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RYDER CUP 2023 – ROME

The Ryder Cup is the most important and prestigious golf event in the world. You only play for glory, there is only the cup and the honor of victory up for grabs: no prize money. The event puts the United States and Europe in front and is the only sporting competition in which the Old Continent competes as a team. The race is scheduled in Rome and the official game venue will be the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club. The event, the third most followed event in the world after the Olympics and the World Cup, will certainly be a spot for Rome but can also turn into a deal between job opportunities, increased tourism and a contribution to the growth of the economy.

GOLF IN ITALY: Puglia Region

It is very difficult to go wrong when you decide to organize your next golf vacation by choosing Italy as your destination. Especially when you decide to go to Puglia Region. Follow our DIY detailed guide to freely choose what to do, where to play golf and when in Puglia.

WHITE TRUFFLE FESTIVAL ALBA

The 90th edition of the Alba White Truffle Fair 2020 has been confirmed. Mark the dates: the usual market will be held for nine weekends, from 10 October to 8 December, obviously always in Alba. The Fair will be held, it will be longer than a week and there will be several food and wine events, chefs, artists and culture. The theme of this edition will be “The World” and we will also talk about sustainability and solidarity.

GOLF IN ITALY – BASILICATA REGION

One of the smallest regions in Italy but rich in history, traditions, tourism, cuisine and folklore. Let’s talk about Basilicata which in its small way truly enchants enchanted landscapes that make this reason a favorite destination for holidays, both in winter and in summer because the tourist offer is truly varied. In a very short time, in fact, it is possible to move from the peaks of the Pollino National Park to the white beaches and the turquoise sea of the Tyrrhenian and Ionian coast; and then again, for those who are passionate about history, a great variety of castles, churches, theaters and ancient buildings. And finally, but not least, the pride of this region, the European capital of culture, Matera that you really can’t miss. Add to this an excellent Golf Course 10 minutes from the crystal clear sea. What else?

GOLF HOLIDAYS IN ITALY: Venice!!

Organizing your golf holiday in Venice is truly an experience in itself: a journey through time and an immersion in the lagoon. This splendid city floating on the water was created on about 120 islands embroidered between 150 canals and connected by over 400 bridges. Here is hidden one of the most beautiful cultural and artistic heritage in the world: the elegant buildings on the Grand Canal, the delicacy of Palazzo Ducale overlooking the San Marco basin, the grandeur of the Basilica and the bell tower of San Marco, but also the small shops craftsmen and picturesque colorful houses, the tradition of Murano glass and Burano lace, a romantic gondola ride or an aperitif in the tavern.

GOLF IN ITALY – UNESCO Langhe Roero and Monferrato

When you think of the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato, sweet hills covered with vineyards come to mind, small towns surrounded by fields, medieval churches and castles, aromas of wine, truffles and chestnuts … In general, a feeling of tranquility mixed with beauty: because the territory between the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo is truly a microcosm of different environments where man and nature have gone hand in hand for centuries. Unesco world heritage has obtained a coveted recognition, because here man and nature collaborated in full harmony and created landscapes and environments that make this land unique in its kind. Set in this splendid area, pleasant Golf Courses.

GOLF COURSES IN ITALY: UMBRIA REGION

Organizing a golf vacation in Italy is always a great choice and opportunity. The climate that allows you to play almost the entire 365 days of the year, culture, history, food and good wine, the incredible territory, make that Golf in Italy is one of the favorite destinations of the next golf holiday . One of the Italian regions that can offer all this is Umbria.

PROSECCO WINE

Italy is one of the nations in the world where wine finds the “natural” conditions to thrive, combined with an undoubted “human” capacity for cultivation. These two “excellences”, joined together, produce among the best wines in the world. Prosecco wine is one of them.

GOLF HOLIDAYS IN ITALY: Verona

Also known as little Rome, Verona is one of the most romantic cities in the whole Peninsula: a theater where you can read the tragic events of Romeo and Juliet, Verona still retains an all-Shakespearean flavor, even if in reality the known tragedy is not never happened. But you golfer does not care: of course, a look at Juliet’s balcony must always be given, but there are countless things to do and see in the Venetian capital as well as choosing between 5 super Golf Courses. Walking through the marble-paved streets in this city full of architectures that capture the view is undoubtedly an experience worth doing: Verona has always been a prominent city, which has been able to integrate the various influences that have followed one another over the centuries and which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site precisely for its architecture and urban structure.

BEST GOLF DESTINATION: Do It Yourself Golf Holidays – Playing Golf in the Friuli- Venezia Giulia Region (Italy)

Friuli Venezia Giulia is a region in the north-east of Italy that overlooks the Adriatic Sea and borders with Austria and Slovenia. The region is home to the peaks of the Dolomites and the famous vineyards for white wines. Trieste, the capital, belonged in the past to the Austro-Hungarian Empire of the nineteenth century. A borderland, where at least four different languages are spoken (Italian, Friulian, German and Slovenian) and where even more cultures can be found. Friuli Venezia Giulia is a region rich in history and traditions, a place of passage where different ethnic groups met between the Alps and the sea, between Eastern Europe and the West, creating an unparalleled cultural landscape.

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