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  • History
  • Design
  • Luxury

Milan is the place to be if you love fashion and design. A sweater from Dolce & Gabbana or a Gucci handbag? Then you need to go to the Quadriletero d'Oro. In this golden square, between Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga and Via Sant'Andrea, you can find the most fashionable shopping area of ​​Milan. Also, the Galleria Vittorio Emmanuelle should not be missed.

  • Culture
  • History
  • Architecture

All roads lead to Rome ... The saying goes back to the conquest of the Roman Empire. Rome was and is an important cornerstone of our Western civilization. It is also the cradle of Christianity, and the seat of the Pope. He carries the authority of Vatican City, an enclave in Rome.

  • Culture
  • History
  • Architecture

Venice, city with no wheels, because cars do not come in here. The main road is the Grand Canal, and your way of transportation a boat. You will enjoy the quiet splendor of the past: the Doge's Palace, the merchant houses along the canals, the vast Piazza San Marco and the Basilica. Tradition is very important in Venice.

  • Culture
  • History
  • Architecture

Florence, or Firenze, is one of the most famous European cities of culture and the most important Italian Renaissance city . You almost stumble over the buildings and works of art from the Renaissance period.

  • Nature
  • Culture
  • History

Each year, Catania celebrates on the 3, 4 and 5 February. More than 200,000 people visit the festival to honor St. Agatha, the patron saint of the city. The saint comes in handy in Catania, because the city is dominated by Mount Etna. This volcano is one of the most active in the world.