Thanks to the tourist season pass, from mid-May it will be possible to travel between regions again. Which are preparing to welcome internal tourism with new, interesting offerings.
News of the past few days: in mid May, a pass will come into force which, according to specific safety rules, will allow Italians to move between regions again. This is a sign of optimism for the sector, which is preparing to restart with domestic tourism. How are the regions, from North to South, preparing to offer travellers experiences adapted to the new environment?
If focusing on the open-air is not a novelty for Trentino, as confirmed by the success of the communication campaign Respira, sei in Trentino (Breathe, you are in Trentino), this year there are many more reasons to choose an open-air holiday, perhaps not only in the mountains. In fact, this summer the province also aims to promote the cities and lakes. Beginning with the Trentino side of Lake Garda, a corner of the Mediterranean at the foot of the Dolomites with the splendid Riva del Garda, the fin de siècle also loved by the Hapsburgs. For those who love a more intimate atmosphere, the mountain lakes of Caldonazzo, Levico or Molveno are a must.
Moving on to the centre, Tuscany relies on the timeless charm of its famous hills to attract visitors. For trekking enthusiasts, in addition to the Tuscan section of the Via Francigena, the summer offers lesser-known but equally beautiful routes such as the Sentiero dei Ducati, which winds its way from the Apennines to the Tyrrhenian Sea, touching on, among other things, Lake Chiusi and the Equi Caves. In the Marche region, on the other hand, still on the subject of healthy holidays, the spotlight is on cycling tourism with beautiful dedicated routes, such as the panoramic route over the Monti Azzurri or the one through the Conero Park.
In the South, in Campania, art and history are still the main attractions - above all the marvellous Pompeii and Herculaneum - but this summer's must-sees also include the islands: Capri, Ischia, and Procida, which will be the capital of culture in 2022 and is preparing to make itself even more beautiful: from the crescent-shaped little island of Vivara, which tells of the island's volcanic origin, to the pastel-coloured villages of Marina Grande, Chiaiolella, Terra Murata and Corricella.
A dream Italy, waiting to reopen its doors, presents itself online at Bit Digital Edition from 9 to 11 May for operators and from 12 to 14 for travellers.