memorials in Italy
Year after year, travelers storm the same Italian places: the coast of Sardinia and the Sicilian Taormina, the Tuscan hills and the resorts of Emilia-Romagna, land in whole landings in the Ligurian Cinque Terre or Ischia. For those who are looking for new routes and do not want to meet package tourists, I chose 10 resort places in Italy, where Italians themselves relax.
1. Zeros, Liguria
10 Italian resorts you might not know about
Zeros is a picturesque fishing village halfway from Genoa to France. This area is called Riviera di Ponente and is famous for its long sandy beaches and roads with dizzying views. Having rented a car, from Noli Continue reading
Kronplatz is a pleasant place to relax with children. First of all, because they think a lot about safety and convenience – for example, there are several times more cabins than chair lifts. Secondly, it is calm here not only during the day, when the bulk of the people are on the mountain, but also in the evenings, because lovers of intensive après ski do not go here. Kronplatz has a reputation as a solid family resort.
Kronplatz and children
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The Republic of San Marino, the third largest independent state in Europe (only the Vatican and Monaco is smaller), located in Italy, between the regions: Emilia-Romagna and Marche. Its territory has the shape of an irregular quadrangle with a predominantly hilly relief. Full name – The Most Serene Republic of San Marino. Independence of the Republic has a very ancient origin, so San Marino is considered the oldest republic in the world that still exists.
The country’s population is just over 33 thousand people, it mainly consists of citizens of San Marino (85%) and Italians (10%). Foreigners living in San Marino, about 5 thousand people. There are up to 3 Continue reading