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Cities in Province of Rome region

Rome

Rome

Rome is the capital of Italy. Located on the river Tiber, the city has a long history over the centuries as the capital of the Roman Republic, Roman Empire, the Roman Catholic Church and modern Italy. Rome has a population of 2,923,000 people. Rome is a major tourist center. Among the most famous monuments are the Colosseum and Trajan's Column number.



Rome Fiumicino Airport

Rome Fiumicino Airport

Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is the largest airport in Italy and serves alongside Ciampino Airport, the capital of Italy - Rome. It is about 20 kilometers west of Rome, in the city of Fiumicino. There are numerous international and domestic flights at this airport, operated by both low-cost airlines and full-service airlines.


Cities in Veneto region

Venice Island

Venice Island

The main town of Venice and the Veneto region of north-eastern Italy. Venice currently has 266,181 inhabitants and is the capital of the province with the same name. The whole town (and the whole lagoon) in 1979 were declared patrimony of humanity by UNESCO. Considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Venice is known as Queen of the Adriatic Sea. Four hundred bridges cross the maze of channels consisting of the 120 islands of the city, situated on a saltwater lagoon between the mouths of river Po and Piave in northeast Italy. All traffic in the city relies on maritime transport: boats, gondolas, feribouturi, etc.. The 266,181 inhabitants were the main source of income turismul.Venetia has a splendid chain of museums, monuments, churches, considered the world artistic treasures. Throughout history, local artists have created mirrors, tapestries, stained glass, which have made Venice famous. Lately, the city is facing a series of problems such as pollution, erosion and flooding, forcing the city authorities to undertake projects in order to preserve the famous image of the city lagoons. The most romantic city in the country, almost the entire city was placed on the water. In Venice there are 170 channels and over 400 bridges of which the best known is the Bridge of Sighs (Ponte dei Sospiri. Most of the buildings were built between sec. 12 16. The gondola is the symbol of Venice. It is made of eight different kinds of wood. Is asymmetrical (right side is higher as can compesa paddler weight). A gondola ride for an hour cost about 70 euros.


Jesolo

Jesolo

What is great and extremely valuable in Jesolo is that staţiuneJesolo maritime fails to provide complete holidays of all tourists who decide to move to this Italian destination.


Mestre

Mestre

Mestre is a town belonging to the Veneto, Italy being a part of Venice as its expansion on the continent. Venice lagoon town has about 70,000 inhabitants, while the two factions, Mestre and Marghera, has about 170,000.


Bibione

Bibione

Bibione (Bibione in Veneto and Friuli) is part of the municipality of San Michele al Tagliamento. Its territory includes the second beach in Italy for number of appearances by Rimini (about 6 million).


Venice Mestre

Venice Mestre

Mestre belongs to the Veneto region and is the city that connects with Venice through railway and road bridges over the lagoon.


Caorle

Caorle

Caorle is a small town located on the Adriatic coast, part of the province of Venice, Italy. Caorle lies between the estuaries formed by the rivers Livenza and Lemene. Caorle is a coastal city in the province of Venice, located between the Livenza and Lemene estuaries.


Lido

Lido

Lido is another island in the Venetian lagoon, it is, in fact, a sand strip, 11 km long, located in the southeastern part of Venice. Lido is a luxury destination, preferred by both Venetians and foreign tourists, primarily because here you can have a beach and a swim in the waters of the Adriatic.


Misurina

Misurina

Lake Misurina is the largest natural lake in Cadore and is 1,754 m above sea level, near Auronzo di Cadore (Belluno). The perimeter of the lake has a length of 2.6 km, while the maximum depth is 5 m.


Verona

Verona

Verona is a city in the Veneto region and is the second area, taking into account the population of the region and Triveneto area, its population was recorded in 2008 a total of 265,245 inhabitants. Verona metropolitan area is 1070.9 km2 and counts a population of about 500,000 inhabitants. Verona is visited annually by over 100 million tourists, many of them foreigners, for its rich artistic and various annual events such as the lyric areniană season. The city owes its socio-economic importance, its geographical position and disposition of river.


Mirano

Mirano

Mirano is a commune with 26,667 inhabitants. It is located in the province of Venice, in the region of Veneto, Italy. The territory of the commune covers an area of 45.62 km2, a population density of 576 inhabitants / km². Neighboring commune with local area Salzano, Dolo, Mira, Pianiga, Spinea and Santa Maria di Sala.


Cortina D Ampezzo

Cortina D Ampezzo

The glamorous Dolomite village Cortina d'Ampezzo is situated in Venetia at an altitude of 1,211 m, and is dominated by the Dolomite peaks Tofana, Monte Cristallo and Sorapi that rises 3,000 m above the sky. The host of the 1956 Olympic winter games is known well outside the Italian borders for its gorgeous pistes and cross-country tracks, as well as for its unique flair. After a great day skiing in the tracks of earlier Olympic champions, you can let the evening come to an end on the famous shopping mile "Corso Italia". Here you can stroll along with Italian celebrities! You can also enjoy the variety of eateries and specialities in resort, from nouvelle cuisine to pizzerias as well as mountain and pasture lodges, where you are served delicious plain fare.


Venice Lido

Venice Lido

Lido di Venezia is a strip of 11 km long beach in Venice, home to about 20,000 residents. Here the International Film Festival in Venice takes place in September each year.


Arabba

Arabba

Arabba is a fraction of the municipality of Livinallongo del Col di Lana at the foot of Paso Pordoi. It is one of the main winter tourist centers of the Dolomites, part of the Dolomiti Superski area.


Malga Ciapela

Malga Ciapela

Malga Ciapéla is one of the villages that make up Rocca, the capital of Rocca Pietore (Belluno province). It rises just before the Fedaia pass. Malga Ciapela is an important tourist center for mountain lovers.


Castelnuovo Del Garda

Castelnuovo Del Garda

Castelnuovo del Garda is an Italian comune (municipality), in the Province of Verona, in Veneto, on a couple of morainic hills few kilometers south-east from Garda lake. Verona is about 15 km to the east, Venice is 120 km east and Milan 150 km west.



Vicenza

Vicenza

Vicenza is a city in the Veneto region of northern Italy, with a population of 119.038 inhabitants. Vicenza is located at the foot Berici, at the confluence and Bacchiglione Retron. The city dates from Roman times. Most sites are in the sixteenth century, the golden age of the city. These include Palladian Basilica, considered the masterpiece of architect Palladino, and other monumental buildings - Fontana Porto, Porto-Breganze, Casarotti Da Schio and Casa del Palladio. Cathedral dates from the fourteenth century and is an example of Gothic - Renaissance, with a Venetian polyptych.


Quarto D Altino

Quarto D Altino

The territory is crossed by the final stretch of the River Sile, which splits the town of Portegrandi: a branch very short, which follows the course iniţialeste connected to the Venetian lagoon via a closed (is the channel Silone), while mainline he continues to Jesolo canal digging when Serenissima (the so-called cut Sile).


Peschiera Del Garda

Peschiera Del Garda

Peschiera del Garda is the westernmost town of the Veneto region of Italy, part of Verona Province of this region. It has a population of about 10,000 inhabitants.



Cities in Lombardy region

Milan

Milan

Milan is the main city in northern Italy. It is located on the plains of Lombardy, one of the most developed urban regions of Italy. Residents of Milan are known as Milanesi or informally Meneghini or Ambrosiana. The city was founded by the Celts in northern Italy around 400 BC was conquered by the Romans around 222 BC, who gave the name Mediolanu. Latin name meaning "in the middle of the field." Milan is recognized as one of the capitals of fashion and design, Lombard metropolis is famous by her elegant fashion houses and shops, such as the famous Via Montenapoleone and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Piazza Duomo (considered to be the most the world's oldest shopping mall).


Bergamo

Bergamo

Bergamo is a city in Lombardy - Italy, located 40 km north east of Milan. Bergamo city has a population of 120,000 inhabitants and is situated at the foot of the Alps. Initial location of the town was a defensive platform hill and the city itself was surrounded by thick walls. The town has two centers: "Città Alta (upper town), a medieval town situated on a hill, surrounded the seventeenth century and cyclopean defensive walls Città Bassa (lower town). The two parts of the city are connected by funicular / cable car, roads and trails. Parking spaces are very limited in the upper town and local traffic is prohibited on weekends.


Como

Como

It is a city located in northern Italy, at the foot of the Alps, on the shores of Lake Como, also known as Lario. The lake is well known throughout Europe as a summer retreat for sailing, water skiing, scuba diving or pleasure boating. Como is an important tourist resort, one of the ideal angles of the so-called "Larian triangle". The city is home to numerous museums, gardens, parks, theaters, churches and palaces. Archaeological research has revealed the remnant of a Celtic villages, 4 km south of the actual city of Como, near Grande: Human settlement relates to the city's history.


Livigno

Livigno

Livigno is located on the sun-drenched side of the Lombardy Alps, not far from St. Moritz. The popular resort is situated at a snow-sure 1,816 m, and hosts several international competitions; it is also known across its borders as a duty-free shopping paradise. The district Trepalle (1,900-2,250 m) is the highest permanently inhabited settlement in Europe.Traditional wooden houses dot the village, and the resorts location on the southern side of the Alps ensures that the valley is drenched with sun. The broad pistes are always well prepared, and the attractive snow parks offer boarders all that their hearts desire. After a day of skiing the cosy mountain lodges invite you in for a bit of apres ski with Italian flair. Or look around some of the duty-free shops and enjoy tax-free shopping. In Livigno's duty-free zone, you'll be able to purchase not just perfume, alcohol and cigarettes (with restrictions on export), but also clothes, watches, cameras, and petrol at up to 40% savings! Prices are also reasonable near the slopes, meaning one thing: More holiday for less money!


Sirmione Garda Area

Sirmione Garda Area

Este una dintre cele mai populare stațiuni de pe malul lacului Garda. Deși nu este zona cea mai bună pentru o vacanță pe lac, în Sirmione vă puteți bucura de ruine romane, băi termale și  un castel medieval.


Gargnano

Gargnano

Gargnano (Gardesano: Gargnà) is a town and comune in the province of Brescia, in Lombardy. It is situated on the western shore of Lake Garda. The municipal territory includes the artificial Valvestino Lake, created in 1962.


Mantova

Mantova

Mantua is located east of Milan and southeast of Venice on the river Mincio, and is surrounded by three artificial lakes created in the twelfth century: Lago Superiore, Lago di Mezzo and Lago Inferiore. Fourth lake, Lago Pajolo who complete defensive system around the city water was dried up in the late eighteenth century.


Monza

Monza

Monza is the most important economic, industrial and administrative center in the Brianza sub-region, being the third largest city in Lombardy, with a population of approximately 120,000 inhabitants. When people think of Monza, the first thing that comes to mind is the famous Formula 1 Grand Prix, which is organized here every year.


Bormio

Bormio

Bormio, one of the most renowned wintersports resorts in Italy, is situated close to Switzerland at the foot of the Stilfserjochs. The over 2000 year old health resort is situated at a basin valley between the majestic mountains of the Ortler group. Bormio is particularly well-known as the venue for the alpine ski world championship in 1985 and 2005.In addition, the world cup race at the famous "Stelvio" descent takes place here between Christmas and New Year. Not only experts will get their money's worth in Bormio, all abilities are sure to enjoy the skiing, due to the broad slopes above the treeline.


