Linked since the late Villanovan period, the centers of Bolsena and Orvieto present a vast wealth of natural landscapes and historical-cultural treasures. The union between the natural element and the anthropic element is very close, which will make the...
The Way of the Franciscan Protomartyrs is a path, structured in 6 stages, which moves through the territory of the diocese of Terni-Narni-Amelia. The route crosses the communes of origin of the five Protomartyrs Bernardo, Ottone, Accursio, Adiuto and...
Glamping, born from the union of the words "glamor" and "camping", indicates a camping activity practiced without sacrificing comfort. In recent times, more and more people have become passionate about this way of combining holidays in contact with nature...
More and more tourists are choosing green holidays: an excellent result, which can offer interesting ideas on future prospects. The emergency from Covid-19 has certainly played a decisive role in the choice of the destination for the holidays. In fact,...
The Gran Paradiso National Park organizes ninety-three free excursions with the Park guides on the Aosta Valley side, to discover the protected area, in health and safety, in the post-emergency summer Covid-19. In a period in which the watchwords are...
Between the 1980s and 1990s the Aspromonte Hikers Group (GEA) created this path, consisting of 9 stages, for a length of about 140 kilometers and a journey time of 9-10 days. The name of the Way derives from the...
Dante's Way is a ring route that runs through medieval roads and paths, linked to the life and experience of the poet's exile, which united Romagna and the Casentino. It is a naturalistic, cultural and literary journey; quotes and parts...
Holidays in Piedmont for a few days can be organized thanks to the valuable support offered by local authorities to lovers of ecotourism. The emerging Piemontescape Piemontescape platform presents tourists, residents and anyone who wants to venture into the...
In the town of Filiano, in Basilicata, there are two beautiful anthropological reserves; completely surrounded by greenery, they would be the ideal destination for an ecotourism that brings together love for nature and passion for history and discovery. The State...
At the edge of Campo Imperatore, the vast plateau defined by the well-known mountaineer Fosco Maraini as the "Little Tibet", there are some of the most famous fortified villages and castles in the Apennines. The area was highly appreciated in...

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