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Italy is known for its unparalleled mix of wonderful landscapes, rich cultural history, fabulous food and wine and of course for its friendly and outgoing people. Walkers and trekkers are spoil for choice, with any number of beautiful regions to discover. From the Roman Empire to the Medicis; from Fellini to Rossellini; from Michelangelo to Botticelli; Italy has it all. From the snow-capped peaks of the high Alps in the north to the lava strewn slopes of Vulcan Etna in the south and the rugged, beach-fringed island of Sardinia to the west, there are countless opportunities for walking and trekking holidays in Italy. There are numerous choices in the Italian Alps, including the spectacular, pale silver Dolomites in the north-east, which were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009. Famous for their near vertical cliffs and spires, which make them arguably the most spectacular string of mountain peaks in Europe, the Dolomites attract walkers, trekkers and climbers from all over the world.                                               Download PDF

Tuscany

Tuscany

Sicily

Sicily

Sardinia

Sardinia

Umbria

Umbria

Florence

Florence

Etna Vulcan

Etna Vulcan

Rome

Rome

Lombardia

Lombardia

Chianti Wine Tour

Chianti Wine Tour

Dolomiti

Dolomiti

Piemonte

Piemonte

Emilia Romagna

Emilia Romagna

Itineraries in Veneto

Tours ideas

Dolce vita in Verona, immortal Venice, Murano Burano and Torcello, culture in Padova, Treviso and Prosecco, Lake Garda, Brentakanal, Vicenza

Typical flavours

Carpaccio, Radicchio, Tramezzino, Bigoli (noodles), Polenta, Risi e bisi (rice dish), Risotto with wild asparagus, Risotto with Prosecco and Parmesan cheese, Risotto with squid, Baccala, Fasoi, Fegato alla veneziana Veal liver), Pesse in saori (fish), Savarin di riso (rice pudding), Asiagokäse, Montasiokäse, Fritole (sweet donut), Pandoro

Typical Wines

Prosecco, Soave, Bianco di Custoza, Gambellara, Breganze, Amarone, Recioto, Raboso, Piave Bardolino, Valpolicella, Colli Euganei, Garda

Our favorite emotions

The small, traditional Locanda in the picturesque San Vigilio on Lake Garda

The colorful life on Piazza Bra in the hot night after the opera

The chess game with living figures in historical costumes in Marostica

Prosecco Wine Tour by EBike

Along the river by bike until the Lagoon of Venice

Biking through the Revine's Lake

Cycling from Munich to Venice across the Alps, along Bavarian Lakes and Tyrolean Rivers, through Unesco Dolomites

Biking along Montello Paths discovering Treviso contryside

Cycling along the old railway from Treviso to Ostiglia

Trekking Hiking Bike

Italy is known for its unparalleled mix of wonderful landscapes, rich cultural history, fabulous food and wine and of course for its friendly and outgoing people. Walkers and trekkers are spoilt for choice, with any number of beautiful regions to discover. As with any popular destination with a well-developed tourism infrastructure, the best way to get under the skin of the place is by exploring on foot. From the snow-capped peaks of the high Alps in the north to the lava strewn slopes of Mount Etna in the south and the rugged, beach-fringed island of Sardinia to the west, there are countless opportunities for walking and trekking holidays in Italy. There are numerous choices in the Italian Alps, including the spectacular, pale silver Dolomites in the north-east, which were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009. Famous for their near vertical cliffs and spires, which make them arguably the most spectacular string of mountain peaks in Europe, the Dolomites attract walkers, trekkers and climbers from all over the world.  

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