Toscolano Maderno

Toscolano Maderno

La 40 km de Brescia, pe coasta de vest a lacului Garda, acest oraș este favoritul împătimiților de navigație și sportivilor, în special jucătorilor de golf (aici fiind cel mai vechi club de golf de pe maulul lacului Garba, clubul Bogliaco).


Ponte Di Legno

Ponte Di Legno

Ponte di Legno (tip comunian local dialect) is an Italian municipality of 1,773 inhabitants in Val Camonica, province of Brescia, in Lombardy.


Lake Maggiore

Lake Maggiore

Lake Maggiore (Italian: Lago Maggiore, pronounced [laːɡo maddʒoːre] letter 'largest lake ") or Lago Verbano ([Verbano]; Latin: Lacus Verbanus) is a large lake located on the south side of the Alps. It is the second largest lake in Italy and largest of southern Switzerland.


Salo

Salo

Este cel mai atrăgător lor de pe coasta vestică a lacului Garda. Are un aer tradițional și o biserică gotică din secolul XV care trebuie vizitată. Aici s-a născut Gasparo da Salo, inventatorul violinei.


Santa Caterina

Santa Caterina

Santa Caterina Valfurva is a small and tranquil village at an altitude of 1,734 m. It is situated close to the Swiss border, in the middle of the fairytale scenery of the Lombardy Alps. It is also nestled in the protected area of the Stilfserjoch National Park. Families especially will feel right at home. Santa Caterina was not just the venue for the ladies' descent in the 2005 world championships, but also the home of the 3-time Olympic winner Deborah Compagnoni.The altitude, as well as diverse snow cannons, ensure a high level of snow security! The location is ideal for all skiers, as Santa Caterina is situated directly on the piste. At the Monte Sobretta (3,296 m) mountain range, starting from an altitude of 2,880 m, you can ski directly into the resort centre. In the background, the panorama is dominated by the summits of the Ortler Mountains and the "Himalaya like" Forni glacier. Due to its predominantly challenging pistes and cross-country ski trails, Santa Caterina is also a popular destination among cross-country skiers and the host of many important international cross-country races.


Tremosine

Tremosine

Situat în inima parcului Alto Garda Bresciano, Tremosine reunește toate calitățile naturale și de mediu caracteristice acestei zone naturale protejate. Drumul care urcă spre acest oraș este spectaculos, acesta strabatând păduri și canioane.


Brescia

Brescia

Brescia is a city located near Lake Garda in northern Italy. It is part of the Lombardy region. The city is situated at the foot of the Alps, between the Mella and the Naviglio, with a population of 191,523 inhabitants. The city of Brescia is the second largest city in the Lombardy region, after its capital Milan. The city is the administrative capital of the province of Brescia, one of the largest provinces in Italy. In antiquity it was known as Brix, which is an important historic monuments still retains a number of Roman and medieval town including the castle.


Varese

Varese

Varese is a city in Italy, particularly in Lombardy, is the capital of the same name. Varese is spread over an area of 54 square kilometers. In the city there are not many places to visit, the main attraction is the sacred mountain. The best way to explore the city is on foot. It is a graceful city, with gardens, villas and marble from the 50's fascist-era buildings, factories lined shoes. Town Centre Piazza Monte Grappa, close to the main attraction of the town - the gardens around the palace pink Palazzo Estense, built in the eighteenth century for the Duke of Modena is.



Cities in Emilia Romagna region

Rimini

Rimini

Rimini is a medium-sized city of 142,579 inhabitants in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, and capital city of the Province of Rimini. It is located on the Adriatic Sea, on the coast between the rivers Marecchia (the ancient Ariminus) and Ausa (ancient Aprusa). It is one of the most famous seaside resorts in Europe (sometimes called "Miami of Europe"), thanks to its 15 km-long sandy beach, over 1.000 hotels and thousands of bar, restaurants and discos. First bathing establishment opened in 1843. Rimini is also the hometown of the famous film director Federico Fellini.


Bologna

Bologna

Bologna is one of the best preserved historical cities in Emilia-Romagna in northern Italy. It is named for the color red city roofs and facades of its. There are many restaurants specializing in Mediterranean menus, especially in typical food city: tortellini Bolognese. The Two Towers (Due Torri) are the symbol of Bologna. Tallest tower is nearly 98 meters. On a clear day, you can see up to Verona and the Dolomites Asinelli tower (Torre degli Asinelli). Bolongna, the capital of Emilia-Romagna region, is located at a distance of approx. 125km of Adriatic Sea, 84 km from Ravenna, 105km from Florence, 152km from Venice, 210 km from Milan and Rome 380km.


Sorrento

Sorrento

Sorrento is a small Italian town, located in Campanina region, southern Italy, about 50 kilometers from Naples. The town is beautifully situated on top of white cliffs, very steep, offering a great view of the Gulf of Naples. Sorrento is a quiet town with cool lemon, a small beach and many cafes. Sorrento spectacular tourists choose to relax in nature. Since medieval times, many poets, writers and artists have arrived here for a while, away from the hectic life here is so inspired by the beautiful sucking ribs and famous sunsets. Sorrento is very popular due to its location as a starting point to nearby attractions.


Padova

Padova

Padua is a city of nearly 210,000 inhabitants in the Veneto region of northern Italy. Bacchiglione city is situated on the river at the edge of the Po plain, 40 km west of Venice and 29 km south-east of Vicenza. Padua is also the capital of the province with the same name, is an important economic and cultural center of Italy. The city's most famous tourist attraction is the Basilica SF.ANTON. Padua boasts the oldest botanical gardens in Europe, founded in 1545. This objective was included in the UNESCO world cultural heritage list in 1997.


Lido Di Classe

Lido Di Classe

Lido Di Classe extends over a very large area, it is a modern, modern clean, neat can be defined as "or as it may be the seafront" due to the special structured care of selling urban sales and facilitating the sale of bathrooms and accommodation.


Cervia

Cervia

Cervia is a town and Comune (municipality) in the Province of Ravenna in the Emilia-Romagna region of central Italy.


Riccione

Riccione

Riccione is a commune in the province of Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, northern Italy. As of 2018, Riccione had an estimated population of 35,003. The origins of Riccione's tourist fame date from the end of the 19th century, stimulated for the most part by the construction of residences by the sick people.


Rivazzurra di Rimini

Rivazzurra di Rimini

Rivazzurra is a fraction of other villages located between Rimini Bellariva and Miramare.


Viserbella Di Rimini

Viserbella Di Rimini

Viserbella has been developed as a seaside resort of the Adriatic River since the 1960s and today it is the ideal destination for people looking for a relaxing vacation on the coast, near the most glamorous beaches of Rimini and Riccione. The sandy beach, which gradually disappears on the seashore, is the ideal place for children, who can play and swim, as well as for adults looking for sports and fun.


Bellaria

Bellaria

Bellaria - Igea Marina, with seven kilometers of beaches with hotels and its clubs at night, is a holiday destination on the Adriatic Sea particular for families, couples and groups of all ages who want to spend their holiday on the coast of Romagna. Here can be found numerous amenities and leisure facilities, quiet walks the streets and exquisite shops open all year round.


Parma

Parma

Parma is a city in northern Italy, with beautiful architecture and beautiful country with some land in the neighborhood. Elegant and with an area of outstanding historical, Parma Emilia Romagna region is located between the river Po and the Apennine Mountains, south of Milan and north of Florence. The foundation of the city is due to the road that connected Rome Via Aemilia northern part of the Roman Empire. Parma influence grew in the sixteenth century, as the seat of the Farnese duchy, is today one of the most prosperous cities of Italy.


Ravenna

Ravenna

Ravenna is a city with 140,000 inhabitants, capital of the province with the same name in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. The city is situated on the shore, but is linked by a canal from the Adriatic Sea. It was the capital of the Western Roman Empire from 402 until 476, Ostrogoths and the Exarchate capital of the Kingdom (center of Byzantine power in Italy) until 751. From that year until the invasion of the Franks, Ravenna was the Lombard king's fortress and now is even the provincial capital Ravenna. The name is unclear, although it is assumed to be of Etruscan origin, and is actually a way that they called themselves (Rasenna or grinder).


Cities in Tuscany Region region

Florence

Florence

Florence (Firenze Italian) is the capital of the Italian province of Tuscany and Florence. It is the most populous city in Tuscany, with a population of 367,569 inhabitants (1.5 million in the metropolitan area). The city lies on Arno river and is known for its history and its importance in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, especially for art and architecture. A medieval economic and commercial center, is one of the richest cities of the time, Florence is considered the birthplace of Italian Renaissance, in fact it was called the Athens of the Middle Ages.


Pisa

Pisa

Pisa is a city with approx 90,000 inhabitants in the region of Tuscany, Italy, at the mouth of the river Arno in the Mediterranean. The city is the capital of the province with the same name, hosts the region's largest airport, Galileo Galilei Airport and three universities recognized throughout Italy. Pisa was one of four Marine Republic of Italy with Genoa, Amalfi and Venice. The city was an important commercial center in the Middle Ages and controlled a significant Mediterranean fleet.


Siena

Siena

Surrounded by olive groves, Siena is one of the most beautiful cities in Tuscany. The historic center of town is on UNESCO's world heritage list. Siena is one of the most visited cities in the world, since 2008 more than 163,000 international tourists. The city is famous for its local cuisine, art, museums, landscapes and medieval horse race - Il Palio - which take place during July 2 to August 16. There is also the oldest university in Europe. This medieval town is situated 70 km south of Florence and saw a flourishing period of art, the centuries XIII, XIV.


Toscana

Toscana

Tuscany is a region in central Italy, bordering on Lazio to the south, east Umbria, Emilia-Romagna and Liguria in the north, and the Tyrrhenian Sea to the west. It has often been regarded as one of the most beautiful parts of Italy.


Viareggio

Viareggio

Viareggio is a town and municipality in northern Tuscany, Italy, on the Tyrrhenian coast. With a population of over 62,000 inhabitants, it is the second largest city in the province of Lucca, after Lucca.


Tirrenia

Tirrenia

Tirrenia is one of Pisa, Italy, with a population of 3,112 inhabitants. Immersed in the pine forest of "Pisano Litoral" and on the Ligurian Sea coast, Tirrenia is located in the center of the Tuscan coast.


Montecatini Terme

Montecatini Terme

Montecatini Terme is world famous spa located in the Italian region of Tuscany. Montecatini Terme can accommodate at least 2 million tourists who come here for the famous health spa center. Thermal waters here are good for stomach or liver problems. The resort includes various amenities, such as an 18 hole golf course, tennis, biking and hiking trails, riding schools, football stadium, horse racing. The most important treatment center Terme in Montecatini Terme is Tettuccio dating from 1927 and is located near the park, the street Via Verdi.


Livorno

Livorno

Livorno is a charming city located on the west coast of Tuscany, the Ligurian Sea and is considered one of the most important ports in Italy. There are approximately 160,000 inhabitants in the Tuscany region, Italy. The city is the capital of the province with the same number and a third port as the size of the west coast of the country.


