Healthy Walk

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The magic of a walk with a friend, when you really need to steam off. And then ~ there’s no denying we Italians are always complaining and we forget how magic our next door surroundings are ~ I have found myself appreciating the beauty of my countryside, with unexpected tiny signs of history and art.

enjoy

Dom ❤

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10 Charming Small Towns in Italy

Thank you Ishita for loving my Country so much. I need someone to remind me how beautiful Italy is 😊😊😊

Enjoy Ishita’s post and blog ♡♡♡

Dom

Italophilia

Who doesn’t love quaint towns?? If you are in Italy or traveling there anytime soon, this list is a keeper. You will feel blessed to be in a country with so many varied choices of charming towns. Although this list is not exhaustive, it certainly includes many of my favorites. I will keep adding more to this list as and when I can. If you have any favorites, feel free to share 🙂

Perugia:

With an annual chocolate and jazz festival to its kitty, Perugia is quite a catch. It is still quite unknown to a first time Italy traveler so take a chance next time you are in Italy. Visit this medieval town before it gets run down by mass tourism and selfie sellers.

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Montegiove:

Deep in the green heart of Italy and quite close to Perugia is another small town with an ancient castle, a…

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A Farewell to Sand Charms

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Vineyard in the Montello hills

 

After a day at the seaside, an evening and then night out for a dinner on the Montello hills. Now I understand why so many Australians, Americans and English wish to come and live here. Or at least spend their summers here. Being a tourist in Italy is a priceless and invaluable experience and privilege.

Hemingway knew it too. He loved these places, even if he experienced a tough time in his life here. First WW is everywhere to be seen. Read A Farewell to Arms.

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on the road in Montello

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Montello Hills (Treviso Italy)

 

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Enjoy the distance!

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Inspired by Cee’s Black White Photo Challenge ~ in the distance

Wish to visit the a. m. Italian areas? Have a look to this site for any further info (written in Italian and English)