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Cyclops

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DESTINATIONS
Did you know that Sicily is the motherland of Cyclops? At least according to the legend. Ready to find out whether those mythological giants with a single eye in the center of the forehead really existed? Joining the Sicilians on the Sicilian coast you will have plenty of such opportunities and you will hear a lot of beautiful stories that you will want to believe.

Piemonte

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DESTINATIONS
Piemonte is a hidden gem for landscape, food, wine & its proximity to Liguria, France. Still relatively unknown, this region of Northern Italy offers magnificent sceneries paired with also magnificent wines and flavors. With over 160 types of cheese and 45 different D.O.C. wines, you can say that Piemonte is a wine and cheese lover's paradise, producing Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbara and Dolcetto, as well Asti Spumanti, a typical of Christmas celebrations.

Into the Wild: Autumn Vibes at Lake Maggiore

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DESTINATIONS
There are thousands of reasons why you should visit the lakes of Northern Italy. Crystalline water, stunning mountain landscapes and pure alpine air are only some of them. But adding to this picture autumn vibes, painting both woods and skies with yellow and deep purple palettes, will turn the trip into an absolutely unforgettable only-in-Italy and only-in-fall experience.

Behind the Scenes: Shooting Wonder Woman in Italy

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When it comes to movies, some places seem too beautiful and spectacular to be real. Italy has long been the location for many blockbuster movies such as Quantam of Solace and this year’s Wonder Woman. From the beaches at Villa Cimbrone to the Castel Del Monte, these spectacular sites made these fictional locations a gorgeous reality.

Traveling in time: Perugia’s Piazza IV Novembre

Perugia   MN Maria Novozhilova  01 Cattedrale di San Lorenzo | culturalitaly.com

DESTINATION
Some places seem too amazing to be real. Perugia’s Piazza IV Novembre is one of such sites. When you step on its ancient ground you will hardly believe that you are still in the 21st century. Full immersion into the antique atmosphere of the square made of marble details, white-and-pink color palette, and sophisticated ornaments typical of the Italian Medieval art will leave you breathless.