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Venice

Venice

In Roman times, Venice was the name of the North-Eastern region of Italy. After the decline of the Longobards (568), however, it came to denote some of the small urban centres that had formed on the islands of the lagoon between the Adige and Piave rivers. The...
Bologna

Bologna

Bologna, the capital of Emilia-Romagna, is the seventh Italian municipality for population, with almost 400,000 inhabitants. A famous popular saying defines it: “La turrita, la dotta e la grassa” (the turreted, the learned and the fat), with a clear...
Barcelona

Barcelona

Barcelona is one of those cities you don’t only visit but live, even if you don’t want to, it engages you and shows you its own soul. It’s hard to explain with words, but those who have already had the opportunity to visit the Catalan city know how Barcelona opens up...
Amsterdam

Amsterdam

When you decide to visit a city like Amsterdam, you decide to immerge yourself in a reality defined by an open minded society, and not only, that attracts all sorts of people, from every part of the world. Walking the streets of Amsterdam you can breathe in air of...
Berlin

Berlin

Berlin is located in the heart of the Brandenburg region in the northeast of the German state, just over 100 km from Poland. Perfect synthesis of the two typical souls of modern Germany, tradition and avant-garde, Berlin is considered one of the most vibrant...
Como

Como

The city of Como lies near the Italian border with Switzerland and stretches along the Western arm of the homonymous lake (one of the most important in the Italian peninsular), a popular international tourist destination due to its remarkable natural scenery. Modelled...
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