Num. 1 Jan 2018
Top 10 unknown places to visit in Italy
In Italy there is an enormous patrimony of villages and woods, churches and art places. We selected 10 of the best unknown places to visit in Italy.
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Num. 2 Jan 2018
AROUND ITALIAN CASTLES...
Nestled on majestic mountains, immersed in fabulous landscapes or lapped by the waters..The Italian castles, so different one to each other, tell us histories so far from us, on the borderline between realty and legend.
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Num. 3 Feb 2018
TOP 10 FREE ITALIAN NATURAL SPAS
Close your eyes and imagine pools of thermal water that spring naturally from the ground. And, imagine to be immersed in this water as much as you like almost free of charge. We choose 10 of the best free spas of Italy. Prepare your backpack, the relax is waiting you!
Num. 4 Feb 2018
...ONE DAY IN SIENA!
Siena is one of the most loved and visited city in Tuscany, a place rich of history and art but also of strong traditions, principally linked to the quarters and to the famous Palio di Siena. But, what can you see in Siena in less than 24 hours?
Num. 5 March 2018
PUGLIA DOES IT BETTER!
Among the beauties of Puglia it is difficult to establish the best ones to be seen. The Chamber tries to identify the best places to visit which fix the tastes of every kind of tourist.
DECEMBER ENIT 1
From Dolomites to Sicily, Enit presents the best and more particular Christmas Trees in Italy, made with blown glass, used recycling and magic lights. Let’s have a tour of how the Italian cities have colored themselves for the Christmas time!
NOVEMBER ENIT 2
Travel to Dolomites and immerse yourself in this magnificent work of nature, you will understand why it is classified as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. The whole area is begging to be seen, but as time is usually a constraining factor when on holiday, so let’s have a look of the 12 enchanting towns that you shouldn’t miss in this side of Italy. Discover the beautiful Italian alpine villages!
NOVEMBER ENIT 1
Valle D’ Aosta is the smallest of the Italian regions: it’s mainly composed by mountains and
characterized by wide valleys, where you can find the main population centers. This Region offers landscape of a disarming beauty, bringing to visitors areas of unspoiled nature, that you can’t find nowhere in Italy. Have a look of the best 10 destinations!
Want to visit Italy? Here are some common mistakes and misconceptions tourists have about travelling in Italy. Take notes!
SEPTEMBER ENIT 2
Perugia, capital of the Region Umbria, is worth visiting not only for the beauty of its hilltop setting, but also for its fine old buildings. Before it came under Roman rule, ancient Perusia was one of the twelve cities of the Etruscan federation and considerable sections of the Etruscan walls, which extended for 2800 meters around the town, have been preserved. Perugia is know to the art world as the center of the Umbrian school of painting in the 15th and 16th Century: the famous artists Perugino and Pinturicchio both worked here and also the young Raphel worked here until 1504.
SEPTEMBER ENIT 1
You want to visit Milan? Impeccable choice. Though it has traditionally been considered the“boring business capital” of Italy, travelers are finally realizing what the Milanese have know all long- Lombardy’s capital is one of the most nuanced and happening cities in Italy. From incredible art to mouth watering cuisine, buzzling nightlife and, ofcourse, the best-dressed folk in Italy, this is a city like no other. But if you want to go, you need to know where to stay in Milan:in each zone there are different neighborhoods offering different atmospheres and price points. Read out to find the perfect area for you, no matter what style of traveler you are.
AUGUST ENIT 2
This time we would like to talk a little about the most amazing places to see near Venice. You should already know that Padova and Treviso, which are only 30 minutes train from Venice are definitely a must see, so we’ll focus just on small towns. Let’s start our trip, but…remind to pass few days also in the most beautiful world in the city, Venice!
AUGUST ENIT 1
Give an answer to the question: “What to see in Garda Lake? ” It is not easy because we talk about a very extensive territory , about 165 km of cost with more than 30 towns situated on its rivers. We try by creating a 7 days tour, dedicated to all people that would like to know this amazing place… let’s start our trip from the south of the Garda Lake, exactly in Sirmione...
JULY ENIT 2
Surrounded by water on all sides, Italy has a unique coastline with nooks and crannies that create quiet swimming coves and picturesque seascapes. Italy’s beaches are most crowded during July and August when Italians join throngs of foreign tourists to escape the heat. Whether you’re searching for an upscale resort or a secluded seaside village, there’s a lounge chair on the sea just waiting for you.
JULY ENIT 1
If you are tired of the heat wave of summer and the usual beach holiday, you can try Italy’s beautiful mountains. The right place where you will find fresh weather, relaxing walking, majestic landscapes and delicious food. Italy mountains are at their best in summer and they offer an occasion to appreciate the real contact with nature and open-air activities.
JUNE ENIT 2
Rome is a fascinating city, in which the frenzy and the tourists’ chaos serve as background at the majesty of the monuments, of the palaces and of the churches; a city never abandoned by the Dolce Vita clime. This month, Enit proposes you a different way to visit Rome, a new and original tour of the historic center on the tracks of the Dan Brown’s bestseller Angels & Demons.
JUNE ENIT 1
Let’s have a look of this selection of main Italian routes along the ancient roads of transhumance, or along the religious walks, the historic walks and the most beautiful itineraries, which are the best choice for those who enjoy travelling on foot through Italy.
MAY ENIT 2
Italy is world-known for the rejuvenating effects of its thermal SPA. Beauty treatments, massages, leisure activities and world-class menus are usually included in the Italian SPA experience. The popularity of Italian Spa Towns and natural hot springs (terme) is one the rise. Many of the traditional locations have been either building new facilities or modernizing the still surviving SPA palaces of the early 20th Century. Let’s take a tour of the best Italian Terme in the North Italy!
MAY ENIT 1
Sicily is a land of extremes and contrasts, a magnification of all Italian things. With its wonderful climate, Sicily is eminently visitable all the year round and each season has its own distinctive charm. There is always something to do, whether it be lounging on golden beaches, hiking in the mountains, visiting ancient archaeological sites, skiing on Mount Etna or shopping in Palermo’s fashionable boutiques.
APRIL ENIT 2
VERONA - A gorgeous art city, surrounded by the traces of its ancient history; splendid in its mythical dimension bestowed upon it by the Shakespearean tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. The city’s past centuries of history and its past splendor are witnessed by its architectural and artistic masterpieces; its culture and art are well renowned on a national and international level. For this reason, Verona was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000.
APRIL ENIT 1
GUSTA L’ARANCIONE: The project, presented April, 2009, searches, enhances and promotes gastronomic and tourist routes of high quality in the 19 Municipalities “Bandiera Arancione” of the Italian Region Marche.
FEBRUARY ENIT 2
You will hardly find any other place in the world that celebrates the incredible power of water like Italian art cities, Rome and its fountains in primis.
While fountains were an important source of potable water before the days of indoor plumbing, they developed into decorative, artistic and monumental elements. Statues and ornamental water features became a part of the architecture of the Italian cities, works of great Italian artists.
FEBRUARY ENIT 1
Did you know that Italy has more World Heritage Sites than any other country on the World Heritage List? Italy counts 51 UNESCO World Heritage Sites within its borders. All 51 sites have been,at one time or another, travel destinations for those seeking out history, art and culture of Italy.