What to see in Monteriggioni: the village of Assassin’s Creed

This medieval village is located in the province of Siena, is located at the south-western end of the Chianti region and is not far from the splendid state road, a lousy panoramic view that leads to the heart of the Val d’Orcia. […]

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Passo della Presolana

We have lunch sitting at a table in front of the splendid Valcanale setting, and after a plate of polenta taragna, salamella, and melted cheese we are ready to continue the journey towards the Presolana Pass at about 20 km from Ardesio. […]

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What to see in Volterra in 1 day (Part 2)

Volterra AD 1398 We park the car at P3, and the moment we enter the city walls, we realize we are not in Volterra on any Sunday. It looks like a journey through time. We meet noblewomen, knights, and musicians. We are […]

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How to reach the Cinque Terre from Lerici

How to get there and where to eat in one of the most visited areas of Italy We knew well that going to the Cinque Terre on Saturday and Sunday, the second week of July, would have been like this: crowded and […]

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Any advice to spend less on vacation

Every time we plan a trip, we find ourselves in the conditions of having to make choices. We often start our discussion, hoping to plan low-cost trips that will take us thousands of miles away, but obviously, this is not always the […]

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A day in the Val d’Orcia

The places where they filmed “The Gladiator.” The Val d’Orcia is a wide valley located in the province of Siena, in Tuscany. Recognized in 2004 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it offers breathtaking views, dreamy landscapes and many locations made famous […]

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Why visit Civita di Bagnoregio

Lately, we hear a lot about it, and many have visited it. There are videos and photos on social media and blogs in quantity, but nothing to do with the experience of really visiting it. Civita di Bagnoregio has been included in […]

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The Livorno coast between rocks, sea, and absurd heat

But it seemed excessive to us. After all, this post is just a summary of our relaxing afternoon. Yes, we took an afternoon break. We didn’t do it for a long time, between work, family, blogs, events, and other things in life. […]

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Roskilde and the Vikings

A breakfast of salmon and yogurt and ready for our trip out of town. At 10 am we are at the central station of Copenhagen, which on the map is called Kobenhavn, and we take the train to Roskilde. The journey is […]

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Food of the future: what will we eat in 2030?

So technology will help us safeguard resources. At the same time, resources are drastically decreasing, making us look for new solutions to survive. What will we eat in 2030? What will we find on our tables in 10-15 years? The Seeds and […]

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