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Safety and the health of everyone who choose us, always will be a top priority at IT MOVING Transport and Limousine service. “IT Moving”, an Italian private taxy company. “IT MOVING” offers shore trips, tours and transfers, all operated by experienced and english speaking chauffeurs, with luxury cars and minivans. “IT MOVING” and all chauffeurs are available to drive you on your shore trips, tours and transfers, while also keeping you informed and entertained, pointing out spectacular and interesting sights, famous landmarks and scenery. “IT MOVING” is proud of its reputation in delivering a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. Scrupulously compliant with legal requirements. An exclusive and customized service at very interesting rates. We practice the due diligence regarding the contagion from Covid-19, for a guarantee of safe transport. Wait no longer and take a look at all features tours and shore trips to get ready for your wonderful Italian vacation with “IT MOVING”!
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One of the most popular shopping destinations with Prada, Gucci, and Fendi all in tow, is Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Named after the kingdom of Italy's first king, this galleria is one of the oldest shopping malls in the world, standing 4 stories tall, adorned in Gothic style, and a unique iron and glass roof. The Galleria connects two of Milan's most famous landmarks: the Teatro Alla Scala and The Duomo. This intricate Duomo took over 600 years to complete and is full of detail including a sundial adorned with astrological signs on the marble floor. After one is done marveling at the duomo, and rubbing your heel for good luck in the galleria, make sure you see some of the many masterpieces Milan has to offer including the infamous painting of the Last Supper at Milan's Santa Maria delle Grazie.
Famous for its fine cheese (parmigiano) and ham, this attractive historic town has settled in the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy. In the 2nd century BC, the Romans founded this city on the Parma River, which divides it into two parts. Today, Parma is an important road and railway junction in the direction of Milan and Bologna. The most impressive and historically richest is the cathedral square of Parma, called Piazza Duomo. This attractive cobbled square is surrounded by historic buildings, of which are the Duomo, the adjoining Campanile (bell tower) and the striking Battistero (baptistery), the most famous. Every visitor who arrives here will find an important art gallery, museums, frescoed churches, good shopping, charming historic lanes and of course the rich local cuisine.
This ancient town and seat of an archbishop is situated on the south side of the Po Valley, in the Province of Modena. Modena is well known for its automotive industry since the factories of the famous Italian sports car makers like Ferrari, De Tomaso, Lamborghini, Pagani, and Maserati are, or were, located here. Apart from Enzo Ferrari, other famous Modenesi were operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti, soprano Mirella Freni, chef Massimo Bottura and others. Since 183 BC Modena was an important center of the region, due to its strategic importance, which resulted in a rich historic legacy. Part of the legacy can be seen at Piazza Grande, the main square where the Cathedral of Modena and its Gothic bell tower called Torre della Ghirlandina, can be also found. These three monuments and their universal value were recognized by UNESCO declaring them a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. Another unmissable attraction of Modena is the Baroque Ducal Palace, now serving as a military academy.
History of Nice began around 350 BC when the Greeks of Marseille founded a permanent settlement and called it Nikaia. Located along the French Riviera, right by the Mediterranean Sea, the climate that prevails all year round is the mild Mediterranean. All this attracted, in the 18th century, many English aristocratic families to spend their winters here. Nice is divided into the old and new part of the city. The most scenic of all is the Promenade des Anglais ("Walkway of the English"), with the most exquisite hotels and luxury villas nested one after the other. Many well-known artists and important personalities like Henri Matisse, Chagall, Picasso, and Renoir, fell in love with this mesmerizing place. Museums like the Musée Matisse, Chagall, and d'Art Moderne, and squares such as The Place Masséna and The Place Garibaldi were created to honor them.
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