Elba Island

Elba Island

Elba (Italian: Isola d'Elba, pronounced [Isola d'Elba]; Latin: Ilva; Ancient Greek: Αἰθαλία, Aithalia) is a Mediterranean island in Tuscany, Italy, 10 km (6.2 mi) from city Piombino coast. The largest island of the Tuscan Archipelago, Elba is also part of the Arcipelago Toscano National Park, and the third largest island in Italy after Sicily and Sardinia. It is located in the Tyrrhenian Sea, about 50 km (30 mi) east of the French island Corsica.


Arezzo

Arezzo

Or Arretium Arezzo (Latin: Arretium) is a town in central Italy, capital of the province with the same name in Tuscany. Arezzo is about 80 km southeast of Florence, at an altitude of 296 meters. In 2001 had a population of about 91,600 inhabitants. In the Middle Ages competed with Florence in terms of military power, and now trying to win against his old rival in beauty. Arezzo is located at equal distances from Florence, Perugia and Siena, overlooking the Arno and Tevere river valleys. Medieval historical center, rich in traces of Etruscan and Roman cultures, is located on a hill surrounded by fertile plains.


Lucca

Lucca

Lucca is a town of 81,862 inhabitants in the region of Tuscany, Italy, is also the capital of the province with the same name. History goes up in times of Lucca and Rome's ancient Etruscans. The city's golden period was the era before the Gothic Revival, Lucca still possesses many monuments of that period. Serchio Valley Region located, was occupied by early human settlements. Settlement became an important historical moment in the year 56 BC, when they met here Caesar, Pompey Cressus to renew triumvirate, which, in fact, it took only about a year.


Radda In Chianti

Radda In Chianti

Radda in Chianti is a municipality in the Province of Siena, Tuscany in central Italy. In 2011 had a population of 1,696 inhabitants.


Montaione

Montaione

Montaione is a municipality in the Province of Florence, Tuscany in central Italy. In 2011 had a population of 3,774 inhabitants.



Cities in Sicily Island region

Taormina

Taormina

Taormina is a small town on the coast is the island of Sicily. Since the nineteenth century Taormina is a popular sea resort. Beaches are the Ionian Sea, with very warm water with a high salt content. The nearest beaches are those at Mazzarò, gravel beaches where you can reach by cable car. Isola Bella is a very popular island, located between beaches. There are several caves and coves waiting to be explored. A few kilometers away is the sandy beaches and in Giardini-Naxos. The city today, Taormina is an ancient city ranks on a hill that is the terminal of a mountain range that extends offshore from Cape Pelorus to in Taormina.


Catania

Catania

Catania is the second largest city in Sicily, Italy, is located on the east coast. It is the capital of the province with the same name and has around 340,000 inhabitants. Catania is located south of Etna, an active volcano. Founded in the eighth century BC, the city was largely destroyed by earthquakes in 1169 and 1693. The first Sicilian university was founded in 1434 in Catania. Catania city is located 547 km from Rome, the Italian capital. Temperatures are between 9 and 30 degrees C, the highest recorded in August. The rainy season is from October to January, with about 279 mm / month.


Palermo

Palermo

Palermo (Palermu in Sicilian) is a city with 860,000 inhabitants in the province of the same name in Italy, the capital of Sicily. Palermo, the main administrative town of Sicily, is situated at the foot of Mount Pellegrino. Palermo was founded by the Phoenicians 2,700 years ago. It became part of the Roman Republic and then the Byzantine Empire for 1,000 years. For a brief period was led by Arabs for the first time since becoming the capital of the emirate. In the twelfth century and the thirteenth century, became the first major cultural center and meeting point of cultures of Arabic, Jewish and Christian.


Giardini Naxos

Giardini Naxos

Giardini Naxos (Giardini or Gianina in Sicilian) is a town of 9430 inhabitants of the province Italian Messina in Sicily. Formerly called Naxos, is about 40 kilometers southeast of Messina and Catania around 39. The old name of the city ("Garden") in 1978 added "Naxos".


Cefalu

Cefalu

Resort name is Greek and the Greek language explanation lies in the city, founded in sec. 4 i. Chr. Of Greek settlers. You would expect it to be full of Cefalu ancient Greek temples, such as the Agrigento; No way, Cefalu has a medieval allure track and its major attractions are the medieval era and especially Norman.


Sicily All Locations

Sicily All Locations

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, located south of mainland Italy, the very tip of "boot", being separated from it by the Messina Strait. Sicily Island is one of the most popular holiday destinations, which is due primarily to the beautiful coastline and nature or is covered. Culture and traditions is part of the island of Sicily are known worldwide, Sicilians are great keepers of traditions, no matter what part of the world have migrated. Today, the famous "Sicilian Mafia" began to lose ground against the protests of the shares of the common people and officials.


Messina

Messina

Messina is the third largest city in Sicily, Italy, and the provincial capital of the same name. In this city of 351 882 people live.


Trapani

Trapani

Trapani Trapani is the provincial capital and attracts thousands of tourists to admire the medieval architecture of the old town. The city is still an important fishing port and RC44 event will be based in the port of Trapani.


Selinunte

Selinunte

Selinunte is one of the great Greek archeological sites in Sicily that contains five temples centered on an acropolis. Of the five temples, only the Hera Temple, also known as the "E Temple", was rebuilt. Located near the sea in the southwest corner of Sicily, the ruins isolated here have been abandoned for most of their history. The Selinunte archeological park is huge, incorporating Greek temples, old city walls, ruins of residential and commercial buildings, paths and areas that have not yet been excavated. The archaeological park is open daily from 9 am, closing at 17:00 in winter and 19:00 in summer, and inside there is a book and souvenir shop. There are some shady places in a valley within the site where you can have a picnic. You can also use a train that runs around the site on several routes of different lengths.


Siracusa

Siracusa

Syracuse is a city in Italy, the eastern island of Sicily, the administrative center of the province with the same name. The old town and the necropolis of Syracuse Pantalica 2005 were included in the UNESCO world cultural heritage list. Syracuse is one of the oldest cities in the world. Founded in 733 BC Greek settlers from Corinth, was one of the richest and most powerful cities of Greater Greece. In 212 BC was conquered by the Romans. The city of Archimedes (287-212 BC) who had been killed during the battle for the Roman conquest of the city.


Marsala

Marsala

Marsala is a city on the coast of Sicily, a city with ancient origins, which has a superb archaeological museum and excellent transport links. The city's history binds Mozia island, located nearby. This was an important colonial bastion in Carthage.


Letojanni

Letojanni

Letojanni ( Sicilian : Letujanni ) is a commune (municipality ) , and coastal resort in the province of Messina in the Italian region Sicily, located about 170 km ( 110 mi ) east of Palermo and about 40 kilometers (25 mi ) southwest Messina .


Syracuse

Syracuse

Oraș istoric, aflat pe coasta de est a Siciliei, Syracuse este cunoscut pentru istoria sa de origine greacă, arhitectură, amfiteatre, fiind locul de naștere al lui Arhimede. Se află într-un cadru fermecător, cu un port pitoresc delimitat de peninsula Maddalena și insula Ortygia.


Mazara Del Vallo

Mazara Del Vallo

Mazara del Vallo (IPA: [madzaːra range], Mazara in Sicilian) is a town of 51,799 inhabitants in the Italian province of Trapani, Sicily.


Agrigento

Agrigento

Agrigento is a town in southern Sicily, Italy, capital of the province with the same name. Agrigento Province extends along the southern coast of Sicily, the rest of the island connected by a network of roads and railways. Agrigento is renowned as a place of ancient Greek city, Akragas. It was founded in the late sixth century BC The Dorian Greeks and later became an important commercial center of the ancient world. During the Punic Wars (264-201 BC), the city was an ally of Carthage. Agrigento was captured by the Romans in 262 BC first and then, finally, in 210 BC.


Ispica

Ispica

Situat pe o colină, la 7 km de coastă, este cea mai sudic orășel al provinciei. Litoralul său se întinde de la orașul Pozallo până la Pachino, în provincia Siracusa. Zona cuprinde 2 km de coastă, insula Porri și este vizitată de iubitorii de scufundări.


Cities in Campaign region

Naples

Naples

Naples is the largest city in southern Italy. It is one of the regional capitals and is located midway between Vesuvius and Campi Flegrei volcanic area. Naples is situated on the northern shore of the bay with the same name, in south-eastern extremity of the Campanian Plain. South-eastern districts of the city climb the slopes of Vesuvius. In the north-west it is bordered by the Campi Flegrei volcanic area. It lies at a distance of 232 km from Rome. The city was a Greek colony named Neapoli (new city). Napoli was successively under Romanian domination, Byzantine, Norman.


Amalfi Coast All Locations

Amalfi Coast All Locations

Costiera Amalfitana Known in Italy as it is in the tourist area of southern Sorrentine Peninsula, in the province of Salerno. The coastline that stretches to identify with the region between the towns of Positano Amalfi - Vietri sul Mare and west - east. The entire coast is extremely steep with some absolutely fantastic scenery, is crossed by a road which at times was dug in the rock, or perched on the bridges and cornices. Lattari Mountains, with heights up to 700 meters on the shore line (and up to 1,400 meters within the peninsula), which plunges steeply in the Tyrrhenian Sea is extremely clear and warm throughout the summer.


Salerno

Salerno

Salerno is located 50 km south-east of Naples on the northern end of the bay with the same name, where the hills of Sorrento Peninsula slide Tyrrhenian Sea. Salerno is a lively port with a special historic and seaside promenade - Lungomare Trieste. Salerno is located in the center of an imaginary triangle formed by three major tourist destinations: Pompeii, Paestum and Positano. This positioning increases the "odds " and also enable the city of tourists visiting its attractions - Promenade, Arechi Fortress, Cathedral, Archaeological Museum, countless churches and parks, old buildings and the medieval center.


Ischia

Ischia

It is the largest of the islands in the Bay of Naples, is one of the largest tourist attraction, not only in the region but throughout Italy.


Capri

Capri

Capri, a small mountainous island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, famous for its unique landscapes, is situated at the entrance to the Bay of Naples. Referred to in ancient goat, Capri island was colonized by Greeks since the seventh century BC. In the two major cities of the island, Anacapri and Capri, are ruins that show the presence of Greek colonies on the island. In 29 BC Emperor Augustus Caesar has purchased the island from Naples, in exchange for the island of Ischia, building a palace here. His successor, Emperor Tiberius, he spent 10 years and built 12 villas in gratitude to the 12 gods of Olympus.


Castellammare Di Stabia

Castellammare Di Stabia

Castellammare di Stabia is a port town, which had in 2010 64.506 inhabitants. The city is located in the Bay of Naples, Campania Province of Naples, he is on the ancient Roman settlement Stabiae.


Massa Lubrense

Massa Lubrense

Massa Lubrense este o comună din provincia Napoli, regiunea Campania, Italia, cu o populație de 14.068 de locuitori și o suprafață de 19.84 km².


