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Best things to do in Apennine Mountains

“You cannot come and visit Rome without exploring the magnificence of the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museum! Ask our staff to organize your perfect first visit ”
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“At the beginning of the last century Count Alessandro Contini Bonacossi, with his wife Vittoria and his sons Augusto Alessandro and Vittorina, returned to Italy from Spain, where he had dedicated himself to an antiques activity of the highest level that had allowed him to start the one that it would become one of the largest private collections in Italy of paintings, sculptures, furniture and ceramics. After his death, at his will and through the work of his children, the central core of this exceptional collection constituted the donation Contini Bonacossi, which today is an integral part of the Uffizi Gallery, which can be visited on the first floor of the same in 8 rooms set up specifically for host it.”
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“A mausoleum, a fortress, a prison and finally a museum… Rome offers an abundance of monuments and sights rich in history, stories and legends, but Castel Sant’Angelo is one which truly encompasses the essence of the city’s transformation throughout the centuries. It was first built between 123 and 139 AD to serve as the mausoleum of the Roman emperor, Hadrian, and his family. Then, it became a military building, which in 403 would be integrated to the Aurelian Walls. In the 14th century, Castel Sant’Angelo took on the role of a military fortress connected to the Vatican through an elevated passageway which still exists today, “Passetto di Borgo”. It was later used as a prison; a place where executions were carried out and where prisoners were left to starve. In 1901, it became a wonderfully rich museum which harbors relics of its tumultuous past. Today, it graces the Roman skyline with its golden lights, and is visited by many during their stay in Rome.”
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“The Sansevero Chapel Museum in the historic heart of Naples is a jewel of the world’s artistic heritage. Here, baroque creativity, dynastic pride, beauty and mystery blend to create a unique and almost timeless atmosphere. With its masterpieces such as the famous Veiled Christ, renowned world over for the remarkable tissue-like quality of the marble, feats of virtuosity such as Disillusion, and enigmatic creations such as the Anatomical Machines, the Sansevero Chapel is one of the most impressive monuments that the human mind has ever conceived.”
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“The Accademia Gallery is a museum in Florence, located in Via Ricasoli. The museum, fourth in Italy for number of visitors after the Uffizi, exhibits the largest number of Michelangelo's sculptures in the world, including the famous David.”
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“Bellissimo Museo assolutamente da visitare si arriva con Metropolitana uscita Museo Beautiful museum to visit you arrive with Subway exit Museum”
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“Galleria Palatina, viele Werke von Raffael, Galleria Moderna, Museo degli Argenti und der Boboli Garten mit blick auf die Stadt”
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City Hall
“Beautiful medieval palace with incredible decorations. We highly recommend the Secret Passages Tour. ”
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“Its collections are housed in a magnificent 17th-century villa, offering a compact course in the Italian aesthetic. In just 20 rooms, you will be exposed to antiquities, the Renaissance and the beginnings of the baroque art. Visits to the Galleria (situated in the northeast corner of the sprawling Villa Borghese park) are made by reservation.”
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Historische Stätte
“It's the underground city (search on google). We have a really old underground city under your foot. You must go and visit the underground city in Naples. It's one of the most important things to do. One access is really close to my flat (in piazza San Gaetano).”
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“Pompeii (/pɒmˈpeɪi/) was an ancient Roman city near modern Naples in the Campania region of Italy, in the territory of the comune of Pompei. Pompeii, along with Herculaneum and many villas in the surrounding area (e.g. at Boscoreale, Stabiae), was buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of volcanic ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. Volcanic ash typically buried inhabitants who did not escape the lethal effects of the earthquake and eruption. Pompeii is a UNESCO World Heritage Site status and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Italy, with approximately 2.5 million visitors every year.”
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Historische Stätte
“best preserved roman ruins, the other Pompeii. Only 10-15 mins walk from Ostia Lodge. Allow 3/4 hours to visit the park”
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“Point zero of Rome. Beautiful square with the whitening Botticino marble Altare of Fatherland., the Vittoriano. From here starts Via del Corso, 2 km long, which leads to the beautiful Piazza del Popolo. Also from here the Fori imperiali road which leads, in 5 minutes walking, to the Coliseum. Important Vittoriano museum usually with famous painter exhibition.”
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“A long walk along the lungomare liberato overlooking the castle (dell'Ovo) is a must, I would avoid the restaurants in the area, all extremely touristy. Better the pizzerias.”
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History Museum
“For centuries, Croatians up and down the coast, and over on the islands, lived in fear of invasion from the Ottomans, who dominated the Balkan hinterland. Šibenik was defended by four fortresses, the most formidable being St Nicholas, Tvrđava Sv Nikole, which guards the narrow channel into the city from its vantage point on the islet of Ljuljevac. It was here, about half a century before the decisive sea battle of Lepanto of 1571, that locals begged their Venetian rulers to construct a fortification so impregnable no Turk would dream of coming near it. Having to clear a whole monastery, St Nicholas, to do so, the Venetians carried out the request to the letter, creating a citadel across the whole island. Never tested from that day to this, St Nicholas is a prime example of defensive architecture, one of six built by Venice recently designated as a collective UNESCO World Heritage Site. At the top of a steeply stepped street emerges at St Michael’s Fortress, connected to the patron saint of Šibenik. No-one can fail to be impressed by the view here, across the estuary to the surrounding islands. Its summer stage is the atmospheric setting for acts as diverse as Bryan Ferry, Róisín Murphy, Mario Gus Gus, Morcheeba, The National, Nouvelle Vague and Thievery Corporation - winning it the title of Croatian cultural attraction of the year in 2016. Renovated and reopened with a spectacular light show in 2016, Fort Barone was originally built in double-quick time during fears of Turkish invasion in the mid 1600s. The era is now captured and dramatised as part of the augmented reality system that walks visitors through the design, military planning and architecture of the day. Hiring AR glasses from the ticket office, you can let a local historian and an eye-witness account reveal what life was like under Ottoman siege, as was the case in 1646. The fortress now also features the Barone Bistro, a panoramic café-eaterie that puts local fare and wines to the fore, inventive seafood and meaty nibbles complemented by the lesser-known labels of regional wine producers. ”
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“Designed by controversial architect Zaha Hadid, the MAXXI is an unconventional space both inside and out. This striking building is composed of giant intersecting concrete segments that seem severe from the outside, but inside create flowing pathways that gently transport the visitor through this modern, open-plan space. The MAXXI hosts thought-provoking and colorful exhibitions from the modern art world.”
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