We’d be happy to show you around BOLOGNA, our medieval gem that is best known for its old University, mouthwatering cuisine (if you want to experience the joys of good food then Bologna is the place to be), and welcoming atmosphere. Experience a stroll with us in the city center, the unmissable beating heart. Let’s discover its symbols (the Two Towers, Piazza Maggiore), along hidden places off the beaten track, and get lost under the endless porticos, which stretch along the city for miles and miles.
Italy Greeters welcome you
Explore Italy’s ancient Rome, the ruins of Pompei and Greek temple of Sicily. Florence the homeland of Renaissance. Venice, a unique floating city. The Alps with Dolomites, the wine hills of Piedmont and Tuscany, the sea, the beaches. Milan global capital of fashion and design, elegant, modern and ancient. Bologna Italy’s gourmet capital, with Lamborghini and Ferrari factories in its surroundings. Naples with Mt Vesuvius and its gleaming bay with the island of Capri. Italy is also a country full of joy where people like to meet together and eating with divine food and wine.
Catania is an ancient port city on the east coast of Sicily. It is located at the foot of Etna, an active volcano with paths that reach its summit. The large central square of the city, Piazza del Duomo, is characterized by the picturesque statue of the Elephant Fountain and the richly decorated Cathedral. In the southwestern corner of the square, La Pescheria, the daily fish market, is a roaring spectacle surrounded by restaurants serving fish. Catania was founded in the 8th century BC by Greek
Ferrara is one of the main cities of the Italian Renaissance. With its Castle, the intrigues of the palace, the architecture of its monuments, the characteristic cobbled streets, the Jewish Ghetto tells of the close link between the Po and its inhabitants in a refined environment with attention to detail by the Dukes of the Este family.
Florence is Italy’s third-largest city and the birthplace of the Renaissance. It has six major cathedrals, the Uffizi Gallery and the Gallery of the Academy of Florence, home to Michelangelo’s David as well as the famous Ponte Vecchio. Every sightline in the city is a gateway to the rich history and beauty of this city.
At the moment we have only walks in English
Milan is a unique elegant city, full of life and culture, modern and ancient. Its churches and museums are rich in masterpieces such as the Da Vinci’s Last Supper. The Duomo, Sforza Castle and the modern buildings such as the Vertical Forest, show the city’s evolution of architecture throughout the centuries. Milan is the global capital of fashion and design and its divine cuisine will amaze anyone. Its university life, its nightlife with theatres, pubs and clubs are vibrant and dynamic.
Pentone (Pentùni or Pentòni in calabrese) is an Italian town in the province of Catanzaro in Calabria. It is located at 648 meters above sea level on the southern slopes of Sila Piccola.
From our Town the sea and the mountains are easily reached with less than 30 minutes.
The territory, purely agricultural, is characterized by the presence of typical Mediterranean flora and fauna.
Pordenone and its surroundings in Friuli offer, among others, the medieval old towns of Pordenone, San Vito al Tagliamento and Sacile, but also the Noncello River Park or the places and squares of Casarsa, where Pier Paolo Pasolini spent part of his youth and where his tomb is. For sporty guests there are also easy walks in the greenery. Culinary guests will be spoiled with a glass of wine and the famous San Daniele raw ham.
Ancient capital of the Western Roman Empire of the fifth and sixth centuries, Ravenna has inherited the splendor of a capital from its past and has been able to preserve them in optimal conditions. Its Byzantine mosaics are famous and eight of its monuments have been declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. and there aren’t many cities that can boast eight Unesco sites!
If you want to know more about life in an Italian village with less than 5,000 inhabitants, our Greeters are very much willing to share their knowledge. as they are willing to show you the best markets, tell you about the small beaches they prefer or advice you on the most beautiful day trips.Or maybe you want to know where we drink our espresso?
Anyway, we invite you cordially to book a Rotondella Greeter an get to learn more about beautiful southern Italy.
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