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Florence to Rome By Enrico Massetti
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This is an e-guide to a 10 days trip in the land of the Etruscan, from Florence to Rome through Fiesole, Arezzo, Orvieto, Viterbo, Veii and Citta di Castello. There are extensive descriptions and... More > photos of the attractions for you to use during your visit.< Less
Rome, Florence and Venice By Enrico Massetti
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This guide covers a visit to the major Italian destinations of Rome, Florence and Venice. There are extensive descriptions and photos of the attractions. The three cities are covered individually... More > with information on how to get to each one of them as well as how to go from one to the other. The guide contains links to the web sites of train and air travel companies, so you can check the latest schedule and even buy the tickets. It has also listing of many reviews for the best recommended restaurants that are at walking distance from the location where lunch or dinner are planned, you have the basic information ready: the name, address and telephone number are included in the guide together with the review.< Less
Lago Di Garda By Enrico Massetti
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Si tratta di una guida per una visita al lago di Garda, in direzione di Desenzano in senso orario e in contatto con le città di Salò, Gardone Riviera, Toscolano Maderno, Gargnano,... More > Tignale, Tremosine, Limone sul Garda, Riva del Garda, Torbole, Malcesine , Brenzone, Torri del Benaco, Bardolino, Garda, Lazise, ​​Pechiera del Garda e Sirmione. Ci sono ampie descrizioni e foto delle attrazioni. Contiene molte recensioni per i migliori ristoranti consigliati che si trovano nella località descritta.< Less
Aosta Valley Itineraries By Enrico Massetti
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Valle d’Aosta is a vertical region, you might say, and not just in the physical sense, for the many high peaks that surround it (including Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Europe at 4,807... More > meters), but also for the surprising concentration, in a region of such reduced dimensions, of so many natural splendors, of so many monuments, of so much precious historic and artistic heritage. For Aosta the Middle Ages were anything but dark: as an important center of commercial traffic with France and Switzerland, the city enjoyed a long period of prosperity. It is no coincidence that the Cathedral and Cathedral Church of S. Orso, two churches of great beauty, date back to the Middle Ages. The locations covered are the city of Aosta, the lower valley with its castles, a visit to Cogne and the Gran Paradiso Park, a visit to Morgex, La Thuille and the Piccolo San Bernardo Pass, one to Courmayeur, one to Valpelline and the Gran San Bernardo Pass, and all the villages of the Valtournance Valley.< Less
Sardinia By Enrico Massetti
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David Herbert Lawrence, the famous English writer, loved Italy. He traveled through it far and wide, often on foot. Sardinia inspired him and he dedicated his fine book to it, “Sea and... More > Sardinia”, where he wrote: “Sardinia is left outside of time and history”. Of course, nowhere is left outside of time and history. This is a guide for a visit to Sardinia lasting ten days to two weeks. The itinerary starts from Olbia, on the Costa Smeralda, and then touches La Maddalena, Porto Torres, Sassari, Alghero, Macomer and its nuraghi, Oristano, Iglesias, Cagliari, Sorgono, Nuoro and Orosei. Cuisine and several recipes in Sardinia are covered.< Less
Central Italy: The Marches and Abruzzo By Enrico Massetti
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It is a matter of fact: Italy possesses the most remarkable artistic and cultural heritage in the world. And this is not all: its heritage is not just to be found in the great artistic cities, but is... More > diffuse, “spread” throughout national territory as in no other country. The proof? Le Marche. A region in which a rich and varied countryside (the Adriatic sea, with its flat and sandy coast interrupted at intervals by rugged, rocky precipices; the harmonious agricultural landscape of its gentle hills; the deep and mysterious caves; the protected areas of natural beauty) is enriched with towns, villages, palaces, and religious buildings, all of them of important architectural and artistic value. This guide covers the towns of Pesaro, Urbino, Gubbio, Perugia, Assisi, Spello, Foligno, Montefalco, Spoleto, Terni, Rieti, L'Aquila, Popoli, Rivisondoli, Roccaraso, Chieti, Pescara, Teramo, Ascoli Piceno, Macerata, Loreto and Ancona.< Less
