Italy dreamers may

The best of #italydreamers on Instagram in May

Sea, nature, archeology, and landscape: a mix of Italy in the best of May of our Italy Dreamers. Let’s find out together!

1. Cinque Terre

@thehallos gives us this fantastic shot overlooking the sea, in one of the most characteristic UNESCO sites in Italy. Have you guessed where we are?

Precisely the Cinque Terre, the area of ​​the Ligurian coast that includes the cities of Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore.

 

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2. Pitigliano

Pitigliano is such a postcard! Called the Little Jerusalem for its famous and characteristic Jewish ghetto, it is part of an area called “tuff villages” that extends over the border between Tuscany and Lazio. With its deep ravines and Etruscan caves, it is a destination not to be missed: @____alessia___ who shared this shot with us during his visit, knows it well.

 

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3. Minori

Our friend @my.italiandiaries takes us to one of the most fascinating places on the Amalfi Coast.

Follow the scent of citrus fruits from the lemon trees to find the Sentiero dei Limoni, which connects the two towns of Maiori and Minori offering fabulous views of the coast. Don’t you think that summer has suddenly broken out?

 

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4. Ascoli Piceno

Did you know that the Ponte di Cecco in Ascoli Piceno is wrapped in an aura of mystery?

According to legends, the Roman bridge photographed by our Italy Dreamer @comunquevado was built in one night by the poet and astrologer Cecco d’Ascoli with the help of the devil. Fascinating, isn’t it?

 

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5. Giardino Villa Bardini

One of the places from which you can enjoy the most beautiful view of Florence, the Garden of Villa Bardini, which develops on three levels: the Italian garden, with the baroque staircase immortalized by @eleluba, the English garden, a rare example of Anglo-Chinese garden and the agricultural park framed by a beautiful wisteria pergola.

Have you ever visited it?

 

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Our roundup of the top 5 of May is over, see you next month! And … attention: remember to always tag us in your photos around Italy with #italydreamers, the next best of, could be yours!

 

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