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Unknown Tuscany: The Valleys of Zeri

On the border between Tuscany online instant no fax payday loans and Emilia Romagna and Liguria a piece of land suspended between the mountains and the sea. A national asset, valuable both in terms of natural and under the cultural, to discover, to know and to make known, at European level, at the same time an opportunity to rethink new forms of synergy development and enhancement. Roman bridges, old mills, ...

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Cycling tours in Lunigiana: history, culture and tradition

As the summer season kicks off, the local tourist office at Massa Carrara is offering cycling tours in the Lunigiana area – a new way of getting to Cialis know the region by combining sport and tourism. Cycling tourism has grown in recent years: there are two million people who practice this sport in Italy, and six million in Europe. Cycling is a kind of “slow” tourism which pursues a more authentic dimensi ...

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Valle di Zeri – An excursion through untouched nature

There’s still an undiscovered part of Tuscany. It is situated in Lunigiana, at the far border with the regions of Liguria and Emilia Romagna, in the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines. It is here that the Zeri valleys are found, covering a territory divided into three vast valleys known as the valley of Adelano, Gordana and Rossano. Woods resplendent with chestnut, beech and oak trees alternate with vast, permanent m ...

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Until May: discovering the most beautiful house of the Narcissi in Italy!

In the spring, gardens make a beautiful display of themselves, affecting all our senses. The dancing air of pollen and the new reawakening of nature produce a great variety of flowers. You see them shoot up now here and there wherever you look: white, yellow, two-tone, coloured and impressive. The narcissi of Villa La Pescigola guard the lovely horseshoe-shaped villa that stands between the English flowerbe ...

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