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Abruzzo is a remarkably prosperous region between the towering Apennines and the Adriatic Sea, making it an excellent destination for exploration and fun. Thanks to three National Parks, a Marine Protected Area, a Regional Park and over thirty Nature Reserves, Abruzzo is the largest nature area in Europe. Take in the many gastronomical delights of the land, encircled by mountains and sea.
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A land of history, culture, and art, Campania is also home to unique food and wine products synonymous with Italy worldwide – think pizza, Greco di Tufo, or Fiano di Avellino). A sunny and smiling land, known for the warmth of its people and the city that most houses the history and cultural ferment of our country, Naples. It is also characterized by wine-growing areas of ancient tradition, such as Irpinia, and by areas of sea and unspoiled nature of great landscape value, such as Cilento. Not to mention the Amalfi Coast, where glamour climbs among the narrow streets of small villages overlooking the sea.
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Lombardy’s territory flanks the international character of Milan, its most-known metropolitan city, with authentic and historically rich areas such as Brescia or Bergamo, territories dug out by watercourses and enchanting lakes – such as Como, Garda or Iseo. At the same time, it’s surrounded by hilly and mountainous areas that shape the landscape. Thanks to its multi-faceted territory, soils like Franciacorta’s boast a trademark mineral composition that makes its wines unique. Lombardy is a place of timeless elegance.
In Piedmont, art and culture masterfully go hand in hand with a rich wine and food tradition. From its culturally most relevant cities, like Turin, to its hills, where some of Italy’s most prestigious wines are born, Piedmont cuisine is renowned globally for its diverse and unique offerings. In particular, the Langhe territory, on top of being the cradle of some of the most sought-after food and wine products of the entire peninsula – just think of the white truffle of Alba or the Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto wines – has been declared the 50th Italian site protected by UNESCO for its cultural landscape and vineyards.
With its triple exposure to different seas and winds, Sicily, one of Italy’s two island regions, is unique due to its variety of landscapes, making it a popular destination. Surrounded by volcanoes, mountains mantled in snow, art cities and beaches that rival any tropical destination, nature flourishes, allowing visitors to relish in the diverse cuisine, wines and oils that reflect the region’s diversity and the warm hospitality of its people.
There’s no question that Tuscany is the most well-known Italian wine region abroad. Its diverse territories are essential in determining the character of the food and wine from here. Cradle of Italian language and culture, Tuscany is an unmissable stop for those who wish to dive into the history of a land that gave birth to the such of Dante Alighieri, Galileo Galilei and Giacomo Puccini.
Umbria’s allure is found in its historic cities – such as Perugia, Assisi and Spoleto – that preserved their cultural and artistic integrity with little influence from modernity. You can walk around these cities’ small Medieval alleys, home to antique buildings and art heritage. At the same time, Umbria’s nature is thriving and offers many trekking, rafting, and mountain biking opportunities between breaks through the vineyards.
Veneto is a multifaceted region home to a range of stunning landscapes and cultural attractions, with the gorgeous Venice being its crown jewel – a mysterious and ageless city complemented by the beauty of rolling hills and mountains that gaze out to the Adriatic Sea. Hosting century-old cultural hubs, such as Verona with its amphitheatre, Veneto also features some of the most respected winemaking regions of Italy, like Valpolicella and Valdobbiadene. Here, you will become acquainted with the commitment of the people who toil on the land every day.