Regions of Italy, a detailed description of the regions of the country
The administrative division of Italy has 20 unique and distinctive regions, combining picturesque nature, unique attractions and well-developed infrastructure. Map of the regions of Italy: The regional division of Italy…

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Folgaria - comfortable for beginners and interesting for professionals
In the southeast of Trentino is Folgaria - the land of quiet villages and interesting trails, the best place for those who decide to relax with their whole family. The…

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Madonna di Campiglio - a glamorous ski vacation
When the sea becomes cool, and the alpine peaks are covered with thick snow, the powers that be change the beach resorts to ski resorts. The rich and famous go…

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ENTERTAINMENT PARKS IN ITALY

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.

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Valle D’Aosta

Valle d’Aosta is an autonomous region of Italy, the smallest region of Italy, located on the border with Switzerland (from the north) and France (from the west), whose capital is Aosta (35.3 thousand inhabitants). Area 3262 km2. The population of 107.9 thousand people. (1968); He speaks Italian and French, in the Monte Rosa area – in German dialects.

Valle d’Aosta is located in the northwest of Italy. Here are the highest mountains in Europe: Mont Blanc 4807 m and Monte Rosa 4634 m, as well as such peaks as Cervino and Gran Paradiso.

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Skiing

One of the main winter tourism destinations is skiing. Italy deservedly enjoys fame in this form of outdoor activities. It rightfully takes one of the first places to visit by European skiers, and in 2009 the Dolomites of Italy were included in the UNESCO World Heritage List and are now a nature reserve.

The Italian skiing centers are a whole network of first-class resort areas with ultra-modern ski slopes that are scattered across all the southern slopes of the giant Alps arc, encircling the country from the north and north-west. Many popular tourist resorts are concentrated here, as well as a huge number of small mountain villages and villages that welcome guests at any time of the year. The mild climate, sunny winters, a large amount of snow, the beauty and Continue reading

Venice for children
Despite the fact that Venice has a very romantic image and lovers from all over the world strive to get here, couples with children do not lag behind them. Many…

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Genoa
Genoa is a historic coastal city and the largest Italian port in northern Italy, the capital of the province of Genoa and the historical region of Liguria. Located on the…

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VENICE CARNIVAL
The Venice Carnival - the ancestor of all other carnivals - to this day remains the most famous and popular carnival in Europe and, along with the carnival in Rio…

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Madonna di Campiglio - a glamorous ski vacation
When the sea becomes cool, and the alpine peaks are covered with thick snow, the powers that be change the beach resorts to ski resorts. The rich and famous go…

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