Monthly Archives: luglio 2014

Camaiore, the Gem of Versilia

Along the Versilia Coast, Camaiore certainly stands out as a rare and precious gem. Lying at the foot of the Apuan Alps, its territory extends uniquely through four different geographic areas. Continue reading

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140th Palio edition for Casole d’Elsa

It may not be as old as Siena’s, which apparently goes back until the Middle Ages, but 140 editions is quite a good feat in my personal opinion. The beautiful medieval hilltop town of Casole d’Elsa with its gorgeous Romanesque … Continue reading

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Pampering Cortona

Cortona, Cortona Mix Festival, Tuscan Sun Festival, Cattedrale di Santa Maria Nuova, Giorgio Vasari, personal chef, cooking lessons Continue reading

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Passo della Consuma, the corridor between Florence and Arezzo

Passo della Consuma, the Consuma Pass, separates the territory of Florence from Arezzo’s lush green valleys of the Casentino. Continue reading

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