Europe: landscapes, art and cultural itineraries
The large size of the territory allows rich travel experiences in Europe, including the scenic beauty and art.
Europe stretches from the Atlantic Ocean in the west to the Ural Mountains in the east and the Mediterranean Sea in the south to the Arctic Ocean to the north. With this large area of Europe is able to offer a wide range of travel experiences to try.
With a rich cultural and artistic heritage Europe has areas of great beauty, European capitals and smaller cities very dynamic and interesting to see the scenario of a European Union that, albeit slowly, is being realized.
European cultural routes exist universally recognized, useful to strengthen the cultural exchange between the states of the Union and in this way increase the European identity.
These routes affecting cities, medieval villages, monasteries and abbeys, through unusual landscapes to discover routes followed by the pilgrims in the past.
The most famous are the Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Spain, and the Via Francigena, crossed by the faithful from all over Europe to Rome, and so called because it was interested in the territory of France from which many pilgrims departed.