Surroundings

Cave di Marmo (Carrara)
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In the Apuan Alps the spectacular marble quarries offer an evocative sight. Here this precious white stone has been excavated since Roman times. Since then, it has been used for all sorts of different purposes: from the simple objects to more famous works of art and architectu...

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Marina di Massa
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In summer the beaches explode with the bright colours of endless rows of beach umbrellas and sunbeds put at disposal by well-equipped beach establishments.

The night life is first class with discos and night clubs where shows and concerts with famous singers and entert...

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Cinque Terre
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The charm of the hill overhanging the sea, a wonderful choreography that seems to have been designed by a romantic painter who traced an extremely intense painting, a treasure, vaunt of the Province of La Spezia, destination for tourists from all over the world.

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Pisa
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Situated on the banks and by the outlet of the river Arno, it had been one important Republic of the Sea and spreaded its power out to Corsica isle. Its decadence has been determined by both the rivalry with other cities belonging to the inland (Lucca and Florence) and, most o...

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Lucca
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The city of Ilaria, the unfortunate bride. Lots and lots are the definitions of Lucca, one of the more distinguished italian cities comparable to a costly case containing invaluable historic and artistic treasures. Mario Tobino's is the definition we prefer: "Why do you love L...

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Firenze
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A city of about half a million inhabitants, Florence is situated on the bank of the river Arno, between the triennia sea and the Adriatic sea, more or less in the centre of the Italian peninsula. It is a lively city as regards the industrial and artisan activities, the commerc...

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Siena
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is the city of the Virgin and of the so-called Balzana and it is divided into two factions: the White and the Black. It is a city not fond of mediocrity, just like its heraldic symbol witnesses. Siena is passionate and contemplative, everlasting on the climb and sloping-down,...

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Volterra
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Located in the heart of Tuscany, at about 40km from the sea and at a short distance from the three Tuscan universities as well as the most important cities of art of the region (Firenze: 72 km; Siena: 50 km; Pisa: 64 km; S.Gimignano: 29 km), Any tourist must visit Volterra, wh...

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Lunigiana
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Lunigiana owes its name to the town of Luni founded by the Romans in the 177 B.C. near the mouth of the river Magra. Today it identifies itself with the valley of the mentioned river and its affluents, while its historical border is more wide. Lunigiana is situated between Tus...

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Isola d'Elba
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Has been the theatre of big historical events. Every Mediterranean civilization has left important marks of its own landscape . Elba was an inexhaustible mine for Etruscan people who exploited the mines and exported the iron all over the Mediterranean sea. After 5 centuries of...

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