VENEZIA

Venice is an Italian coastal city located in the Veneto region. It is made of a group of 121 small islands connected by countless bridges. Its complex history begins in 421, but it was in the Middle Ages that the city became a great maritime power as well as a cultural hub. Exceptionally beautiful, Venice is famous for its gondolas, carnival and heritage monuments. 

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COSTIERA AMALFITANA

The Amalfi Coast is located in the southwest of Italy in the Campania region. It is known worldwide for its many picturesque villages surrounded by mountains.

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MODENA

Modena is an Italian city located in the Emilia-Romagna region. It is known for its balsamic vinegar, but also for the big automobile companies that are established in the suburbs such as Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati. The city’s cathedral and its bell tower have been part of UNESCO’s World Heritage since 1997.

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FIRENZE

Florence is a city of great artistic importance in Italy. It is located in Tuscany and was founded in 59 BC by the Romans. In the 13th century, it became an influential city thanks to the textile industry and trade, in addition to the banking sector dominated by families such as the Medici.

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PARMA

Parma is an Italian city located in the Emilia-Romagna region. First founded by the Etruscans, it became a Roman colony in 183 BC. It passed under the domination of several entities before becoming the city that we know today. Parma is notably known for its parmigiano reggiano and its prosciutto.

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LUCCA

Lucca is a fortified city with many historical monuments. It was founded by the Etruscans and became a Roman colony in 180 BC. Then, in the 12th century, the city developed an important economic prosperity based on the manufacture and the trade of silk. Its most beautiful monuments date from this period.

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CINQUE TERRE

The Cinque Terre are seaside villages located to the west of La Spezia in Italy. They are known for their colourful buildings that occupy the rugged landscape and the beautiful hiking trails that connect them. They are part of the Cinque Terre National Park as well as UNESCO’s World Heritage.

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