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Traveling with children: Genoa’s Aquarium

Genoa’s Aquarium is Italy’s most famous one thanks to it’s variety of species it hosts and to the excellent manner in which it’s structured. Set on the picturesque old port, it comprises a main building and a number of smaller attractions scattered around the area. …

Umbria, best accommodations in Assisi

Assisi, the city in witch Saint Francis and Saint Clare were born, is a place linked with peace, humilty and charity. As for accommodations, however, there are mainly exclusive hotels that search their spirituality into a mixture of elegance and …

Palermo’s old quarters: the Albergheria

Palermo – a melting pot of European and Oriental cultures, Christinanity and Islam, Baroque, Norman, Art Nouveau. Its split personality of heroic courage and passive resignation are evident in its aromas, flavours, folklore, history, ancient glories, modern day problems, urban …

Contemporary and Modern Art in Milan

If Rome, Florence and Venice represent the Italian artistic tradition, Milan constitutes the creative epicenter of new trends in Contemporary Art. In Milan there is a notable number of museums, public and private exhibition spaces, galleries, foundations, workshops and laboratories …