Island Italy is a vacation for every taste. There is a place here for desperate misanthropes – for this there are uninhabited small islands where you can become a Robinson for a while, until you return to love for people and civilization.
Continental Italy is far from all of Italy. These are also islands, the largest and most famous of which are Sicily and Sardinia. But there are also small islands – small in size, but not in significance and beauty. The largest of the small Italian islands (this is its unofficial name) – Elba, with an area of 223 sq km, belongs to the Tuscan archipelago. The closest major city on mainland Italy is Florence. 28 thousand inhabitants of the island are engaged in agriculture and tourism industry. The first association with the name of the island is, of course, Napoleon. He was there in 1814, and since then Elba has become a place of Continue reading
Not only a single shopping, but also the nightlife is famous for the glorious city of Milan. We bring to your attention some of the hot spots in which you can successfully spend your hard-earned money that you did not have time to leave on Montenapoleone …
Three huge halls accommodating 2,000 people, the most diverse music. Famous DJs have weekly club concerts.
Music: for every taste, every night is different.
Entrance: the price depends on the program of the evening. 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