Sun Chillers in South ItalyItaly is the nest of ancient European history, the entire country is filled with Roman ruins and world-renowned heritage, full of history and beauty!
From the beaches in the south to the high Alps hill on the north you can have it all in Italy! The sun shines brightly, specially in the peaceful southern towns next to olive fields. The food it's world famous, la pasta, la pizza... The mixture of fresh vegetables with sauces la el spaghetti it's just to die for! The people are, like other Mediterraneans, happy and chilled! The Italian it's beautiful language, that involves and invites romantic visitors to whisper some words like “Ciao!” (Hello) and “Ti amo” (I love you).
Rome with a live history of reminders of its Imperial past, cosmopolitan Milan the capital of Fashion; Venice and Florence seem like outdoor museums. The Vatican City, inspiring artists for centuries like Michelangelo and its masterpiece the Sistine Chapel, and the memorable St. Peter’s Cathedral will give you a taste of the old days.
Palermo and the locals have a Sun chiller attitude of laissez-faire while they try to enjoy the simplest in life. Naples and is Baroque heritage and Italian cuisine tradition, contrasting with Sicilian outdoor festivals and food fairs set up in booths lining the square. The Linguria region with its coast line, the five villages (Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore.) and the surrounding hillsides are all part of the Cinque Terre National Park, as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The grazing sound of a Vespas on the street, a strong coffee in the piazza and the sunlight filling the streets with shadows and shapes can give you a glimpse of the simple and wonderful things about Italy.
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