Italy is a fascinating country rich in history, art, architectural beauties. It is also and above all full of unusual, mysterious places that are almost unique in their kind such as:
It is ‘a magical and timeless place where you can get lost and be enchanted’. The fame of Scarzuola is certainly given by the presence of the Saint Francis of Assisi to whom the construction of the convent is attributed. However the main attraction is given by the “ideal city” which takes shape behind the Franciscan convent. The construction was the work of Tomaso Buzzi a well-known Italian architect and designer. The Buzzian city is a real theatrical machine capable of leading the tourist to lead an alternative journey. A trip out of the ordinary.
La Rocchetta takes its name from the homonymous count Cesare Mattei who had it built in the 19th century. A place that is nothing short of fascinating, sometimes intriguing. Moreover this place is capable of generating an almost fairytale atmosphere.
The park is located in the Tuscan Maremma, precisely in Capalbio. Inside there are 22 statues all inspired by the arcane figures of the tarot. These figures create a bizarre but at the same time magical atmosphere. They create a parallel universe. The park is completely surrounded by greenery, certainly an added value.
Bright and festive colors are the characteristics of the park that can transmit positive vibes. The museum was created in 1969, in the complex of the monastery of Santa Barbara. Furthermore, Mammola, the town where the park comes to life, offers an important and wide gastronomic offer.
Known for its splendid panorama to say the least. In fact, on clear days it is possible to see Pantelleria. In addition this place where art and nature come together is capable of delighting all types of visitors of any age. The site was discovered by a Sicilian shepherd, who in 30 years has transformed it into a fantastic open-air theater. A beauty that is rare to say the least. To discover other fantastic and thrilling places you can consult our go in Italy programming by simply clicking HERE .
Duration: 6 days / 5 nights
Spoleto is an Umbrian city surrounded by hills, olive trees and vineyards that allows the visitor to take a real dip in the past. Enclosed within a very large plain, the city developed on the Sant’Elia hill and then continued towards the areas of Monteluco and up to the banks of the Tessino. An eclectic […]