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Alessandria e provincia: Po, Appennino, Monferrato, terme, castelli e luoghi sacri (Guide d'Italia) (Italian Edition) by Touring Club Italiano
Arezzo and its province: The Tiber and Arno valleys, the Casentino and Val di Chiana by Touring Club Italiano
Basilicata: Potenza, Matera, il Pollino, la Magna Grecia, il Vulture, le coste tirrenica e jonica by Touring Club Italiano
Bologna e l'Emilia Romagna: La città europea della cultura e 29 itinerari nella regione (Guide d'Italia) by Touring Club Italiano
Bologna e provincia : la pianura, le colline, l'imolese e l'Appennino by Touring Club Italiano
Calabria : dal Pollino all'Aspromonte le spiagge dei due mari le città, i borghi arroccati by Touring Club Italiano
Emilia Romagna : Bologna, le città d'arte, il Po e la Riviera adriatica, la pianura e l'Appennino by Touring Club Italiano
Emilia-Romagna. Bologna, le citta' d'arte, il Po e la Riviera adriatica, la pianura e l'Appennino by Touring Club Italiano
Ferrara and its province by Touring Club Italiano
Lombardia: Bergamo, Brescia, Lodi, la Valtellina e il Garda, Mantova, Cremona, Pavia by Touring Club Italiano
Lombardia: dalle Alpi al grande fiume, Milano, le citta, i centri minori, i laghi, i parchi naturali by Touring Club Italiano
Mantua and it's province: Art treasured, nature parks, traditions and local products. by Touring Club of Italy
Marche: Ancona, Ascoli Piceno, Macerata, Pesaro-Urbino (English Edition) by Touring Club Italiano
Monza e la Brianza. Le ville, i parchi e le imprese storiche by Touring Club Italiano
Napoli e la Campania by Touring Club Italiano
Parma e provincia : le città d'arte, l'Appennino le terme, i castelli, Il Po by Touring Club Italiano
Piemonte Valle d'Aosta by Touring Club Italiano
Ravenna e provincia : Faenza, Lugo, Brisighella, le spiaggie e le pinete by Touring Club Italiano
Rome and the Vatican: The Eternal City, with Its Museums, Churches, Landmarks, and Archeological Sites (Italian Touring by Italian Touring Club
Sardegna : Cagliari e il golfo degli Angeli, le coste della Gallura, Barbagie i Gennargentu by Touring Club Italiano
Sicilia : Palermo, Monreale, Segesta, Agrigento, Noto, Selinunte, Siracusa, Catania, Taormina by Touring Club Italiano
Sicilia. Palermo, Catania, e l'Etna, Siracusa, Ragusa, Agrigento, Egadi, Eolie, Pantelleria. Con guida alle informazioni pratiche by Touring Club Italiano
Sicilia: Palermo e Siracusa, Agrigento e la Valle dei Templi, le isole Eolie e le Egadi by Touring Club Italiano
Toscana by Touring Club Italiano
Umbria: Perugia, Terni, Orvieto, il Trasimeno e i Sibillini, i luoghi di San Francesco by Touring Club Italiano
Valle Camonica - Sulle orme dei Camuni: dalle acque del Sebino al Passo del Tonale / Guide d'Italia by Touring Club Italiano
Veneto: Venezia e le citta d'arte, le Dolomiti e i Colli Euganei, il Garda e il delta del Po by Touring
Veneto: Verona e il Garda, Vicenza, le Dolomiti, Padova e gli Euganei by Touring Club Italiano
Vicenza e provincia by Touring Club Italiano

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