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Neapolitan espresso coffee as a UNESCO heritage

Neapolitan espresso coffee as a UNESCO heritage

This is the initiative of the Campania Region that will be presented on Monday 2 December, which recalls that, which later proved to be a winner, regarding the recognition of pizza as a UNESCO heritage and promoted by the Campania Region. “The Neapolitan...
Florence, Vasari Corridor will reopen to the public in 2021

Florence, Vasari Corridor will reopen to the public in 2021

From 2021 the Vasari Corridor, those 760 meters “suspended” that connect Palazzo Pitti to the Uffizi and then to Palazzo Vecchio will be open to the public. Every year 500,000 tourists will have the chance to visit what is considered the most beautiful...
“Gardaland 4all”, accessible Gardaland

“Gardaland 4all”, accessible Gardaland

The notorious amusement park in North Italy is making great steps forward the creation of an inclusive and accessible location for all. In 2016, the project “Gardaland 4all” had great success. The concern about this theme has been brought forward since 2016 and this...
Accessible tour in Lucca

Accessible tour in Lucca

Lucca, the renowned city located in Tuscany, has become now accessible for everybody. Why should one decide to visit Lucca? It is famous for its artistic and historical importance. The old town and the renowned city walls from the distant 1500 attract every year...
Accessible tour in Pompeii

Accessible tour in Pompeii

Pompeii, the notorious location about 15 km from the city of Naples, has finally become accessible for everybody. Pompeii is known worldwide for the tragedy of 79 D.C, which buried the city under tons of ashes, because of the great eruption of Vesuvius. The tragedy...
When to visit the Vatican Museums Free

When to visit the Vatican Museums Free

The Vatican Museums don’t need presentation, they collect one of the most important artistic heritage of our country, a huge collection shared over the centuries by the Popes. It is one of the places of art to visit absolutely on your trip to Rome and the...
Van Gogh, Monet, Degas: exhibition in Padua

Van Gogh, Monet, Degas: exhibition in Padua

In Padua, from October 26 2019 to March 1 2020, Zabarella Palace hosts, exclusively for Italy, over seventy masterpieces by Edgar Degas, Eugène Delacroix, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Vincent Van Gogh and others, which celebrate Paul and Rachel ‘Bunny...
Accessible tour in Verona

Accessible tour in Verona

Verona is the provincial capital of Veneto region. The city became rich and powerful with the Romans, who appreciated its natural strategic position, a gateway to northern Europe. The theater and the arena, which is the symbol of the city, gives the city its ancient...
Parma, the Italian Capital of Culture 2020

Parma, the Italian Capital of Culture 2020

In 2015, the Unesco recognition as “creative city of gastronomy”, soon – in 2020 – that of Italian Capital of Culture. Parma and its food valley are universally known for their ability to preserve an unrivaled gastronomic heritage, which gives...
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