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Residence Borgo San Carlo Santa Luce

Along the western mid-coastal region, located in a small valley among the green Pisan hills and from where you can see the Tyrrhenian Sea on the horizon, you can find ...

Pisa - Tuscany

Locanda Sant' Agata San Giuliano Terme

 The Sant'Agata Inn is family run, and was restored, modernized, however, taking care to leave intact its origins. The house and 'natural surroundings typical Tuscany, near San Giuliano Terme, which ...

Pisa - Tuscany

Casa Rosa Firenze

 The hill of Bellosguardo, just outside Florence, has preserved its nature and architecture since the times of Dante and the Medicis.Even today, ancient villas with parks and gardens immortalized in ...

Florence - Tuscany

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The harbor of Pozzuoli
Napoli - Pozzuoli

 Founded by Sami at 'era of the Roman colonization, the city of Pozzuoli changed the name of the Hellenic Dicearchia in the Latin of Puteoli. The Romans subdued Pozzuoli, together with the city of Capua, Hannibal the war was a turning point, even if all attempts at conquest by Hannibal ...
The necropolis of Aquileia
Udine - Aquileia

 Like a few other cities, Aquileia was able to rise from the ashes several times until the Middle Ages and remain a city of the first order. Aquileia was true commercial metropolis, rich economically, culturally and place of religion for several centuries, although the injustices of history to fall back ...
The necropolis of Pantalica
Siracusa - Sortino

 The Necropolis of Pantalica and Anapo Valley are now places of enchantment, custodians of important evidence of the past. The five thousand sepulchral cells on the rock walls form an immense hive of charm in the world. The enormous black hole, shaped like a pyramid, near the North Necropolis, is ...
The Valley of the Temples in Agrigento
Agrigento - Agrigento

 The Valley of the Temples is the best known and praised in Agrigento and the monuments that are left are the remains of the 'ancient city of Akragas, founded in the sixth century BC by colonists from Gela and became, in less than a century, a glow unique in the ...
Roma - Roma

Ostia comes from ostium, meaning "mouth of the river." The history of Livy tells us that the fourth king of Rome founded Ostia, on the 'estuary of the Tiber, on which stood the salt, after having finally defeated the Latin communities, and in this way, the king took possession of' ...
Napoli - Pompei

 On 24 August '79 AD, at 13, when Vesuvius erupted in a high black column twenty kilometers, the city did not get even a drop of lava, but the wind carried clouds of hot gas, then it began to rain from the sky everything: rocks, ash, lapilli, and the gray ...
Viterbo - Tarquinia

 The excavations of the urban area of Tarquinia began only in 1982, the work of the 'University of Milan. Known areas of the city 'village and especially the rich necropolis. They are visible evidence that lead us to understand the lifestyle of 'era, customs and rituals of the Etruscans, who ...
Viterbo - Viterbo

 Vulci was discovered in 1857 by the Florentine Alessandro Francois, who is a pioneer of Italian. He effected numerous excavations in many places of the 'central-southern Italy and especially in Etruria. Of 'old town of Vulci are, besides the walls, perhaps the fourth century BC, the remains of a temple, ...
Roma - Roma

 The 'ancient Veii stood a few miles northwest of Rome, on a long plateau tuff. The city area was almost completely protected by overhangs of two valleys, which made it virtually impregnable. The highest point was the acropolis. With the strengthening of Rome, Veii felt the need to protect themselves ...
The remains of Herculaneum in Italy
Napoli - Ercolano

 In 79 AD, the terrible eruption of Vesuvius, which struck the city of Pompeii, involved in a dramatic way other cities in the area, including Herculaneum. However, the eruption of lava that had flooded initially spared Herculaneum Pompeii and Stabiae, which was bathed in days instead of a river of ...
Farm holiday
Il Cantico della Natura Magione

The Agricultural firm and Farmhouse , "Il cantico della natura", is situated on the green umbre hills with a splendid view on the Lake Trasimeno, 450 ms. above sea level, ...

Perugia - Umbria
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Montileo Monterotondo Marittimo

The Farm Agriturismo Montileo practice organic farming and is located on a hill at 200 meters behind the Gulf of Follonica. The farmhouse in typical Tuscan style of the beginning ...

Grosseto - Tuscany
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