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Rome It’s easy to see why Rome is called the Eternal City: you can see remnants of the past all over the ancient Italian capital. Ruins of the Roman Empire. Welcome to Italy Travel is the traveler in Italy itravelinitaly.com proposes with snapshots of the places, Slow tourism as a travel philosophy, looking at the most authentic side of a destination from the experience of a traveler. Home to many of the world's greatest works of art, architecture and gastronomy, Italy elates, inspires and moves like no other. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

THE SMELL OF THE ITALIAN SEA

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"THE SMELL OF THE ITALIAN SEA" An intimate and daily conversation with the sea, walking on its shores.  A physical and spiritual exercise, an education of our sensitivity to the rhythm of the waves.  Those who love the sea want to listen to its voice and see its colors.  But he also wants to touch it, smell it and, sometimes, taste a little salt water.  Going on foot on the shoreline, perhaps barefoot, offers all the pleasures of the sea, especially in autumn, winter or spring, even when whipped by the wind and rain, or in summer at sunrise or sunset in the noisy silence of the waves. Welcome to Italy Travel is the traveler in Italy itravelinitaly.com proposes with snapshots of the places, Slow tourism as a travel philosophy, looking at the most authentic side of a destination from the experience of a traveler. Home to many of the world's greatest works of art, architecture and gastronomy, Italy elates, inspires and moves like no other. itravelinitaly.com  would li

Jamie Cooks Italy – Jamie Oliver

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Jamie Cooks Italy – Jamie Oliver Jamie Cooks Italy is a celebration of the joy of Italian food. Jamie wants to share his love of all things Italian with accessible, best-ever recipes for Classic Carbonara, Salina Chicken, Stuffed Focaccia, Baked Risotto Pie, Pot-Roasted Cauliflower and Limoncello Tiramisu. Welcome to Italy Travel is the traveler in Italy itravelinitaly.com proposes with snapshots of the places, Slow tourism as a travel philosophy, looking at the most authentic side of a destination from the experience of a traveler. Home to many of the world's greatest works of art, architecture and gastronomy, Italy elates, inspires and moves like no other. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

Frances Mayes Always Italy: An Illustrated Grand Tour

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Frances Mayes Always Italy: An Illustrated Grand Tour Welcome to Italy Travel is the traveler in Italy itravelinitaly.com proposes with snapshots of the places, Slow tourism as a travel philosophy, looking at the most authentic side of a destination from the experience of a traveler. Home to many of the world's greatest works of art, architecture and gastronomy, Italy elates, inspires and moves like no other. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

Welcome to Italy

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Welcome to Italy Travel is the traveler in Italy itravelinitaly.com proposes with snapshots of the places, Slow tourism as a travel philosophy, looking at the most authentic side of a destination from the experience of a traveler. Home to many of the world's greatest works of art, architecture and gastronomy, Italy elates, inspires and moves like no other. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

Bologna for its tasty and sublime gastronomy.

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Bologna for its tasty and sublime gastronomy: Bolognese cuisine is known all over the world and has conquered even the most severe palates.  Obviously Bologna is not only this: for example, it has extraordinary places of the spirit, such as the church of San Luca which can be reached by crossing 6 km of arcades or the complex of 7 churches, spectacular and beautiful, the church of Santa Maria with the extraordinary  "Lamentation".  The center of Bologna can also be visited with some group or private tours. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

Here in the Marche the sporting sailing

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In summer, on our coasts, you will see in the sea, a myriad of small colored "flowers", but what are none other than the practitioners of water sports in the Marche.  There are Sup, Canoe, Windsurf, Sailboat and Kite Surf. Sailing Here in the Marche the sporting sailing with a long tradition behind it of enthusiasts and professionals at the Olympic level and which has also had great recognition in international competitions in the Optimist and Laser classes, but also many amateurs, who have their base in the ports of Fano, Ancona  , Grottamare and San Benedetto, just to name a few of the best known. Before sport, which can be practiced alone or in a team, obviously the Adriatic was plowed by boats such as the Tartane, so typical of this sea that they even deserved a specific type of sailing called "Adriatic sailing". . The coasts at the base of the San Bartolo and Conero Park lend themselves very well to this purpose, but precisely because of the simplicity of u

BOAT EXCURSIONS IN THE CONERO

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BOAT EXCURSIONS IN THE CONERO There is nothing more fascinating than seeing Monte Conero from the sea. Many crewed boats can make you live this experience in complete safety. The Conero Riviera will show itself in all its splendor and you will be able to live an experience in contact with nature that you will never forget. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

Let our lands take care of you and your boat.

