Italian villages try to move up in a tourism market still dominated by traditional destinations. As was apparent during the last "Arts and Events 100 Italian Cities" which took place in Bologna, visitors, especially if coming from certain countries, are still mainly interested in typical mass tourism destination: Florence, Venice, Rome, Milan. In particular, visitors coming from central or eastern Asia are interested in traditional destinations. European visitors, especially
Work on the Arch of Giano is expected to be completed at the end of July. To find out what stage of studies, restorations and first interventions has been reached so far, the Special Superintendence, led by Francesco Prosperetti, decided it was a good idea to invite the press to visit the site, with the possibility of climbing the scaffoldings to the top.
A captivating proposal, not least because representatives of the World Monuments Fund and American Express are due to att
A few days ago, the replacement of incandescent lamps with the new LED lamps in the streets of Rome led to the opening of a heated debate. The "cold light" effect was particularly evident in the old town centre, where some characteristic corners have lost their recognisability and familiarity at night, precisely because of the new artificial light. After weeks of criticism from neighbourhood committees, residents, common citizens and various associations, the Superintendent f
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