Where to plan your next vacation across Italy? What a great question, actually, since it depends according to what you decide to do once you are there.
Do you prefer seaside, mountain or lake? According to your answer, then, you will be able to choose which Italian region can satisfy you better.
In fact, if you really like seaside, you should better not to go to Piedmont, for example, since you won’t be able to wear your costume over there. (more…)
If you happen to be in Leuven, and you like festivals, you will definitely love all the attractions simply named “BeLEUVENissen”, which are followed by a huge crowd of both citizens and tourists.
There are, in fact, several interesting folkoristic elements, such as the “Balloon of Friendship”, a monument located in Hooverplein and sculpted in 1988. It is the symbol of friendship and it was offered by a group of men who wanted to celebrate the “Men of the Year”. Every year, in fact, who turns 40, can join the club, whose members wanted to show their presence in the town by the balloon. (more…)
Once you are in Barcelona, you can’t miss one of the most important monuments located at the end of the very famous la Rambla. I am talking about the Columbus monument, which is situated near the sea and it an homage to Cristoforo Columbus, who according to the history, discovered the America, the so-called new continent.
You can enter it and there is an elevator which takes you up 60 meters above the ground, where you can admire a 360° breathless views. (more…)
The Amalfi Coast: land of sunshine, beautiful sea, blue sky and lemon scent. If your dream has always been to live in this magical place, now it can be true!
Thanks to Amalfi coast rentals, during all your vacation you will feel a real resident of the place. In order to book a villa you can contact directly the property owners, that with their kindness and availability will help you choose the best time right for your stay, and together you can also define all the details, even managing to save money because there are no intermediaries. (more…)
How much do you know about the Vasari Corridor in Florence?
Find out some interesting facts about it.
1- The purpose of the construction of the Corridor for the Medici was having the chance move safely from Palazzo Pitti to Palazzo Vecchio, which was the seat of government, observing the people below while remaining unnoticed.
2- Right halfway over the Ponte Vecchio, Benito Mussolini, the Italian dictator during WWII, back in 1939 ordered that the Corridor’s small windows had to be enlarged in order to admire better the great view over the Arno. (more…)