Apulia By Enrico Massetti
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In Bari – Apulia’s capital city – they say: “If Paris was by the sea, it would be like a small Bari”. Presumption or arrogance? No, just pride (for which these people... More > are famous, apart from their strong sense of humour). The pride of living in a city that successfully blends art and deep historic roots with a very modern spirit of business enterprise. Traditionally the “land’s end” that bridged Italy with the worlds of Greece and the Middle East, Bari enjoyed its “golden age” during medieval times. This guide leads you in a fifteen days visit to Apulia, starting from Ortona a Mare and going through Vasto, Campobasso, Lucera, Foggia, Troia, Melfi, Potenza, Gravina, Matera, Taranto, Gallipoli, Otranto, Lecce, Brindisi, Alberobello with its trulli, Bari, Barletta, Trani, Castel del Monte, the Gargano peninsula, Termoli, to end up again in Ortona al Mare. It includes photos and descriptions of the attractions, as well as travel info. It includes info on food of Apulia.< Less
Sicily By Enrico Massetti
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Do you want to learn about Greece? So come to Sicily. It is a paradox, for sure, but only to a certain extent. The Greek cities of Sicily (Agrigento, Selinunte, Segesta, Syracuse, to mention the most... More > important) were among the most beautiful of the Hellenic world. Nowadays, to visit the Valley of Temples at Agrigento or to watch a summer performance in the great Greek Theatre of Syracuse is to plunge yourself into the remote Hellenic past. And this is also true in Sicily for many other historical eras and civilizations, from the Spanish to the French. This guide leads you in a week long drive in the Island of Sicily: starting with Messina, touching the Aeolian Islands, and then Taormina, Acireale, Catania, Syracuse, Caltagirone, Piazza Armerina with its Roman Villa, Agrigento with the Greek Temples, Porto Empedocle, Selinunte, to arrive in Palermo, with a visit to Solunto and Monreale. It includes a section on Sicilian food and 33 regional recipes.< Less
Portofino and the Riviera By Enrico Massetti
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“A little village stretching like an arch of the moon around a quiet basin. Never have I felt the way I did when I walked into that green indefiniteness, with such a sense of peace and... More > fulfilment”. From Vie Errante by Guy de Maupassant It was Pliny who first described this stunning natural area and named it ‘Portus Delphini’. This over time was corrupted to Portofino. Portofino is a typical fisherman village of the Ligurian Riviera which has become one of the most renowned tourist spots in all of Italy, best known in all the world for its tall colored houses situated in a semicircular formation around the small port and piazza. This is a guide to a visit to Portofino and tnearby Riviera del Levante, from Sestri Levante to Genoa, including Santa Margherita Ligure, Camogli, San Fruttuoso and the villages of the Cinque Terre, with the trails between them. There are extensive descriptions and photos of the attractions. It contains many reviews for the best recommended restaurants.< Less
The Amalfi Coast By Enrico Massetti
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The Amalfi Coast is without a doubt the most spectacular and beautiful coastline in Italy. Moorish style villages cling to the dramatic jagged cliffs, perched over the rippling waves below. The air... More > is scented with lemons and wild herbs, and of course the sea. The villages that string along the Amalfi Coast have cobblestoned streets lined with bougainvillea-covered villas, Arabic arches, and countless corners with million dollar views. The magic of the "Costa Amalfitana" is that while it is a magnet for jet-setters and home to a multitude of ultra luxury five star hotels, Michelin starred restaurants and yachts, what characterizes the region is its effortless Mediterranean simplicity. This guide leads you in a drive in the Amalfi Coast, starting from Salerno and touching Vietri sul Mare, Cetara, Erchie, Minori, Ravello, Amalfi, the Emerald Grotto, Furore, Positano to arrive in Sorrento. It includes photos and descriptions of the attractions of all the localities touched.< Less

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