Discover the regions of Italy through the wonders they offer. Here some of the regions present at the Dolce Vita in London 2012.
Tutti frutti in the Province of La Spezia
Take a stroll along the trails, surfing on the waves, water rafting down rivers on a dinghy and on a canoe, slowly admiring the territory by bicycle or horse riding; these are just some of the options the tourist has available to discover the nature, the beauty of the landscapes and enjoy the Fruits of the territory of the province of La Spezia.
The old part of Luni, a Roman town which was a strategic port for olive oil and wine trading, is surrounded by the terraces of the Cinque Terre cultivated with grapes, the monumental landscape architecture realized through man’s hard and skilled work, recognized by UNESCO World Heritage, the pastures and organic chestnut groves of the Vara Valley, the widespread vegetables gardens, mussel farming in the Golfo dei Poeti.
In the area there are plenty of villages and medieval castles, museums, parks and marine reserves; they are the generous Fruits of history, art and environmental protection. Here, in the “Triangolo del gusto”, (i.e. taste triangle), which is one of the world’s most important food and wine districts, the Fruits of agriculture and fishing in the province of La Spezia turn into delicacies for gourmet palates, through an itinerary which links the mountains to the sea. Tuttifrutti of the Province of La Spezia: there is always a good reason to get to know them or rediscover them.
VISION ITALY – PAVIA (LOMBARDY) –
Even though it is less than 30 kms south of Milan, the beautiful medieval town of Pavia remains off the beaten track.
Lying on the banks of the Ticino River, it is truly an authentic, unspoilt microcosmos, untouched by mass tourism.
Around the town unfolds a landscape of plains covered in checker-board rice paddies. Nearby rolling hills rise up, scattered with castles and abbeys perched amid soft green vinyards and chestnut woods. Activities: Art and Gourmet Highlights, Shopping Tours, Italian Classes, Cookery Lessons, Ski Slopes, Walking and Trekking, Airbalooning, Truflle and Mushroom picking, Cheese Making, Painting and Sculpting, Spa Holidays, Opera and Art, Romantic Weddings, Individual Itineraries with private car or mini-bus, Group Services and Tours, Incentive Holidays, Exclusive Backstage Visits.
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Discover the Flower riviera
In this corner of Liguria, bordering to the west with the French Riviera, quality of life is part of the tradition. An ever mild climate favours the growing of local produce used in the preparation of the simple but creative recipes of the Mediterranean cooking (pasta, extra virgin olive oil, vegetables, fish, wine). Here the beauty of the sea can be appreciated from the beach or from the boat of exciting whale- watching trips to the Sanctuary of Cetaceans. In the Flower Riviera historical mansions linked to great characters of the past are but a short distance from the medieval villages and olive groves of the hinterland and the amazing palette of colours of the Ligurian Alps.
One of the richest and most developed regions in Europe and a major cultural and tourist centre, containing major cities such as Bologna, home of one of the first universities in the world, the renaissance city of Parma and Modena (birthplace of the late Luciano Pavarotti). Emilia Romagna is also a prime centre for iconic foods (such as Parmiggano Reggiano, Parma Ham and Balsamic Vinegar), wines such as Lambrusco, Romagna’s Sangiovese, Bologna’s Pignoletto and for the production of specialist and iconic automobiles and superbikes (Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, De Tomaso and Ducati – to name but a few). The region also provides a lively and colourful coastline, with numerous tourist resorts such as Rimini and Riccione and the beautiful mountain area of the Appennines (where some of the best Italian skiing and resorts can be found).
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Bergamo and its surrounding province are without doubt amongst the most beautiful parts of Lombardy, with their remarkable variety of unique ambiences and environments! Situated between the green plains of the Po Valley, the Iseo Lake and the Orobie Alps, this territory is recognised as one of the most picturesque in the Italian lakes region.History, tradition, art, sport, well-being and nature: these are the many facets that make the province of Bergamo so fascinating, placing it firmly on every visitor’s list of essential destinations to discover in Italy.