FINE WALKS is the perfect guide to the most beautiful walks in Italy: Florence, Rome, Venice, Langhe, Dolomiti, Portofino.
It’s a ring of fifteen kilometers that can be walked in 4 hours, but can stretch out for the whole day, including large vineyards, picturesque landscapes and ancient villages... READ MORE
After five hundred years of urban transformation in Venice, it’s only the bell towers, which have remained almost intact, that break the low skyline and quietly mark a time that passes but doesn’t disappear... READ MORE
The first time I went to Florence, on the last day of my stay, the Florentine "Doc" to whom I entrusted my considerable morning appetite, asked me if I knew the most typical dish of Florence: I guessed some of the most popular dishes, but I couldn’t get it... READ MORE
This hike, with its suggestive name, is definitely one of pure concentrated adrenaline and breathtaking scenery surrounded by a landscape rich in historical references.... READ MORE
Arriving from the sea, Portofino appears as a small and ancient village, unchanged over the years; the first image we see is a group of tall, narrow, multi-coloured houses arranged along the bay, surrounded by lush vegetation of the Park of Portofino... READ MORE
For those who already know Rome, and would like to have some ideas for visits and still exciting walks to follow, here are some interesting, and sometimes unsettling, corners that are worth discovering... READ MORE
How can someone possibly write anything complete or satisfying about Venice? The myth of the floating town, the City of Water, of Masks, of Canals, of Bridges READ MORE
There are many top things to do in Rome, if you’re a traveler or a tourist or a simple citizen hanging out around the town, for Rome is one of the most popular metropolitan areas in the world.
There are plenty of things to do in Florence. It is the capital city of Tuscany, and one of the most impressive examples of our Country's history.
The Cinque Terre is part of the coast of Italian Riviera. It lies on the eastern side of the Riviera, near the city of La Spezia, and comprises five villages.
What are the most common things to do in Siena? Are you looking for a holiday there? Do you want to know what are the main attractions and events held in Tuscany's well-renowned city? Then, do not miss this article. Here there are the principal things to do in Siena.
Chianti wine walking is among the top choices you can have the opportunity to make when visiting Tuscany. For Chianti area is well renowned worldwide for its wine, which is one of the most delicious types of wine of Italian cuisine. Chianti wine walking can be a long trip, so you need to plan it accordingly.