For a romantic walk with your beloved away from the crowds, there is no better place for lovers than the two gardens dedicated to two fragrant flowers, just a stone’s throw from the far more famous Piazzale Michelangelo. Opened in 1895, the Rose Garden was created by the architect Giuseppe Poggi when the capital of Italy moved from Turin to Florence. It is home to around 1,000 varieties of roses and offers a picturesque view of the city.
Drive around a few bends up the hill from the city center and you will arrive at Fiesole, Florence’s panoramic terrace, a wonderful hilltop hamlet overlooking the city that was once an Etruscan fortress, and which for a time was home to Frank Lloyd Wright. Here, besides the breathtaking view almost 300 meters above Florence, there are villas, museums and even a Roman amphitheatre where concerts are held.
The Blue Path--Cinque Terre’s easiest, most visited trail--is divided into four parts and connects all five villages. In general, visitors love to stay in Monterosso as it’s the only one of the five towns with a proper beach, and they arrive by train or boat in one of the four other towns to hike their way back.
Good morning! Every year in April and October Milan hosts Fiori & Sapori :hibiscus::cherries: , a special fair on the banks of chic Naviglio Grande channel, dedicated to flowers and food. More than 200 florists and gourmet local producers exhibit their pr
Santa Maria dell'Isola is certainly the most attractive and interesting place to see in Tropea, Italy. Its founding is unknown, but the Byzantine administration placed it there so that the monks could better control the surroundings. The current facade o