LANGHE SCORES ITALY'S 50th UNESCO SITE

 

 

The hilly Langhe-Roero and Monferrato regions of Piemonte have been added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites, giving Italy the grand total of fifty nominations ¿½ more than any other country. The region covers some 100 sq kms with twenty-nine historic towns and villages in six areas of the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo.


28 Jun 2014 More

VALLE D'AOSTA GATHERING OF THE CLANS

Cornamusa, cultura e musica scozzese a Firenze

 

The Veny Valley and the towns of Courmayeur and Saint-Didier will welcome some 350 artistes from Italy, Scotland, Wales, Poland, France and Canada between the 3rd -6th July 2014 for the 18th Great Celtic International Festival of music, art and culture.


25 Jun 2014 More

ALBANO ANCIENT FESTIVAL REVIVED


 

The Aricino-Nemorense branch of the Italian Archeoclub recently organized a historic re-enactment of the ancient Festival of the Latin Peoples (Feriae Latinae) on Monte Cavo, the highest point of the extinct volcano some 20 kms south of Rome.


22 Jun 2014 More

PUCCINI FESTIVAL BY THE LAKE

 

Summer is the time of Festivals. The Puccini Festival ¿½ the only festival entirely dedicated to the celebrated Italian composer - has been running for sixty years at the small town where the maestro created some of his best loved operas, like “Tosca”, “Madame Butterfly”, “La Fanciulla del West”, “La Rondine” and the “Trittico”.

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19 Jun 2014 More

MANNERS FOR RUSSIAN TOURISTS

 

The luxury hotel group Soft Living Places of Versilia has launched online a 3 minute video advising Russian tourists on how to behave when staying in Italian grand hotels.

16 Jun 2014 More

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