The best destinations in Italy
The city takes its name from the large meadow (prato in Italian) where the market took place. Today this has become the market place and a symbol of the entrepreneurial spirit which has characterised the town since ancient times.
The Lombard town is on the border with Switzerland and is the historic transit point to and from the Helvetic state.
Pescara effectively dates back to little more than seventy years ago, from the merger of the two small towns of Pescara in the province of Chieti, and Castellamare Adriatico in the province of Teramo.
In the course of its history, the Lombard town was always fought over by various dominations. It was the venue of epic battles and important events.
Situated between 250 and 1.910 metres above sea level, Lana is situated in the centre of the oldest and most extensive fruit growing region in Alto Adige, but the town is also immersed in the colours and smells of an alpine landscape. Ideal holiday destination for families, Lana offers several possibilities for cultural and sporting activities.
The city is situated on the alluvial plain of the River Tirso, between the left bank and the Santa Giusta pool. The area surrounding the Sardinian province is characterised by a remarkable number of landscapes, ranging from the classic seaside resorts situated on the west coast of the island to the hinterland’s characteristic villages.
This town in Veneto is unequalled as a holiday destination for its its 18 kilometres of beaches, hotels, holiday apartments, tourist resorts, campsites and boat moorings.
The administrative centre of the Marches from its uncertain origins to the present day. As a cosmopolitan city, Ancona continues to be a crossroad of different peoples and cultures. Art, History, culture, sport and tourism are available to anyone with a thirst for knowledge and wanting to abandon himself to its enchantments.
Being almost 25 kilometres in length, the council of Portoferraio offers numerous bathing establishments and beaches, such as Biodola, 600 metres of fine sandy golden beaches; Scaglieri, 150 metres of fine sand that gently slopes to the sea and the Forno, a small segment of land.
The provincial capital of monuments, squares, unmistakeable arcades and the first University in the world. Bologna is not only an art city but also a land of fascinating Apennine landscapes.