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Goethe's "land where the lemon trees blossom" has always been a place of longing. Culinary delights, ancient monuments and art treasures, dolce far niente and dreamlike landscapes make Italy a dream destination. If you know where the most beautiful greens are, the boot becomes a "golfer's paradise plus" between the Alps and the Mediterranean.

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Sardegna

Veneto

When the sun sets over Venice's lagoons, it is a grandiose spectacle of European melancholy. But the Veneto is much more than its iconic capital: it connects the Adriatic with northern Italy. Its…

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Lago di Garda

Anyone who has seen the orangeries on Lake Garda can consider themselves lucky. They are among the most graceful buildings in the art of horticulture. They are so characteristic of the area that they…

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Lombardia

Lago d'Iseo

Located at the foot of the Bergamo Alps, this hidden pearl of the north is the least frequented of the upper Italian lakes. Its basin was carved out by glaciers. A partly adventurous rocky road…

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Piemonte

Lago Maggiore

Ticino, Lombardy and Piedmont share this wide-ranging lake as brothers. Wildly romantic rugged woodlands and picturesque villages line it. It is famous for the southern light that stretches…

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Lago d'Orta

The most picturesque of the Italian glacial lakes runs in a north-south direction. Friedrich Nietzsche and Lord Byron were among its visitors. Honoré de Balzac described it as a sublime…

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Liguria

This colourful and flowery region of northern Italy is one of the most visited regions in Italy and in the world.  From the French border (Ventimiglia) to the Tuscan border (La Spezia), there…

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Toscana

Puglia

One would think that this stretch of land would be too remote to be a melting pot of cultures. But its exposed location has brought about just that. The Greeks and the Normans, even the Staufer kings…

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Sicilia

The largest Mediterranean island is the remnant of a land bridge that once connected Europe and Africa. This bridging function is also culturally noticeable: Carthaginians, Greeks, Phoenicians and…

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Emilia-Romagna

Sea, hills, thermal baths, motors, gastronomy, sport, entertainment: the choice is yours as to which theme you want to favour.  Two regions in one, Emilia on one side, Romagna on the other,…

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Umbria

Umbria, the land of St Francis of Assisi, is rich in history and spirituality, famous for its medieval hill towns, dense forests and local cuisine, especially wine and truffles. The hill town of…

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