What is the weather in Italy all year round? Italy has a warm Mediterranean kind of climate, meaning it experiences extreme summers and winters. Travelling to Italy requires preparation when it comes to what type of clothes to bring. Aside from the seasons, the geographical location of the regions also plays a factor. It is in what kind of weather you can expect.KEEP WARM AND CONTINUE READING
Looking for a complete Palermo Tourist Map? Our travel blog about Palermo and other cities in Sicily can help you get started. Coined as the ‘all port’, Palermo greets its visitors for more than two millennia. For many, across Europe, it is the hope of a bright sunny life. Travellers since the ancient years desired its mild weather.
Palermo is the capital of Sicily and a key city linking Europe to African and Middle Eastern countries. The Phoenicians founded the city in 734 B.C. Since then, it became an ethnic melting pot of various cultures and traditions. The city of Palermo served as the gateway for new settlements and invasions because of its strategic location in the Meditteranean sea.Discover what is palermo italy like
Standing proud and mighty in the middle of bustling Rome is the large ancient Flavian Amphitheatre, we now call the Colosseum. Always on the top list of the first places to see in the eternal city and the globe of wonders.Continue reading “Colosseum – facts and myths”
Home to the most ingenious human creations in the world like pizza and piano, the Repubblica Italia or just Italy is home to more than 60 million inhabitants. This profoundly Christianised country is strategically located in the midst of Europe and Asia, with it facing the sweetest view of Europe north and the oil-rich nations of the Middle East down.
The Valley of the Temples, an ancient Greek ruin is in a mountain ridge outside the town of Agrigento. It is Valle dei Tempi in Italian and Vaddi di Tempri for the Sicilian locals.Continue reading “The Valley of the Temples: Facts, Myths and Secrets”