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Kategorie – Italy

Italy, a magical country in southern Europe, is a real treasure for travelers who appreciate art, culture and culinary delights.

The capital Rome inspires with the Colosseum, the Vatican and charming squares such as Piazza Navona.

The Italian countryside offers spectacular beauty, from the Tuscan vineyards to the Amalfi Coast.

Historic cities such as Florence, Venice and Milan are rich in art and history.

Italian cuisine is world-famous and spoils you with pizza, pasta, gelato and delicious wines.

The hospitality of the Italians is legendary, and you will enjoy the warm atmosphere of this country.

Italy is a land of art and pleasure, a place where past and present merge in a harmonious way. It is a destination for culture enthusiasts and foodies alike.

Florence – the city of a thousand sights

Florence, the capital of Tuscany, is one of the most beautiful and culturally rich cities in Italy. With its stunning architecture, world-famous artwork, and a history that dates back to Roman times, Florence is an essential destination for anyone visiting Italy. The history of Florence Florence was founded by the Romans in 59 BC and developed into one of the most...

Puglia – a jewel steeped in history under the Italian sun

Puglia is a region in southeastern Italy that is home to both the heel and spurs of the Italian boot. Here, visitors can expect a diverse landscape of rolling hills, picturesque plains and rocky coasts as well as beautiful sandy beaches with deep blue water. Those interested in culture can explore the eventful history of Puglia on a stroll through medieval old towns...

Abruzzo – the insider tip on the Adriatic coast

Abruzzo is a region in Italy with rolling hills, imposing mountains, picturesque villages and seemingly endless dream beaches. Located east of Rome on the Adriatic Sea and the Apennines, Abruzzo is characterized by its special landscape. Until now, the province is considered an insider tip and is still spared from mass tourism. Here you can enjoy a dream holiday on...

Padua liegt in der Region Venetien

Discover the enchanting charm of Padua

In the heart of northern Italy lies a historic and charming city – Padua. Often dwarfed by its more famous neighbors, this hidden gem invites travelers to explore its cobblestone streets and uncover its secrets. Imagine strolling through medieval piazzas adorned with elegant frescoes, enjoying the flavors of traditional Italian cuisine pouring out of family-run...

Veneto – Much loved and fiercely contested

In Veneto, art, crafts, architecture, history and wine merge into a single entity. Whether it’s the world-famous Murano glass, remarkable goldsmithing or the masterful Prosecco, Veneto is often home to the masters of their craft. Veneto has always been important for trade. The city of Venice in particular played a prominent role in this. Influences from the...

Liguria – Italy’s beautiful crescent in the north

Compared to many other areas of Italy, Liguria should only mean something to those who actually call themselves connoisseurs of the country. It has neither the fame of Tuscany, nor the economic importance of Lombardy , nor does it have any major cities such as Rome or Naples. Nevertheless, Liguria is probably one of the most beautiful corners of the entire country...

Umbria – mystical land between mountains and hills

Umbria is one of four regions of Italy that do not border the sea – perhaps that’s why it was left behind for a long time, on the way south, towards Rimini, Capri or Rome. Admittedly, this stretch of land in northern Italy is no longer a real insider tip, but many areas there are nowhere near as crowded and overused for tourism as elsewhere in Bella Italia...

Lake Garda – gateway to the land where the lemons bloom

In the north of Italy, where the foothills of the Alps merge into the Po Valley near Verona, lies a dream destination for many Europeans, the blue Lake Garda. The largest Italian lake stretches for almost 70 kilometers from Riva del Garda in the north to Sirmione in the south. The lake is lined in the west and east by mountains up to 2300 meters high, which slowly...

Piedmont – At the foot of the Alps

Piedmont is the northwesternmost region of Italy, which separates Switzerland and France . The fact that it is still treated a little stepmotherly today is due to the fact that the former Savoy was its own empire of great importance in European history. When Italy was united under one flag, it was the kings from here who took control of the country. Today, Piedmont...

Calabria – great beaches and crystal clear Mediterranean Sea

If you really think of Italy as the proverbial boot on the map, the Calabria region is the tip of the boot. It is the southernmost part of the country and has its own culture and way of life, which is particularly different from that of the people in the north of the country. Located right on the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Calabria not only has an eventful...