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Are you one of those who likes history and culture? Do you enjoy the dynamics of big cities? Do you like countries that receive many tourists throughout the year? Holidu has exactly what you are looking for. From Cepagatti to Valsolda and from Diano Marina to Montaione, you will find the best glamping sites to enjoy real quality time. You will be amazed at all that this incredible country has to offer, historical museums, impressive monuments, incredible architectural constructions, natural wonders and much more. The views from the hill towards the sea off the coast of Tuscany will make you fall in love and while the sunsets on the horizon of the Adriatic Sea will leave you speechless. This makes Italy an attractive destination for many people. No more waiting, take your things, make your reservation and marvel at Italy!Beautiful glamping options for all the needs
There are many reasons why millions and millions of visitors go to know Italy every year, how incredibly well-preserved are the historical vestiges and monuments, the marvel of its ancient, medieval and modern architecture, the natural wonders, among others, and also which has an enormous capacity to offer accommodation for all tastes and all needs. In Italy, you will find glamping of numerous designs, from the most traditional and more attached to Italian culture to the most modern with Western style designs, there is also a huge amount of amenities available to cover all kinds of needs, from the cosiest and smaller glamping with one bedroom and one bathroom, perfect for one person or a couple, to even the largest glamping, with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms enough for 10 people to be comfortable, with a garden, parking, swimming pool and sometimes even Jacuzzi. What are you waiting for? Take your things and book in Italy!
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My cultural wealth and historical monuments in Italy are so many that it is difficult to make a list that includes everything. Only in Rome there is a lot of historical evidence reflected in buildings and architectural constructions that during the passage of time have reflected the greatness of this incredible city. One of the most iconic monuments in the city and even in the whole country is the Roman Colosseum which is a huge construction 180 m long and 48 m high dating from the 1st century, the time of the Roman Empire, and which was originally built as an amphitheatre to showcase the bloody spectacles, although the Romans built amphitheatres of this style throughout the empire, this is the largest of all. Today you can learn a good part of the history of Italy by visiting this beautiful building and listening to its origin, its functionality and its long journey to this day from the voices of experts on the subject.Italy for art lovers
Italy is an ideal country to be visited by art lovers, the whole country is full of Renaissance works because it is the heart of said movement. In every corner of the territory you can find art and not only in museums or galleries but in churches, in architectural constructions, in the streets and many aspects of daily life. The most emblematic and representative place of Renaissance art is undoubtedly Florence, the city where the statue of David by Michelangelo is located, the largest collection of works of Renaissance painting in the world, the impregnated Duomo of Florence, the Basilica of Santa Croche and its tombs of scientists and artists, among others. Rome, also has an immeasurable artistic wealth that can appear both in museums and churches and even in the most unexpected places such as streets and buildings, from the Vatican to the basilica of St. Peter you will find many of the best works of art not only of Rome and not only from Italy but from the world. Italy is certainly an idyllic place for art lovers.
Did you know that Italy is the country with the most cultural heritages declared by UNESCO with 50 specifically?
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With its 193 m in length, its 45 m in height and its more than 2 hectares of surface, La Basilica de San Pedro is the largest Christian temple in the world. When you visit it, you will realize that it is one of the most sacred sites in all of Catholicism and that it is a wonder both for its artistic and architectural value and for the incredible Renaissance works of art that are inside. Go to the basilica, walk through the courtyard, through the corridors and soak up all the history and culture that it possesses.2. Presence one of the most valuable collections of Renaissance
In addition to its architectural and religious value, the Sistine Chapel houses one of the most valuable collections of Renaissance paintings in history. The Chapel is the best known room of the Vatican Apostolic Palace. And this is because in its walls and ceilings it houses a beautiful collection of paintings that adorn it with incomparable beauty. Although "The Final Judgment" by Michelangelo is undoubtedly the most recognized work, to its credit there are important alfresco decorations by artists such as Sandro Botticelli, Pietro Perugino, Pinturicchio, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Cosimo Rosselli and Luca Signorelli.3. Take a gondola ride across the Grand Canal
The beautiful city of Venice is one of the most touristic in the world due to its particular construction of water channels that connect tourist attractions. The city itself is an architectural and artistic beauty worth witnessing, in addition to the great canal, which is the widest and the longest, it passes through many of the most important places in the city such as the Rialto Bridge, the Garssi Palace and Santa Maria di la Salute4. Get to know the cathedral of Milan
This huge church also known as the Duomo di Milano is one of the largest in the world. In addition, its Gothic style gives it enormous invaluable architectural and artistic value; And as if that were not enough, the interior is endowed with numerous works of art, sculptures and monuments typical of the tradition and history of the ancient empire. Go through the corridors, marvel at the detail of the design inside and witness the works of art that this wonderful religious construction keeps.5. Eat a pizza in front of Vesuvius
Napoli is one of the most traditional cities in Italy, and it is said that one of the most representative dishes of Italian culture comes from there, that the Neapolitan pizza is the real pizza and the rest are variations of it. In addition, this city is home to one of the largest active volcanoes in the world, Vesuvius. Go to Napoli, order a pizza in any of its restaurants since the flavour and quality guaranteed and taste it while you observe all the beauty, the majesty, and the magnanimity of the gigantic volcano.6. Sunbathe on a beach paradise beach
Sardinia is one of the most famous islands in Italy and the world for its extraordinary natural beauty, for its history, and for the incredible attention of the people. It is full of beaches whose water is incomparable crystalline, with white sands and a warm temperature that makes you want to always be near the sea. Go to the island, feel the sea breeze, bathe in the warm waters of a beach and sunbathe to fully revitalize yourself.7. Take a picture holding the tower of Pisa
The tower of Pisa is a tower that fulfils the bell tower of the Pisa Cathedral, which is almost 60 metres high and which is famous for its particular Roman-style design and because it has almost 4 degrees of inclination. Go to Pisa and take a photo holding the tower, pretending that you are preventing it from falling and saving its heritage, which is considered, together with the cathedral, one of the most important jewels of Roman art.