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The Marina of Porto San Giorgio offers 800 berths from 8 to 50 meters and is the landing point of a land unique, rich, able to really give the best for a stay that leaves its mark; the Cantiere Nautico di Porto San Giorgio offers its customers the unique opportunity to leave their boat safely for winter storage and to end the summer holiday period in a unique part of Italy. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

LEGENDS OF SIROLO

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It is a very suggestive legend that tells the birth of Sirolo: the God who painted and traced the lines of the Adriatic coast, started from the North, towards Trieste and in his descent towards the South as far as the Gargano, he lost a pearl in the sea.  That pearl is precisely Sirolo not surprisingly called the Pearl of the Adriatic. THE BEAM the long scogli del trave, almost a visiting card for Sirolo, is an ancient and rather unusual geological formation because it extends into the sea for almost a kilometer in length.  For much of its extension it emerges from the water and is easily visible so much so that the ancients thought it reached the shores of Croatia crossing the entire Adriatic, almost a bridge then collapsed by human wickedness and the inability to live peacefully. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

The ancient Marca Fermana.

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Holidays in the Marche near the sea Fermo and surroundings From the Adriatic coast to the Sibillini Mountains, in whose gorges one still seems to hear the echoes of fabulous sibyls, hermits and travelers, the territory of the Province of Fermo extends, populated by forty municipalities: the castles of the ancient Marca Fermana. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

Conero; the spectacular scenery.

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Suggestive excursion to the Conero among the colors and lights of the sunset! In an easy circular walk in the "mountain of strawberry trees", we will enjoy the atmosphere of the forest, the Mediterranean scrub and rock carvings in the magical hours of sunset. And finally we will admire the sun going down behind the hills of the Marche from the spectacular scenery. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions Do you want online advice for your next trip to Italy? FAQ

LOCALITY Porto San Giorgio - Panorama Porto San Giorgio (FM)

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Porto San Giorgio is a town located in the coastal strip of the Marche;  it borders on three sides with the municipality of Fermo and to the east with the Adriatic Sea. It is an important seaside resort with a sandy beach (the coast is Blue Flag 2018), with numerous bathing establishments and various accommodation facilities;  it has a cycle path and a well-equipped marina that offers boaters the pleasure of a safe harbor for high-level boating (Blue Flag landing since 1987). The promenade is embellished with centuries-old palm trees, with flooring and lighting that are enchanted by the Art Nouveau buildings, built in the early twentieth century.  Walking through the city there are several, almost in every street, such as the precious Villa delle Rose;  built in 1921, it has very fine majolica decorations on the outside, while inside, to enrich every corner, is the Art nouveau. Since 2015, children can enjoy the Bambinopoli square, a large play area right on the seafront where they ca

where the mountains meet the sea reaching the coast in the form of rolling hills

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Do you want to go shopping without giving up a beach holiday?  If you are visiting the beautiful country and you want to discover a territory where the mountains meet the sea reaching the coast in the form of rolling hills, rich in taste and genuine flavors and famous for the artisanal production of high quality products, look no further  , you found it! itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

The Marina of Porto San Giorgio is located in the center of the Adriatic.

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The Marina of Porto San Giorgio is located in the center of the Adriatic, a few steps from the cities of art and the ancient villages of the Marche. In On a stretch of water of 140,000 m2, protected by a 500 m breakwater pier and a three-arm breakwater, the last of which is oriented towards NNW, the infrastructure for the landing is spread over 12 piers that can moor  800 boats between 8 and 50 meters in length. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

Superb Landscape

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        In Italy there is no more superb landscape and panorama. https://pin.it/4KATpuC in Italy there is no more superb landscape and panorama.  Imagine tens and tens of kilometers of jagged cliffs with caves, stacks, overhangs and soft beaches in front of the most spectacular of the seas, now wide open and open, now closed in bays as small as docks. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

Tuscany hills

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Magnificent landscapes and villages: Chianti, the Crete Senesi, Val d'Orcia, Val di Chiana, Val d'Elsa.  5 itineraries in the hills of Tuscany. In Tuscany, between the Etruscan coast and the Arno Valley, the Tuscan hills run after each other, an area of ​​incredibly beautiful and extremely varied landscapes, both from a morphological point of view, as we will see, and from a geographical and administrative point of view.  Here are 5 itineraries to discover the beauty of the Tuscan Hills. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Italy Post a review on our profile. Review

Cupra Marittima has a past of splendor and wealth.

