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Al Pozzo Antico in Cortona

Al Pozzo antico restaurant in Cortona “This is just superb. Off the beaten path, it’s nestled between two of the streets that lead up to the main Piazza in Cortona. The owners will welcome you, love you and feed you until you are bursting, and then give

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Tripadvisor winners of its 2013

Tripadvisor announces the winners of its 2013  Traveller’s choice awards for hotels, motels, inns, BB and specialty lodgings, Vacation villas, in 82 countries world wide. Out of 650,000 accommodations based on millions of traveller’s reviews, collected during 2013, only 6,000 award winning properties were chosen.  La Mucchia

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Abbey of San Michele Arcangelo in Passignano

The Abbey of San Michele Arcangelo in Passignano is a monastery of the Congregation Vallombrosana situated in the territory of the Chianti hills , in Passignano, near the town of Greve in Chianti , in the province of Florence (South of Florence). The monastery of Vallombrosa ,

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Bagnoregio -The dying city

Bagnoregio -The dying city Bagnoregio is mentioned for the first time in a document dating the year 600. This document is a letter that Pope St. Gregory the Great wrote to bishop of Chiusi to invite him to investigate the sacred writings of a certain John, who Aufrido

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All’Antico Vinaio – Florence

All’Antico Vinaio – Florence At 2 steps from Piazza della Signoria, in Florence there  is the “house of the sandwiches”: sandwiches, foccacie and maxi foccacie from 4 to 7 euro, and don’t miss a little bottle of wine. I got myself a big foccacia with truffle cream,

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The San Damiano Cross

The San Damiano Cross Once you visit Assisi, you will happen to see the little ancient church restored by St. Francis, in this little church which was not been modified throughout the centuries, there used to hang the crucifix which has been relocated to Saint Clare Basilica

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The Cloister – La Verna

The Cloister-La Verna  We decided to visit the abbey of La Verna after reading at some blog of its importance, we did not regret it, and certainly we must add it to our “recommended spots of interest” in Tuscany. The landscape of the region of Casentino is

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Slow Tourism

Slow Tourism When we use the term “Slow Tourism” we mean “quality time tourism”, slowness and local distinctiveness as factors that could give a competitive boundary in tourist development to well-known destinations which became a “Must” for the one visiting Tuscany. The tour operator who is the

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Marmore Falls

Marmore Falls, in Italian “La Cascate delle Marmore”, Its history began in 271BC when the Roman consul Curio Dentato made a reclaimed work in the plain of Rieti realizing a canal of beyond two kilometers up the cliff of Marmore. During the last twenty years of the XIX century became the

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