Neapolitan Riviera

Neapolitan Riviera

Neapolitan Riviera is a dramatic stretch of coastline south of Naples care runs , taking the seaside town of Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast villages such as Ravello and Positano .


Palinuro

Palinuro

Palinuro is a small town Italian civil populous parish (Frazione) of Centola, province of Salerno in the Campania region. The city is derived from Palinurus, the helmsman of Enea, registered five to six books of the Aeneid.


Anacapri

Anacapri

Anacapri is a city in the western part of the island Capri (Naples province, Italy). Greek prefix ana means "up" or "above", highlighting that Anacapri is located at a higher altitude than Capri island (about 150 m above average). Administratively, it has a separate status from the town of Capri. The most significant target is Villa San Michele in town.


Ravello

Ravello

Ravello is one of the most popular destinations of the Amalfi Coast is a city small enough to enchant you with its medieval spirit, natural, elegant. Situated on a rocky promontory at 350m above sea level, in a panoramic position, the city is a jewel of art and culture. Petrified narrow streets are surrounded by houses dating from the sixteenth century who lived in princes, noblemen, personalities of music from times gone by. A place you love to go out for walks, relax on the terraces adiministrate well, eat at restaurants with dreamlike landscapes and carefully prepared food for you, their favorite customer.


Praiano

Praiano

Praiano is a municipality in the province of Salerno, Campania, Italy, with a population of 2,081 inhabitants and an area of 2.67 km².


Pompeii

Pompeii

Pompeii was a Roman city ancient city near Naples in the Italian region of Campania modern in common territory of Pompeii. Pompeii, Herculaneum and with many villas in the surrounding area was mostly destroyed and buried under 4-6 meters (13-20 feet) ash and pumice in the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD.


Sant Agnello

Sant Agnello

Sant'Agnello is a municipality in the province of Naples, Campania, Italy, with a population of 9,079 inhabitants and an area of 4.15 km².


Paestum

Paestum

Paestum (Italian Pesto) is an important archaeological site from urban commune Helen Capaccio, province of Salerno, Campania, southern Italy.


Cities in Sardinien region

Alghero

Alghero

Although it is one of the most popular resorts in Sardinia, Alghero has retained the appearance of a fishing village. It is best known for its beautiful beaches, good food, reasonable prices and Catalan origin. It is less bright than the bustling Costa Smeralda, but has plenty to offer those who want sunshine, clean beaches, great animation and a group of bars and restaurants. And surrounding areas are appealing to those who venture outside the city: the famous beaches of La Pelosi - Stintino, Argentieri abandoned mining town of palaces and ancient complex of di Palmavera Nauraghe.


Olbia

Olbia

Olbia, located on the Northeast coast, is the doorway to the Emerald Coast with daily flights to and from main land Italy and Europe. Tourists also arrive by Ferry as Olbia is one of the main ports in Sardinia.


Sardinia South

Sardinia South

Sardinia has an area of 24.090 km ² and a population of 2.65 million. It was called "Ichnusa" The Phoenicians and "Sandalyon" by the Greeks because of its shape, shaped footprint. Sardinia is a region in Italy. Regional capital is Cagliari. The region is subdivided into four provinces: Cagliari, Sassari, Nuoro and Oristano, have been proposed for another four provinces: Olbia-Tempio, Ogliastra, Carbonia-Iglesias Medio Campidano), which would be expected during this deca (see also towns Sardinia). The island contains numerous extraordinary tourist areas including the Costa Smeralda, Costa Paradiso and Gennargentu.


Cagliari

Cagliari

Cagliari is the capital island of Sardinia, an autonomous region of Italy. It has about 165,000 inhabitants, but the metropolitan area with 300,000 people gathering (Elmas, Pirri, Quartucciu, Quartu Sant'Elena). In ancient times, was an important Phoenician trading center (with the name of Karalis). It came under Roman suzerainty together with the rest of the island in 238 BC. One by one, was led by the Vandals, the Byzantine Empire, Genoa, Pisa, Aragon (during the Catalan domination the city was called Caller), Spain and Austria for a short time until he entered the Duchy of Piedmont in 1720.


Porto Cervo

Porto Cervo

Sardinian resort of Porto Cervo is the heart of Costa Smeralda undelumina sun blinds and white sand beaches with emerald waters . One of the resorts most elegant and exclusive summer Porto Cervo Visitors to relax and unwind - VA luxurious surroundings . Boutique Tourbillon final appearance may add their impressive selection of elegant watches and jewelery from some of the best makers in the world.


Palau

Palau

Palau after its official name the Republic of Palau is an island nation located in the Pacific Ocean 800 kilometers east of the Philippines. Winning its independence in 1994, Palau is one of the smallest and youngest countries. Palau consists of 16 states: Aimeliik, Airai, Angaur, Hatohobei, Kayangel, Koror, Melekeok, Ngaraard, Ngarchelong, Ngardmau, Ngaremlengui, Ngatpang, Ngchesar, Ngiwal, Peleliu, Sonsorol.


La Maddalena

La Maddalena

La Maddalena is a city in Sardinia, Italy. La Maddalena is the main city and main island of the La Maddalena archipelago. Served as a military post for most Europeans, it has recorded a history, due to easy access to the transportation lanes. These islands are mainly jagged rocks that form steep cliffs and high peaks, with amazing views. It is noted by its clean beaches, there is a special beach because of its pink sand, which can only be admired from a distance, not allowing visitors access, assuming that tourists have bottled the sand and over the years it has disappeared.


San Teodoro Sardinia

San Teodoro Sardinia

San Teodoro is a municipality in the Province of Olbia-Tempio, region of Sardinia, Italy, with a population of 4,630 inhabitants and an area of 107.6 km².


Olbia Tempio

Olbia Tempio

Provincia Tempio- Olbia, in Sardegna, è una zona bellissima, che si affaccia sul Mare del Nord suggestiva della Sardegna. Si tratta di una provincia di recente istituzione in seguito ad una legge regionale del 2001, con l'entrata in vigore nel 2005.


Santa Teresa Gallura

Santa Teresa Gallura

Santa Teresa Gallura is a municipality in the Province of Olbia-Tempio, region of Sardinia, Italy, with a population of 5.211 inhabitants and an area of 102.29 km².


Castelsardo

Castelsardo

Castelsardo is a municipality in the province of Sassari, Sardinia region, Italy, with a population of 5861 inhabitants and an area of 43.34 km²


Budoni

Budoni

Budoni is a municipality in the Province of Olbia-Tempio, region of Sardinia, Italy, with a population of 5,081 inhabitants and an area of 54.28 km².


Arbatax

Arbatax

Arbatax (Italian pronunciation: [arbataks]) is the largest hamlet (Frazione) of Tortolì, Sardinia, Italy. With nearly 5,000 inhabitants, it is also the third largest city in the province (Ogliastra) of population after the city of Lanusei (5700) and Tortolì own [1] (5300).


Santa Margherita Di Pula

Santa Margherita Di Pula

The beach is covered in sand grains gray shades pink, while water that cycles through all shades of blue, is shallow and therefore ideal for families with children who can play along waterfront without danger.


Ogliastra

Ogliastra

There are many reasons to visit Ogliastra: is the wildest, most unspoiled area in Sardinia. It is rich in history. And it is the Italian region with the largest number of people over 100 years - because, they say, a piece of magic land.


Cannigione Di Arzachena

Cannigione Di Arzachena

Arzachena (Arzachena Arzachena Gallura in Sardinia) is an Italian town of 13,561 inhabitants in the province of Olbia-Tempio in Sardinia.


Sassari

Sassari

Sassari ([Sassari] About this pronunciation sound (help · info) Sassari: Sassari, Sardinia: Tatari) is an Italian city and the second largest of Sardinia in terms of population with 127,625 inhabitants, or about 275,000 including metropolitan area. One of the oldest cities on the island, it contains a considerable art collection.


Orosei

Orosei

Orosei is a municipality in the province of Nuoro, Sardinia region, Italy, with a population of 6.995 inhabitants and an area of 91 km².


Arzachena

Arzachena

Destinație renumită din inima coastei de smarald, în nord- estul Sardiniei, Arzachena este presărată cu hoteluri de lux, vile private, reședințe și campinguri. Cu un teritoriu de 80 km de litoral, cuprinde un amestec de plaje cu nisip și pietre colțuroase și  golfuri splendide, izolate, la care se poate ajunge doar cu barca.


Oristano

Oristano

Oristano is a municipality in the province of Oristano, Sardinia region, Italy, with a population of 31,607 inhabitants and an area of 84.57 km².


Villasimius

Villasimius

Villasimius is a municipality in the province of Cagliari, Sardinia region, Italy, with a population of 3.590 inhabitants and an area of 57.97 km².


Cities in Ligurien region

Genova Genoa

Genova Genoa

Genoa (Genova in Italian, Zena in Genoese) is a city and a seaport in northern Italy, capital of Liguria and the Main port servicing the islands of Corsica and Sardinia. It has a population of approx. 700,000 inhabitants and is the European Capital of Culture 2004. Genoa stretches from east to west over a distance of more than 15 km, but North (Ligurian Apennines abutments) to the south (Mediterranean Sea) in less than 3 km, according to local topography, between mountains and sea. The city developed around the old port, a former semi-circular bay, which today houses a naval museum and a large public aquarium.


San Remo

San Remo

Sanremo is a city in northwest Italy, located on the shores Mediterane.Oraşul has about 57,000 inhabitants and is one of the most important resorts on the Italian Riviera.


Alassio

Alassio

Alassio (Arash Ligurian dialect) is a town of 11,312 inhabitants in the province of Savona in Liguria.


Pietra Ligure

Pietra Ligure

Pietra Ligure is a municipality in the province of Savona, region Liguria, Italy, with a population of 8882 inhabitants and an area of 9.88


La Spezia

La Spezia

La Spezia, Ligurian or Spes in the local dialect, is a city in northern Italy at the end of the gulf of La Spezia. It is an important military and commercial port in Italy, located between Geneva and Pisa. The port of La Spezia, you can take a tour boat to Portovenere where you can discover one of the most beautiful old fishing village on the Italian Riviera. Also not to be missed Portofino, an elegant resort on the Ligurian coast and a place where you can admire the colorful hamlets and the Town Square. Sea and the picturesque town blends pleasantly with the mountains nearby.


Savona

Savona

Savona used to be one of the chief seats of the Italian iron industry, having iron-works and foundries, shipbuilding, railway workshops, engineering shops, and a brass foundry.


Varazze

Varazze

Varazze is a commune in the province of Savona, Liguria region, located about 30 kilometers west of Genoa. Nearby in the Apennines of Liguria is Monte Beigua, with its natural regional park. The economy is predominantly based on shipyards, yachts and tourism.


Rapallo

Rapallo

Grado is a municipality in the province of Gorizia, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy, with a population of 8.611 inhabitants and an area of 111.33 km².


Santa Margherita Ligure

Santa Margherita Ligure

Santa Margherita Ligure is a village in the province of Genoa, Liguria region, Italy, with a population of 9639 inhabitants and an area of 10.04 km².


Diano Marina

Diano Marina

Diano Marina (Marina di Dian Dian or in Liguria) is an Italian town of 5966 inhabitants in the province of Imperia in Liguria. It is the seventh city in the province population.


