Best of March Italydreamers

The best of #italydreamers on Instagram in March

We have unleashed our #italydreamers in search of the most beautiful corners of Italy. Let’s see the March selection together!

1.Siena

The Torre del Mangia with its 300 steps is the first “best of” for the month of March. If you visit Siena as @hilden_travels the climb is a must to admire the breathtaking view over the red roofs. Another Instagrammable perspective is the one you will be able to notice by placing yourself at the center of the inner courtyard of the Palazzo Pubblico. Here, the merlons draw the perimeter of the building making it look like a stamp with the tower standing out in the sky. Don’t you think so?

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2. Rome

There is nothing better than a sunny day and a walk in Trastevere, one of the most characteristic neighborhoods of the city, to discover the essence of the most authentic and genuine Rome.

Come on, let’s go with @my.italiandiares to get lost among colorful alleys, Roman trattorias, and artisan shops!

 

 

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3. Milan

One of the most Instagrammable spots in Milan: we are in the octagonal courtyard of Casa Rossi, at Corso Magenta 12. Thanks @gualtierivic_ for letting us discover it! Do you want to visit all the most photographable places in the city? Then download the guide to the 109 things to put on Instagram in Milan. From next week Milan will host the Salone del Mobile and Fuorisalone, the perfect time to explore all the places that are normally not accessible

 

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4. Praiano

One of the most beautiful villages of the Amalfi Coast, Praiano! Just over 2000 inhabitants and absolutely spectacular views! thearchitect____ brought us here and now we wish it was summer already.

 

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5. Villafranca in Lunigiana

Do you know Lunigiana? It is a historic Italian region, located between Liguria and Tuscany. In our opinion it is the perfect destination for an early spring getaway, to discover an area that is still unspoiled but full of beauties to explore! @daniele.francesconi.dsf thought the same thing and sent us his shot from Villafranca in Lunigiana. Have we intrigued you?

Here you will find other travel ideas.

 

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See you next month with the #italydreamers community’s April photos!

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