Italy dreamers june

The best of #italydreamers on Instagram in June

Summer has finally arrived! Let’s see together the places visited in June by our #italydreamers.

1. Val di Fiemme

Let’s start with a breath of freshness together with @giacomellikarin that takes us to visit Val di Fiemme, the ideal place to spend an alternative summer. So many events, walks in the woods and alpine lakes where you can take a dip, in short: the ideal place for nature lovers.

 

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2. Cattolica

@9iuliavichi takes us to the “Queen of the Adriatic”, Cattolica. The homeland of entertainment for all, it is the ideal destination for a family vacation. Among night events, theme parks, the aquarium and a good piadina, there really is something for everyone! Have you ever climbed the Ferris wheel to admire the seafront from above?

 

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3. Verona

O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo? Everyone in Verona in search of Romeo and Juliet! In addition to the inevitable visit to the Capulet courtyard with its balcony and Juliet’s statue, the city has a lively center with cobbled streets and delightful squares including Piazza delle Erbe shot by @stefanocesaro. Not to be missed, if you visit in summer, the annually opera festival.

 

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4. Livorno

Here we are in one of the most iconic places in Livorno, Terrazza Mascagni, with @chicagiordano. The checkered terrace is one of the favorite places of Livorno residents and tourists, from which enjoy a breathtaking view of the sea and the islands of the Tuscan archipelago. Did you know that the floor is made up of over 34,000 black and white tiles? Impressive!

 

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5. Civitanova Marche

@mat_mosk has got the golden hour at its best with this shot of Civitanova Marche. The city is divided between Civitanova Alta, an ancient village enclosed by the walls of a medieval castle, and Porto Civitanova, bathed by the waters that have won the Blue Flag award. The color is certainly not lacking in this city; discover the colorful murals of the port area, true masterpieces of street-art!

 

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We have reached the end of our top 5 in June, but we are already looking forward to discovering those from next month. So prick up your ears, we expect to see us tagged in your photos around Italy with our #italydreamers.

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