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MILAN

MILAN

Milan is today one of the largest metropolitan cities in Italy and Europe and the main economic and financial center. It is an important cultural center, one of the world capitals of fashion and it contends with Verona the top of the international musical circuit thanks to the opera season of the Teatro alla Scala and its long opera tradition. The symbol of Milan is the Duomo, located in the square of the same name…. Read more »

VENICE

VENICE

“Venice! Is there a city more admired, more celebrated, more sung by poets, more desired by lovers, more visited and more illustrious? Venice! Is there a name in human languages ​​that has made us dream more than this? ” This is what Guy de Maupassant praised in describing the “Queen of the Adriatic”, the capital of the Serenissima Republic of Venice for more than a millennium and one of the four Maritime Republics. Its urban… Read more »

MANTOVA

MANTOVA

Located in the center of the Po Valley, Mantua, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008 together with nearby Sabbioneta, it is the symbolic city of the Italian Rebirth. It is surrounded by three lakes, the Lower Lake, the Middle Lake and the Upper Lake. In summer, hundreds and hundreds of lotus flowers bloom on the surface of the latter. The symbol of the city is Palazzo Ducale in Piazza Sordello, originally Piazza San Pietro,… Read more »

VERONA

VERONA

With more than two thousand years of history, Verona is one of the most important centers in the Veneto. The city is embraced by the Adige river, while in the north, the hills enhance its harmony and beauty. Piazza Brà (from the German “breit”, “largo”), one of the most majestic urban masterpieces of the city is the starting point for visits to discover the beautiful historic center. The square stands as a crossroads between different… Read more »