Autore: Walter Manni

Explorer and adventurer: loves to surf the Oceans, climb the Mountains and ride on the deep web.

| 15 May 2017

The St. Vicinio Way is one of the oldest Italian historical hiking paths and is developed on a circular itinerary that extends for almost 350 kilometers between the provinces of Forlì-Cesena, Arezzo and Rimini, and… Read more >>

| 02 May 2017

“Europe was born in a pilgrimage, and its mother tongue is Christianity” J.W. Goethe The Via Francigena, also known as via Francesca or Romea, is an ancient pilgrimage route from North-West Europe to Rome (and then… Read more >>

| 27 April 2017

Perched on a rocky spur on the ridge separating the Ongina Valley and the Stirone Valley, the small village of Vigoleno is one of the most striking and rich in history of Piacenza province. The… Read more >>

| 20 April 2017

Small capital on the shores of the Po River, Gualtieri is a town rich in historical testimonies and is recognized as a masterpiece of late sixteenth-century urbanism. To know Historians say that the name “Gualtieri”… Read more >>

| 14 April 2017

If you are in Emilia Romagna and you’re still thinking about what to do on Easter holiday, if you are still surfing the Web looking for cool events and traditional appointments for the day of… Read more >>

| 03 April 2017

Almost 200 km in the ancient domain of Matilda of Canossa (or Matilda of Tuscany), between amazing places of art, culture and faith. An old path which runs along a varied and lush landscape, from… Read more >>