Venice Carnival began in the 15th century but the tradition can be traced back to the beginning of the 14th Century. Story tells that in the past even princes from all over Europe came to Venice and in the Carnival period no differentiation could be made between nobility and the common people. Continue reading “Venice Carnival: A Fantastic Travel Into The World Of Imagination”
Very popular with both foreign and and Italian travellers, the delightful Cinque terre – literally translated “the five lands” – is an extraordinary area offering scenarios among the most charming in Italy. Five villages makes up the Cinque Terre: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore.
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Year 2010 offers you the opportunity to live a unique experience in Italy. If you loose it, you have to wait till year 2015 to take it again: as a matter of fact, only every five years, the village of Sordevolo – not far from Torino – transform itself in a extraordinary open air theatre where the representation of Christ’s Passion take place.
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From Naples a curious news: in an underwear-shop located in the downtown, it is possible to buy for € 50,00 an original lingerie cloth. So far the invention is reserved to women.
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Dear Trips2Italy’s Friends,
speaking about the month of February our thoughts immediately go to the most amusing event of the year: the Carnival. If Rio’s Carnival is surely the most crazy among the Carnival all over the world, it is surely Venice’s Carnival the most charming. Continue reading “CICERO No.2, Feb 2010 – Anno MMX, Vol. 1”