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  • 1 Venice's most beautiful churches

    Pedestrian, Other, 10 km, 1 day

    Byzantine style (St Marks Basilica), flowery Gothic (Basilica di San Giovanni e Paolo), Renaissance (San Rocco) and Baroque (Santa Maria della Salute, a masterpiece by Baldassarre Longhena), the Venetian churches unfold all of the magnificent history..

  • 2 Along The Grand Canal

    Pedestrian, Other, 8 km, 1 day

    The main artery and backbone of Venice, the Grand Canal weaves a reverse S shape along 3.8 km. Traveling its course by boat offers the best views of the palaces and churches built specifically shimmer in the water. This walk, that allows for breaks t..

  • 3 Salute (Dorsoduro)

    Pedestrian, 6 km, 1 day

    The Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute, located in the relatively peaceful district of Dorsoduro, remains one of the main attractions of Venice. At the end of the peninsula, Douane de mer is experiencing a second life thanks to an exhibition of wor..

  • 4 Venice...The Islands!

    Pedestrian, Other, 3 days

    To escape the hustle and bustle of the crowds, nothing can beat a vaporetto trip to discover the lagoon and its radically differing islands and islets... Radically opposing atmospheres await, the serenity of the cemetery at San Michele and the cheerf..

  • Famous the world over, the area in and around Piazza San Marco is a concentration of mythical and compelling Venetian monuments that are just impossible to ignore. Get there early, to avoid the crowds!

  • 6 Campania around Naples

    By car, 380 km, 3 days

    If you’re looking to leave the supercharged atmosphere of Naples to enjoy the deep tranquility of Campania, inland as well as by the sea, then follow our advice ... A tour of dreams!

  • 7 Postcard From Rome

    Pedestrian, 10 km, 3 days

    A walk in the most popular and charming places of the "Eternal City" that allows you to discover the attractions of Rome.

  • 8 Siena, the jewel of Tuscany

    Pedestrian, 5 km, 1 day

    Immersed and completely preserved in the Tuscan countryside, proud and aware of her beauty, Siena is a separate city, which shouldn’t be visited as a museum but as a living city.

  • Mort Shuman may have sung about "the snow on Lake Maggiore", but the exceptionally mild climate here has made this a favourite holiday destination. The Strada Statale 34 road skirting the west bank of the lake and its resorts full of luxuri..

  • 10 Rome...between heaven and earth

    Pedestrian, Public Transport, 14 km, 4 days

    The spoil of riches that is Rome means that it can take at least a week to get all the way around! This walking tour will allow you to access the essence of the Eternal City in just a couple of days...

  • 11 Around the Ghetto (Cannaregio)

    Pedestrian, 4 km, 1 day

    The first Jewish quarter in the history of the West, the Ghetto of Venice - originally its proper name before becoming a common name synonymous with mourning - is a piece of hidden Cannaregio. Although its atmosphere is quite similar to that of the S..

  • Who was Leonard da Vinci really? Behind the famous creator of the Mona Lisa lies a character of many talents who was an architect, botanist and sometime anatomist. Following in the footsteps of the early protagonists of the Italian Renaissance, this ..

  • 13 A Sicilian Hike up Etna

    By car, 155 km, 1 day

    Who has never dreamt of climbing Etna, the fascinating volcano that overlooks the Ionian Sea to the East from atop its 3,345 metres? The famous philosopher Empedocles is said to have been one of the first to attempt it. The age-old Sicilian giant, a ..

  • ''The opulence and splendour of the city are such that the inhabitants of Akragas build temples and houses as if they were immortal, and eat as if they were going to die tomorrow.'' These words from the philosopher Empedocles, a native, evoke the pas..

  • Lombardy and Piedmont share the southern part of Lake Maggiore, considered the most beautiful stretch of water in the region. Learn about the famous Borromeo family whose symbol - three intertwined rings - continues to fascinate geometry buffs. The p..

  • 16 Como and its surroundings

    By car, 5 km, 1 day

    You will find few landscapes of such harmonious beauty. Here it attains truly sublime heights, and you will need several days to get used to it. Stendhal's words may come to mind: "The world has nothing more ravishing to offer. What need to go a..

  • Separated from Lake Maggiore by Mount Mottarone, which overlooks it to the north-east, Lake Orta is one of the smallest in the region, but one of the most charming, too, with its wooded slopes and tiny San Giulio island. An ideal site for relaxation,..

  • 18 Dolomites

    By car, 77 km, 1 day

    The Dolomites, a heavily eroded limestone massif, lie in the Trentino-Alto-Adige region and extend into Venezia. This one-day itinerary takes you through the heart of the region, starting with the capital, Cortina d'Ampezzo, one of Italy's most elega..

  • 19 Gargano Peninsula

    By car, 87 km, 1 day

    The Gargano Peninsula is one of Italy's most attractive natural areas! Its blue skies, deep forests and jagged coastline are a paradise for nature lovers, although most of its beaches belong to hotels or camping sites and are not very accessible. Umb..

  • 20 Island of Ischia

    By car, 15 km, 1 day

    Ischia is undoubtedly less world-famous than its neighbour, Capri... This is unfortunate because the island, famous for its vegetation, landscapes, light and thermal waters, is full of charm, which is enhanced by fewer crowds and is overlooked by its..

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