• Coastline in Central America

    Top 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites to Visit in Latin America

    UNESCO World Heritage sites are irreplaceable sources of life and inspiration that represent our legacy from the past, what we live with today and what we pass on to future generations. <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/latin-america-tours/" target="_blank">Latin America</a> contains a wealth of these phenomenal sites, both natural and manmade, that make up our world&#39;s most impressive cultural and natural heritage. The aim is to encourage regions to preserve and protect parts of our history while promoting tourism as a sustainable way to take in the magnificence our world has to offer. To help you get the most out of your next trip to <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/latin-america-tours/" target="_blank">Central or South America</a>, we&#39;ve created a roundup of our top 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites you can&#39;t miss! <br><br><b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/peru-tours/" target="_blank">#</a></b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/peru-tours/" target="_blank"><b>1 Machu Picchu, Peru</b></a><br>Perhaps one of the most famous archeological UNESCO sites in the world, <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/peru-tours/" target="_blank">Machu Picchu</a> sits high in the Andes Mountain range surrounded by tropical forests and towering peaks. This pearl of the Incan Empire is a popular tourist destination for a reason. It defies belief with amazing architectural achievements, surrounding natural beauty and spiritual significance. Explore the ancient Incan ruins while breathing in the tremendous isolation and preservation of this incredible ancient kingdom deep in the Peruvian mountains. <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/peru-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Man taking a picture at Machu Picchu" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9uV" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, Belize" target="_blank"><b>#2 Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System</b><b>, Belize</b></a><br>Belize&#39;s extensive reef system is considered one of the largest barrier reefs in the northern hemisphere. This impressive coast is home to hundreds of sand cays, mangrove forests, lagoons and several endangered species who call this reef home. During your time here, cruise on a Catamaran, snorkel in the best spots in the reef system, and kayak on turquoise water at <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/belize-guatemala-tours/" target="_blank">Ambergris Caye</a> to fully experience the wonder this UNESCO World Heritage Site has to offer. <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/belize-guatemala-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Young girl Kayaking in Belize" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9t8" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/belize-guatemala-tours/" target="_blank"><b>#3 Tikal National Park, Guatemala</b></a><br>Tikal National Park is surrounded by a tropical jungle and is home to the tallest pyramid in the Western Hemisphere that was once one of the most important spiritual sites to the ancient Mayan civilization. The ceremonial center and ruins of <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/belize-guatemala-tours/" target="_blank">Xunantunich</a> display the fascinating and mystifying culture of the Mayan civilization that once called this countryside home from 6th century B.C. to the 10th century A.D. This important reserve also contains unspoiled biological and ecological habitats that will amaze along with impressive wildlife like howler monkeys and colorful birds that can be spotted in the treetops. <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/belize-guatemala-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Xunantunich ruins, Guatemala" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9tD" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-atacama-easter-island-walking-tour/" target="_blank"><b>#4 Rapa Nui National Park (Easter Island), Chile</b></a><br>Easter Island, also known as Isla de Pascua or <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-atacama-easter-island-walking-tour/" target="_blank">Rapa Nui</a> by the Spanish and Polynesian is one of the most spectacular and alluring sites on earth. This sacred Polynesian settlement is famous for its enigmatic giant stone figures built centuries ago. These massive &quot;<a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-atacama-easter-island-walking-tour/" target="_blank">Moai</a>&quot; figures are a mystery to historians and remain one of the only links to the ancient culture and tradition embedded in this gorgeous island. Visit Rapa Nui to revel in the park&#39;s beauty and its stone sculptures that act as a testimony to an isolated cultural evolution.<br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-atacama-easter-island-walking-tour/" target="_blank"><img alt="Easter Island Moais" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9tI" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/galapagos-tours/" target="_blank">#5 Galápagos Islands</a></b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/galapagos-tours/" target="_blank"><b>, Ecuador</b></a><br>The <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/galapagos-tours/" target="_blank">Galápagos Islands</a> are a volcanic archipelago drifting in isolation in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, brimming with incredible wildlife that once inspired Charles Darwin&#39;s theory of evolution. Walking amongst the wildlife and spotting the islands&#39; Big Five (giant land tortoises, sea lions, blue-footed boobies, penguins, and marine iguanas) will delight all visitors and provide a real live exhibition of evolution before your very eyes. This island is one of the last unspoiled places on earth where man has respected the boundaries of mother nature and is a treasure in the middle of the Pacific worth visiting.  <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/galapagos-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Young boy taking a picture of a seal on a beach" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9tN" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile/" target="_blank">#6 Los Glaciares National Park</a> (<a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile/" target="_blank">Chile </a>&amp; <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/argentina/" target="_blank">Argentina</a>)</b><br>Located in the picturesque region of Patagonia in <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile/" target="_blank">Chile </a>&amp; <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/argentina/" target="_blank">Argentina</a>, Los Glaciares National Park is an area of exceptional beauty with rugged mountains, glacial lakes and a variety of stunning natural sites. Hikers flock here to explore the hundreds of trails while others seek silence and solitude among the remote valleys where views stretch for miles.<br><br><b><a href="http://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-solar-eclipse-2020-tour/" target="_blank">Solar Eclipse Sidenote:</a> </b>On December 14, 2020, the day will turn to instant night in one of the few places on land where the total eclipse of the sun will be visible. It is a once-in-a-lifetime sight to see! <a href="http://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-solar-eclipse-2020-tour/" target="_blank">Classic Journeys</a> is offering a special <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/chile-solar-eclipse-2020-tour/" target="_blank">2020 Total Solar Eclipse tour</a> to view this incredible moment while perched atop a Chilean mountainside. <br><br><a href="http://www.classicjourneys.com/chile/" target="_blank"><img alt="Woman near a lake in Patagonia" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9uQ" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/colombia-cultural-walking-tour/" target="_blank"><b>#7 Town of Cartagena, Columbia</b></a><br>Cartagena is the perfect Caribbean city overflowing with history and enchanting beauty thanks to some of the world&#39;s best-preserved colonial architecture lining the streets. This colorful town is wonderfully walkable and chock-full of cobbled streets draped in bougainvillea where current residents live in close quarters with traditions of the past that linger in this port city. Dominating this UNESCO World Heritage Site is the nearby <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/colombia-cultural-walking-tour/" target="_blank">San Felipe Castle</a>, boasting over 500 years of defending the ancient city from pirates and foreign invasions <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/colombia-cultural-walking-tour/" target="_blank"><img alt="Colorful street in Cartagena" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9tX" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b><a href="http://www.classicjourneys.com/panama-tours/" target="_blank">#8 La Amistad National Park,</a></b><a href="http://www.classicjourneys.com/panama-tours/" target="_blank"><b> Panama</b></a><br>This massive national park, on the border between Panama and Costa Rica, contains lush tropical rainforests and unique fauna and flora interbred between the biospheres of North and South America. Arguably, one of the best ways to see this biosphere reserve is to walk <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/panama-tours/" target="_blank">El Retoño trail</a> and learn about one of the highest and wildest non-volcanic mountain ranges in Central America. As you explore the lush ecosystem of the park, look up and search for the incredible variety of birds ranging from Quetzals to Tapaculos, and Flycatchers.<br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/panama-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Waterfall in Panama" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9tc" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank"><b>#9 Old Havana and its Fortification System, Cuba</b></a><br>Old Havana (<i><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank">La Habana Vieja</a>) </i>describes the most central and original portion of the Havana, Cuba. This 500-year-old UNESCO World Heritage Site is the original <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank">heart of Havana</a>, built by the Spanish, burned to the ground by pirates, and is still considered a fine district of baroque and neoclassic buildings with great architectural character you can&#39;t find elsewhere. Explore the <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank">Plaza de Armas</a>, Castillo del Morro, and Museum of the Revolution to learn more about the rich history and culture of this precious island. <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba/" target="_blank"><img alt="Old Havana street and Capitolo" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9u1" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba-travel/" target="_blank"><b>#10 Viñales</b> <b>Valley, Cuba</b></a><br>With its fertile soil, favorable climate, and wide valleys, this area in western Cuba is known for its tobacco cultivation and high rising cliffs that surround the valley. <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba-travel/" target="_blank">Parque Nacional Viñales</a> is located in the Pinar del Rio province and the dramatic cliffs surrounding the valley hold numerous caves full of dripstone and ancient rock art from past inhabitants. Enjoy the abundance of greenery in this province and learn of the traditional methods of agriculture that have survived here unchanged for several centuries.   <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/cuba-travel/" target="_blank"><img alt="Landscape of Viñales Valley" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATY5&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000f9tm" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br>If you&#39;re interested in visiting one or more of these iconic locations, check out the different trips offered by <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/latin-america-tours/" target="_blank">Classic Journeys to Central &amp; South America</a> to explore some of the worlds most culturally and naturally stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 