Loano

Loano

Loano is a municipality in the province of Savona, region Liguria, Italy, with a population of 11,521 inhabitants and an area of 13.48 km².


Portofino

Portofino

Portofino is a small town (520 people) and a famous resort in northwest Italy, on the Mediterranean coast at the foot of the Ligurian Apennines.




Castiglione Chiavarese

Castiglione Chiavarese

Castiglione Chiavarese este o comună din provincia Genova, regiunea Liguria, Italia, cu o populație de 1.649 de locuitori și o suprafață de 29,75 km².


San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

St. Lorenzen (813 m) is situated in a wide valley bowl in Val Pusteria. The Plan de Corones ski region is only 5 km away and offers an extra special experience for boarders, carvers and pleasure skiers! Modern lift systems, well-prepared pistes and beautiful views make this ski area one of the loveliest in the Dolomites. The St. Lorenzen community offers tradition and idyll - just the right thing for anyone seeking rest and relaxation! Whether Sonnenburg castle, prehistoric cult sites or the excavation at the Roman settlement Sebatum: St. Lorenzen is especially influenced by culture. The smaller villages and communities are also developed for tourism and promise a wonderful stay in a gorgeous natural landscape.


Cities in Piedmont region

Turin

Turin

Turin is located in an area of 130 km ² in a plain bounded by the river Stura di Lanzo, Sangone and Pad (which crosses the city from south to north). Another river that crosses the city is Dora Riparia. Pad (Po) separates the hills of the city torineză plain that drops in altitude from 280 to 220 feet (from west to east). The city is surrounded to the west and north of the Alps and in the south are Monferrato hills. Castello Square is the town square. Today, Turin is an industrial center, known particularly in the automotive industry, as head of Fiat.


Turin

Turin

Turin (Turin in Piedmontese and Occitan) is an important industrial city in northwestern Italy. It is located on the left bank of the Pad river, close to its confluence with the Sangone, Dora Riparia and Stura di Lanzo rivers. With a population of 905,209 inhabitants and 1,700,000 in the metropolitan area, it is the largest city and capital of the Piedmont region and at the same time of the homonymous province.


Bardonecchia

Bardonecchia

Bardonecchia, host of all snowboard competitions during the 2006 Winter Olympics, is located closely to Turin, near the French boarder in the Susa Valley. This winter holiday resort is one of Italy's favourite ski regions and looks back on a long tradition of winter sports. Already in 1909 Bardonecchia hosted the very first Italian ski competition. The town was formed from four districts: Rochemolles, Millaures, Melezet and Les Arnauds, each one having its own history, art and culture. There are numerous historic monuments such as churches, chapels and museums. Shopping fans will love the Via Medail with its many boutiques, shops and cafés. The ski area offers 100 kilometres of piste with slopes for all degrees of difficulty, great off-piste opportunities and snow security up to 2,800 m.


Malcesine

Malcesine

Oraș mic situat pe malul de est al lacului Garda, Malcesine este una dintre stațiunile turistice pitorești, cu străduțe pietruite, înghesuit între apele albastre ale lacului și crestele masivului Monte Baldo. Una dintre principalele atracții turistice este reprezentată de castelul Scaligero.


San Zeno Di Montagna

San Zeno Di Montagna

Stațiunea montană se află la o altitudine de 585 m și este punctul de pornire pentru drumeții și alpiniștii care doresc să exploreze muntele Baldo. Veți găsi aici natură sălbatică și virgină, pășuni cu vite și cai. San Zeno este locul ideal pentru iubitorii bucătăriei tradiționale rurale.



Cities in Trentino Sudtirol region

Folgarida

Folgarida

The high altitude holiday resort Folgarida is situated in between forests on an altitude of approx. 1,300 m. Ever since the 1960s, it has grown to be one of the most important holiday resorts in Trentino. The lift systems right in Folgarida offer quick access to the ski area and other winter sports resorts such as e.g. Marilleva and Madonna di Campiglio. Like this, all pistes on the various mountains can be used easily. The ice stadion with its ice rink are a good way to spend your leisure time. In the evening, a floodlight piste is available, or you can participate in sportive or cultural events in the congress centre "Alla Sosta dell'Imperatore".


Moena

Moena

Moena Mountain Resort is & quot; gateway & quot; in Val di Fassa, being at the point of its proximity to Val di Fiemme. Moena is also the main town of the valley offering various opportunities for shopping and leisure: restaurants, bars, ice rink, fitness center.


San Martino In Badia

San Martino In Badia

San Martin de Tor is a sunny village at the entrance of Val Badia. The municipality is similar to Corvara, Wengen or Enneberg, being characterised by the Ladin language and culture. Visitors can learn more about the centuries-old culture when visiting the Ladin Ciastel Museum, located on a hill in the upper half of the resort in the Thurn Palace. San Martin de Tor itself is embedded amongst the fascinating landscape of the jagged Dolomite peaks. Not too far away, the mighty Peitlerkofel mountain range stands tall, with the main peak, Peitlerkofel (2,875 m) being the local mountain of San Martin de Tor. Winter sports fans can step right into the action when staying in San Martino: Plan de Corones is one of the top ski areas in Southern Tyrol and is located nearby. Access to the world-famous is also possible in the nearby Alta Badia. The free ski bus can take you to the valley station every 20 minutes. In San Martin de Tor, you'll be able to experience the connection between nature, culture and winter sports in order enjoy a truly unique holiday experience.


Riva Del Garda Garda Area

Riva Del Garda Garda Area

Cunoscut și sub numele de Riva, aparține provinciei Trento. Se află în nord- vestul lacului Garda, la aproximativ 70 m față de nivelul mării, la marginea de sud a Alpilor Italieni, în apropiere de Munții Dolomiți. Aici turiștii vor găsi o cetate medievală, plasată pe lac (Museo Civico).


Trento

Trento

Art and architecture, nature and museums have made Trento a cultural hotspot. Provincial and (autonomous) regional capital, this city in the Trentino Alto Adige has a long, rich tradition and some of the most important monuments of Italian history.


Merano

Merano

The friendly resort Merano combines the amenities of a 35,000 people city with the idyll of the surrounding South Tyrolean mountains. In this small Alpine metropolis there is much on offer, even away from the pistes, e.g.: various shopping facilities, a quaint evening programme, winter hiking trails and a natural toboggan run. The "Therma Meran", designed by the star architect Matteo Thun, pampered its visitors with various indoor pools, a spacious sauna complex and various vitality areas. Empress Sissi had even selected Merano as one of her favourites. Today there is a statue in the ever-green gardens behind the summer promenade to remind one of the many visits of the Empress. In winter of course the main focus is "Off to the mountains!". The pistes are great and especially suited for families.


Ortisei

Ortisei

Urtijëi (Ladin, pronounced [uʁtiʒɜi̯] About this sound Listen (help · info); German: St. Ulrich in Gröden; Italian: Ortisei [ortizɛi]) is a town of 4637 inhabitants in South Tyrol in northern Italy. It occupies the Val GARDENA Dolomites, a mountain chain that is part of the Alps.


Selva di Val Gardena

Selva di Val Gardena

Wolkenstein is situated at 1,563 m, surrounded by the unique Dolomite mountain backdrop. The resort, dominated by the winter sports, is one of the leading tourism resorts in the alpine region and is the last resort in the popular Val Gardena ski region. Skiers and snowboarders will love the nearby famous ski safari, "Sella Ronda". Cross-country fans will get their money's worth on the trail from Wolkenstein through the secluded Langental. Wolkenstein's unique location allows guests to ski directly to the hotel, in some cases, and let the evening cosily come to an end. Excellent restaurants ensure complete enjoyment! Those who haven't had enough after a day on the mountains can party in various après ski bars and discos until late at night.


Folgaria

Folgaria

Slopes Folgaria - Lavarone are located just 18 km from the exit "Rovereto Nord" of the motorway A 22 - Brenner, Adige Valley, or in neighboring regions, Veneto.


San Martino Di Castrozza

San Martino Di Castrozza

San Martino di Castrozza (1487 m) is a tourist resort (winter and summer), located in the upper valley of Primiero, in eastern Trentino. The west, which has 428 inhabitants, is part of the municipality of Siror, while east of 135 inhabitants, is a hamlet of Tonadico. Since 2016, the resort will be entirely within the new municipality Primiero San Martino di Castrozza.


Bressanone

Bressanone

Brixen lies at 567 m altitude and is the oldest and also third largest town in Tyrol. The ancient bishop's town at the river Eisack offers, besides its winter sports, also a number of cultural sights. Lovely churches, monasteries and chapels are awaiting your visit, as well as the quaint alleys with their cosy shops and restaurants. The pistes and the impressive peaks of the Dolomites are always within sight. The local mountain "Plose" takes you up to 2,505 m. Due to its soft slopes it is especially suitable for skiing and it is also perfectly connected to the lift system.


Alba di Canazei

Alba di Canazei

Alba (Elbe Laden) is a fraction of the town of Canazei, in the heart of Fassa Valley, at 1517 m above sea level.


Trentino

Trentino

Trentino-South Tyrol (Italian: Trentino Alto Adige, German: Trentino-Südtirol) is one of the five autonomous regions of Italy. It does capital city of Trento. The name reflects the two provinces composed of its components.


Molveno

Molveno

Situated at 864 m is Molveno on the shore of Lake Molveno. Picturesquely nestled between the Paganella Massif and the Brenta Massiv, the resort offers both nature lovers and sports enthusiasts countless opportunities. The majority of the community is located in the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park and is an ideal starting point for snow shoe hikes or horse sleigh rides. Molveno does not have its own pistes, but those looking for action will be right at home 5 km away in the Paganella ski area. Even the US ski team has established its European training centre here. After a lovely winter day, numerous restaurants and bars invite you in for a relaxing end to your day.


Arco

Arco

Situat în nord estul Italiei, în provincia Trento, orașul este înconjurat pe o parte de stânci de calcar (care protejează castelul vechi al orașului) iar pe alta de lacul Garda. Este o stațiune bine cunoscută în virtutea climei blânde, a aerului curat și sănătos și a poziționării față de lac.


Passo Del Tonale

Passo Del Tonale

In Passo Tonale winter sports freaks and fans will get their money's worth - the location of this quickly developed resort is nearly perfect. Upon reaching the valley, winter sports fans' hearts will beat faster at the sight of the Adamello-Brenta Park's huge mountains. This is the right spot for those not really concerned with the romantic and rustic, but prefer a more functional holiday in order to fully concentrate on winter sports. Passo del Tonale is surrounded by many winter sports centres offering numerous activities. Horseback riding, dog-sledding or carriage rides through the wintry white grandeur are only a few possibilities. A further attraction of the Adamello ski area is the year-round ski area on the Presena Glacier at 3,000 m. Thanks to its location, Passo del Tonale is a great starting point for all hiking fans. The 50 total km of winter hiking trails provide a great view of the valley.


