The best destinations in Italy
A city just waiting to be discovered and explored, it offers visitors magical views from its intricate labyrinth of tortuous narrow streets. The province of Cosenza is characterised by many interesting sites, going from the slopes of the Apennines, which cross the whole of the region, to magnificent seaside resorts facing onto both the Ionian and Tyrrhenian seas.
This history of the city is also characterised by the continuous conflict first with Siena and then with the Medici family.
The artistic city which saw the development of the activities of the famous architect is strongly characterised by his style. The whole of the countryside around Vicenza is dotted with sumptuous residences, historic and tourist sites, for those who enjoy relaxing cultural holidays.
For decades this Romagna town has been the leading resort in Italy for fun-loving holidaymakers. But Rimini is not just the undisputed capital of summer holidays, it is also rich in history and monuments built as witness its ancient splendour.
Roseto degli Abruzzi is counted amongst the seven pearls of the Abruzzo “garden coast”, noted for their lidos that are the cleanest and most beautiful on the Adriatic coast with large, soft sandy beaches and shallow waters that make it ideal for children.
The chief town can boast Longobard origins. The province of Campobasso is rich in small villages, situated on the mountains and characterized by the medieval fascination.
Aosta, a town encircled by its “pearls”. By great mountain surrounded, the town reveals its ancient origin.
Littoria, which Mussolini had built in 1934, is our modern Latina. Nature, history and the sea are the dominating features of the Latina province.
That is how Torquato Tasso the Italian poet described the Lombard city, which is also characterised by the clear split between its high and low parts.
Riomaggiore is one of the typical terraced villages of the Cinque Terre and is also part of the National Park of the same name.