Italy is always a crazy mix, which in this country is not there: mountains, seas, beaches, almost tropical forests, wheat fields. The most “mixed” cities are located near the borders, a great example can be seen if you go on vacation to Trieste, the cost of living in hotels here is much lower than in Rome and Milan. Trieste is located in the north-east of the country, at the very border with Slovenia; in it you can find ancient Roman buildings, architecture of the times of the Austrian Empire and an amazing mixture of Mediterranean styles.
Another example of Italian eclecticism is the Misurina resort in the Dolomites. The village gives a stunning contrast to the neighboring village of Cortina d’Ampezzo: in Mizurin, tourists see a quiet pastoral, and in Cortina – a secular aristocratic brilliance. The difference between the cities is only 13 km. On the maps of the highlands, all hiking trails are marked in detail, which are marked and equipped with signposts. Continue reading