Italy dreamers February

The best of #italydreamers on Instagram in February


Fighting the greyness of February with an explosion of colors: this is what our friend Riccellina did, who visited the most famous and Instagrammed island of Venice. If you’ve never been there,

here are  10 reasons why you should visit the Serenissima.

One of them is indeed Burano!


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2. Assisi

Zigomo takes us with him to Assisi, a medieval village linked to the history of San Francesco and Santa Chiara, who lived there. The symbol of the city is the Basilica, a UNESCO

heritage site since 2000, which is located in an elevated position, with the outline that stands out clearly on the horizon. An incredible feeling to get here on foot!


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3. Pisa

Did you know why Piazza dei Miracoli is called like that? The name was given to it by Gabriele D’Annunzio, who in his novel Forse che sì, forse che no 1910, called it this way: “The heron spun in the sky of Christ, on the lawn of the Miracles”.

Together with Hilden travels we have explored the square, an important religious center since the time of the Etruscans, and its four monuments: the Baptistery, the Cathedral, the Campo Santo and the Campanile, better known as the Tower of Pisa.


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4. Firenze

Going back in time to experience the splendor of the Florentine Renaissance?

We can do it together with Vitomariag, who shared with our community the shot of his visit to Palazzo Vecchio. With its maze of rooms, airy terraces and courtyards decorated with statues, it is certainly one of the reasons to visit Florence. Do you what to know what the others are?


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5. Positano

One of the most Instagrammed panoramas of the Amalfi Coast is the one that from the great beach of Positano goes through a succession of staircases up to the hill, encountering a maze of pastel-colored houses, arches, domes, and arcades.

After this hard work together with Piergiorgio Tursini, we really deserve a nice lemon granita, what do you think?


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See you next month with the March images from the #italydreamers community!


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