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Cagliari Cruise Port, thanks to its Safe Travels Stamp, was among the first to resume post-pandemic operations, welcoming 14 three different cruise ships in 2020, while in 2021 about 50 ships from 13 different cruise lines are expected. This goes to show the appreciation ship owners have for this cruise…
The Po Trail is an itinerary of 600 kilometres along the banks of the great river, starting from Pian del Re and ending in Pila. It is divided into four sections by the river’s evolutionary phases: birth, development, maturity and transformation. The route, which crosses Piedmont, Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna and Veneto…
A 300-kilometre trail winding through the heart of Italy from Umbria, crossing Latium and coming close to the border with Campania. An itinerary of 16 stages in the footsteps of St. Benedict of Norcia linking the three main Benedictine sites: Norcia which is the saint’s birthplace, Subiaco where he lived…
There is an alternative way to discover the fabulous landscapes of Sardinia. Just tak the Trenino Verde (Little Green Train) that connects the coast to the hinterland. Traveling along the historic Trenino Verde railway line, that for 130 years has connected the interior of Sardinia to the coast, you will…
This exciting tour of Puglia begins along the Adriatic ridge, on a 150-kilometre cycle path starting in Siponto, passing the Margherita di Savoia salt pans, which has been a protected nature reserve since 1977, and the splendid villages of Trani, Bisceglie, Molfetta and Giovinazzo. After a stop in Bitonto, the…
After Zurich, Helsinki, Paris, London, Nuremberg and Berlin, Foxtrail has finally arrived in the Eternal City. With its urban adventure formula, which is a mix between an outdoor escape game and a treasure hunt based on interactive clues, Foxtrail is the new way to discover Rome while having fun. Urban…
Piedmont is a real mine of ideas for outdoor activities and enjoying nature, good food and the region’s cultural heritage and traditions. From Mount Rosa to the Ossola and Biellese peaks, from Turin’s Alps to those of Cuneo with Mount Monviso and up to the hills of the Alta Langa…
Tuscany has a huge variety of ancient historical and religious itineraries of inestimable natural and cultural excellence like the Via Francigena, which has religious origins and led ancient pilgrims to holy places passing through villages, towns and cities. Travelling along this route Sigeric, the Archbishop of Canterbury, entered Tuscany over…
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