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Cupra Marittima has a past of splendor and wealth. https://posts.gle/AZMG2 offers the visitor the opportunity to admire numerous works of art and monuments among the most characteristic of the Marche.  A few kilometers from the Adriatic, the city rises around a hill dominated by the Cathedral.  The beauty of Fermo is characterized by a medieval urban layout with narrow and steep streets, with some large spaces, such as the Piazza del Popolo and the large esplanade of the Girfalco, at the top of the hill.  Discover the city with patience, to appreciate its charm a certain slowness is preferable, you will be rewarded by the discovery of medieval alleys, Renaissance buildings and traces of Roman neighborhoods. In the spacious Piazza del Popolo you can admire the Palazzo Comunale, the Palazzo degli Studi and the Apostolic one, as well as the elegant Loggiato di San Rocco.  At the Civic Art Gallery you can admire a youthful canvas by Rubens, at the Municipal Library magnificent rooms an

Fermo, a historically illustrious city

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https://posts.gle/q8nAR Fermo, a historically illustrious city, offers the visitor the opportunity to admire numerous works of art and monuments among the most characteristic of the Marche.  A few kilometers from the Adriatic, the city rises around a hill dominated by the Cathedral.  The beauty of Fermo is characterized by a medieval urban layout with narrow and steep streets, with some large spaces, such as the Piazza del Popolo and the large esplanade of the Girfalco, at the top of the hill.  Discover the city with patience, to appreciate its charm a certain slowness is preferable, you will be rewarded by the discovery of medieval alleys, Renaissance buildings and traces of Roman neighborhoods. In the spacious Piazza del Popolo you can admire the Palazzo Comunale, the Palazzo degli Studi and the Apostolic one, as well as the elegant Loggiato di San Rocco.  At the Civic Art Gallery you can admire a youthful canvas by Rubens, at the Municipal Library magnificent rooms and precious co

Going to sea is an art that is learned with passion and experience

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https://posts.gle/gG9BR Going to sea is an art that is learned with passion and experience And it is the ideal climate to see the racing season restart.  However, it is good to remember that going to sea is an art to be learned with passion and experience, and it is the only tool to be able to navigate safely and without endangering boats and the safety of others. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Post a review on our profile. Review

A romantic walk to Pedaso

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https://posts.gle/a9uTu A romantic walk to watch the sun set and melt into the sea seems impossible on the Adriatic Riviera. Everyone knows that the sea sets "in the Tyrrhenian" and, even if the dawn that the Adriatic horizon gives us is no less fascinating, the sunset is a spectacle that must often be renounced. Yet… Pedaso reserves a pleasant surprise for those who love sunsets and the sea. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Post a review on our profile. Review

Sailboat trip in Italy

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Sailboat trip Release the moorings and treat yourself to a sensory experience in the open sea: lulled by the waves of the Adriatic sea and caressed by the gentle sea breeze between dives and relaxing atmospheres, you will discover the beauty of sailing on a splendid sailboat crossing the most beautiful holiday routes of the sea Adriatic! itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Post a review on our profile. Review

SNAPSHOT MARINA DI PORTO SAN GIORGIO

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https://posts.gle/BwRfZ SNAPSHOT MARINA DI PORTO SAN GIORGIO The Marina of Porto San Giorgio is located in the center of the Adriatic, a few steps from the cities of art and the ancient villages of the Marche. Located in a strategic area for connections, both motorways, railways and airports, it is two hours from Rome in an ideal position to reach Croatia. The airports of Ancona and Pescara are less than an hour's drive from the Marina. Ancient tradition, new technologies at your service: the Marina of Porto San Giorgio is a safe harbor in every season. For over 30 years it has offered boaters a safe shelter for comfortable navigation. The conformation of the port and the orientation of the north-north / west entrance allow the entry and exit of boats safely even in adverse weather conditions. The conformation of the Marina guarantees adequate protection in all marine weather conditions and the distance between the moorings is such as to allow easy approaching maneuvers.

