Italy is surrounded by seas from almost all sides, so it is logical that in the country there are a large number of different aquariums and aquariums, where visitors of all ages have the opportunity not only to have fun, but also to learn a lot of new and interesting information about the inhabitants of the deep sea, their life and habits. Italian aquariums can be called real “living museums”, because in them you can observe how various ecosystems work – river, sea, lake and even touch some of the inhabitants. Let’s talk about some of the most popular and largest aquariums in Italy.
Aquarium of genoa
The largest aquarium in Italy, the ninth in the world and the second largest in Europe (after the Spanish Valencia), is the aquarium of Genoa. The building of the aquarium is located in the old port of the city and is made in the form of a ship. The excursion route is designed for 2 hours 30 minutes, during which Continue reading
The Italian ski area Alta Valtellina is part of the Lombardia region and the large Alpine region of Valtellina. A significant part of the territory is occupied by the picturesque Stelvio National Park. This area brings together five small but popular ski resorts, namely Santa Katarina, Bormio, Valdidentro, Livigno, and Stelvio. These resorts are united by a single ski pass (ski passes), as well as a free ski bus.
Santa Katerina is located in the national park with a small resort. Its main advantage is that the main ski area is a gentle slope of the mountain range, offering excellent opportunities for freeriding. Bormio is popular for a solid elevation of 1,800 meters. Middle-level riders come here, for whom there are many “red” tracks. Not far from Bormio is a quiet and peaceful Valdidentro, famous for its long trails through a picturesque forest. In addition, this resort is known for its thermal springs. The busiest of the resorts in the region is Livigno with 70 kilometers of slopes and 30 lifts. Poti all tracks lie above 2,000 meters. Continue reading