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4 summer not-to-be-missed destinations in 2016

4 summer not-to-be-missed destinations in 2016

Summer means sun, sea, long beaches and blue sea, but also walking in the countryside, visiting extraordinary works of art and fun for the whole family. Here are the four destinations not to be missed for next Summer. • Sicily White beaches, volcanic cliffs, crystal clear water, cultural wonders and…
The Floating Piers and Lake Iseo

The Floating Piers and Lake Iseo

Who has never dreamt of walking on water, rocked by the waves and admiring beautiful landscapes? Now you can, thanks to an extraordinary installation that will be on the Lake Iseo from June 18 to July 3: "The Floating Piers". Imagine 70 thousand square meters of yellow and orange shimmering…
Lake Garda, 3 towns not to be missed

Lake Garda, 3 towns not to be missed

Lake Garda is the largest lake in Italy, with an area of about 370 km², and the third for depth after Lake Como and Lake Maggiore. The northern part of the lake is narrower, surrounded by mountains, and the southern part is wider. Lake Garda is located between three Italian…
Weekend in Brescia? You’re spoiled for choice

Weekend in Brescia? You’re spoiled for choice

The city of Brescia unfurls against a backdrop of the Alpine foothills, where Val Trompia emerges from the mountains. It’s a joy to stretch your legs along the panoramic roads that clamber up the slopes of the Ronchi uplands, blanketed with varied, almost Mediterranean vegetation. And a stroll among the…
Bandiere arancioni 2013

Bandiere arancioni 2013

On Sunday, October 13th,  in 100 Italian hamlets certified ‘Orange Flag’,  there will be guided tours, food tastings, events and free activities open to all. The orange flag is the quality  certification on environmental tourism  given to small inlandhamlets by the Italian Touring Club. For more information about the locations visit the official website of the event. Choose UNA Hotels and discover the…
International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

The 8th of March 2011 sees the highest level of global women’s activity ever witnessed as groups to celebrate the International Women’s Day centenary. The first International Women’s Day events were run in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland in 1911 and attended by over one million people. 100 years after,…

“Ferragosto”, August 15th!

August 15th is a typical bank holiday in Italy...in Italy we say "Ferragosto" and it means "August holidays". Traditionally it is dedicated to long trips, often characterized by lunches and by refreshing baths in sea water, river or lake. Moreover it coincides with the celebration of Feast of Assumption, a…

Milan and surrounding in August

For those will stay in Milan during august..don’t worry! In the city of fashion many attractives started already such as “Sforzinda” at Castello Sforzesco, a place perfect for children, the exhibition dedicated to Leonardo of Vinci, the waterpark “Acquaviva” and the Luna Park (reacheable with bus 73 from the city…