Pedaso Lungomare dei Cantautori

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@itravelinitaly_com #italy https://posts.gle/8x9cZ Pedaso is worth a visit for its mild and pleasant climate. The Lungomare dei Cantautori is the area to see to understand, once more, how much the Marche has to offer and why its beaches are starting to be so famous. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Post a review on our profile. Review

An extraordinary panoramic balcony on the Adriatic Sea.

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@itravelinitaly_com #italy https://posts.gle/KtLMR An extraordinary panoramic balcony on the Adriatic Sea.  This village in the Fermo area is the most authentic expression of the charm of the Marche region and is the guest star of the most beautiful villages in Italy.  The flag and plaque were delivered at the gates of the village, whose medieval layout denotes its ancient role of fortified protection of the ancient seaport of the Roman city of Palma to defend it from frequent pirate raids. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Post a review on our profile. Review

The Aso Valley is a magnificent area

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@itravelinitaly_com #italy The Aso Valley is a magnificent area https://posts.gle/utRfU Valdaso is a territory rich in beauty and mysteries The Aso Valley is a magnificent area interspersed with historic views of medieval villages and the Sibillini Mountains, covered with snow even in spring that form the backdrop to a landscape of enchanting colors with farmhouses, woods, orchards in bloom, vineyards, vegetable gardens and lush fields. A territory, which extends between Fermo and Ascoli Piceno, whose inhabitants have managed to preserve the specificities both in cultural and natural terms: places, traditions, eno-gastronomic products, festivals and folkloristic festivals. It develops in the southern part of the Marche for a length of about 70 km and is characterized by the sea, rolling hills and the Sibillini, following the course of the Aso river, which rises between Monte Porche and Cima della Prata flowing into the Adriatic Sea. in the municipality of Pedaso. itravelinit

BOAT TRIP: fishing tourism

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@itravelinitaly_com #italy BOAT TRIP: fishing tourism https://posts.gle/KAc7N Through fishing tourism, boat trips and events through which you can experience the sea from unusual points of view. Going out on a boat with the local fishermen, experiencing a unique and exciting experience. You will be able to see the fishermen withdraw their nets, admire the coast from the sea, see the dolphins, experience our sunsets and the wind in your hair Surfing, between the lapping of the waves and the chirping of the seagulls, eating healthy, local and fresh food, massive and sustainable species, all without impacting the environment. You can choose to participate in a particular tasting, live unforgettable experiences linked to our territory and the seasonality of nature. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Post a review on our profile. Review

The Italian garden

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@itravelinitaly_com #italy The Italian garden https://posts.gle/coh92 Valdaso: a territory of excellence called "The Garden of the Marches". The Aso Valley is a magnificent area interspersed with historic glimpses of medieval villages and the Sibillini Mountains, covered with snow even in spring, which form the backdrop to a landscape of enchanting colors with farmhouses, woods, orchards in bloom, vineyards, vegetable gardens and  lush fields. A territory whose inhabitants have managed to preserve the specificities both in cultural and natural terms: places, traditions, eno-gastronomic products, festivals and folkloristic festivals. It develops in the southern part of the Marche for a length of about 70 km and is characterized by the sea, rolling hills and the Sibillini, following the course of the Aso river, which rises between Monte Porche and Cima della Prata and flows into the Adriatic Sea. This heterogeneous valley is made up of several municipalities with ancient hist

The charm and flavor that a wooden boat

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@itravelinitaly_com #italy The charm and flavor that a wooden boat https://posts.gle/gYzMN If you are a lover of the sea, the charm and flavor that a wooden boat transmits is unparalleled: the wood is alive, its essence is intoxicating. From here the Callas plunged: San Benedetto, here is the story of a mythical boat. SAN BENEDETTO DEL TRONTO - In the Marchetti shipyards there is an old wooden boat for pleasure.  Mahogany hull, 13 meters long, rigged in the sixties in Loano, Savona.  Her name is Micia II, and she has a story to tell.  A story that intersects with two tutelary gods of opera, the Divina Maria Callas and the legendary tenor Giuseppe Di Stefano.  The two voices, a boat, a friendship that for some passionate exegetes was also something more. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