Tesero

Tesero

Tesero is situated on a mountain terrace at 1,000 m. The resort is very centrally located and is known as the artistic and cultural centre of Val di Fiemme, offering guests numerous leisure time opportunities. Starting from Tesero you can best access the Ski Center Lantemar or enjoy yourself on the pistes of Alpe Cermis. Cross-country enthusiasts are also familiar with Tesero, as the 1991, 2003 and 2013 Nordic ski world championship took place here. The other resorts in Val di Fiemme also invite guests to visit for a day. Cavalese, for instance, is only approx. 5 km away.


Lavarone

Lavarone

Municipal area of Lavarone, a village which is inhabited by 1,100 people, is located 1185 m ASL.



Brunico

Brunico

Bruneck, the fourth-largest city in South Tyrol, is situated at 834 m in Val Pusteria. The location directly at the famous Plan de Corones offers boarders, carvers and leisurely skiers a first-rate experience! Modern lift systems, well-prepared pistes and beautiful views make the Plan de Corones ski area one of the loveliest in the Dolomites. Bruneck is distinguished, above all, by the towering bishop castle Schloss Bruneck. Lively goings-on in the cafes and bars in Bruneck's centre, and the alleys lined with picturesque houses, invite visitors to stroll through the many shops and boutiques.


St. Christina

St. Christina

St. Christina lies at 1,428 m and is the geographic centre of Val Gardena. It is located on the sunny side of Val Gardena and is distinguished by the striking Langkofel cliffs. St. Christina is known as the Saslong world cup run destination. In addition to modernly furnished hotels, the resort offers guests traditional farms, retaining its charm. It is especially popular among families with children and offers great connections to the Monte Pana, Ciampinoi, Col de Raiser and Seceda lift systems, as well as direct entry to the Sella Ronda and the Gardena Ronda.



Siusi Allo Sciliar

Siusi Allo Sciliar

Seis am Schlern is situated at 1,000 m on a high plateau between Kastelruth and Völs, with the jags of the Schlern rise majestically in the background. The tradition-filled tourist resort is a starting point for the newly constructed panorama lift to Seiser Alm. Due to the perfect connection into the ski area, the resort enjoys wide popularity with winter sports fans; in spite of this, Seis has been able to retain its original character. The idyllic mountain village is distinguished by both of the churches and three old castle ruins. Sporty alternatives to skiing include the ice rink and numerous winter hiking trails in the area, as well as numerous cross-country ski tracks. On a carriage ride, covered in blankets, guests can let themselves be enchanted by the Seiser Alm's winter landscape. You can let the day come to an end in one of the many cosy mountain lodges.





Maso Corto

Maso Corto

Once there was the largest farm of the region located here at the end of the Val Senales. However that has changed a bit since then. In midst of the huge mountain massif with a number of 3,000 m peaks there is now a modern ski station which easily combines functionality and Tyrolean cosiness. Kurzras maybe small, however that does not mean that is doesn't offer the amenities required for a relaxing holiday.But winter sports fans not only come here due to the good infrastructure. It is rather the ski area that attracts them, which is accessible via chair lift or gondola directly from Kurzras. The ski areas at the Schnalstaler Glacier offers skiing from October until May - which extends the regular season considerably. The leisure time offers away from the pistes however, are also worth mentioning - never mind if it be sporty and active or culturally based.


Fie allo Sciliar

Fie allo Sciliar

Völs am Schlern shines at 880 m with its charming and sunny location. Nestled in gentle mountains, the spa resort is especially known for its hay baths and mild climate. The extensive winter landscape around Völs offers numerous leisure time activities. Alternatives to skiing include tobogganing through the winter scenery, or exploring and enjoying the surroundings on the far-reaching cross-country track network and winter hiking trails, or on a snow-shoe hike. Especially dominant is the rock formation of the Santnerspitze (2,414 m) and the famous Schlern (2,564 m).


Valdaora

Valdaora

Olang is situated at 1,048 m in the heart of Val Pusteria and is composed of the Oberolang, Mitterolang, Niederolang and Geiselsberg districts. The picturesque village at the foot of Plan de Corones is nestled between Alps and Dolomites: surrounded by the impressive Prags Dolomites to the south and the Riesenferner Massif in the north, a fascinating panorama awaits. From Geiselsberg you have direct access to the ski area. A free ski bus runs every 20 minutes from all districts to the valley station Gassl at Geiselsberg in winter. Modern lift systems, short waiting times, very well prepared pistes and gorgeous views make this ski area one of the loveliest in the Dolomites. Tobogganing fans will also know the name, as the tobogganing world championships were held here for the second time in 2000! Moreover, numerous leisure activities are available, the different restaurants and lodges invite you in for refreshment and you will certainly find just the right souvenir in the shops.



Bolzano

Bolzano

Bolzano is the capital of South Tyrol, the German-speaking Italian. It is the largest city in the region and the archaeological museum is world renowned for the ice man "Otzi". It is also called Italian Christmas capital because of the specific market with Christmas. Italian city of Bolzano is an Austrian cuisine. In the center you can hear German or local dialect. From Bolzano you can go to the mountains no matter which direction you go, the most picturesque is the south. Many mountain huts are open until late September, and information can be obtained from CAI and SAT alpine clubs.


Cities in Puglia region

Brindisi

Brindisi

Brindisi is an ancient city in Italy in the Puglia region and Brindisi is the provincial capital.


Monopoli

Monopoli

Monopoli is a coastal town in the province of Bari, Puglia region, Italy, with a population of 48,776 inhabitants and an area of 157.89 km². Monopoly is at a distance of almost 40 km from Bari and only 7 km from Polignano a Mare.


Santa Maria Di Leuca

Santa Maria Di Leuca

Santa Maria di Leuca, often spelled simply Leuca , is a frazione of the comune of Castrignano del Capo, in the province of Lecce (Apulia), southern Italy. A part of the town once belonged to the comune of Gagliano del Capo.


Puglia

Puglia

Apulia (Puglia in Italian called) is a region in southern Italy, located between the Adriatic and the Ionian Sea near Albania, which includes the "heel" and "spur" big boots to Penisula Apennines.


Vieste

Vieste

Vieste is a municipality in the province of Foggia, Puglia, Italy, with a population of 18,963 inhabitants and an area of 169.19 km².



Cities in Bari region

Bari

Bari

Bari is the capital city of the Italian region of Puglia and Bari province. It is located in southern Italy on the Adriatic coast. It is located 299 km from the Italian capital, Rome, and the nearest major city is Lecce, 95 km away. Bari, the second largest city in southern Italy, was originally a commercial, industrial and agricultural importance, an active port and a major point of a network of exchange of goods with Eastern Europe. Its origins are connected with maritime activities in the Middle Ages there, along the coast, a neighborhood built on a pattern apparently originating after Roman models and then readjusted modelulul Byzantine.


Alberobello

Alberobello

Alberobello is a historical city located in southern Italy. Original houses called "Trulli" (singular "Trullo") of Alberobello were submitted in 1996 on the UNESCO world cultural heritage list. The history of this town dates from the second half of the 16th century when a few farmers have received the approval of the feudal family Acquaviva, Count of Conversano, to build homes here. The city itself, situated 50 km from Bari, is quite small with less than 12,000 inhabitants. Their number increases considerably in peak season and weekends when the sites are visited by tourists eager to walk the streets of this historic seat.


Cities in Calabria region

Tropea

Tropea

Tropea is a resort that offers unforgettable landscapes, beaches that attract many tourists in the summer season because it is located on a reef in the bay of St. Euphemia, linked to the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is also called the Coast of the Gods. Centrul istoric este situat in varful unor stanci care domina marea, iar in zona sunt mai multe statiuni si locuri de campare.


Reggio Calabria

Reggio Calabria

Reggio Calabria is a city in Italy, and the provincial capital of the same name. In this city live 186,000 oameni.Oraşul is located on top of the Italian peninsula and is bathed by the Strait of Messina. The town is famous for two Riace bronze statues and is an importer and coastal tourist area.


Capo Vaticano

Capo Vaticano

Capo Vaticano is a common maritime tourism village Riccardi, in the province of Vibo Valentia, Calabria (Italy).




Cities in Lake Garda region

Garda Area

Garda Area

Northern Italy is a land of charming holiday that attracts millions of tourists with its moderate climate and its fascinating history. Lake Garda is the largest and most famous lake in Italy, a favorite summer destination that offers everything from theme parks to stunning castles, Roman ruins and fine cuisine. The lake measures 51 km in length and only 17 km wide, with its culmination point in the south. Lake Garda is located at the intersection of three fascinating regions: Veneto, Lombardy and Trentino. Picturesque villages, medieval castles and alleys scattered throughout the lake shore.


Limone Sul Garda

Limone Sul Garda

Oraș al provinciei Brescia, în Lombardia, este situat pe malul lacului Garda. În ciuda culturilor de lămâi (sensul numelui orașului în italiană) din această zonă, numele orașului este probabil derivat din cuvantul lemnos (ulm) sau limes (în latină: limită – referindu-se la comunele din Brescia și Episcopia Trento).


Garda

Garda

Lacul Garda este cel mai mare lac italian, situat la poalele Alpilor într-o zonă frumoasă la 30 km de Verona, 100 km de Milan și 130 km deVeneția. Lacul Garda oferă  vizitatorilor un scenariu natural splendid, plin de culori, înconjurat de Dolomiții din Brenta la nord. Datorită climei mediteraneene, înflorește o vegetație bogată: lamâi, oleandri, magnolii și bouganvillia. Cultivarea viței de vie și a măslinilor produce vin bun și ulei de măsline. Plimbările lejere prin orașele mici, plimbările cu barca, explorarea împrejurimilor sunt printre alegerile pentru petrecerea timpului liber. În această regiune aproape toate sporturile pot fi practicate de la tenis la paragliding, cățărări, scufundări, karting. Lacul Garda este de asemenea cunoscut pentru viața de noapte, găsiți oriunde restaurante, cafenele, discoteci.


Bardolino

Bardolino

Bardolino is a municipality in the province of Verona, Veneto, Italy, with a population of 7001 inhabitants and an area of 57.33 km².


Manerba

Manerba

Oraș al provinciei Brescia, situat pe partea de sud- vest a lacului Garda, reprezintă o atracție turistică datorită sitului istoric Rocca di Manerba.


Cities in Abruzzo region

Montesilvano

Montesilvano

Montesilvano is a municipality in the province of Pescara, Abruzzo, Italy. The population of 45.845 inhabitants is (1 January 2007).


Santo Stefano Di Sessanio

Santo Stefano Di Sessanio

Santo Stefano di Sessanio is an Italian town of 117 inhabitants in the province of Abruzzo. It is also part of the mountain community of Campo Imperatore plain-navelli. The territory is part of the territory of Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga National Park, constituting, in fact, one of the access ports on the South side.


Cities in Val D Aosta region

Valtournenche

Valtournenche

Valtournenche is a commune in the Valle d'Aosta region in Italy. It can increase the altitude of 1,524 m above n.m. it covers an area of ​​115 km² and in 2010 it has 2,162 inhabitants. The locality is considered as the cradle of mountaineering in Italy.


Aosta

Aosta

Aosta is the capital of the Italian region of Valle d'Aosta. The town lies in a small valley with houses that climb up the slopes of the surrounding mountains. This region has a special status as official languages are Italian and French.


