Visiting Turin is not only going around to see museums and monuments, but it’s also enjoying the “movida”, which is the night life.
This Spanish word, in fact, is perfect in ordr to describe what happens after sunset, when lights are turned on and people get ready to go out after a long day spent in the office or at university.
Imperia offers you a very special offer (get 2 at the price of 1!): Oneglia and Porto Maurizio. Two harbours, two historical centers and two different aspects of the same city.
It is simply brilliant, and due to this region you definitely have to visit it, even for just a weekend or a couple of days.
Where to plan your next vacation across Italy? What a great question, actually, since it depends according to what you decide to do once you are there.
Do you prefer seaside, mountain or lake? According to your answer, then, you will be able to choose which Italian region can satisfy you better.
In fact, if you really like seaside, you should better not to go to Piedmont, for example, since you won’t be able to wear your costume over there. Continue reading
Torino Comics & Games 2013 reached its 19th edition, and it was hosted by the Lingotto Complex during April 12-14th.
For whom doesn’t know it, it is one of the Italian trade shows dedicated to comics, giving the chance to the fans to meet authors, play tournaments, buy some games, manga or posters at a cheper price.
If you are in the beautiful Tuscan city of Lucca, there are some places not to be missed. Here there is a short but interesting list.
The Guinigi Tower, with its 130 stairs, is one Lucca’s XIV Century towers, and it offers a breathless view of the area. It is located in Via Guinigi, one of the best-preserved medieval street in the city, which also hosts the famous Case del Giunigi, a complex of brick houses and towers. Continue reading