Unforgettable views of Venice

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Unforgettable views of Venice https://posts.gle/ukCYa @itravelinitaly_com #italy unforgettable views of Venice The glimpses of Venice always give great emotion and something new to discover. Many of the photos that we take in Venice, over the bridges or between the streets, are glimpses in whole or in part identical to postcards we see in the shops.  After all, the best views, the privileged observation points are the ups and downs of the bridges and the picturesque streets. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

Lake reflects

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Lake reflects https://posts.gle/bJ16s @itravelinitaly_com #italy The beauty of a lake reflects the beauty around it.  When the mind is still, the beauty of the Self is seen reflected in it. You see them there, on the banks of a river and a lake, or perched on a rock, by the sea.  The gaze fixed on the line, the rod in hand: there are one and a half million fishing enthusiasts.  The braggart of record catches and the eager to put the prey in the pan are decreasing.  Thousands of people remain united by the search for a moment of relaxation and contact with water. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

Monte Conero The spectacular landscape

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Monte Conero The spectacular landscape @itravelinitaly_com #italy https://posts.gle/xQ9VH According to the most common hypothesis, the name Conero means "mountain of the strawberry trees", deriving from the Greek κόμαρος (kòmaros), that is strawberry tree, a very widespread Mediterranean tree in the Conero woods and which produces characteristic red fruits which are very popular locally. Mount Conero, the only stretch of limestone rocky coast from Trieste to the Gargano, breaks the linear and sandy Adriatic coast into two sections with different orientation, thus deserving the nickname "elbow of Italy", also shared by the city of Ancona . The coastal part is the one with the steepest slopes, while it descends much more gently towards the hinterland. On this side, the mountain has gullies, some of which can be traveled along in the itineraries of the Park. The spectacular landscape of the high coast originated from the millenary erosive action of the wave

Journey of Tuscany

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Journey of Tuscany https://posts.gle/qFzLh              Photo By Massimo Telò, Attribution , Link @itravelinitaly_com Discover the vineyards and medieval architecture of Siena, San Gimignano, and Pisa on a small-group or private full-day Chianti journey, with optional lunch and wine. Admire the beautiful medieval architecture of Siena and its gothic-style Cathedral Explore the splendid squares, churches, and the magnificent towers of San Gimignano See the Leaning Tower of Pisa and other impressive marble monuments in Pisa Choose from either a small-group or private guided experience Savor an organic farmhouse lunch with homemade pasta, cured meats, and local cheeses, if the option is selected Enjoy a wine tasting of 4 Chianti region wines in a traditional wine estate, if the option is selected. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

The search for a moment of relaxation and contact with water.

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The search for a moment of relaxation and contact with water. https://posts.gle/qsncE @itravelinitaly_com You see them there, on the banks of a river and a lake, or perched on a rock, by the sea.  The gaze fixed on the line, the rod in hand: there are one and a half million fishing enthusiasts.  The braggart of record catches and the eager to put the prey in the pan are decreasing.  Thousands of people remain united by the search for a moment of relaxation and contact with water. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

Who finds a friend, finds a treasure!

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https://posts.gle/fyXa1 @itravelinitaly_com Who finds a friend, finds a treasure! Travel is the traveler in Italy itravelinitaly.com proposes with snapshots of the places, Slow tourism as a travel philosophy, looking at the most authentic side of a destination from the experience of a traveler. 1° PARTNER > Signing up to work with us is easy. Follow these steps, go to: https://www.itravelinitaly.com/p/partner.html [  #italy #travelbetter #summer2021 #travel   ] 2° DISCOUNTS > Share with a friend ! Discover the prizes I have reserved for you. It's very easy, just follow these steps: Fill out the form with your details. As soon as you have completed the activation, you can help me expand our group of friends. Go to the page summer 2021 : itravelinitaly.com itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

VISIT VENICE IN WINTER. THE TIMELESS CHARM OF THE LAGOON.

