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10 best Italian places that you have to visit.....

you will certainly know all the Italian places most visited by tourists ... but there are some places that will certainly surprise you.

Siena - a jewel of history in the Tuscan hills - Il Curioso Errante

Over the centuries the city has lived the different historical events enriching itself with great works of art, monuments and palaces, making it today one of the masterpieces of Italian artistic expression, destination every day of thousands of tourists.

Tropea – Il Curioso Errante

On a terrace overlooking the sea, stands Tropea, a city of ancient origins, from whose houses you can admire the blue Tyrrhenian Sea and in the background in the distance the island of Stromboli. A city that fascinates anyone who visits it, getting lost in its numerous alleys surrounded by tall, unusual buildings ...

Comacchio - Between lagoon and canals - Il Curioso Errante

Between the mouth of the Po and the city of mosaics in Ravenna there is a small jewel, also called "Little Venice" for its many channels that separate the houses.

Gubbio - A dive into the Middle Ages - Il Curioso Errante

Gubbio today is a quiet town in the north of Umbria, a bit isolated from the roads of greater communication, but guardian of ancient traditions that date back to ancient times even before the ancient Romans. Anyone who will be walking the streets of this city will be immediately surrounded by a ...

Giardino di Ninfa - An oasis of greenery, water and nature - Il Curioso Errante

A few kilometers from Latina, near the slopes of Monti Lepini, there is a natural oasis built on what were the ruins of an ancient medieval village. Today this place is called Giardino di Ninfa, a magical place, where you can immerse yourself in the uncontaminated nature surrounded by the green of the sunrises ...

Bosa - The colorful village of Sardinia - Il Curioso Errante

Sardinia is a land of sea, with an evocative emerald and sapphire sea. But it is not the only suggestive and colorful thing you can find on the island, in fact, in the province of Oristano there is Bosa, an ancient village characteristic for its brightly colored houses. Moreover the village is crossed by a ...

Civita di Bagnoregio: la città che muore è improvvisamente rinata – Il Curioso Errante

Not far from the Valle del Tevere, in the last strips of Latium territory on the border with Umbria, is Civita di Bagnoregio. The particularity of this small town is the fact of being completely surrounded by ravines, with a small and narrow passage to access them only walkable on foot. There ...

The stones of Matera - Il Curioso Errante

Among the various cities of southern Italy, there is a center not widely known by all, but which hides exceptional treasures: the city of Matera. This often forgotten city is a real treasure not only of Basilicata, but of us all. Anyone who will visit this city will immediately understand the appearance u ...

Ravenna - the city of mosaics - Il Curioso Errante

A few kilometers from Rimini, a destination for summer holidays and entertainment for the majority of Italians, is the city of Ravenna. This city is a real treasure trove of artistic and monumental treasures, truly unique in their kind. Ravenna, even if not so publicized, is the perfect destination for t ...

Gallipoli - The pearl of the Ionian - The Curioso Errante

Gallipoli - La perla sullo Ionio Gallipoli, certamente una tappa da non perdere quando si visita il Salento, è una città splendida, tipica con quei suoi contorni che ispirano l'unione tra la terra ed il mare. La città vanta una storia antichissima e la sua posizione strategica nel mar Ionio ne ha sempre fat ...