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|LUXURY IN ITALY||
Italy is a large country in Southern Europe. It is home to the greatest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites - art and monuments are everywhere around the country. It is also famous worldwide for its cuisine, its fashion, the luxury sports cars and motorcycles, as well as for its beautiful coasts, lakes and mountains (the Alps and Appennines).
Tonino Lamborghini Group
The Group celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2011. Located in the magnificent Palazzo del Vignola, a Renaissance villa outside Bologna, the Tonino Lamborghini Group is reaping the rewards of a strategic process begun in 2009, with new projects dedicated to the most exclusive and luxury markets and aimed to emphasize the essence of the brand: Italian genius with an uncompromising spirit.
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Luxury Society Market Guide ITALY
Italy is a market driven by automobiles and tourism, known in the luxury industry for a focus on design and artisan production. The industrialised country is home to some of the world’s most famous luxury brands, across a range of subsectors: supercars (Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini), fashion (Armani, Prada, Versace, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Luxottica, Tod’s) and yachts (Aquariva, Perrini Navi, Ferretti & Azimut). (...)
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Apulia's Official Tourism Portal
Crystal blue sea, green countryside, intense red terrain, golden sunsets....From Porto Cesareo to Peschici, from Bari to Taranto, from Vieste to Brindisi, from Otranto to the Tremiti Islands, you can experience a multitude of emotions holidaying in Puglia all year round. You can find all of the tourist information that you may require on this site, regarding beach establishments, castles, cult places, typical products, cathedrals, and natural parks in Puglia… Your trip begins here.
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Italy - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Italy, officially the Italian Republic is a country located in south-central Europe. To the north it borders France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia along the Alps. To the south it consists of the entirety of the Italian Peninsula, Sicily, Sardinia — the two largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea — and many other smaller islands. (…)
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Luxury in Europe
The Old Continent is the cradle of the ancient world and its civilisations and is characterised by the interweaving of its different cultures over a small space of land. From the North Cape to Malta and from Ireland to Romania, Europe is distinctive for its sheer variety.
Compared with the wide-open spaces of America or Central Asia, Europe forms a complex confetti of countries. This, the smallest of all the five continents, is shared between 45 countries. Its diversity is a key asset. Its dynamic cultures, heritage and landscapes offer wonderful tourist opportunities. Northern Europe, in Germany, Scandinavia and the Benelux, is a place of rolling landscapes and modern, airy cities. Ireland and Great Britain boast lush green countryside and an inimitably ‘British’ style. Eastern Europe contributes Baroque cities and the poetic charm of its rivers, the most outstanding of which is the Danube. Mediterranean Europe, with its Greco-Roman, mediaeval and Renaissance remains, completes this picture of friendly harmony, framed by a sunny coastline.
Architecture & Interior Designers in Italy
“Luxury in architecture is not different from luxury in life. Luxury is having what makes you happy at home. Luxury are spaces that make you take a deep breath, that amaze you, that make you think, that you find unusual, that move you…” – Isay Weinfeld´s definition of luxury
Art & Culture in Italy
Italy, a land of art and history.
Italy is a synonym for culture, art, and history. Artistic wonders can be found everywhere, and every corner of the country holds countless and wonderful surprises. Our artistic and cultural heritage is one of the most valuable in the world. Italy has more cultural UNESCO World Heritage Sites than any other country.
Bars and Nightclubs in Italy
The best bars and nightlife in Italy.
Cafes in Italy
The oldest, best and most luxurious caffès in Italy.
Events in Italy
Golf Courses in Italy
Luxury Cars and Services in Italy
Luxury Education Programs in Italy
Luxury Hotels in Italy
A complete guide of luxury accommodations in Italy. The very best in luxury hospitality.
Modern Italian society provides visitors with speed and relaxation in equal measure. When you want vibrancy and dynamism, a stay in a Milan centre hotel opens up the creativity and class of the capital of Lombardy. If you need a true capital city hotel, Rome is home to some of Europe’s finest accommodation.
