Trip to Italy, theme: Italy little-known
Italy has twenty different regions and how many of them can you name?
And of that number, how many have you actually visited?
Well Solo in Italia proposes to fill in your gaps and to set off to discover this little-known Italy, which offers a number of considerable advantages.
Solo in Italia invites you to come and breathe the scent of authenticity of an eternal Italy, away from the mass tourist circuits. You will thus discover regions where you will have the opportunity to live the life of Italians and not be considered as a tourist … you will test the difference at every street corner: quality of reception, accommodation, restaurants. Finally the local products are really local and that makes all the contrast. In this perspective, prepare yourself to discover regional gastronomy that is always excellent and sometimes exceptional, and for wine lovers, local wines that are much more than worth the detour.
Slow tourism in Italy
What Solo in Italia offers you is to discover “slow tourism”, on the model of the “slow food” invented by our Italian friends: the richness of a heritage that often has nothing to envy with the most popular itineraries, tranquillity and time.
This is the very essence of this “slow tourism” that Solo in Italia wishes to embody, which guarantees unsuspected discoveries: imagine that often the guides in English cover little or not the cities, regions or itineraries that we propose. And yet, everywhere, museums (see the chapter “little known museums”), castles, churches, ruins more than worthy of interest will catch your attention in such pleasant travel conditions, taking the time to cross paths, in this case panoramic roads so little frequented and yet exceptional.
In a word, it is on these itineraries that you will make the most beautiful discoveries, potentially even unheard of for Solo in Italia.
For the amateurs, Solo in Italia proposes you to go in search of a much wilder Italy, far from the big urban concentrations. You will be fascinated in the most remote regions, especially at medium altitude, by the ancestral habitat of perched villages or the scent of “Cinema Paradiso”. To add to the pleasure, Solo in Italia is happy to offer you itineraries on foot or by bike in this Italy far from the radars. And without necessarily going that far, everywhere there are charming little towns, each with its Piazza Cavour, Corso Roma and Via Battisti, its open-air shows in summer, its passeggiata every night that God makes with, even in November, the glaciers that serve in the good mood large families who go out with their children after dinner.
Italy for all wallets
This Italy off the beaten track has a significant advantage for your wallet, this Italy is much cheaper than others: no risk of overpaying anything, you pay local prices, exclusively local: there is no desire to enjoy the tourist, just to satisfy him, without sacrificing anything to your comfort, quite the contrary. On the other hand, prepare yourself in this little-known Italy to discover the madness of the factory shops that Italians love: depending on the region, cashmere sweaters, shoes, furniture, leather accessories, will reach out to you and will quickly make you want to buy elsewhere given the unbeatable prices on offer … just keep an eye out on the roadside and follow the signs to fall into a cave of Ali Baba which sometimes fits into 100 square meters!
So if your kitchen needs to be refreshed or your bathroom redone, before going to IKEA or B&Q, wait until you’ve stopped at a specialist shop on the outskirts of a medium-sized Italian town to understand the class and chic of Italian everyday design: and rest assured, they’ll easily ship your purchases to the four corners of Europe.
Our travel themes in Italy
Let yourself be guided or let yourself be tempted by our different themes: the choice is immense and whatever happens your trip will be unique … the only thing that can happen to you is to regret not having stayed long enough, but rest assured, with Solo In Italia you will come back!