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L'Impronta Viaggi

Lufthansa City Center

Telephone: +39 049 / 9600666
Fax:
+39 049 / 9600670
Email:
luisa@limprontaviaggi.it

Passaggio dei Bagni della Juta,1,
35016 Piazzola sul Brenta
Italy

 

Italy is a country rich in history, art and culture. Every region, every city, every place you visit will give you unique and unforgettable emotions, views and foreshortenings.
Our itineraries will allow you to better understand and enjoy to the hilt Italian traditions, culture and landscape. You will be able to appreciate the extraordinary diversity and unique beauty of this country.
We will propose the most unusual or classic routes, related to art, music, theater and gastronomy, depending on your needs.
You can count on organized tours, resulting from experience and research. We will deal with yourtransfers and accommodations in a professional and accurate way and recommend guided tours, excursions, wedding, anniversaries and unforgettable holidays.

Italy is a country rich in history, art and culture. Every region, every city, every place you visit will give you unique and unforgettable emotions, views and foreshortenings.
Our itineraries will allow you to better understand and enjoy to the hilt Italian traditions, culture and landscape. You will be able to appreciate the extraordinary diversity and unique beauty of this country.
We will propose the most unusual or classic routes, related to art, music, theater and gastronomy, depending on your needs.
You can count on organized tours, resulting from experience and research. We will deal with yourtransfers and accommodations in a professional and accurate way and recommend guided tours,excursionsweddinganniversaries and unforgettable holidays.

 

VERONA

Delivered to the myth of the famous Shakespeare's masterpiece "Romeo and Juliet", the beautiful city ofVerona is a real gem, so that has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
This splendid city of art, bathed by the river Adige, has, in fact, a long history. Before the Romans, then the Scala family, the Venetians, and finally the Austrians have left their mark on the ancient palaces, squares, bridges and beautiful churches, masterpieces waiting to be discovered. In the beautiful setting of Piazza Bra, stands the Arena, the majestic Roman amphitheater that has become the symbol of the city. During the summer it hosts concerts and internationally acclaimed opera performances. In the charming old town, enclosed by medieval walls, elegant cafes and historic pubs, craft shops and high fashion shops enliven the life of the city throughout the year.
The surroundings have a lot to offer: the Mount Baldo and the mountains of the Dolomites, the villages that overlook Lake Garda, genuine natural pearl and flagship of the Italian territory, and the Verona’s hills, land of castles and chateaux, of traditional festivals and renowned wineries and wines such asValpolicellaSoave and Bardolino.

 

VENICE

A city that is reflected in the water, living in symbiosis with the sea and drowning from the sea its strength and beauty, this is Venice. Elegant, precious, unique, funny and romantic, the Serenissima is the gem of the Venetian and Italian tourist landscape and its churches, its palaces, ancient bridges, monuments and squares attract every day hundreds of visitors who admire with rapt the beauty and the multitude of monuments and works of art, fascinated by the artistic and cultural vivacity that has marked and still marks the history of this city.
You have to live Venice on foot getting lost in the intricate streets, in an up and down of bridges, to discover the treasures of the baroque Santa Maria della Salute and the Galleria dell'Accademia, which accommodate the masterpieces of Venetian painters between the fourteenth and eighteenth centuries. But Venice is also modern and contemporary art, such as that encountered in the renewed and recovered Punta della Dogana, or inside Palazzo Grassi or during the artistic avant-garde exhibited during the Venice Biennale.
The beautiful Piazza San Marco, with its imposing Bell Tower and Basilica, the Doge's Palace and theClock Tower, is the true heart of the city. Not far away, the elegant Bridge of Sighs is a must during the romantic gondola ride that traditionally goes up the Grand Canal. The main stream of the city is also crossed by the Rialto Bridge, animated by the continuous transit of tourists.
All around Venice, a string of islands: Burano, famous for its lace production; Murano, for its glass;Pellestrina, characterized by sand dunes and tall reeds; Torcello, one of the oldest human settlements in the area.