Courmayeur

Courmayeur

Courmayeur is located on the famous Mont Blanc Italian / Monte Bianco, the highest point in Europe with 4810 m altitude. The unique location of the resort development has resulted in Courmayeur, reaching the most 'international' ski resort. Here we speak more languages than in the EU. The popularity of the resort has grown in proportion to the number of foreign skiers.


Cervinia

Cervinia

Breuil Cervinia is a village belonging to the town Valtournenche located in Valle d'Aosta region, Italy. The town is at an altitude of 2,003 m above nm near the Matterhorn (ital. "Monte Cervino" frank. "Mont Cervin").


Cities in Marche region

Ancona

Ancona

Located in the Adriatic Sea coast city of Ancona is the administrative capital of the Marche region and one of its key ports. Approximation of Rome and Bologna, the natural scenic and cultural profile innate allowed to develop as a tourist destination. The settlement was founded in the fourth century BC by Greek colonists arrived from Syracuse, pedo hills (Monte Conero and Monte Astagno) that have been conditioned and organized in the form of an amphitheater around the port. Later in the year 115 AD under Emperor Trajan had sse port whose marking up walls to see you today and a triumphal arch.



Cities in Treviso region

Treviso

Treviso

Treviso is a city in northern Italy and capital of the province with the same name. It is a pleasant city with many attractions that deserve attention, but which serves the basis for proper leaving for trips in surroundings. Rebuilt after the bombing in the Second World War, the town center is a cluster of narrow streets lined with sidewalks and arcades. Looking up you can see fragments of paintings that once decorated the homes of Treviso. The city is surrounded by walls and aqueducts. Sile River runs south of downtown and its waters are directed into channels through town, lined with green houses and banks, weeping willows, fountains and small parks.


Cities in Italian Alps region

Madonna Di Campiglio

Madonna Di Campiglio

In the glamorous winter sports resort Madonna di Campiglio, the theme is "see and be seen". The very elegant resort is situated in a valley at 1,550 m, framed by the impressive Presanella Mountains and Brenta Dolomites. Circled by dark pine forests, the famous ski resort is also a very popular destination for international celebrities. Everything is centred around the pretty pedestrian zone, with its classy boutiques and chic bars and cafes. Numerous guests come each year to enjoy the special flair. With a bit of luck, you can even watch Italian celebrities shopping while you drink a cappuccino or meet celebrities like George Cloony when visiting discos and clubs!


Italian Alps

Italian Alps

The Alps are a mountain range in Europe, stretching from Austria and Slovenia to southeastern France, passing through northern Italy, southern Switzerland, Liechtenstein and southern Germany.


Canazei

Canazei

Canazei is a municipality located in the valley of Val di Fassa Trento Province, Italy. The place is a tourist attraction in winter and summer, being placed at a crossroads with the Dolomites passes like Passo Fedaia to Belluno.


Sestriere

Sestriere

Sestriere (france. Sestrières) is a common place with 887. (2010) in the Province of Turin, Piedmont, Italy.


Passo Tonale

Passo Tonale

Tonale Pass (Italian: Passo del Tonale) (... El 1.883 m / ft) 6178 is an extension of high mountain in northern Italy over Rhaetian Alps, between Lombardy and Trentino.


Olang

Olang

Olang is situated at 1,048 m in the heart of Val Pusteria and is composed of the Oberolang, Mitterolang, Niederolang and Geiselsberg districts. The picturesque village at the foot of Plan de Corones is nestled between Alps and Dolomites: surrounded by the impressive Prags Dolomites to the south and the Riesenferner Massif in the north, a fascinating panorama awaits. From Geiselsberg you have direct access to the ski area. A free ski bus runs every 20 minutes from all districts to the valley station Gassl at Geiselsberg in winter. Modern lift systems, short waiting times, very well prepared pistes and gorgeous views make this ski area one of the loveliest in the Dolomites. Tobogganing fans will also know the name, as the tobogganing world championships were held here for the second time in 2000! Moreover, numerous leisure activities are available, the different restaurants and lodges invite you in for refreshment and you will certainly find just the right souvenir in the shops.


Maggiore Lake Area

Maggiore Lake Area

Lake Maggiore (Italian: Lago Maggiore, pronounced [laːɡo maddʒoːre] letter 'largest lake ") or Lago Verbano ([Verbano]; Latin: Lacus Verbanus) is a large lake located on the south side of the Alps.


Aprica

Aprica

Aprica is located at 1,181 m altitude in the lovely Veltlin valley, in the north of Lombardy. The winter sports resort has approx. 1,600 inhabitants and is situated just eastern of the Passo dell'Aprica, which is the cross-over point from Veltlin to Valcamonica. A modern infrastructure awaits you here, bedded into a wonderful landscape. Many accommodations lay directly on the piste and offer an easy access onto the diverse ski area. There are some wonderful panorama descents available which lead down directly into the valley. Especially families and beginners will feel well at home here. The relaxing and regenerating mountain climate, as well as a good number of sunny days will surely contribute to your unforgettable holiday experience here. Away from the pistes you can enjoy the pool complex with spa area, a climbing hall or a round on the ice rink.


Sesto

Sesto

At the exit of Alta Pusteria is a wonderful place in South Tyrol: Sexten valley. In the centre of the valley, flanked by several 3000 m high peaks and the Tre Cime nature park is the main resort Sexten, situated on an altitude of 1,310 m. Alpinists, lovers of nature, romantics and visitors interested in culture will find the perfect starting point for diverse ski holidays. Apart from the ski area right above the village, the muncipality of Sexten offers many leisure time activities. After skiing you can choose between three toboggan runs with lengths of up to 6.5 km. The Rotwand run is illuminated in the evening, so that you can go tobogganing until it's time to end the day in one of the nearby mountain huts. If you prefer it a little more comfy, you should try out a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snowy larch meadows. You can go play curling in the Sports Centre Dolomitiarena Sexten, or test your own strength in a climbing lesson in Nordic Arena. The futuristic building made from wood and glass is 23 m high, which makes it the largest indoor climbing hall in Italy. Fans of hiking can look forward to the densest network of hiking trails in all of South Tyrol.


Cities in Lazio region

Fiano Romano

Fiano Romano

Fiano Romano is a commune belonging to the province of Rome, Lazio region, Italy, with a population of about 14000 inhabitants. Fiano Romano can be easily reached from Rome via the A1 motorway.


Fiumicino

Fiumicino

Fiumicino is a commune in the Province of Rome, Lazio in Italy. In 2011 it had a population of 68.454 inhabitants.


Cities in Friuli Venezia Giulia region

Trieste

Trieste

Trieste is a city in northeastern Italy, capital of Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Known as the "pearl of the Adriatic", the town is small and unusual, with influences from all partiel world. Housed between the Carso mountains and the sea, is the capital of operettas and the "bella vita". The city is located in the Gulf of Trieste Trieste, which is why he was influenced by German culture, Latin and Slavonic. Heritage and cultural or artistic status is related to the border town. Here you can see examples of old Romanian architecture (a small theater near the sea, a beautiful arch in the old town and an interesting Roman museum), the Austrian Empire architecture in downtown and a mix of styles Mediterranean atmosphere, since the Trieste was an important port in the eighteenth century.


Grado

Grado

Grado is a municipality in the province of Gorizia, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy, with a population of 8.611 inhabitants and an area of 111.33 km².



Cities in Umbria region

Perugia

Perugia

Perugia is a city in the region of Umbria in central Italy near the Tiber River. Perugia is a beautiful medieval hill town with Gothic palaces and jazz cafes, where ancient alleys of stone paths with walks nineteenth century. Here were born some of Umbria's most prominent artists, including Gentile da Fabiano and Perugino (Pietro Vannucci), authors of Pinturicchio, Raphael and La Spagna. Perugia is also a respected university town, student community animating cultural calendar. He was one of the 12 cities of the Etruscan confederation, and although subjected to Rome in 310 BC, has always vacillated between different leaders.


Assisi

Assisi

Assisi is a town in the central Italian region of Umbria and is located 19 km east of Perugia at an altitude of 400 m. Assisi is known as the birthplace of St. Francis - patron saint of Italy, founder of the Franciscan order and one of the most famous Catholic saints in history. The main attraction is the Church of St. Francis schools built in XIII, where the day and of the holy relics that bear his name, but also an impressive fresco, where we can find some moments and scenes from his life. In Assisi longer worth a visit for the history, beauty and their architecture at least seven churches.


Cities in Val di Fassa region

Val Di Fassa

Val Di Fassa

Underlying Fassa Valley is nestled among Italian Dolomites Fassa Valley. Valley flows over about 20 km and is surrounded by some of the most famous peaks of the Dolomites ".


Campitello

Campitello

This is one of the most significant winter sports centres in Val di Fassa, looming at an altitude of 1,448 m. The picturesque resort of Campitello is dominated by the majestic Langkofel (3,181 m) and Col Rodella (2,485 m). Campitello offers a direct connection to the Sella Ronda round trip where you'll experience guaranteed fun. As this idyllic resort enjoys many days of good weather, you can relax in the sun and marvel at the wonderful nature after your time on the piste. Cosy cafés invite you to sit down and enjoy a coffee of Campari in the afternoon sun, the mostly family-run pizzerias offer fantastic house-made pizza and pasta. Every year on carnival Sunday there is traditional mask parade in Campitello which is a spectacular view for all visitors in the region.


Alba

Alba

Alba (1,517 m), the quieter district of Canazei, is especially well-known for its black extreme run, which descends steeply into the valley. The 3-km long descent with a 658 m difference in altitude proves a challenge for all ambitions ski freaks. Access to the pistes and tracks is made perfect with the cable car, which leaves from Alba and goes directly up to Ciampac (2,100 m).The traditional village offers its guests numerous paths and trails, which run directly from the valley floor to the mountain peaks. These surround the resort and are a popular destination for hiking enthusiasts. Many bars invite you in to a cosy drink and in the neighbouring resort Canazei there are many further possibilities to find diverse entertainment, e.g. in the Eghe Wellness Centre.


Pozza

Pozza

Pozza di Fassa (1,320 m) lies at the foot of the Rosengarten (2,983 m) in the centre of Val di Fassa, and attracts guests with its typical Mediterranean flair. Thanks to its central location, the resort is a great starting point from which to explore the area's landscape. Pozza is a bit of a quieter resort, perfect for families. The little alleyways with their cafés and bars with sun terraces invite to relax in the sun and have a coffee, cappuccino or campari after an active day skiing.Culture buffs will find the Ladin museum and the natural ice rink invites guests to skate in front of the surrounding mountains' impressive landscape. In the "Dolomia" thermal springs, visitors can relax mind and body after an eventful day. The sulfurous source in Pozza is the only one in Trentino.


Vigo

Vigo

The cosy resort of Vigo (1,382 m) lies directly in front of a gorgeous panoramic view of Rosengarten (2,981 m). Not only does the idyllic location of the resort make it especially interesting, but also the lively resort centre boasts the characteristics of the old ruling system to this day. At one time, Vigo was a religious centre and home to the public administration headquarters of the valley. Despite its southern flair, there is less hustle and bustle than in the other remaining towns. Families will especially appreciate the manageable size of the resort. From pleasant walks through the forest and pure skiing delight to exciting climbing opportunities, Vigo holds its own as an excellent holiday destination for travellers.


