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Italy's best beaches for 2009

16 April, 2020
Tourists who are planning to visit Italy net summer will be happy to know that the number of Italian beaches deserving a blue flag are now 227 which is 21 more than 2008. As you know blue flags are granted…

George Clooney and Vespa car chase from The American

13 April, 2020
The video shows the trailer to The American, George Clooney’s latest action thriller, and after the jump you’ll find another cool video shows a scene with a scene in which Clooney takes on a bad guy while riding a Vespa.…

Health spas breath new life and hope into the Abruzzo region

5 April, 2020
Following the violent earthquake which devastated the Abruzzo region, the city of Pescara has announced ambitious plans to create a new wellness district; the main idea behind this project is to have a whole area devoted to health spas and…

Belen Rodriguez for Miss Sixty spring 2011, the first pics

3 April, 2020
Just a few days ago we published the backstage video of the much awaited Miss Sixty campaign for next spring, featuring Belen Rodriguez, one of the most talked about show girls on Italian television, today we have the pleasure to…

Romantic breaks for Valentine's day: Pescostanzo in Abruzzo

3 April, 2020
When it comes to winter holydays in the snow or Valentine‘s day breaks, travel agents usually recommend resorts in the Alps or in the Dolomites, thus overlooking such beautiful regions as Abruzzo in central Italy. Located in the Appennine mountains…

Touring Italy: Pescara bridge cycling or walking

27 March, 2020
Pescara’s new Ponte del Mare, by architect Walter Pichler, is one of those civil engineering feats that combines practicality with tourism appeal. The long bridge offering a cycling and walking path, unites both shores of Pescara’s river. The two paths…

Autumn in Italy: the National park of Abruzzo

23 March, 2020
The Parco nazionale d’Abruzzo or National Park of Abruzzo which was established by royal decree in 1923 is the oldest park in Italy and has always had a fundamental role in the preservation of species such as the Italian Wolf,…

Art from Aquila after the earthquake on show

23 March, 2020
The city of Rome is hosting an art exhibition dedicated to the artworks from the churches of Aquila that were partly destroyed during the earthquake last year. The exhibition is taking place at the lower house in Montecitorio with the…

Mediterranean games in Pescara

21 March, 2020
The southern Italian city of Pescara is preparing to host the Mediterranean games from June 26 to July 5th. The games involve 23 nations around the Mediterranean, in addition to Andorra and Serbia, with a total of 4,115 athletes across…

Go back to nature in Abruzzi with WWF Italy offers

21 March, 2020
Tired of the same old holidays? Searching for a change? A different experience? Then this will appeal to you, as indeed it will to wildlife and nature lovers: WWF Italy has prepared a list of more than 100 offers including…

Pescara: Gabriele D'Annunzio exhibition extended

20 March, 2020
Due to the extraordinary turn-out of visitors, the exhibition ” Le gesta di Fiume. Gabriele il Vate, l’Eroe, il Comandante” has been extended to 31 December 2009. Dedicated to Gabriele D’Annunzio, one of the most famous and controversial Italian writers…

L'Aquila to host contemporary art exhibition "Re-place"

20 March, 2020
After the awful earthquake which hit the Abruzzo region in April 2009, there are now signs of recovering and the most interesting ones come straight from the world of art. In fact from 6 April an important event dedicated to…
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