 

ROME

When visiting Rome  you'll be hooked by the charm of the Eternal City.
Rome is the city with the highest concentration of historical and architectural landmarks in the world (more than 16% of the world's cultural heritage). Its historic center, bounded by the perimeter of theAurelian walls, along with extraterritorial properties of the Holy See in the city and the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
But the capital of two states, as it is often called, is also the heart of Catholic Christianity and is the only city in the world to internally accommodate a foreign state, the Vatican City. 
It’s impressive to see how the vestiges of the ancient Rome, the evidence of the origins of Christianity, the highest expressions of the Renaissance and Baroque periods are mixed at each corner with the vitality and vibrancy of the streets, where there are curious craft shops, neighborhood’s trattorias, shops of long standing, or with the refined elegance of the streets of the city, crowded of luxury showcases, hotels or high standard clubs.
Rome may no longer be caput mundi, but it remains a unique city, a sparkling metropolis that shows the vestiges of its glorious past, but it does so without reverential fear. Its ruins can be circumvented by cars and scooters as if they were simple divider and the Romans seem to perfectly embody the spirit of the city, which seems to encourage everyone to take it easy, enjoy life. 
You’re not bothered to lock yourself in a museum? What is the problem, since the roads are better than a history book?

 

FLORENCE

The beautiful Florence, watered by the Arno and surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, is undoubtedly the most visited, famous and attractive city in Tuscany. It’s considered the birthplace of theRenaissance and is universally recognized as one of the cradles of art, from painting to sculpture and architecture, from literature to music. The countless artistic treasures of the city of Dante testify in a unique and unrepeatable way the mankind’s history. From Forte Belvedere you can appreciate the beautiful old town, with its churches and palaces, enjoying one of the most beautiful views of the valley of the Arno.
Florence is also famous for its classy handicrafts, heir to a centuries-old tradition, and for the elegance and good taste of his creations: from straw, a typical product of Florence, to the work in leather’s products, from ceramics to glass , to wood and metal’s works. 
And for the good food lovers there is plenty of choice. The numerous restaurants and taverns offer the pleasure of a cuisine that makes use of simple dishes. This cooking is accompanied by Tuscan wines, justly famous, of Chianti and the surrounding areas: the red wine, robust and flavourful; white wine, more graceful; sweet wines and the "vin santo".

 

MILAN

Milan can fully be considered the economic capital of Italy, but it’s not only this. The image of a city that is always serious and gray belongs to those who do not know this city, which has instead much to offer to its visitors. Milan is culture, history, art, avant-garde, innovation and fun. You could start from the green lung of the Parco Sempione, which surrounds the Palazzo Sforza, Duke of Milan's symbol of power in the past, through the well-known Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, which dominates the square. Then on to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, one of the first examples of Art Nouveau in Italy, to the navigli, which tickled the fancy of even a genius like Leonardo Da Vinci, who gave to this city one of his greatest masterpieces: the Ultima Cena, painted in the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie. And how can you overlook the San Babila area with the beautiful church in neo-Romanesque style, now the fulcrum of the Milan fashion and luxury pole? 
Milan is an alive city, evolving, where experimentation is on the agenda, where you can visit an art exhibition and then order a gourmet burger with the iPad.

 

PADUA

Padua is a city rich in history, tradition and culture, the walls of which contain within them the historical center of the city, studded with precious monuments, buildings and places of interest, from the beautifulPrato della Valle to numerous palaces, churches and museums. The Scrovegni Chapel by Giotto, with the most important series of paintings in the world, would be enough by itself to justify a visit to the city, not to mention the Basilica of St. Anthony, a place of pilgrimage from all over the world. And thenZabarella Palace, the Botanical Gardens, the tomb of Antenor
Overlooking the historic Caffè Pedrocchi dominates, however, the Bo Palace, seat of one of the oldest and most prestigious Italian universities. Here also taught Galileo Galilei, who made the Specola his observatory.
Padua is a living city, full of young people and students, who crowd the streets in the evening to drink thespriz, the true symbol of the contemporary social Padua
For who, however, prefer peace and relax, canals and waterways, which formerly served as an alternative to land transport, today represent an original method for exploring the city along the ancient walls, admiring Renaissance monuments and Venetian villas.