Stunning. Intriguing. Breathtaking. Simple. Majestic. The words that come to mind to describe Sardinia are as diverse as the island itself. Located just south of its French sibling, the island of Corsica, Sardinia is often regarded as a continent in its own right.
Amongst the many wonders of the “Bel Paese” you can’t miss the Vittoriale degli italiani (The shrine of Italian victories), a complex of buildings, amphitheatre, majestic gardens, and war relics celebrating the heroic deeds of the Italians during the First World War and the genius of 19th century Italian poet, novelist, dramatist, journalist, military hero and political leader Gabriele D’Annunzio.
Italy dedicates February 17 to domestic felines, but in Rome it’s an everyday celebration.