Lamezia Terme -
- until to friday 15 february 2019
Visite guidate alle Cantine Statti - Enoturismo (Wine Tourism)
Visiting our farm means to be a part of a modern reality but with ancient rhythms, least of all, human. It means to enjoy a break of peace and nature walking among hundreds hectares of silent olive groves and leafy vineyards. Amid...
Gardone Riviera -
- until to sunday 27 january 2019
D'Annunzio e l'arte del profumo. Odorarius Mirabilis
Area Monumentale del Foro Romano - Sito UNESCO "Longobardi In Italia. i luoghi del potere"
Roman Forum in Brescia was the main square in the city center of Brixia from the 1st century BC, then completed by Vespasian. Much of original square is now covered by Piazza del Foro, while the remains of most of its buildings have been...
Peschiera del Garda -
Siti Palafittici Preistorici delle Alpi (Sito UNESCO)
Prehistoric Palafitticoli sites of Alpine arc are a series of 111 archaeological sites located in Alps or in immediate vicinity, between Switzerland, Austria, France, Germany, Italy and Slovenia. Since 2011, the settlements are included...
Point of interest
Centro Storico di Firenze (Sito UNESCO)
UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982, historic center of Florence, enclosed within the circle of avenues traced on old Medieval walls, collects the most important cultural heritage of the city. Spiritual center is Piazza del Duomo, with...
Point of interest
Centro Storico di Roma, proprietà extraterritoriali della Santa Sede e San Paolo fuori le Mura (Sito UNESCO)
The Historic Centre of Rome was added to the World Heritage List in 1980, during the 4th session of the Commission held in Paris, In 1990, following the request made by the Holy See in agreement with the Italian state to expand the site to...
Incisioni Rupestri della Val Camonica (Sito UNESCO - Arte Rupestre)
The rock carvings of Val Camonica were the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Italy, in 1979. UNESCO recognized more than 140,000 figures, but new and uninterrupted discoveries have brought the total number of engravings to almost three...