The Markets of Trajan: a trip in the heart of Imperial Rome

An archaeological complex of uniqueness in Rome, perhaps even worldwide, is known with the modern name of “The Markets of Trajan“, whose construction is due to the great Roman Emperor Trajan. Read more

A journey among the miths and legends of Sicily: Erice, Siracusa and Taormina

Sicily is a place where everything is at hand: history, art, sea, nature, natural beauty but is also the place where you can get lost in myths and legends. Many are in fact the seats, that are become more and more fascinating, if it is possible, if you go to the discovery of related myths and legends. Read more

Abbazia San Galgano

San Galgano, Merlin the Magician and the Sword in the Stone

The legend of Merlin, King Arthur and the Sword in the Stone, which has fascinated children of all generations and has been a source of inspiration for the film of Walt Disney, most likely are inspired by a true story set in Italian or better in Tuscany. Read more

Naples: a city of many faces

There is no city in Italy and in Europe more rich and mysterious than Naples for the fascinating and unbelievable stories that are told.

Sea, sun, Vesuvius and a gentle landscape. It is no coincidence that over the centuries Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, French and Spanish have decided to settle right in Naples; and it is for this intertwining of populations and cultures that the city is even now so beautiful and charming. Read more