Autore: Walter Manni

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

| 20 June 2017

“I had never stopped thinking about the ideal motor car… All I had to do was construct a plant to build it” Ferruccio Lamborghini Opened in 2014 in the premises of the former Lamborghini Oleodinamica… Read more >>

| 06 June 2017

“A journey in history and nature which inspired one of the fathers of Italian language and culture, through ancient castles, magical landscapes and silent hermitages where you can still find an intimate tranquility” The Dante’s… Read more >>

| 29 May 2017

Among the various paths that cross the Apennines to reach the city of Lucca and Rome there is the Via dei Linari, one of the ancient deviations of Francigena which takes its name from the homonymous… Read more >>

| 26 May 2017

The month of June in Emilia Romagna is usually associated to the opening of the Riviera, the afternoon walks at the park or on the hill, but it is also one of the richest months… Read more >>

| 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 >>