Southern Italy takes visitors down less travelled paths, into a world of colourful traditions, inviting tables, splendid terrain and lazy beaches. The relatively unspoiled â€˜Mezzogiornoâ€™ area, named after the blazing Sun, includes the regions of Basilicata, Calabria, Molise, Campania, and Puglia. Basilicataâ€™s landscape is marked by rugged hills and steep valleys strewn with small towns and charming villages, where the piquant cuisine is truly delightful.
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Like a wander, a gander around exploring markets, heading into piazza’s, taking in the architectural surroundings, following the smell of brewed coffee or baked bread? You could do far worse than visiting Sicily’s capital, Palermo. Not only do you get those sights and smells, but also the fact you are in the multi-cultural soul of … Continue reading "Palermo – The Kingdom in the Sun: What to do, Where to go" The post Palermo – The Kingdom in the Sun: What to do, Where to go appeared first on The Guidebook - isango!.
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