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    What to do on a San Marino Day Trip

    This is post 37 of 39 in the series “Italy” San Marino is a tiny city state near the Adriatic coast surrounded by Italy and a perfect day trip for those in Emilia Romagna region. It is also the oldest republic in the world, built atop a hill by San Marino as a refuge for […]

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    What to see in Treviso Italy

    This is post 36 of 39 in the series “Italy” Treviso is a quiet little town less than 30 minutes from Venice Mestre. Known as little Venice, it belonged to the Venetian empire and a world away from the overflowing streets of Venice. While it cannot compare to its big sister in grandeur, its small […]

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    What to do in Bologna aside from eating

    This is post 35 of 39 in the series “Italy” Bologna is the capital of the Emilia-Romagna region and one of the most historic cities in the country and an underrated place to visit. It is also known as the gastronomical capital of Italy and is famous for its red roofs. I’ve covered what to […]

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    Lagazuoi hike: seeing WWI tunnel warfare in the Dolomites

    This is post 31 of 39 in the series “Italy” The Lagazuoi is one of the best day hikes from Cortina d’Ampezzo in the Italian Dolomites. While the view is undeniably spectacular, it is more famous for its historical significance during WWI. As the frontline during WWI between Austria and Italy, both sides employed mining […]

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    Cortina d’ Ampezzo Summer guide for hikers

    Last updated on November 4th, 2019 at 04:47 am This is post 30 of 39 in the series “Italy” Cortina d’Ampezzo is one of the best bases in the Italian Dolomites, especially in the summer for hiking. It’s a short drive to the famous Lago di Braise as well as the Tre Cime hike, with […]

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