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An easy hiking trail up to Monte San Vicino

For all the nature-lovers out there, spring has finally come, and we can start a new hiking season! Actually, Isabelle is the real hiker, I am just here to record what she previously experienced. I am the expert on food, let’s face that! Today’s hiking trail (check the GPS link to track it live) takes you..

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Inside the Frasassi Caves..with a little version of Smaug!

Just imagine entering the heart of a mountain, besides a Smaug dragon protecting a golden treasure, what would you see? “Mainly dark caves and sludgy puddles”, you could answer. Well, Le Marche, as you should have learned so far, can offer everything but muddy puddles. I am talking about the stunning Frasassi Caves, unique example..

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Cupra Montana in 24 Hours

Cupra Montana – Verdicchio Capital. Home to the white wine Verdicchio, Cupramontana has what it takes to make you feel comfortable while sampling wine and local dishes. Since it’s my hometown, it was challenging to have the tourist’s gaze and try not to be too obvious. To make things clear from the beginning, I am..

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A fiabesque Orange Flag: Serra San Quirico

Italy has been rewarded with so many quality brands, namely blue, green, red and orange flags, that sometimes it becomes tricky to know what’s behind those colours. To make things easier, we will talk about one of them, by presenting a village that has gained the Bandiera Arancione (Orange Flag). Orange flags are quality brands that..

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The amazing life of Maria Montessori, born and bred in Le Marche

“WE CAN DO IT” celebrates girl power and women rights worldwide, and becomes very popular every 8th March, perfectly on time. Even with doubts on the legitimacy of this motto, whether on the 8th of March, or every day of the year, women must be celebrated. For their strength, stubbornness, pride, determination, dedication and love..

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Eating snow and recalling memories

Kids have always cherished the snow falling quietly down and covering trees, fields and houses with its white blanket. But has it always been like that? As back as the memory of our grandparents goes, snow has always been important for nature and human beings. A long time ago, when the snow had arrived, activities..

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