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Rome by Bike

 
 
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Visiting Rome by bike is an invigorating and energizing experience. Part of the historic city center – that includes spots like the Pantheon and Castel Sant’Angelo – is closed to traffic and, even considering that it is mainly a pedestrian area without real cycling routes, byciclers and pedestrians alike can enjoy the area’s life, history and beauty.

Ostuni "The white city"

Written by Natascia

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Ostuni, the last stretch along the Southern Murgia in the province of Brindisi and known as the "White City" appears to tourists as a white spot on top of a steep sloping hill.  Ostuni dominates a dense territory of age-old olive groves that extend down to the sea. Its walls enclose a perfectly preserved medieval district characterised by a labyrinth of little narrow streets, steps, arches, small squares and little balconies, all fully painted in white lime paint, the reason for the name "White City".  The Ostuni coastline today is a widely known tourist bathing attraction in Puglia and there are lots of bathing establishments along the coast, including Il Pilone, Rosamarina, Monticelli, Diana Marina, Villanova, Gorgognolo, Costa Merlata, Santa Lucia, Torre Pozzella and Lamaforca.  The coast along Ostuni is about 20 km long and alternates between long beaches and dunes covered in Mediterranean maquis and includes the Regional Nature Reserve, sandy bays and rocky coastline. Thanks to this, it is possible to choose between Rosamarina Beach, with its fine sand beach and little rocks, and Lamaforca Cliff composed of a host of small beaches reachable only by foot. 

St. Francis and the Basilica in Assisi

 

A holy city for Christians, Assisi is an eternal destination for pilgrims wanting to the see the places where Saint Francis was born, where he worked, and where he died.

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In this small center – propped up on the slopes of Mount Subasio – everything in sight seems to refer to the Saint, even if it is only remotely relevant to his life.
Together with almost all its surrounding territory, Assisi was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 2000. UNESCO describes Assisi as constituting a unique example of continuous history, as a city-sanctuary, from its Umbrian-Roman origins, through the Middle Ages and up to today.

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