MANN Naples Archeological Museum

Yesterday we took a short break from work and visited one of the most important archeological museums of the world. MANN is the short name for it, and it was established in XVIIIth century by Borbone Court, the kings that at that time ruled over Naples. It has astonishhing masterpieces from Pompei excavations and Farnese […]

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Road Trip in Tuscany

Not many regions like Tuscany hold secrets of pure Dolce Vita style. The road trip in Tuscany was an idea to enrich our portfolio of hotels, wineyards and simply amazing spots all trhough this beautiful land, home of Italian Renaissance. Florence, of course, is the capital of this amazing region, and the city, with its […]

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Hotsprings in Italy

When autumn arrives in Italy, few things are best to be done with friends and family. Above all this is the time for “vendemmia” (pick up of the grape) from all the vineyards located in the country. Depending on the variety of the grape, the location of the vineyard September is the month of wine […]

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Wine exploration in Italy part III°

Dear Friends, this time I’m travelling to Sicily. The biggest island of Italian country and center of Mediterranean Sea. I will keep you updated with all the stuff I’m planning to do. From walking on the volcano to taste some of the memorable wines that as for other italian regions has been cultivated here since […]

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Wine exploration in Italy part II°

Dear Friends, after the success in Campania region, I could not return to office and decided to continue along an old roman street. The Old Appia street connects the southern part of Italy to Rome, the capital, since the beginning of times… This old road, now has been overpassed by the fast highway that connects Rome […]

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Wine exploration in Italy part I°

Wine tasting has been an art since Greek times. The people from Greece, during their exploration in Italy had brought with them some of those tentacular, small plant that makes such delicious fruits. Since then the history of grape and wine has consolidated and many more grapes (local and imported from France) have enriched the […]

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