|Venice in Italy
For most people, Venice is synonymous with romance. Of course there are detractors, but most people love this city, imagining it as a symbol of love, inspired by stories of love sheltered by the walls of buildings shriveled. But nobody can deny there is something with this place, something that continues to fascinate generations of tourists, lured by fame and the history of the city that floats on water. A small town occupied by water, a lone patch of land situated in the northern Italian ...
|Portofino in Italy
Portofino is a small town (520 inhabitants) and a famous resort in northwest Italy on the Mediterranean coast at the foot of the Ligurian Apennines. Portofino is a favorite destination for an aristocratic and intellectual circles of Germany and the United Britanieincade the end of the nineteenth century. North of town, on top of a hill overlooking the Portofino Bay, lies the medieval monastery of San Girolamo (sec.XIII) with one of the most romantic gardens in Europe. Exceptional l...
Positano is a town on the Amalfi coast of Campania, Italy. Most of the city is an enclave that descend toward the shore. From here you can take the ferry to Paestum, Ischia and Capri, during the summer. Are two beaches in Positano. Fornillo - a small and secluded beach, accessible by stairs from the grotto from above or from Spiaggiata Grande. Fornillo has a more relaxed atmosphere, with four bars on the beach and away from the ferry traffic. The other beach, Spiaggiata Grande is the main beach and ferry port....