A few kilometres North of Siena, one will encounter this city on the road in from Florence.
Oggi tutto sembra portare alla ricerca della velocità supersonica, ma si può andare anche controtendenza.
Situated between the high-rise financial district and the Inner Harbor, in a surface area now totalling slightly less than one-third of a square mile, lies Boston’s oldest residential and business district called “The North End”.
Bologna, known colloquially as The Fat (la grassa), The Learned (la dotta), or The Red (la rossa), is the capital of the Emilia-Romagna regione in North-Central Italy.
“The world comes to Torino”: such are the words that end the heartfelt video produced by NBC to celebrate the ceremonies for the 20th Winter Olympic Games that took place in Februrary 2006. Those Olympic Games signalled a turning point for the city of Torino, confirming its inevitable passage from being an industrial city to a centre of cultural activity.
After a few days exploring the magnificent Amalfi Coast set sail for the Isles of Capri, Ischia or Procida.
Bound on the west by the breathtaking Lago di Garda and on the north by the towering Veneto Dolomites, the landscape of Veneto is rich and varied. Veneto’s hinterland was originally perceived as a dangerous and unpredictable place by early Venetians, which explains why the city of Venice was actually founded in the uninviting marshlands of the Laguna.
Trente heures à Naples, c’est trop court, comme un café napolitain. Le liquide tombe amer dans la gorge. Si fort en bouche que j’en laisse des gouttes dans la tasse. (J’avoue cela gênée, comme si je n’avais rien compris... ou comme un macho pleurnichant devant un film mièvre.)
Ah, the beautiful sights of Venice! A city of hundreds of islands and endless canals where getting by on water is a daily routine.