Udine, an absolute must-see is Cividale del Friuli, a medieval village that preserves important historical evidence such as the Lombard Temple, the National Archaeological Museum, the Church of Saints Peter and Blaise, and much more. For a luxury stay, just a short walk from the center of the village, on Montebello Hill, the Wine Resort Il Roncal is considered a true piece of paradise. Here, you can immerse yourself in a relaxing atmosphere in the silent landscape of the Colli Orientali del Friuli.

Wine Resort Il Roncal

4. Poggio Torriana (RN)

In the heart of Romagna, in the province of Rimini, Poggio Torriana is a small town that brings together in its territory three distinct villages: Torriana, Montebello and Poggio Berni. The latter hamlet is home to Il Poggianino, a typical country residence dating back to the 1800s that offers Room&Breakfast service.Il Poggianino a Poggio Torriana (RN)

5. Gubbio (PG)

Among the most characteristic and traditional villages of Umbria, Gubbio is certainly is a must if you come to the province of Perugia. Here you can stay at Agriturismo Villa Contessa, a magical place where you can enjoy an intimate and relaxing atmosphere and easily reach Perugia, Urbino, Assisi, Spoleto and Fano. During your stay you can visit some of the main tourist attractions, such as the Basilica of Sant'Ubaldo, the Palazzo dei Consoli and the Church of San Francesco.Albergo Villa Contessa, Gubbio

Main image: Cividale del Friuli, ph.

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