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  • Halong Bay, Vietnam

    5 Southeast Asia UNESCO World Heritage Sites to Visit

    <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank">Southeast Asia</a> has so much to offer visitors that it&#39;s often hard to decide how to best spend your time. However, on a Classic Journeys <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/vietnam/" target="_blank">Culture + Walking</a> tour or an exciting <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/vietnamfamily/" target="_blank">Family Journey</a> you can follow an itinerary that guarantees you&#39;ll visit the best spots. Enjoy a leisurely cruise or kayak through Halong Bay, explore the night markets in Luang Prabang, or relax at a luxury boutique hotel that sits right next to Angkor Wat. On your trip of a lifetime, you&#39;ll be able to visit five UNESCO World Heritage Sites between three countries in Southeast Asia and yet still have plenty of time to relax and enjoy your vacation. Below are five of our favorite UNESCO World Heritage sites in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos that are visited on this <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank">Classic Journeys tour</a> of Southeast Asia!<br><br><b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank">#1 Hoi An</a></b><br>This small town is one of the best-preserved representations of ancient <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank">Vietnam</a>. Untouched by the war, you&#39;ll get the chance to see the influence of Chinese, Japanese, and European architecture as you walk along the city&#39;s cobbled streets. This was once one of the busiest trading ports in Asia, and you&#39;ll be able to catch a glimpse of what that may have looked like years ago as boats and people interact along the river. <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Harbor and buildings in Hoi An, Vietnam" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATc7&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000fA0T" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank"><b>#2 Halong Bay</b></a><br>One of our favorite travel experiences and <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank">Vietnam&#39;s eighth wonder of the world</a>, Halong Bay is made up of 3,000 limestone and chalk outcroppings, cliffs, arches, and coves that form a dragon’s tail of islands across the bay. Here you&#39;ll board a luxury junk boat (an ancient sailing vessel) and set sail on the emerald green waters to see the beauty up close. Do not turn down the opportunity to explore the floating villages by kayak or by jumping in the warm bay for a swim.<br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Ship in Halong Bay, Vietnam" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATc7&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000fA0Y" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank"><b>#3 My Son Sanctuary</b></a><br>Also known as &quot;Beautiful Mountain,&quot; this beautiful area of Vietnam is known for its cluster of Hindu temples that were constructed between the 4th and the 14th century. On a guided visit of the ruins, you’ll get a look into the region’s rich cultural past and the tales of the religious and political capital of the ancient Champa Kingdom.<br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Ruins in My Son Sanctuary, Vietnam" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATc7&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000fA0J" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank">#4 Town of Luang Prabang</a></b><br>During your time in Luang Prabang, Laos, you&#39;ll barter with merchants for their fine handicrafts, visit a 2,000-acre elephant sanctuary and interact with local Lao people working in their fields as you sail along a nearby river. Additionally, you&#39;ll be able to admire the incredible traditional Lao architecture as well as many structures built in the 19th and 20th centuries that reflect the blending of European and traditional Lao architectural styles. <br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="Market in Luang Prabang at night, Laos" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATc7&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000fA0O" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br><b><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank">#5 Angkor</a></b><br>Angkor, Cambodia is considered one of the most important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia. The ancient site contains many temples built over 800 years ago such as <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank">Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, and the Bayon Temple</a>. On tour with Classic Journeys, you&#39;ll stay at the nearby <a href="https://www.raffles.com/siem-reap/" target="_blank">Raffles Grand Hotel d&#39;Angkor</a> and spend your time exploring the archeological sites with a personal local guide who will help you grasp the enormity of the monuments.<br><br><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank"><img alt="View of Angkor Wat over water, Cambodia" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y1T000002ATc7&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM1T000000fA0E" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img></a><br><br>If you&#39;re interested in visiting these incredible sites, check out our <a href="http://www.classicjourneys.com/indochina-tours/" target="_blank">trips to Southeast Asia</a>. Whether you&#39;re looking for a <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/vietnam/" target="_blank">Culture &amp; Walking </a><a href="http://www.classicjourneys.com/vietnam/" target="_blank">Tour</a> or <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/vietnamfamily/" target="_blank">a Family Journey</a>, <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/" target="_blank">Classic Journeys</a> will surely provide you with a trip of a lifetime!

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  • Busy Apulia streets and shops