Luxury News in Italy
Private Flight Services in Italy
Products and Shopping in Italy
Real Estate and Property Investments in Italy
Luxury real estate in Italy with properties, homes and plots of land for sale or rent.
Restaurants in Italy
Italy, a land of flavours.
Italy has always been a synonym for "good food," offering an unmistakable explosion of flavours, scents, and aromas. Aside from having one of the most famous cuisines, it also proposes an immense variety of different regional dishes and recipes.
Discover the best restaurants in Italy.
Spas in Italy
A collection of luxurious spas in Italy each offering an authentic and luxurious setting to relax, replenish and rejuvenate mind, body and soul.
Weddings and Services in Italy
Wines in Italy
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Yachts and Sailing in Italy
Highlights of some of the world's most desirable yachts available for luxury experiences in Italy.
Yoga Retreats in Italy
Luxury Yoga Retreats
Luxury in Aeolian Islands
The Aeolian Islands, also known as the “Lipari Islands”, have been nominated patrimony of humanity by UNESCU. The seven splendid islands surrounded by the blue Tyrrhenian Sea north of the north-eastern Sicilian coast. The islands are of volcanic origin and are home to two active volcanoes situated on the islands of Vulcano and Stromboli.
Lipari, Salina, Vulcano, Panarea, Stromboli, Alicudi and Filicudi, defined as the “seven pearls of the Mediterranean” offer unspoilt nature, breathtaking landscape, sea-beds of undeniable beauty and crystal clear sea. The pebbled and fine black-sandy beaches, gigantic faraglioni jutting out of the sea, caves and marine grottos to be explored and memorable dawns and sunsets are all part of the splendid features of the Aeolian Islands. Its mild climate, with temperatures never below 10°, allows for pleasant stays even off-season.
In the past, as well as in the present, travellers, writers and explorers in search of adventures have been inspired by the Aeolian Islands, and have created some of the most intense narratives; M. Dumas, Houel, G. De Maupassant and many other artists have explored these seven wonders, enraptured with their eternal wildness.
Seven timeless islands, which offer exotic charm and, thanks to their geographic location, an ideal destination for holidays away from every-day life.
Luxury in Island of Sardinia
This Mediterranean island has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and if you venture inland you’ll find breathtaking countryside.
It may be Italian now, but this isle's rich, varied history has seen visits from the Phoenicians, Romans, Pisans, Genoese and Spaniards, as reflected in its architecture, food and culture. If you have time and inclination, there’s a lot to see here, from the flamingoes and mediaeval traces in its cosmopolitan capital, Cagliari, to the Spanish influence on Alghero on the Coral Riviera. But you may find it difficult to prise yourself away from the magnificent white sands and crystal-clear waters...
Luxury in Island of Sicily
Italy's strategically located island has a colorful and varied history from conquest by the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Greeks, Romans of ancient times to the Byzantines, Normans, Bourbons and English of the 19th century. Many antiquity ruins remain.
Luxury in Republic of San Marino
Of the world's 196 independent countries, San Marino is the fifth smallest and – arguably – the most curious. How it exists at all is something of an enigma. A sole survivor of Italy's once powerful city-state network, this landlocked micronation clung on long after the more powerful kingdoms of Genoa and Venice folded. And still it clings, secure in its status as the world's oldest surviving sovereign state and its oldest republic (since AD 301).
Measuring 61 sq km, the country is larger than many outsiders imagine, being made up of nine municipalities each hosting its own settlement. The largest 'town' is Dogana (on the bus route from Italy), a place 99.9% of the two million annual visitors skip on their way through to the Città di San Marino, the medieval settlement on the slopes of 750m-high Monte Titano that was added to the Unesco World Heritage list in 2008.
Though San Marino is old and commands some astounding views, it retains a curious lack of intimacy and (for want of a better word) soul.
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