Padova

Padova is all known to be a student city. There is, indeed, one of the oldest universities in Europe, where many illustrious people have studied and taught, and the first woman in Italy has graduated (Elena Lucrezia Corner or Cornaro). … Read More

(Italiano) Riviera del Brenta: Villa Badoer Fattoretto

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(Italiano) Oasi naturalistica di Vallevecchia (Caorle)

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Venezia: from Rialto to Fondamente Nove

Again we propose a small Venetian itineraries, within a two  hours walk and that can easily be joined together with the others we have already proposed. The advice we often give to our guests is not to be afraid of … Read More

Two of the most beautiful villages (borghi) in Italy: Borghetto and Castellaro Lagusello

Borghetto and Castellaro Lagusello are just a few kilometers from Lake Garda, and are among the most beautiful towns (borghi) in Italy. Borghetto is well known and very popular, while Castellaro Lagusello is much quieter. Let’s go discover them one … Read More

Montagnana

Montagnana: fortified complex among the best preserved in the world Arriving in Montagnana you can immediately see the walls: 2 kilometers of perfectly preserved walled circle. A glance at which one does not remain indifferent. It is a small town, … Read More

Euganean Hills: Arquà Petrarca

One of the most beautiful villages (borgo) in Italy is located on the Euganean Hills: it is Arquà Petrarca. Arquà Petrarca In Arquà Petrarca, time seems to have stopped with its charm of an ancient medieval village. Its name derives … Read More

Bassano del Grappa and the Brenta

Bassano del Grappa is a beautiful village to be visited without rush, walking among noble palaces often frescoed, arcades and squares. A little history of Bassano del Grappa Bassano stands as a rural center and was subject to Roman colonization … Read More

Longarone – Casso – Erto – Lago di Barcis

Itinerary that takes you between Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia, from Longarone and the Vajont dam, to the small towns of Casso and Erto, to the lake of Barcis, famous for the particular color of its waters. Longarone and the … Read More

Venice: walking between the Ghetto and Ca’ d’Oro.

A morning in Venice We always  try to write about the beauties of our territory that goes beyond Venice. This does not mean that we do not like our beautiful lagoon city. We propose a walk to Cannaregio, outside the … Read More