A region of northern Italy representing excellence in winegrowing and winemaking.
A lavish retreat built for Roman emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century.
The ruins of a Roman villa with remarkably well-preserved mosaics.
Four masterpieces of Pisan Romanesque architecture, including the world-famous Leaning Tower.
Towns in seven countries where an early tourism industry thrived around natural hot springs.
A series of palaces and estates in and around Turin that exemplify baroque architecture.
A city with the traces of three thousand years of civilization.
More than 1000 cave dwellings, churches and other rock-cut structures going back centuries.
An architectural element that, over centuries, has become an integral part of life in Bologna and around the world.
Picturesque whitewashed houses with conical roofs, built using age-old dry-stone techniques.
An exceptional collection of ancient Greek temples dating to the 5th century BC.
A uniquely beautiful landscape of hills and valleys, with vineyards and wineries producing world-famous Prosecco wines.
An ancient and still active volcano, influential in the sciences of volcanology and geology.
A beautiful agrarian landscape reflecting a Renaissance aesthetic.
An ancient Italian city containing a wealth of elements – architecture, art, archeology – displaying its long history.
A scenic and dramatic landscape of rugged mountainous coastline and small towns crowding the slopes above the sea.
Ruins of a Bronze Age society that built unique circular defensive structures.
Romanesque architecture and art in harmony, in a charming Italian city.
An unusual castle expressing Frederick II’s search for perfection, leading him to design the castle around the number 8.
A city exemplifying 2000 years of uninterrupted artistic and architectural development.
An immense collection of art and architecture in this “floating” city of canals and islands.