The Villas of Tivoli


A few miles from Rome, on the slopes of the Tiburtini mountains, along the banks of the Aniene river, rises the enchanting city of Tivoli. An incredible combination of naturalistic landscapes, impressive architectural works, historical heritage and gastronomic tradition. Tivoli is famous worldwide for its villas. Villa d’Este and Villa Adriana (both UNESCO Heritage) and Read More

Pompeii, an endless discovery


Pompeii is a place of continuous discoveries, which never ceases to offer surprises. Last year the excavations in the archaeological area brought to light new environments, frescoes, objects and jewels that make real the history of Pompeii in all its refined beauty. The area exposing the greatest treasures is the one known as Regio V. Read More

UNESCO sites Trulli, Assisi and Pisa worth a visit


UNESCO United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Three UNESCO sites to visit: Trulli of Alberobello Assisi, the Basilica of San Francesco Piazza Del Duomo UNESCO convention was established in 1972.  Most noteworthy, Italy has the most World Heritage sites with a total of 53.  Also, Italy shares five sites with other countries. Four of their Read More

San Gemini Italy known for its mineral water spring


Recently I had the privilege to go on a tour with travel professionals and journalists to Umbria Region in Italy.  Umbria, know as green heart of Italy. One visit was San Gemini a cute little village, province of Terni, with about 4500 inhabitants. San Gemini is known for its mineral water spring and well-known for its Read More

12 Fun Facts about Italy


Every country has a lot of  mysteries which have been always a point of attraction for many people.  However, when it comes to  Italy, one may find numerous facts about Italy which  are informative as well as fun filled for the people who are interested in knowing them. These facts are associated with the country Read More