Activities

Livigno Skiing
Friday, January 16TH, 2015 by Francesca Bezzone
  Livigno (pronounced Livin-yo) is located high up on the Italian Alps, at about 6000 ft above sea level. Its slopes climb to almost 9000 ft, which means Livigno has usually plenty of natural snow, and does not need to go artificial: a great thing to know, when you love skiing...
Top 10 Skiing Places in Italy
Friday, January 16TH, 2015 by
Cortina d'Ampezzo     Every year, people from all over Europe and and North America travel to Northern Italy to enjoy its amazing mountains: the Alps. The Alps are home to some of the best ski resorts and most picturesque towns in the world. There are plenty of winter...
Majella National Park
Thursday, September 11TH, 2014 by
  Majella National Park Ph. depositphoto.com/shopartgallery   In Abruzzi, you will find the Majella Massif, an imposing mountain group known to the locals as the Montagna Madre (Mother Mountain), and which was called by Pliny the Elder the Padre dei Monti...
Writers Workshop
Thursday, May 12TH, 2011 by
I always feel so utterly American when I'm in Italy. As in not stylish, not seriously stunning and unable to make music whenever I speak. So, there I sat at my rickety little table in the warm-stoned square outside the bar, doing my best to not ruin the scenery. Teresa, my workshop coach and...
Creative Writing
Sunday, November 07TH, 2010 by
Creative Writing : Dante and his poemImagine yourself in the familiar environment of your house or your office, or wherever you usually write. You feel comfortable, at ease, familiar. Nothing wrong with that, but the truth is that sometimes we need an extra kick, extra incentive. If everything...
Writing workshop Italy Images
Sunday, September 12TH, 2010 by
In Tuscany - Landscape from Pienza In Tuscany - Landscape from Pienza Around the island on lake Bolsena In Tuscany Writer workshop: Talking to Sandra Lunch with Mary Jane Writers workshop : On the boat in Civitavecchia Writer workshop in Rome - Taking photograph with Pasquale Tortellini...
Val Grande National Park
Monday, January 18TH, 2010 by
  Val Grande National Park   Enter Val Grande National Park and leave the modern world behind. There are no paved roads here or modern amenities, no people who live here either, just miles and miles of natural wonder and trails to help you explore it. Just try to restrain...
Circeo National Park
Monday, January 18TH, 2010 by
  Circeo National Park - Beach   An hour's drive from Rome, on the shores of the Thyrrenian Sea in the southern reaches of the Lazio region, you will find a national park that not only boasts an abundance of natural beauty, but a diverse collection of plant and animal life. In fact, when Cicrceo...
Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park
Monday, January 18TH, 2010 by
    Bellunesi Dolomites - Giau Pass   The area covered by Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park is home to glorious natural landscapes and rare flora and fauna, which the park was instituted to protect. Located in the beautiful region of the South Eastern Alps the park includes imposing mountains...
Cinque Terre National Park
Monday, January 18TH, 2010 by
  Manarola, part of the National Park of Cinque Terre Ph. depositphoto/StevanZZ   In the Liguria region of Italy, along the rugged coast of the Italian Riviera, one will find the Cinque Terre. The Cinque Terre National Park includes the coastline, the villages of Monterosso...

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