“A Jewel on the Hill” is the nickname given to this magical town, whose name loosely translates to “the dying town.” The town has been on this hill for nearly 2,500 years and overlooks a stunning valley. Due to weather conditions the town is closed off to visitors for most of the year, but if you’re there in the summertime – you mustn’t miss it.
North of Lake Grada, nestled between green mountains, hides the magical Varone waterfall. The breathtaking beauty of this place is synonymous with Italy’s natural wilderness. The fall’s uniqueness is partially the result of the rich vegetation that envelops it. This area is one-of-a-kind, and tourists are urged to see it.
Venice’s Ca’Sagredo Hotel offers an experience one will struggle to find in other places. Built in the 15th century, the hotel is considered to be a work of art and can make patrons feel like royalty. The hotel overlooks the largest canal in Venice and its rooms contain genuine and rare works of art.
If you visit this area in different parts of the year, you’ll have a hard time recognizing it. Nicknamed “Little Tibet”, this area transforms with the seasons. In wintertime, the whole region is painted white with snow and becomes a popular ski resort. In the spring, the hills wear dresses of green. In the summer they envelope themselves in yellows and browns, and in autumn the area turns to a mysterious gray version.
During the 9th century, Queen Margarita made Savonia her royal home, thanks to the magnificent gardens, filled with many species of beautiful plants. The castle has five towers that offer stunning views of the surrounding Aosta Valley, at the north-western part of Italy.