Places to see
One of the most beautiful squares in Europe, where it would be a crime to move a single stone. This statement isn’t new, but comes from none other than Le Corbusier, who of course knew a thing or two about architecture.
Colourful, exciting, captivating. Palermo, the capital of Sicily, and its surroundings are definitely worth a few days.
Taormina, a charming town in a beautiful location, is one of the most popular destinations in Sicily. The enchanting landscape and atmosphere of the town have captivated poets and painters over the centuries, including Goethe. With the impressive ancient Greek theatre on top, the sea and Mount Etna in the background, the small mediaeval streets, the beautiful beaches nearby and the irresistible culinary experience, everyone will be touched.
Another age, another world. That’s the feeling you get when you first take a look at this unique city of Matera and its fascinating Sassi district. It’s a place that leaves no one untouched and that everyone must see.
Rome is famous not only for its magnificent sights, but also for the cats that live among the ancient ruins, which are a feature of the cityscape in many places.
Naples is a beautiful city. Naples is a special city. Naples is a city of contradictions. It has everything – and the opposite of everything.
With a commonplace, Milan is the capital of fashion, the best place for an aperitivo, the epitome of the modern, elegant lifestyle. But the city is quite complex and offers much more to anyone who approaches it in more than a superficial way.