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Venice and Veneto

The Serenissima Venice has for centuries dominated the Mediterranean and preserves the treasures of Constantinople, the gold of the mosaics and the splendor of the palaces that rise from the water. The genius of Palladio gave the Venetian villas on the mainland the architectural dignity of the temples of Ancient Greece which are now places of life, rest and hospitality. Many of these have always been inhabited ...

Milan and Lombardy

In addition to the work of Leonardo da Vinci, the treasures of the Gonzaga in Mantua and the famous lakes, in Lombardy you can discover normally inaccessible places: neoclassical houses decorated to receive Napoleon, the villa where Manzoni wrote the Promessi Sposi, still inhabited by his heirs, the palaces of Bergamo with masterpieces of Lombard painting, collections of ancient musical instruments, private villas on the lakes of ...

Rome and Lazio

Capital of a universal empire, then seat of the Papacy, for over two thousand years Rome has been a reference for the whole world. Place par excellence of artistic commissioning has attracted and formed over the centuries the most famous artists. Great artists designed and decorated villas and palaces of new papal families or cardinals who rose to sovereign and princely rank. Many residences are still inhabited ...

Sicily of the Leopard

Sicily is the essence of the history of the Mediterranean and its privileged observatory. Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs and Normans have left traces of their splendid civilizations. But what most captivates our guests is the life that runs behind the walls of the aviti palaces, the tables laden with desserts made with ancient recipes, the scent of orange groves in secret gardens, ...

Florence, Siena and Tuscany

In Tuscany, in Florence, which was the cradle of the Renaissance and the scene of the Medici patronage, an innate sense of beauty, a cultivated and industrious patriciate, a spirit of unparalleled preservation, have made the Florentine historical residences one of the most beautiful Italy. There are still families living in a palace designed for them by Raphael or in the villa where Lorenzo the Magnificent ...

Salento and Puglia

In addition to Castel del Monte, the great cathedrals, the picturesque trulli and the expanses of ancient olive trees, there is a Puglia that still survives, unchanged over the centuries, linked to families who have been able to preserve their traditions. It will be possible to admire a Messapian tomb in a private garden of Lecce, have breakfast with cheese produced in a fortified farm inhabited by peasants, be received in ...

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