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Located atop of Mount Kronplatz at a dizzying 2275 m (7463,911 ft) above sea level, the Skyscraper, a giant swing, is an absolute go-to, must-see and...
Adult €13
Child €13
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The famous Vatican Museums, which are located on the territory of the Vatican City, are home to the pontifical art collections and are known to be one...
Adult €17
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Gardaland is Italy's biggest fun park . Located directly at Lake Garda , Italy's biggest lake, it attracts plentiful visitors each year. The park offers...
Adult €45
Sen. €39
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6 miles
3 h
min. 262.5 ft
max. 2460.6 ft
Moderate
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6 miles
3 h
min. 5442.9 ft
max. 6673.2 ft
Easy
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In ancient Rome, the Forum Romanum was, without a doubt, the centre for cultural, political, economic, and religious life. It is located in the valley...
Adult €16
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Lago di Garda is the largest lake in Italy , and stretches over the three provinces of Verona, Trient, and Brescia. The north is rather narrow, surrounded by high mountains, and especially popular with wind surfers and mountainbikers....
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Built as a mausoleum for the Roman Emperor Hadrian in 139 A.D., Castel Sant'Angelo was converted into a fortress by various popes in the years that...
Adult €12
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Aqua park Le Caravelle is located within the province Savona and offers many attractions for the whole family. Enjoy a day full of fun and relaxation. To...
7 Pools
1 Day €25
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The Pontifical Shrine of the Blessed Virgin of the Rosary of Pompei, or as it is called in Italian “Santuario della Beata Vergine del Rosario”, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the new...
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62 miles
6 days
min. 2618.1 ft
max. 9498 ft
Moderate
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Thanks to the division of the area into a section for sports and another one for fun, each guest is guaranteed an experience according to their wishes,...
6 Pools
12 Saunas
1 Day €12
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The Galleria Borghese accommodates one of the most precious private art collections in the world. It is located in the most famous park in Rome, the Villa...
Adult €13
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At an altitude of 1520m, Pietralba is the most significant place of pilgrimage in South Tyrol and among the region's popular destinations, especially since the visit of Pope John Paul II...
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6 miles
3.5 h
min. 3638.5 ft
max. 5098.4 ft
Easy
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Ancient Pompeji was located in Campania close to Naples and became famous on august 24th, 79 A.D. when the vulcano Vesuvius broke out and buried the city in...
Adult €16
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The Museum Gherdëina accommodates artefacts depicting the Grödner culture derived from various areas and eras. The little and lovely (partially)...
Adult €8
Sen. €6
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6 miles
3 h
min. 4402.9 ft
max. 4685 ft
Easy
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The Pantheon in Rome was built on the Mars field and remains to be one of the best preserved buildings from ancient Rome. The main reason for it to be so well-maintained is that it...
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Crystal clear water, deep forests, green meadows, and a unique Alpine panorama - Lago di Ledro looks straight out of a fairytale. Formed by a moraine during the last ice age, it is now one of the most beautiful and cleanest...
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La dolce vita in Bella Italia

Italy is one of the most manifold countries in Europe. The North is characterized by the Southern Alps and particularly by the UNESCO-world heritage, the Dolomites, with their rugged rocks and high peaks. South Tyrol and Trentino, as well as the Aosta Valley or the Piemont, are very popular areas amongst hikers and mountain bikers.

 

The regions further inland are defined by softly forested hills and picturesque little towns. Tuscany and Umbria are the geographic and also the culinary centers of the country. They are the perfect spot for those holidaymakers who like to enjoy high standards. The Italian cuisine has much more to offer than just pizza and pasta: fruity red wine from the Chianti-region, Florentine beefsteak or sausage creations and truffle-dishes from the Umbrian city Norcia are only a few of the highlights for connoisseurs. The cultural heart of Italy is the area between Florence and Rome: Etruscans, Romans and the inhabitants of the Middle Ages have left an enormous quantity of cultural goods and historic buildings, as you will find it nowhere else in the world.

 

The coastal regions of the Thyrrenian Sea, the Adriatic Sea as well as the bigger and smaller Mediterranean islands have large beaches which are perfect for swimming and bathing. The most beautiful coast of Italy certainly is the Amalfi Coast below Naples. Narrow streets lead along steep cliffs and through colorful villages and reveal gorgeous views over the wide open sea.

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