The first Sicilian natural reserve, in terms of historical and naturalistic recognition, is located in San Vito lo Capo. One of Italy’s
Here is where I share my tips and secrets about Abruzzo (and beyond), Italy, so you can learn about what makes Abruzzo shine before you arrive on your next trip.
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I’m happy to show you the beautiful landscapes, culture, food and traditions of Abruzzo and my other favorite Italian regions such as Puglia, Sicily, Emilia Romagna and much more!
Ciao for now, Fabrizio.
Pescocostanzo, a village in the province of L’Aquila and part of the Maiella National Park and Italy’s most beautiful villages, with its
Bari is a fascinating city, with two faces: the elegant Muratti district and the hypnotic old Bari, lying on the Adriatic. In
Santo Stefano di Sessanio is a perfectly preserved fortified village located inside the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park. Click
We have always talked about Abruzzo as Italy’s best kept secret, but Le Marche region, located between the green Apennines and the
Puglia, Italy (also known as Apulia, its lesser common Latin name) is a beautiful region in the south of the country, specifically
Maiella National Park is one of Italy’s 24 national parks and one of three national parks in Abruzzo, established in 1991. The
Autumn is harvest season, and it is mandatory to highlight a typical Abruzzo product: Montepulciano d’Abruzzo. A red wine, certified for its
Trani, the pulsating center of Apulia, has always been a maritime and commercial reference point in and out of the region, and
The National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise, opened in 1922, originally Abruzzo National Park, is one of the oldest national parks