Vicenza. The view of Ponte San Paolo from Ponte San Michele.
The Guardian Travel few weeks ago chose this picture for their Instagram Page https://instagram.com/guardiantravelsnaps/ Our picture, with other 2 pics, were chosen because rapresentative of the Italian love for cars and motorcycles. Let’s read what they have written about our photo: “Italians do love their wheels – and manage to imbue them with a certain […]
Eating out in Verona. If you are looking for a romantic spot, Verona is your place. Verona is one of the most beautiful cities of Italy. No wonder that Shakespear set here Romeo and Juliet Romans ruins, medieval places. narrow streets, elegant churches within one city. The dining scene in Verona is vibrant as the […]
The Temple of Canova, Possagno, Italy. Possagno is the birthplace of Antonio Canova, one of the most famous European sculptors. A proof of his importance and the stateliness of his operas is the ‘the Canova Temple’, a church that Canova designed. If you have already been in Rome you can see many similarities to the […]
Nanto: Valletta dei Poeti On internet you’ll find really few information about this wonderful place. Nanto is famous for its stone caves since the Roman Empire. The architecture of the Roman Vicenza is largely the work of the stonecutters and quarrymen of Nanto. The moment of glory came in the epic Venetian Renaissance , when […]
…Asiago is not only a really good cheese… Asiago is more: it is a city and the largest plateau of Italy. Asiago is about history, nature, people, memories.
Vespa, preti e suore – priests, nuns and vespa- Yes we are in Italy – Veneto – Padua