Italy is located in the hearth of the Mediterranean Sea and was once the home to the Roman Empire. Italy is located in the hearth of the Mediterranean Sea and was once the home to the Roman Empire. Traces of this rich history are still to be admired in the city of Rome. The inherence of the Renaissance can be found in the works of Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Galileo and Machiavelli, this is still reflected in the characteristic historical buildings of Rome, Florence, Venice and Milan. Florence, once home to the most important noble family, the Medici, offers an array of historical buildings. Venice, the city built on water is an absolute must-see – and a stunning view from the air. Milan offers the Duomo (Cathedral), Italy’s largest church. And Rome is a city full of museums, squares, Roman buildings and many unique highlights like the Colosseum, Pantheon and St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. And don't forget to talk about food....Eating is one of the greatest joys when in Italy. Fresh or full of flavor and deliciously simple, the Italian kitchen is dolce vita on a plate.
Venice Nicelli Airport
The romantic city of Venice is located in the Veneto region of Italy — one of the northernmost states. This ancient and historically important city was originally built on 100 small islands in the Adriatic Sea. Instead of roads, Venice relies on a series of waterways and canals. One of the most famous areas of the city is the world-renowned Grand Canal thoroughfare, which was a major centre of the Renaissance. Another unmistakable area is the central square in Venice, called the Piazza San Marco with a range of Byzantine mosaics, the Campanile bell and, of course, the stunning St. Mark’s Basilica. Soar above the city and you will see the diversity of Venice in all of its glory.
The Italian town of Mondovi is located between the mountains and the plains: on one side the town overlooks the plain crossed by the Po River which leads to Turin; from the other it is situated on a hill that marks the border of the “Langhe”, the land of truffles and wines. A great way to discover this unique city is….exactly by balloon. From the first flame that inflates the balloon to the last flame before landing, this flight will be a life time experience, discovering the unexpected landscape, guided with the breeze, enjoy! A hot-air balloon ride is a very safe activity but in order for our passengers to avoid running any risk, we advise you not to fly if: You are pregnant You suffered from injuries You have walking restrictions or osteoporosis problems You are unable to maintain the correct support position on your own during landing (bend the knees while holding firmly to the handles) You are under the influence of drugs or alcohol
Venice Nicelli Airport
Venice is world famous for its canals and is built on an archipelago of 118 islands formed by about 150 channels in a shallow lagoon. The islands on which the city is built are connected by about 400 bridges. In the old center, the canals function as roads and every form of transport is by water or on foot. Venice is widely regarded as the most beautiful city in the world for its unusual urban design and priceless artistic heritage; it is part of the heritage of UNESCO protected projects for humanity. The best way to see the spectacle of all these islands is ..... indeed from the air!
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