The 10 most beautiful cities in Italy

How does one decide which are the 10 most beautiful cities in Italy!!! Not an easy task!!! Have you ever tried to make a list of the most beautiful Italian cities? Well I am going to do my very best and hope you are going to be pleased!!! Forgive me if you disagree!! Italians sometime forget that Italy is such a beautiful country, what are the reasons? The reality is that Italy’s beauty is renowned all over the world and from all over the world hungry visitors come to enjoy the lifestyle and its rich artistic heritage and so much more. Here is my list of the 10 Italian cities you must visit: 1: Rome must be the most beautiful city in Italy, the [ ... ]

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La Dolce Vita in Le Marche, Italy

Who isn’t looking for “La Dolce Vita” somewhere in the Mediterranean!!! Sun, sea, countryside, mountains, great food and wine and perhaps most importantly, somewhere to switch off!!! If this is something that you have been thinking about for a while, maybe there aren’t many better places to experience this than Le Marche, Italy. Great weather 2/3 of the year, stunning and varied countryside; beaches, rolling hills topped with historic villages, and a breath-taking mountain range. Very friendly people, but don’t forget to say ‘Buongiorno’ to everyone you pass as you stroll around the worderful towns and villages. They are helpful and very eager to help with whatever you want, especially if you try to speak Italian. Laidback lifestyle as you would expect, what [ ... ]

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The flowering of Castelluccio

In the flowering season, the spectacle of colours at Castelluccio, in the National Park of the Sibillini Mountains, is not easy to describe. You have to be there for an experience you’ll never forget. The area of ​​Castelluccio is characterized by two types of blooms, firstly the spontaneous wild flowers, discreet and almost shy, appealing to those with a naturalistic and floristic interest. The second, most famous bloom and overwhelming sight, is tied to the cultivation of lentil. The meadows are literally carpeted with yellow, red, purple and blue. It is possible to see the first bloom from the middle to the end of May; it fills the planes and the surrounding mountains, all the way up to where agriculture has [ ... ]

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