Top 5 real Italian experiences for 2020

Civita di Bagnoreggio: A secret medieval town 

Airport: Rome

Transport: Car


This stunning little gem has become extremely popular in recent years! Also called “The dying town” because of its fragile volcanic base that continues to crumble into the valley, Civita di Bagnoreggio is a charming medieval town situated on a hill. Accessible only by a stone bridge, 2,500 years old, today Civita has only 14 year-round residents.



Burano: A Fairytale of Colour

Airport: Venice

Transport: Bus/Train/Ferry


Filled with cute, candy-coloured houses, home to only 2,800 inhabitants and offering only one hotel, your experience of this island will be different than any other tourist spot. Burano is one of the most famous islands of the Venetian lagoon, famous for its lace tradition, dating back to the 17th century. 



Valeggio sul Mincio: A Magic Tulip Wonderland

Airport: Verona

Transport: Bus


Located near the pastoral medieval town of Valeggio sul Mincio and just 15 minutes away from Valpolicella wine country, the Sigurta’ park is worth a visit any time of the year. The award winning site can be explored by foot or on board a mini train. it’s home to spectacular cypresses, olive trees and oaks as well as the most spectacular floral blossom of tulips, Roses, Lilies and Asters.



Masone Labyrinth: The World's Biggest Maze

Airport: Milan

Transport: Car


Created by designer Franco Maria Ricci, the Masone Labyrinth covers 17.5 acres of land and is made up of 200,000 varieties of bamboo plants that surround the country house in Fontanellato.This star-shaped labyrinth, with its 3km of inside pathways was first opened to the public in 2015 and hosts a building complex at its centre full of paintings and sculptures of the 16th century. 



Parco Archeologico di Baia: An Underwater World to Explore

Airport: Naples

Transport: Train/Bus


Amazing Roman relics, statues, streets and pavements…at a depth of 5 meters! The excursions are by boat and are guided by an authorized snorkelling guide or by a divemaster with scuba tanks who shows the details of the ruins as you explore this underwater world. 





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