Cities in Val di Fiemme region

Cavalese

Cavalese

Cavalese (1,000 m) is the administrative centre of Val di Fiemme and wins guests with its Italian flair. Situated on a sunny terrace in Val di Fiemme, the historically important resort Cavalese, with its majestic renaissance palace, stands apart from typical winter sports resorts. Various other activities for both sports fans and culture buffs are available in Cavalese, in addition to varied days on the piste. Relax in the numerous restaurants or traditional eateries. The other resorts in Val di Fiemme also invite you to take a day trip. Here you will find indoor pools, tennis courts, an ice stadium and outdoor ice rinks.


Predazzo

Predazzo

As the largest district of the area, with approx. 5,000 inhabitants, the popular resort Predazzo is located in the north-east of the Val di Fiemme at 1,018 m altitude. The resort characterises itself with its liveliness, which can be experienced at many cultural events and in the cosy regional pubs. The town's landmark are the churches Santi Filippi and Giacomo, built in 1866. After an exciting day on the piste all round Predazzo, the indoor pool or also the sports centre with indoor tennis courts invite you to try other sporty activities. Also the other resorts in the Val di Fiemme are worth a visit. There you will find such things as an ice stadium and outdoor ice rinks.


Ziano

Ziano

Centrally located in Val di Fiemme is the picturesque resort Ziano, a good starting point for tours in the Latemar Mountains and the Lagorai Massif. Expansive meadows and spruce forests offer a charming landscape that reaches right up to the resort's edge. The resort also offers a theatre and diverse restaurants, so that guests certainly won't be bored off-piste. The lifts are located near the resort and are comfortably reached with the ski bus. Cross-country fans will find trails commencing directly in resort that run, e.g. to the village Predazzo. Val di Fiemme's other resorts also offer great day trip destinations; here guests will find indoor pools, toboggan runs, an ice stadium and outdoor ice rinks.


Cities in Madonna Di Campiglo region

Pinzolo

Pinzolo

Dreamy Pinzolo is at an altitude of 770 m, located south of the neighbouring resort Madonna di Campiglio in the picturesque Val Rendena. Pinzolo provides the opportunity for an unforgettable vacation, even for those on a tighter budget. The landmark of the resort, the old Church of San Viglio, is know for its beautiful frescoes. The accessible ski area around the Doss del Sabion (2,100 m) with its 32 km of pistes is perfectly geared toward a first adventure on skis. Thanks to the gentle slopes and a special holiday program for kids families are also in good hands. In addition to the different town festivals that take place throughout the year, the charming resort is also the site of the ski race Val Rendena.


Cities in Paganella region

Andalo

Andalo

The area was formerly home to 14 farm yards which had established between Molveno, Cavedago and Fai della Paganella on the high plateau. Today the 14 farms have come together to one popular holiday resort. A centre for activity seekers which is located ideally between the Paganella massif and the Brenta Dolomites. From Andalo winter sports fans have direct access to the diverse ski areas "Paganella". Due to the large sports centre and further establishments the resort also can offer an extensive entertainment programme away from the slopes. A destination where boredom is practically non-existent!


Fai della Paganella

Fai della Paganella

In the past few centuries, Fai della Paganella has been a popluar gathering point in the Paganella area and by the beginning of the 19th century, the first skiing pioneers were already exploring the region. Today, the ski area caters to modern requirements with advanced lift and snowmaking systems. With its traditional houses, the resort kept its rural charme. The beautiful landscapes of the Trentino region make an ideal surrounding for active holidays that you can spend not also with winter sports, but also also with plenty of other varied activities. The sunny location on a high-plateau, the tranquility and Fai della Paganella's charm will enchant you!


Cities in Val Di Sole region

Mezzana

Mezzana

The mountain village Mezzana lies at a torrent on approx. 940 m altitude and is one of the richest communities in beautiful Trentino. Thanks to the scenery and the close-by ski area, Mezzana has turned into a popular holiday resort. It is surrounded by the Adamello-Presanella-Massif, the Ortler-Cevedale and the Brenta-Dolomites mountain groups. The ski area Val di Sole as well as the Skirama Dolomiti can be reached via the cable car starting in the district Marilleva 900. In this district you can also find Mezzana's sport's centre with e.g. an ice rink and tennis courts.


Marilleva 1400

Marilleva 1400

Marilleva belongs to the Mezzana locality and has two centres, one situated at 900 m and the other at 1,400 m. One can travel to the higher district by car or comfortably with the gondola. The infrastructure in laid-back Marilleva 1400 is laid out so that everything is easy to reach without a car. The lifts run from here into the ski area, which is connected with bordering ski areas of Folgarida and Madonna di Campiglio. If you haven't had enough snow by evening, you can take advantage of the floodlit pistes in Marilleva 1400.



Cities in Plan de Corones region

Antholz

Antholz

Antholz (1,241 m) stretches into the 21 km long Antholz Valley, a narrow side valley of the Val Pusteria. At the end is Lake Antholz, with the majestic Hochgall (3,435 m) rising over it. The glacier belongs to the Riesenferner Group, which connects the valley with Austria through the "Staller Sattel" Pass. Antholz is known, above all, as a cross-country and biathlon paradise: the annual biathlon world cup is held here, and the 2007 biathlon world championships was held on the local tracks. Antholz also offers quite a bit to alpine skiers and boarders. The blue pistes on "Riepenlift" in Mitter Valley are perfectly suited for beginners and young skiers.Not far from Antholz (approx. 15 minutes) is the Plan de Corones ski area, which complements your ski enjoyment with over 119 kilometres of piste and lovely ski lodges. The ski area is easily and comfortably reached with the free ski bus! In addition to the pistes, the two toboggan runs "Staller Sattel" (5 km long) and "Steinzgeralm" (2.5 km long), as well as the ice skating rink, ensure additional winter fun. Various tours through snowy, fairy-tale landscapes and crunching snow await hiking enthusiasts.


Reischach

Reischach

Reischach (956 m) is situated on a sunny high plateau at the foot of Plan de Corones. The resort owes its name to the legendary Rischon Mountain. With its 1,300 inhabitants, the resort doesn't only offer a beautiful panorama over the surrounding mountain area, but is also the ideal place to do winter sports. Modern lift systems that take you up to 2,275 m in the ski area Plan de Corones start directly on the edge of the resort. The very well prepared pistes and beautiful views make this resort one of the loveliest in the Dolomites. Boarders, carvers and leisurely skiers are offered a first-class experience! Cross-country fans can look forward to approx. 15 km of trails. Ice skating, tobogganing, curling or in the spa paradise "Cron4" offer a large programme of leisure activities away from the slopes.


Pfalzen

Pfalzen

Pfalzen is situated at 1,220 m in Val Pusteria and is known for its beautiful, sunny location. A mix of Italian and Austrian cooking is also a treat. Typical specialities from the area include "Hasenöhrl" and "Tirtlan". For those who want to enjoy more than these tasty delicacies, Pfalzen offers various sports and free time activities. Tobogganing, curling, or a romantic winter walk offer something for young and old! Plan de Corones ski region, which can be easily reached with the ski bus, offers wide, groomed piste for all ski and snowboarders. The area is considered one of the few modern ski areas in the Alps where 100% of the piste are able to be covered by snow cannons in case snowflakes don't fall.


St. Vigil

St. Vigil

The Dolomites encircle the village like a crown, and the nature park Fanes-Sennes-Prags begins directly at the end of the resort. The location couldn't be more idyllic. This is how the South Tyrolean mountain village of St. Vigil enchants with is Alpine charm and unique culture - of which includes residents speaking Ladin, as well as preservation of the Ladin traditions. The village impresses with its Baroque-style parish church in the centre and its cosy little wooden houses built in an Alpine style. Visitors can truly enjoy serenity and nature, but also the close proximity to one of South Tyrol's most popular ski mountains, the Kronplatz. With the Miara gondola, you can make your way directly into the ski area with 119 km of piste. Here, winter sports fans transform into experts: Both the Italian ski racers Manuela and Manfred Mölgg originally come from St. Vigil.


Cities in Alta Pusteria region

Innichen

Innichen

The friendly small town of San Candido (German: "Innichen") is located at an altitude of 1,175 m in Hochpustertal on the border of Austria. Surrounded by the wonderful peaks of the Dolomites and the dark moor lakes, this family-friendly town not only offers beautiful nature due to its special location in Sesto Dolomites nature reserve but also lots of fun. The pleasant pedestrian area invites you to enjoy a shopping trip and is definitely worth a visit. But of course, first and foremost, numerous pistes ensure fun and action. Around San Candido, there are also good possibilities for going tobogganing, on a snow shoe hike and for ski tours.


Cities in Monte Bondone region

Monte Bondone

Monte Bondone

Rich in history, the mountain Monte Bondone is located only approx. 15 km from Trent. The three idyllic districts at the Monte Bondone offer an ideal entry point to the ski area. After an exciting day on the pistes there are some great activities on offer, such as après ski on the pistes, ice skating and tobogganing. In the various restaurants and pizzerias, the famous Italian kitchen is waiting to be enjoyed and is a great way to let the day come to a close.For nature lovers this area is perfect: in the nature reserve Tre Cime del Monte Bondone and the Alpine Botanical Gardens visitors can enjoy the harmony and peace in nature. Also very worthy of a visit is the city of Trent with its historic town centre, the romantic cathedral, various museums and great shopping possibilities.


Cities in Alpe di Siusi region

Kastelruth

Kastelruth

Castelrotto (German: "Kastelruth"; 1,060 m), known due to the Kastelruther Spatzen, is a lively and traditional mountain village with a pretty, historical centre that attracts tourists all year-round. The wide-spread district covers resorts such as Pfuels, Runggaditsch, Siusi allo Sciliar, Seiser Alm, St. Michael, St. Oswald, St. Valentin, St. Vigil, Tagusens, Tisens and Sureghes, whereby the Seiser Alm stretches over nearly the entire district. Castelrotto attracts its guests with a rich selection of gastronomy, respectable night-life and a lovely, picturesque resort centre. Even with all the frequent tourism, the resort has still maintained its original village charm. The area around Castelrotto can be explored on a wide-spread net of cross-country ski trails and winter hiking tracks or also on a snowshoe hike. A dominant eye-catcher is the rock formation at the Santnerspitze (2,414 m) and the famous Schlern (2,565 m).


Cities in Ortler Region region

Sulden am Ortler

Sulden am Ortler

Sulden is situated at the foot of the Ortler (3,905 m), Southern Tyrols highest mountain. The resort in which mountaineering legend Reinhold Messner found his second home and established a flock of yaks on the alpine pastures welcomes winter sports enthusiasts in a ski area on 1,900 - 3,250 m altitude with guaranteed snow all winter. In Sulden, leisure time fun can not only be had on the slopes: explore the beautiful landscapes of the Stilfserjoch National Park on hikes and romantic horse-drawn carriage rides.