Here are some destinations not to be missed!
Are you hesitating between Greece and Croatia for your summer vacation? Between a weekend in Barcelona or Rome? Visiting all the destinations that make you dream in a single trip is possible by opting for a cruise in the...
After being painted again, the emblematic structure reappeared in the morning of April 6th. Among the most photographed in the city, the sign #ILoveNice is ready to be the protagonist of the summer season
An enchanting itinerary suitable for everyone
Advices and recommendation of an Italian man living in London
New information signs, a map with details written in three different languages and virtual guided tours.
In Piedmont, in addition to the extensive spa selection, there is a strong tradition of hospitality and a great gastronomic and cultural offer.
The Hanbury Gardens, located in Ventimiglia's Mortola district, also offer paths for people with reduced mobility and sensory disabilities
Near Cannes but away from its hecticness
The Province of Asti lies at the heart of Piedmont and borders Liguria in the south. This mostly hilly territory stretches across Monferrato and a small area of the Langhe and the Langa Astigiana, and is traversed by the Tanaro...
Discover the "City of flowers" thanks to several videos
In province of Cuneo
Lets discover the capital of Liguria with these videos
In times of confinement due to Covid 19, here some videos strolling in Nice's picturesque old town.
Art and culture enter the houses, the museums are closed to the public, but the culture doesn't stop.
Archaeologist, anthropologist and explorer, Heyerdahl is known to most for his fearless undertaking, accomplished in 1947: the journey of 4,300 miles from the shores of South America to the Tuamotu Islands on a raft!
Cocteau will write: "you shouldn't dress the walls, you have to draw on their skin, that's why I treated the frescoes linearly with the few colors that enhance tattoos. Santo Sospir is a tattooed villa ”.
Frida Kahlo in Turin in 2020: the exhibition event for the first time in Europe [Video & photo gallery]
An unmissable exhibition at the Stupinigi hunting lodge with photos by Nickolas Muray.
The presence of various minerals, has meant that these cavities can be counted among the most colorful tourist caves in Italy.
Seborga, the Templar monks agritourism returns to cultivate black strawberries: ancient fruit revered by the Celts
The Celts, despite their profound culture and respect for nature, hardly ever wrote anything, but transmitted traditions and customs orally.
More known for his cubist paintings, Fernand Léger also produced simple drawings and portraits drawn in ink or pencil. The Biotois museum opens the notebooks of these unknown masterpieces until March 2.
Marcello is Marcello and that's it ... He has created thousands of works, each of which has its own history linked to the great love for his land; love that prompted him to transform the bed of a stream into a living museum of...
A journey from the sea to the mountains filled with Ligurian flavors, adventure, and history.
The structure should open next February: it will cross bridges, nets, rope passages, slides until it reaches a tyrolienne (zip-line) with a free fall of 8 meters height.
An ancient legend tells, in fact, that a few centuries before the year 1000, Adelasia, daughter of Otto I of Saxony, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, loved Aleramo a young court butler and that the emperor was not happy with...
Turin: “Konrad Mägi. The Northern Light ": the great exhibition of the Estonian Van Gogh [Photo gallery]
Scheduled from 30 November 2019 to 8 March 2020, the exhibition in the Chiablese Hall of the Royal Museums of Turin is dedicated to Konrad Mägi (1878 - 1925), the artist with an extraordinary expressive force made above all of...
The Brigasca region definitely knows no boundaries, no flag, no other artificial or man-made divisions, or the fate of international politics, but, in the end, it follows its own instincts and transnational dimension.
Genoa: The second principle of Bansky, artworks of an artist in the Palazzo Ducale [Video & photo gallery]
War, capitalism and freedom are current issues addressed by this exhibition, by using the artworks of the internationally famous street artist named Bansky.
Mentioned several times by the architect Charles Garnier, the painter Claude Monet and many other visitors to the city, was very large and rich in botanical variety.
The Grand Palais Excelsior will host for three months the exhibition, a review of the most famous works by the American artist dating back to the '60s,' 70s and ' 80, which can be admired from 7 December to 15 March 2020.
From the gentle and the open slopes, to the most adrenaline-fueled slopes, the Cuneo Alps await you this winter for a holiday of pure fun.
Many cities and villages celebrate the tradition of Befana – the old lady riding a broomstick on Epiphany's Eve bringing gifts or coal to children – and that of Epiphany, or Three Kings' Day.
Christmas Promenade Monte-Carlo Shopping: where the magic of Christmas offers unique ideas for gifts [Video gallery]
This year too, appointment with the Chalets Christmas Promenade Monte-Carlo Shopping, to immerse yourself joyfully in the spirit of the Christmas holidays.
Sanremo ha guadagnato popolarità grazie al celebre ed omonimo festival della canzone italiana, ma la bella città della riviera del ponente ligure, ha sempre dato sfoggio della ricchezza botanica che la contraddistingue. Sono...
Small treasure of the Italian artistic heritage and witness of the Ligurian ability of religious art.
The magical Nativity of Emanuele Luzzati is now part of the Christmas traditions of the Piedmontese capital.
Lovers of nature and outdoor sports find their paradise in Liguria: don't forget everything you need to take an active holiday in a region that is an open-air gym.
Through a series of works rarely shown, the exhibition explores the relationship between Marc Chagall and ancient Greek literature. Concerts in addition to the exhibition.
For the centennial of the birth of Primo Levi, GAM Turin, in collaboration with the International Primo Levi Studies Center, showcases for the first time in Italy, at the Wunderkammer, an important selection of works in copper...
Between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries, the high level reached by the Cervese navy allowed the inhabitants to specialize in a technically very difficult but also very profitable activity: the fishing of red coral .