A trip to Italy was a real miracle for me, a dream come true. I fell in love with this country at first sight – the way you can fall in love with a person. Therefore, it is very difficult to talk about your feelings – involuntarily repeated in each sentence empty and faceless words “beautiful”, “wonderful” and “amazing”. But still I will try …
It all started with the fact that my young man and I came to a travel agency and bought a ticket to Italy. Our tour was called “Classical Italy” and included visiting Venice, Padua, Florence, Rome and San Marino. We traveled in a group of 17 people, accompanied by a guide Tamara and a very charming Italian driver Pierrot.
We were brought from Ancona airport to the small town of Kavardzere, near Venice. Many in our group Continue reading
For those who plan to spend their holidays with children, you should definitely visit Lake Garda, near which there is a huge amusement park and attractions – Gardaland / Gardaland – an Italian analogue of Disney Park.
The entertainments on the paper plan of the park are numbered and grouped according to the main color groups:
16 red “fantasies” (this includes the Transguardian Express sightseeing cruises and the Panorama Tour tour cable car) and other thematic “trips” in trolleys, various boats and boats, airplanes, etc., etc.
For the youngest kids there is an interesting and colorful area of the Kingdom, where all kinds of pigs, Continue reading
Everyone knows how Italians love football. But perhaps they love alpine skiing no less. It is not surprising that in this southern country they love skiing so much. After all, the entire northern border of Italy is the southern spurs of the Alps, where the magnificent ski resorts are located. In the northwest, near the border with France and Switzerland, is the Val d’Aosta Valley, surrounded by four thousandths – Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa, Cervino (Matterhorn) and Gran Paradiso. There are wonderful ski resorts here – the dream of everyone who is even a little skiing. The valley has 900 km of ski slopes, which are united by a single ski pass “Valle d-Aosta”, 166 cable lifts. A skier of any level can find a track for comfortable skiing here. There are a lot of wide “blue” tracks for beginners, various “red” tracks for the middle level and “black” tracks, the maximum slope of which is 78%. In this valley there are such world-famous resorts as Courmayeur, Cervinia, La Thuile, Pyla, Sestriere. Continue reading