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Destinations

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Inspirational Destinations

Destinazioni ispiratrici

Italy has a total of 53 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Travelers and photographers can explore scenery that merges the beauty of the natural landscape, with artistic heritage and millenary work of man; the culture of Medieval villages, historical hill-towns, castles and country churches and beautiful abbeys.

Soak in the phenomenal beauty of Val D’Orcia or Chianti regions in the rolling hills of Tuscany, not to forget the food and of course some of Italy’s finest vintages that are produced between Florence and Siena. Visit beautiful coastal villages of Liguaria – also known as the Gulf of Poets and take in the beautiful sunset views of the Village of Vernazza – part of the Cinque Terre, with its scenic small coastal towns built among the steep rugged terrain.

The official UNESCO World Heritage Site named “Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont: Langhe-Roero and Monferrato” comprises “five distinct wine-growing areas with outstanding landscapes” plus the Castle of Grinzane Cavour in the region, extend over hilly areas of Langhe and Montferrato. One of the most important wine producing zones in Italy with a long history going back to at least the 5th century BC. A result of the combined work of man and nature, the site located in the center of Piedmont region (North West of Italy) is inscribed as a “cultural landscape”. The Dolomites mountain range in the Northern Italian Alps with 18 peaks above 3,000 (9,800) and some of the world’s most beautiful mountain scenery including sheer rocky cliffs, vertical walls, long and narrow valleys…

An Italian journey

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