La Grande Strada Delle Dolomiti: Da Bolzano a Cortina

Enrico Massetti Publishing
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 Questa guida vi condurrà in un'unità sulla Grande Strada Dolomitica, da Bolzano a Cortina d'Ampezzo, attraversando Karneid, Nova Levante, Lago Carezza, Passo di Costalunga, Vigo di Fassa, Pozza di Fassa, Campitello di Fassa, Canazei, Pecol , Il Passo Fadaia, il Pieve di Livinallongo, il Col di Lana, il Passo di Falzarego, la Valparola Ridge, le Cinque Torri e la Tofana. Include mappe, foto e descrizioni delle attrazioni di tutte le località toccate, nonché informazioni di viaggio. Contiene recensioni per i migliori ristoranti consigliati che si trovano nella località descritta.
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Enrico Massetti è nato a Milano, Italia. Ora vive a Washington DC, USA, ma visita regolarmente la sua città natale e visita tutte le località in Italia.

Enrico può essere contattato a enricomassetti@msn.com.

 

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Enrico Massetti Publishing
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Published on
Aug 5, 2017
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Pages
55
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ISBN
9781387146857
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Language
Italian
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Travel / Europe / Italy
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Often called the Switzerland of the South, Calabria covers the mountainous toe of Italy. Here one finds the most beautiful forests, and the hillsides are covered with the white leaves of ancient olive trees.

Traveling between the Calabrian mountains, in a vast land of magnificent beauty, you are in a region bounded with two seas of approximately eight hundred kilometers coasts, where for this particular configuration, incalculable views are present and where the nature has plot in a magnificent way the lines that talent and human work must follow, or art efforts can improve.

Closed in the north with the Pollino and Orsomarso imponent relieves, Calabria has a predominantly territory mountainous, vast green reserves, and lakes with robust splendor inside Sila, demoted summit to peak into the sea on the Range Coast, very high silver firs and rushing streams on the Serre, the last window on the Mediterranean between the Aspromonte summits.

Calabria’s 800 km of pristine coastline are described in detail, as well as the Nature parks and reserves. The Sports available are included.

This guide also leads you in a drive through Calabria, starting from Maratea and then going to Papasidero, Cosenza, the Sila mountains, Crotone, Pizzo Calabro, Tropea and Capo Vaticano, Locri, Pentedattilo, to end up in Reggio Calabria.

It includes photos and descriptions of the attractions of all the localities touched, as well as travel info.

It includes info on regional food.

It contains many reviews for the best-recommended restaurants that are at the location described; you have the necessary information ready: the name, address and telephone number are included in the guide together with the review.

David Herbert Lawrence, the famous English writer, loved Italy. He traveled through it far and wide, often on foot.

Sardinia inspired him, and he dedicated his excellent book to it, "Sea and Sardinia," where he wrote: "Sardinia is left outside of time and history."

Of course, nowhere is left outside of time and history. However, Lawrence's affirmation has an absolute "poetic" truth, which captures and sums up a sensation which unites everyone who goes to Sardinia.

The feeling of finding oneself in a region where the stunning beauty of nature, the limpid waters of the sea, the reserved and genuine character of the people, the exquisiteness of the many typical dishes, the ancient traditions, and the various expressions of Sardinian culture, will never change.

In spite of the twists and turns of history, and in spite of the passing of time. The Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs, Byzantines, and Spanish all arrived in this beautiful island: Sardinia assimilated and reinterpreted all these different influences, integrated them into its own culture, but did not allow its heart, its profound way of feeling, to be touched or changed.

This is a guide for a visit to Sardinia lasting ten days to two weeks. The itinerary starts from Olbia, on the Costa Smeralda, and then touches La Maddalena, Porto Torres, Sassari, Alghero, Macomer and its nuraghi, Oristano, Iglesias, Cagliari, Sorgono, Nuoro and Orosei.

There are descriptions and photos of the attractions and description of the best beaches that are near the locations being described.

Cuisine and several recipes in Sardinia are covered.

It has information on how to get to Sardinia by either air or by a ferry service.

It contains reviews on many restaurants in the towns covered by the guide.

The guide is organized in a circular fashion; you can start from Olbia or from any other city where you can arrive via air or ferry.

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