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VISIT VENICE IN WINTER. THE TIMELESS CHARM OF THE LAGOON. https://posts.gle/xTgVS @itravelinitaly_com The canals, the gondolas, the calli that welcome you with their millenary history: the inlaid, damp facades of the ancient buildings, the gates overlooking the canals consumed by salt, the carnival masks that look at you from every window. The imagination immediately flies to the times of the Doges, and as I walk, I imagine those finely decorated buildings becoming the stage for worldly parties, grand dances for ladies and knights. I hear the rustle of cloaks on the pavements, and see hundreds of dresses woven with fine Indian fabrics walking towards the gala evening in the half-light of the streets. I imagine the busy, fast and discreet gondoliers escorting the nobles from one channel to another... itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

MARGOT Female dog hunting

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MARGOT Female dog hunting https://posts.gle/2dNBm @itravelinitaly_com The cold temperatures of the northern regions push different types of ducks to migrate south and this is how the stretches of water of milder locations are populated every year by many types of ducks including Germans and Teals. These are two species of surface ducks morphologically different from each other but very similar in habits and above all in the environments they are used to research.  They both prefer shallow, clean waters rich in reeds or other natural shelters where they can hide and look for food;  rivers are also a suitable place for daytime refreshment, especially if their bed is located on a depression in the ground and is affected by quiet bends where the current is absent. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

Italy: Green light to skiing from February 15th but only in the yellow zone.

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Italy: Green light to skiing from February 15th but only in the yellow zone. https://posts.gle/4mKbc @itravelinitaly_com Green light to skiing from February 15th but only in the yellow zone, lifts closed in the orange and red regions.  This is what the Technical Scientific Committee allowed - according to what is learned - at the end of the meeting during which the protocol developed by the Regions last January 28 was examined.  Now it will be up to the Government to accept the opinion of the CTS and give the definitive go-ahead, a step that will most likely already be recorded at the weekend: "The ski season will be able to resume, in the yellow regions, on February 15. Finally, a positive signal, let's go  towards a possible normality and recovery. The tourism sector can restart ".  This was stated by Marco Bussone, National President of Uncem, Union of Municipalities, Communities and Mountain Bodies.  "We are waiting to see the documents of the CTS but we ha

Venice believes

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Venice believes in it: five-star hotels are restarting.  Today doors open to Ducale in Correr @itravelinitaly_com Surprisingly, five-star hotels reopen, almost all restaurants light fires, museums return to welcome visitors, galleries to exhibit and the T Fondaco hosts the first in-person exhibition.  Carnival 2021 turns out to be less virtual than expected and, even without shows, without parties, it marks the watershed between the before and after. Already last weekend the city was unusually animated: full garage in Piazzale Roma, tourists (Venetian) in the Merc ... itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

The Grand Canal in Gondola.

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The Grand Canal in Gondola. @itravelinitaly_com The Grand Canal is the main waterway that crosses Venice.  Most likely it was the bed of a river that carried its water to the sea.  It follows a sinuous path, like an inverted S, inside the city center, dividing it into two large areas, each consisting of three Sestieri, as the neighborhoods of Venice are called;  those on the right bank are called de citra, those on the left bank de ultra. Its waters are reflected in the most prestigious palaces, for the position of which the Venetians competed for the best locations, entrusting the most famous architects of the various eras with the task of designing and building the tallest, the most cheeky, the most  beautiful, the most, stylistically speaking, modern for the various eras in which they were built. In 1495 the French ambassador Filippo de Commynes arrived in Venice along the Grand Canal in Gondola, in his account of a visit to the city he wrote: It is the most beautiful street th

The Fermano area

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The Fermano area @itravelinitaly_com The Fermano area covers an area of ​​about 1,000 km² and welcomes 190,000 inhabitants.  It is characterized by the long Adriatic coast and rivers, the Chienti to the north, the Aso to the south, and to the west it is bordered by the chain of the Sibillini Mountains, which, thanks to the varied presence of flora and fauna, in 1993 the Park was established.  National. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

The colors of Venice

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The colors of Venice @itravelinitaly_com A city stopped in time If you have visited Venice you already know how romantic it can be.  How much the houses along the canals, with the water gently bathing the walls, can fascinate.  Here I was enchanted by the colors of the houses, by the water-level doors that left me intent on imagining what could be immediately behind. Walking through the heart of the city, in the San Marco district, you get the feeling of being in a movie.  Tourists crossing the many bridges of the city, intent on photographing and still photographing, whatever.  Gondoliers who try to convince you to take a gondola ride (beautiful in my opinion, but a little expensive), craft masks shops for the famous carnival, Campi to leave speechless, with fountains in the center and a few benches here and there. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

