The best destinations in Italy
The capital of Piedmont and its famous tourist localities, such as Sestriere and Bardonecchia, hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics, providing grounds for the performances of the world’s best athletes.
These are the origins of this town, where some monuments have been declared world heritage by UNESCO. The cultural heritage of the province of Modena is a perfect balance of important historic towns, natural landscapes and mythical places for engine lovers.
Despite the sieges, wars, sacking and devastation over the centuries, Rieti has managed to conserve some very precious monuments and architecture.
From Roman times through to the fascist period, Reggio Emilia wrote some important pages of history. The town, which is situated on the slopes of the Apennines, offers a wealth of art that is an attraction to any tourist.
The town of Molise hides evidences of a glorious past time. In the year 1979 the most important finding of the Palaeolithic Age in Europe was discovered near Isernia.
The town which gave two Pontiffs to Christianity in the XV century, is today one of Italy\'s chief commercial and tourist ports.
The city, with its beauty spots, was also nominated European Capital of Culture for 2004. The Ligurian administrative centre has an event-rich history, and a territory acknowledged as unique throughout the world.
The city was described in the past as \"centium turrium\", due to the ancient towers which, together with the characteristic streets and small piazzas, give it that composed and, at the same time, opulent appearance of a noble and cultured city.
This Tuscan city is a genuine centre of art at international level, the beauty of the monuments in the Campo dei Miracoli standing out among the many artistic and monumental treasures.
Ascoli Piceno is a very beautiful town rich in monuments and history, and famous for its production of wine and green Ascolan olives.