fine LANDS

FINE LANDS makes you discover all about italian cities and lands: Florence, Rome, Venice, Langhe, Dolomiti, Portofino.

Venice attractions

Venice has filled books, minds and hearts for centuries. Founded around 450 A.D. by populations escaping Attila’s invading barbarians on the mainland, Venice is built on... READ MORE

The beautiful Florence

Florence has always been a favorite destination for tourists from around the world. Telling the whole story of Florence is impossible: it would be enough just to recall... READ MORE

The Langhe

The Langhe is a geographic area with a perimeter of about 200 km, divided into three distinct ranges of hills running almost parallel, separated by four rivers.... READ MORE

Portofino: pearl of the world

Portofino is located in the Gulf of Tigullio in Liguria, the region that opens out to the sea through the wild green Ligurian Apennines in the northwest ltaly. It is part of a natural park and a protected marine area bordering... READ MORE


Legend has it that the Dolomites were once black, like the rest of the Alps. One day the prince of an ancient kingdom married the daughter of the moon... READ MORE

Rome, The Eternal City

For a thousand years, Rome was the capital of the Western world, and for two millennia it has been the capital of Christendom... READ MORE

Trento mountains Dolomites

Trentino-South Tyrolean mountains form one of the most varied and beautiful landscapes in the world. The region is divided into the two self-governing provinces of Trentino and South Tyrol. READ MORE

Italian Riviera

Italian Riviera (Liguria) is a narrow coastal strip which extends from the border with France to the eastern end of the Gulf of La Spezia... READ MORE

History of Venice: How was Venice built

History of Venice: How was venice built? That’s a question that usually pops up every time you set your eyes on such a strange and fascinating city.

Palio di Siena

Palio di Siena, or Siena Palio, is one of the most popular and ancient events to be held in the Tuscanian city of Siena. It is a horse race that occurs twice each year, on 2 July and 16 august. Palio di Siena has a long and interesting history, dating back to medieval times.

Visiting sights from Florence to Siena

Are you about to make a Florence to Siena Tour? Do you know how far the two cities are from each other? Here's a list of some important sources of information for your trips. For those who aim to make a Florence to Siena tour.

San Giminiano

San Gimignano is a walled medieval hill town in the province of Siena. It is worldwide renowned for its medieval architecture. Its hilltop setting and encircling walls give the town quite a peculiar and unforgettable skyline. San Gimignano is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.