An adventurous day in the Stanghe gorge

At this precise moment I feel so much envy for all those who are on holiday in Trentino Alto-Adige or are planning to go there shortly.

To escape this scorching heat, I would definitely come back!

But let’s not digress, today I want to talk about them … the Stanghe Waterfalls.

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Exploring Lake of Braies

If I told you to close your eyes and remember the most beautiful place you have ever seen in your life, what would come to your mind?

For me?… the Lake of Braies, in Trentino, nestled in the Dolomites.

Photographed on instagram more than times, tv set for a very popular italian fiction “Un passo dal cielo” and one of the most beautiful and evocative dolomitic lakes.

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Val Vertova a fun trekking for all ages!

Do you like to walk in beautiful natural environments? Are you an amateur hiker looking for new destinations?

Yes??! So Read this post!

We recently started to hike and now we are not able to stop anymore. We liked it so much that we would like to share our experience with you, and we would like to recommend you an easy hiking trail, suitable for adults and children.

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Tuscany road trip 4 days: Itinerary

Tuscany is so big and there are many place to see and 3/4 days are not enough.

For our first experience we decided to stay in the province of Siena. We visited the towns and villages of the Chianti hills and finally Pisa because it was on the way back to Milan.

Do I recommend this itinerary?

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A walk in the center of Pavia

When i was young I lived in Salento (South Italy). A beautiful sea, great places, incredible peoples and culture. The Clima is very meditteranean there so it is very difficult to see snow during the year.

But now that I live in Lombardy every opportunity is good to be a child. So yes … I love snow, I love going around and photographing every whitewashed corner of the city.

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