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    Southern Italy & Naples
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Naples, the Vesuvio, and the beauties of the coast have attracted nature and culture lovers for over two thousand years. Naples, a buzzing city full of energy and creativity, hosts some of the most beautiful museums of Antique art in the world. Pompei and Herculanum are very close and deserve both long visits.
    Rome, Italy
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Rome has been one of the capitals of the world for more than 2000 years. First under the Roman Empire, which spanned from England to Central Asia, then as the capital of Christendom. The city has an invaluable cultural heritage and a wonderful charm too. Its surroundings, the land on which the Latin people found the strength to conquer the world is full of surprises and beaties, definitely worth a long visit.
    Central Italy, Florence & Tuscany
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The beautiful landscape of Tuscany has made this region one of the most famous of Italy, enshrining sublime cities such as Florence, Sienna, Pisa, and so many others, less known but rich in artistic and historic treasures too
    Italy, the North and Venice
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Northern Italy has always been the economic force driving Italy, with Milan as capital. Rich of an outstanding history, where diverse influences, both Italian and foreign, fought and sometimes converged, the region is made of several entities, each with a specific past and superb cultural heritage. Venice, as an independant state-city for almost a thousand years is a must go for romantic lovers and art enthusiasts.
    Aquitaine
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New Aquitaine is one of the new 12 mainland regions of France formed in the national administrative reorganization that took place in January 1, 2016. It is the largest of these 12 regions with an area slightly larger than Austria.
    Champagne – Ardennes
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Informed travelers will look for the quiet and green ambiance of the Ardennes, while the wine enthusiasts can spend a few days enjoying the scenery and tasting the globally renowned local sparkling wines!
    Provence
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Provence one of the most beautiful places in the world, for its nature (Alps, the Mediterranean) and its culture: Marseille, Aix, Avignon, and so many scenic villages
    Burgundy & Franche-Comté
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Bourgogne Franche-Comté is one of the new 12 mainland regions of France reorganized since 2016. The reunion of these 2 previously separate administrative sections is a throwback to what it was from the 5th to the 8th century, the old Kingdom of Burgundy at the time of the Holy Roman Empire. At that time, the Duchy of Burgundy (actual Burgundy) was united to the County of Burgundy (Franche-Comte)
    Brittany
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Populated by Celtic settlers who came from Cornwall in the 5th century, Brittany still has today many specific characters of the Celtic civilization. It is quite different from the rest of France. These differences not only show in the landscape and wild scenery of the coast, along the Atlantic, but also in the language (Breton) akin to Welsh, and in the traditions.
    Auvergne & Rhone-Alps
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History of the Auvergne, Rhone Alps region can be traced up to 33,000 year ago as you visit the Chauvet Caves, a Unesco Heritage Site, in Ardeche.
    Alsace & Lorraine
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Situated in the eastern border of France, the region of Alsace, Lorraine and the Vosges Mountains provides a window to Central Europe. Historically the boundaries of this region have moved back and forth between France and Germany, which explains why today there are so many towns with German names
    Greece
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There are so many different places you can choose from between the mainland and the classical sites of Peloponnese, or the monasteries of the North, or the most famous islands such as Crete and Santorini, or some small less known little islands with one quaint village and an idyllic beach such as Hydra or Poros. Greece is spreading over 3 different seas: the Ionian sea, the Eolian sea, and the Mediterranean sea.