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Charming Towns

Charming Towns / 14.01.2016

Poorly connected by public transport, out-of-the-way from the routes connecting the main towns of Emilia-Romagna, Comacchio is a little-known gem of northern Italy. The cities and towns crossed by canals are charming and picturesque, aren’t they? I’m not thinking of Venice’s uniqueness (don’t believe to characterizations like “the Venice of the north” or south or whatever,...

Charming Towns / 29.11.2015

Unlike many cities and towns in Italy, Cervia, as we see it today, is a rather recent settlement, dating back to the late 17th Century. Well-known as a beach resort of the Emilia-Romagna region for Summer holidays, Cervia actually has a lot of charm apart from its wide beaches. Cervia, the town of salt.  Originally the city...

Charming Towns / 23.10.2014

Most will know the name from the delicious cheese but Gruyères, where the cheese origins, is a charming medieval town of Switzerland. Gruyères, the typical Swiss village of our imagination Nestled in the Alps, surrounded by gentle mountains and overlooking the verdant valley, Gruyères is idyllic and epitomizes the typical Swiss village. Strolling along the main road, flanked by the...

Charming Towns / 03.08.2014

With its narrow alleys, stone arches, ancient facades, nice balconies and old lamps, the medieval town of Pals is one of the treasures of the Costa Brava. There's more than just beaches to the Costa Brava. Pretty medieval towns, the Dalì Museums, delicious food and a wonderful vibe Stretching from the French border towards Barcelona, the Costa Brava was...

Charming Towns / 15.11.2013

Little known even by Italians, Basilicata is one of Italy’s best regions for an offbeat journey between unspoilt landscapes, hilltop towns where time seems to have stopped and genuine people, proud of their longstanding traditions. [caption id="attachment_16437" align="alignleft" width="750"] Castelmezzano, pretty town of the Basilicata region[/caption] [pullquote]Isolated for long, Basilicata kept its authenticity[/pullquote] Forget the luxuriant hills of...