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Italia Slow Tour signed Trenitalia Travel Books

Promoting local trains slow travelling across Italy

Trenitalia – the national Italian railway service – edited a serie of Travel Books to promote local trains as the best way of slow travelling across the country. Hundreds of daily connections available to reach the smallest but most charming places in Italy! The quality of these Travel Books’ contents are granted by… Italia Slow Tour! Yes, it is our pleasure to inform you that Italia Slow Tour – in the shape of author Marcello Crosara – created and signed the guides!

The Travel Books already available are three: one is about 25 Italian Borghi (i.e. historical villages) and two are about 61 Italian beaches (splitted into a couple of volumes). Next themed guides coming: wellness & SPA, Italian skiing stations, UNESCO sites, National Parks. The books are available on line (Italian only, check the links above) and on the AV Freccia Trains.

Italian beaches travel book

Italian beaches travel book

The list of Italian Borghi in the travel guide: Bard in region Aosta Valley; Mombaldone, Orta San Giulio, Vogogna in region Piedmont; Moneglia, Finalborgo, Laigueglia, Borgio Verezzi, Campo Ligure, Vernazza in region Liguria; Chiusa, Egna, Vipiteno in region Trentino Sud Tirol; Montagnana in Veneto; Venzone in region Friuli Venezia Giulia; Brisighella in region Emilia Romagna; Buonconvento in region Tuscany; Grottammare in region Marche; Castiglione Del Lago, Spello, Passignano Sul Trasimeno in region Marche; Tagliacozzo in region Abruzzo; Vietri Sul Mare in region Campania; Chianalea in region Campania; Cefalù in region Sicily. Book realized together with I borghi più belli d’Italia association.

The list of Italian beaches in the travel guide: Francavilla al mare, Pescara, Vasto San Salvo in region Abruzzo; Maratea and Metaponto in region Basilicata; Tropea, Pizzo, Ricadi, Santa Domenica, Zambrone, Scilla, Praja, Scalea, Belvedere, Cetraro, Brancaleone, Gioiosa Jonica, Roccella Jonica in region Calabria; Agropoli, Ascea, Policastro, Sapri, Vietri sul mare in region Campania; Cattolica, Rimini, Riccione, Cervia, Misano Adriatico in region Emilia Romagna; Formia, Nettuno, S. Marinella, Santa Severa in region Lazio; S. Margherita Ligure, Rapallo, Levanto, Monterosso, Riomaggiore, Camogli, Spotorno, Finale Ligure, Alassio, Varazze, Sanremo in region Liguria; Senigallia, S. Benedetto del Tronto, Porto Recanati in region Marche; Termoli in region Molise; Monopoli, Polignano a mare, Torre Quetta in region Apulia; Capo D’Orlando, Tusa, Gioiosa marea, Taormina in region Sicily; Golfo Aranci, Cala Sabina, Marinella in region Sardinia; Follonica, San Vincenzo, Castiglioncello, Viareggio in region Tuscany.

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