What are coming for travellers that will visit Italy in the next weeks? The bad weather has finished and there a lot of exclusive events, so let’s go for a trip aroiund Italy and suggest some destinations.
Boat Show in Rome, to sail in style
The 6th edition of Big Blu features: 121.000 square meters dedicated to Expo, 13 pavilions, more than 600 companies and is back from 2011 with 142.136 visitors.
The Expo has 4 focus: the Boat Show, for yachts, accessories, equipment and nautical tourism, the Gommoshow, about inflatable boats and outboard engines, a unique showcase with the best products of this field, the World Fishing, that includes screenings and educationals by experts about fishing techniques, furthermore you can buy the fishing gear of the exclusive sporting fishing brands .
Outdoors Experience is for people that like to enjoy open air holidays, a focus with in-depth about activities as nordic walking and archery. There will be a convention, not only fo rpofessionals, the General Meeting of Sailing, on Saturday 18th, that will open the event. We suggest to book an hotel in Rome to enjoy this show and at the same time visit the eternal city.
Golf and Made In Italy in Verona
Is a landmark for most refined sportsmen, is Golftown, the Italian Golf Exhibition, scheduled at Fiera di Verona from 24th to 27th February, meeting place for who promotes services and initiatives related to this sport for gentlemen and who practises it for hobby.
100 exhibitors, one Driving Range and one Golf Cage where to practise, special guests as the champion Veronica Zorzi, a clinic to improve your own style, all that in one venue, what woulbe better to discover Verona, its monuments and the shows that offers to it most prestigious tourists? Relais and boutique hotels in Verona are the solution for business travels and holidays dedicated to enogastronomy both: Veneto, in fact, is rich of DOC wines and delicacies, in addition to the romantic landscapes and ipermodern comforts.
Turin and the art of chocolate
Moving to Piedmont, there is the first capital city of Italy, Turin. Now is an important cultural center, a great location for business, heart of artistic events and basic destination for tourists tha want only the best. In March (2nd – 11th) will take place Cioccolatò at Piazza Vittorio (one of the bigger squares in Europe), a show dedicated to this sweet that here has an extraordinary taste and a unique quality. In fact the “gianduiotto” (typical chocolate with cream of crushed and toasted hazelnuts) is born here and in Turin are based great brands like Caffarel, Baratti & Milano and Venchi, only to mention a few.
During the festival there will be the International Chocolate Awards, created by Martin Christy and Kate Johns, the tastings, everyday with different themes, and cocoa menus prepared by the restaurants for all the gourmets. Of course reservation is recommended, this is the official website www.cioccola-to.it, and plan a tour in Piedmont, because all the region is enchanting and there are many castles and precious villas around the surroundings.
About Turin, don’t forget to visit the Mole Antonelliana, that hosts the National Museum of Cinema, and to taste Bicerin, a typical hot drink made of espresso, drinking chocolate and whole milk, created in 1763 at the Caffé Al Bicerin, still open. Book a luxury hotel in Piedmont to join these events is the best way to admire some Italian historical venues, enshrouded by exclusiveness and beauty.