Cortina, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is the only Italian town to be part of “The Best of the Alps”, the Association that brings together the 12 most refined mountain resorts in the Alps.
Cortina is a hidden treasure: a world where ancient arts, old crafts and the many artisanal workers live of unequaled strength and excellence. Cortina is a chic place, anticipating trends, thanks to the concentration in a small space of a large number of shops, boutiques and clubs. Cortina is also a paradise for skiing lovers.
Florence, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is universally recognized as one of the most beautiful cities in the world thanks to its art and architecture
You can admire monuments and museums including the Duomo, Santa Croce and the Uffizi, Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Pitti and Ponte Vecchio the symbol of the city.
You can also admire an enchanting landscape typical of the Chianti countryside dotted with ancient villages, traditional farms and old rural houses.
Trieste is a pearl set in the heart of Europe, where the white cliffs of the Carso are reflected in the blue of the Adriatic Sea.
Trieste is enchanting with its buildings dating back to the Hapsburg era, not to be missed is the Castle of Miramare, and then up from Piazza Goldoni to the Campidoglio hill with the remains of a castle dating back to 1400 with the ruins of the Roman Forum and the cathedral Romanesque church of San Giusto.
A must is the visit of the Cave of the Giant, the largest tourist cave in the world.
Rome, capital of Italy, is the city with the highest concentration of historical and architectural heritage in the world.
Its historical center bounded by the perimeter of the Aurelian walls, overlapping testimonies of nearly three millennia, is an expression of the historical, artistic and cultural heritage of the Western European world.
Milan is one of the most developed cities in Italy. A must see its via Montenapoleone, one of the most famous streets in the world for its designer shops.
Milan is not only fashion but also art with the Duomo, the Vittorio Emanuele II gallery, the Castello Sforzesco and the Leonardo Da Vinci museum.
La Scala Theater for an elegant and refined evening; and for those who want to have fun there are countless clubs from Corso Como up to the colourfull Navigli.