Mountainous Bolzano

Thanks to its double perspective, Bolzano is able to mesmerize tourists who come from all over. Its two lifestyles, one Northern European and the other more Mediterranean, combine to make the perfect union, which can be clearly seen in the historic and artistic treasures of this city.
For centuries, Bolzano has been the privileged centre of commercial exchanges between Italy and Germany.
Today, the capital of Alto Adige has become a cosmopolitan city that knows how to be lively, cheerful, modern and yet refined all at the same time!



Aix-en-Provence is famous for its outdoor markets and handsome pedestrian lanes, as well as its cultivated residents and their ability to embrace the good life. Nowhere else in France is l’art de vivre (the art of living) so well on display. It was that way when the French king made the town his administrative capital of Provence, and it’s that way today. For a tourist, Aix-en-Provence is happily free of any obligatory turnstiles — there’s not a single ancient site to see. It’s just a wealthy town filled with 140,000 smartly dressed people, including 40,000 students who give the city a year-round youthful energy. And Aix’s numerous squares, lined with cafés and fine shops, allow everyone a comfortable place to pose.

Island of Malta

Located just south of Sicily, Malta and its accompanying islands of Gozo and Comino offer up an unlimited number of cultural and natural treats. How about 7,000 years of history, including three World Heritage Sites, temples that outdate both the Pyramids and Stonehenge and magnificent medieval walled towns complete with Baroque cathedrals, winding back streets and enough nooks and crannies to keep you entertained for weeks?


When people say these islands are an open-air museum they aren’t lying. And then of course there is that famous coastline, which boasts some of the best diving sites in not only the Mediterranean but also the whole world. Think Caribbean style waters, lagoons and beachside caves just waiting to be explored.