Bella Italia


Milan in a day

There are many wonderful things to see in Milan. Here’s a quick look at the most relevant. Duomo Since 1386, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Nascente, founded by Gian Galeazzo Visconti, has represented the heart of Milanese spirituality, with over 4 million visitors a year. From an architectural point of view, the Cathedral represents a …

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La Scala

The Teatro alla Scala was built on the ashes of the Ducal Theater in 1776 by the will of the Empress Maria Theresa of Austria, and owes its name to the place on which it was built, the site of the church of Santa Maria alla Scala. Inaugurated in 1778, on Boxing Day night, on …

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Boboli Gardens

The Boboli Gardens, the famous and wonderful historic Florentine park that extends behind Palazzo Pitti, represent one of the world’s greatest examples of Italian gardens. The original nucleus of the Boboli Gardens dates back to 1418 when Luca Pitti bought some lands in the Oltrarno area from the Borgolo family with the intention of building …

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The Chianti Region

The Chianti region is the hilly area between Florence and Siena, between Arezzo and the Pisan Hills that has always been considered the ‘heart of Tuscany’; it is a succession of splendid landscapes marked by dense vineyards, chestnut, oak woods, suggestive medieval villages, romantic castles and charming farmhouses. It is also the land where one …

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Siena in a day

  Tuscany is a wonderful region, full of art cities and unique villages. In this region you can find much more than just Florence and Pisa. Tourists from all over the world come to visit Tuscany to admire its artistic masterpieces and its rolling green hills, leaving their hearts behind. Siena is among the best …

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