Sansepolcro was a significant discovery, during a weekend spent in Tuscany: a small city with many places to visit and as many stories to discover and tell when you came back home. In ancient times, the village was known as Burgus Sancti Sepulchri or Borgo Sansepolcro, and its origins date back to the tenth century:…Continue Reading
In Arezzo, I had already been now several years ago. For at least two years, then, I had made up my mind to want to come back to refresh my memory and discover it better than I had already done. At the turn of June and July (2018), therefore, I caught the ball to return,…Continue Reading
Several friends had advised me to visit Anghiari, especially for the long straightway very famous among motorcyclists. As soon as I could, therefore, I took the occasion to visit this small Tuscan village in the province of Arezzo (and one of the most beautiful villages in Italy). The first specific information about the town dates…Continue Reading
If you love trekking and walking along the pilgrims’ paths, you probably already know the way of St. Francis: it is a path of religious and naturalistic interest, along which there are several places where Saint Francis of Assisi passed (among these, of course, the four sanctuaries he founded). The route is divided into various…Continue Reading
Let’s go back to Pisa, to discover it again by going beyond Piazza dei Miracoli and its beauty. We begin the tour from the Fortilizio “La Cittadella” or, better to say, from the complex of the Guelph Fortilizio.
In mid-March, I was in Pisa with the Italian Travel Blogger Association, for the annual assembly and a beautiful tour of the city. I begin to tell you the two days from the walk made along the walkway of the walls of Pisa and the visit to the monuments of Piazza dei Miracoli.