    Apulia: Southern Charm, Italian Style

    <p>Ask an Italian where they vacation and they’re likely to point to <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/apulia/" target="_blank" title="Apulia cultural walking adventure">Apulia</a>. Located in the sun-kissed fringes of Southern Italy, Apulia, by means of introduction, is the heel of the nation’s boot; a narrow peninsular province lapped by the turquoise waters of both the Adriatic and Ionian seas. It’s a true Italian classico where time moves a little slower, the sun shines a little warmer and la bella vita blissfully lingers beyond every silver-leafed olive grove, every ancient castello and every glimmering secret inlet. This is Italy, uncut.</p> <h3><a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/apulia/" target="_blank" title="Explore Apulia">EXPLORE APULIA, ITALY’S RUSTIC SOUTH, DURING A 7 DAY / 6 NIGHT CULTURAL WALKING ADVENTURE.</a></h3> <p>Yet, even for a seasoned Euro-traveler, cities in the region of Apulia might not roll off the tongue like the blockbuster destinations of Tuscany or Amalfi. A region of untold secrets, Apulia truly remains a hidden Italy.</p> <p>It’s amazing what you can discover once you decide to step away from the crowd, especially in the company of a local Classic Journeys guide who can lead you down enchanting alleyways, help to discover a hidden chapel, an elegant palazzo or an ancient amphitheatre and, best of all, give you the history and context behind what you are seeing.</p> <p>Our <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/apulia/" target="_blank" title="visit Apulia">visit to Apulia</a> begins in the region’s melting pot capital, Bari. Wandering the labyrinthine streets of the city’s old town, Bari Vecchia, a slideshow of classic scenes await around every lantern-lit alleyway; from moustachioed gents sipping espressos on street-side cafés to piously veiled donne strolling towards the basilica’s evening vigil. There’s a wonderful air of preserved serenity here, even when the serene ambience is occasionally shaken up by the zip of a Vespa engine or the animated laughter of teenagers hurrying through the piazzas.<br><br><img alt="Apulia" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y50000001z7mm&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM500000002pPh" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img><br> </p> <p>Amid its rich history and architectural wonders, it’s Bari’s stumble-upon characters that make the greatest imprint. Along the winding lane of Via dell’Arco Basso, we discover dozens of local women sitting in their homes, doors ajar, in the midst of the evening ritual of fresh pasta crafting. “Buona sera!” one lady pipes, gesticulating for us to step into her Italian kitchen and watch as the moon-faced nonna kneads dough to the soundtrack of an Italian soap opera. That’s the nature of Apulia—its citizens have a way of making even first-time visitors feel right at home.</p> <p>Into the hinterland, Apulia is studded with myriad treasures, from the city of Matera, with its prehistoric roots, to the ancient hub of Ostuni, with its charming, shabby-chic center. The most curious town is UNESCO-listed Alberobello. The town is home to more than 1,000 traditional conical stone dwellings called trullis, which together created a topsy-turvy, Tolkien complexion to its streetscapes.</p> <p>The backdrop makes for a quirky postcard amble, as we walk past white-washed façades vibrantly splashed with lilac blossoms of wisteria and shadowed by palm trees wavering in the breeze. Most inviting is the quaint store of Trullo Antichi Sapori, an epicurean Aladdin’s Cave stuffed with local artisan fare. “My grandfather opened the shop in 1930 and we’ve always kept it in the family since then,” owner Maria Concetta Marco explains with pride. Beneath smoky hocks of ham and braids of fresh garlic, the signora points out delicacies around the shop, all the while inviting us to indulge in delicious samples of local cheeses, salamis and liquors. “Prova!” (Try!), she beams enthusiastically. This is southern hospitality—Italian style.<br><br>When it comes to rural retreats, <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/italy/" target="_blank" title="vacations to Italy">Italy might be synonymous with Roman palazzos or Tuscan villas</a>, but Apulia is the terroir of the masseria fortificata: the region’s traditional farmhouse estate. The landscapes are characterised by distinctive fortress-walled manors; originally mastered to protect the estate against the marauding pirates in medieval times. Today, however, the ancient fortifications simply add to the Italian fairy-tale views.<br><br><img alt="Masseria" src="/servlet/rtaImage?eid=a2Y50000001z7mm&amp;feoid=00N50000008QRzC&amp;refid=0EM500000002pPm" style="height: 355px; width: 500px;"></img><br> </p> <p>Driving up the gravel driveway of a family-run homestead, the turrets of the home finally appear through the acres of gnarled olive trees which have been on this patch for centuries. We spend the morning exploring the property in the company of the owner, whose family has overseen the estate for the past 400 years, and enjoy our mid-day meal in a room where the old oil-presses are stored, along with other relics of classical country life.</p> <p>“Apulia’s famous for our cucina povera—or peasant food,” our host explains. “It means we eat whatever nature gives us and only use seasonal produce, from wild broccoli picked under the olive trees to wild asparagus from the coast.”</p> <p>Just as it began, <a href="https://www.classicjourneys.com/apulia/" target="_blank" title="cultural walking tour in Apulia">our Apulian odyssey bookends with a slice of authentic Italian life</a>, this time in the Baroque city of Lecce—the “Florence of the South” as it’s known.</p> <p>The day takes on a relaxed, unhurried air as we stop in to visit local craftsmen in their workshops or pause to enjoy a glass of Prosecco in the town’s old center. By evening, the city’s streets come alive, especially during la passeggiata—the customary Sunday stroll where the whole city seems to descend on to the streets for a leisurely wander. As we join the informal procession, surrounded by a sea of locals, laughing, bantering and savoring gelato along its honey-hued thoroughfares, it’s easy to become swept up in the jubilant, easy-going atmosphere. We feel right at home.</p>

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