The best destinations in Italy
The history of Treviso began in Roman times, reaching its maximum splendour in the medieval era. The whole Treviso area contains a wealth of historic, artistic and architectural treasures, which have made it popular with many famous figures.
Trapani is situated on a piece of land that stretches out towards the Mediterranean and is on the extreme easterly point of Sicily. Since ancient times the Sicilian city is well known for the processing of precious materials such as coral, as well as for being an area bursting with natural beauty.
With its rich artistic heritage, this Veneto city is famous for the art works of Giotto. The province of Padua is characterised by its varied nature, thermal waters and towns with a wealth of history and monuments.
A famous seaside resort on the Gargano peninsula, Peschici has been awarded the European Blue Flag for the pristine quality of its water and and for the quality modern accomodation offered to tourists.
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.