Those who follow me on this blog since it was still called SomeTravelAgo.com or those who joined my virtual family on Instagram already know what my favorite city in Italy is: Matera. Today, however, we discover among the most beautiful villages in Italy, those that are located in Basilicata.
We are in a wonderful city with a thousand-year history: it is counted among the largest metropolises of the classical age, was home of the mathematician Archimedes and a fortress in Spanish times… so it shouldn’t be a surprise that it’s part of the protected UNESCO heritage. Let’s discover 5 things to see in Syracuse!
Se in questa strana vita post-lockdown avete una giornata libera e volete scoprire un prezioso scrigno ricco di tesori e sorprese, prenotate un treno e date un’occhiata a questo articolo su cosa vedere a Padova!
It will be a different article. I won’t tell you about a destination, but I’ll tell you an experience.
I will take you to Florence and the nearby Chianti hills for an amazing italian wine tasting.
Sleeping in a vintage-style wooden bungalow in the branches of a tree, a stone’s throw from Florence?
You can. Casa Barthel, just 20 minutes by car from the center of the beautiful Florence, rises among the Tuscan hills and blends perfectly with the surrounding nature.
There’s a small town in Italy, a gem between Verona and Venice, rich in history, legends and small magical corners. Visit Italy with us!