The dominant theme of the Fermo area

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  @itravelinitaly_com The dominant theme of the Fermo area is undoubtedly the landscape.  In fact, there are many terraces from which it is possible to scrutinize the hills that follow one another like a theater curtain.  All this gives a scenario of great harmony that very often inspired in the background of altarpieces and paintings by great painters such as the brothers Carlo and Vittore Crivelli, Vincenzo Pagani, Osvaldo Licini and Luigi Fontana.  Great artists who were inspired by the most evocative centers of the Fermano area such as Porto San Giorgio, Sant'Elpidio a Mare, Massa Fermana, Falerone, Monterubbiano, Fermo, Monte Vidon Corrado and Montegranaro. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

In Venice a characteristic briccola.

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@itravelinitaly_com In Venice a characteristic briccola made up of five poles and a higher central pole is called a dama;  this type of briccola is used to indicate the beginning of a lagoon channel.  In Genoa the briccole were built with laricio pine (P. nigra laricio) imported from the annexed Corsica. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

Fantastic canals and sinuous canals of magical Venice.

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Fantastic canals and sinuous canals of magical Venice. @itravelinitaly_com Large and important, such as the Giudecca Canal, the Grand Canal and the Cannaregio Canal.  All the others waterways are called rio;  sometimes they take the diminutive of "riello" or even of "rio menuo" (rio minute). The canals are generally very narrow and often sinuous channels, given their fluvial derivation, and it is for this reason that the shape of Venice has been conditioned in its development from the beginning, and this for construction reasons. In fact, all the buildings in Venice are placed directly or through piles on a particularly resistant layer formed of compressed clay and sand called “caranto”, which is located a few meters deep. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

Sport fishing

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@itravelinitaly_com Fishing that passes you Catch the fish and free them. it is the new trend that unites thousands of fans. Among the most fascinating disciplines? Fly fishing. When the hobby becomes a philosophy of life You see them there, on the banks of a river and a lake, or perched on a rock, by the sea. The gaze fixed on the line, the rod in hand: there are one and a half million fishing enthusiasts. The braggart of record catches and the eager to put the prey in the pan are decreasing. Thousands of people remain united by the search for a moment of relaxation and contact with water. itravelinitaly.com  would like to receive your feedback.  Share and Post a review on our profile.

Venice monuments romantic bridges

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@itravelinitaly_com The most romantic bridges in Venice In the city of love par excellence, here is an ideal tour for couples. For couples in the mood for romance Venice is one of the most popular places.  The suggestions that La Serenissima is able to offer are undeniable, from the magnificence of its 5-star Grand Hotels to the small hidden bohemian cafes.  Walking through the narrow streets typical of the lagoon city and admiring the breathtaking views that some of its most important monuments offer are experiences that remain in the heart for a lifetime.  And when it comes to Venice, one cannot but immediately think of its bridges: overcrowded, historical or modern, all romantic.  Ideal location to exchange passionate kisses or perfect corners to take souvenir photos. The most famous are those of the Grand Canal, starting with the oldest, the Rialto Bridge, which already connected the two banks since 1181.  Built using old boats, it was renovated several times after fires, collaps

Gondolas and gondoliers in Venice

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  gondolas and gondoliers in Venice @itravelinitaly_com The gondola is a very special boat.  It is asymmetrical and can be operated with a single propeller oar.  Measure m.  10.85 in length per m.  1.40 approximately in width.  It weighs 350 kg.  and is made up of about 280 pieces of wood of different nature.  The iron of the prow of the gondolas, called 'fero da pròra' or 'dolfin', serves to balance the weight of the gondolier.  Under the main blade it has a kind of comb formed by six teeth (prongs) which have the precise meaning of remembering the 'sestieri' (= six zones) with which Venice is divided.  A tooth extends backwards (towards the center of the gondola) and indicates the island of Giudecca, separated from the homonymous canal from the other islands of Venice which form a compact nucleus.  Sometimes three friezes are inserted between the six prongs that join the prongs two by two, indicating the three bridges over the Grand Canal: the Scalzi bridge (S
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