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Fantastica Italia

3240 e Union Hills dr.

Suite 157

Phoenix, AZ 85050

602-996-4393

info@fantasticaitalia.com

Don't be deceived by our name!

We do love Italy but there is so much more to discover around Europe

Have your thought abour Spain? Or France? and Greece?

 

We can plan you perfect trip!

 

 

 

 

"NOT ALL THOSE WHO WANDER ARE LOST.   J.R.R.Tolkien 

 

FRANCE 
 
  • A romantic dinner on the river Sein or on top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris
  • Visit the Abbaye du Mont Saint Michel  where the forces of nature meet the artistry of medieval architecture and Brittany melts with Normandy, there rises one of the first sites to obtain UNESCO World Heritage listing.
  • Be amazed by the Chateau de Versailles and visit the apartments, the breathtaking Hall of Mirrors, the intimate cabinets, and the dazzling enfilade of other rooms as well as the meticulously manicured gardens.
  • Take a trip to the Loire Valley, this fabulous land of vineyards and blooming flowers has both river banks dotted with more than a thousand of unbelievably elaborate chateaus, and as you follow the 280 kilometer long route from Sully-sur-Loire in the Loiret to Chalonnes-sur-Loire in Anjou, you can't help but agree the valley deserved its UNESCO recognition. Stretches of scenic beauty enhanced with an immense doze of history.
  • Explore the sparkling wines celebrates around the world, the Champagne. The region has more highlights than just the fizzy beverage. It's a picturesque oasis of tranquility, pristine beauty, and fine historical heritage sprawled over five wine producing districts with the commercial centers in the towns of Reims and Épernay.
  • Famous for Brigitte Bardot and the clumsy gendarme, this sparkling pearl of Cote d'Azur is able to cast a spell on everyone from history buffs to cinema aficionados.  With the choice of locations ranging from the rather family-oriented La Bouillabaisse and the secluded Plage de la Briande to the trendy Plage de Pampelonne, celebrity-ridden Plage de Tahiti and the naturist Les Salins everyone will find their sun-kissed niche along the brilliant coast of St Tropez Bay.
SPAIN
 
  • Discover Barcelona tasting its delicacies! Enjoy a visit to one of the 39 traditional food markets in Barcelona, discover their history, their role in Catalan food culture and sample many specialties on the way. A high-end approach to local gastronomy out of crowds and touristy spots.
  • Flamenco is virtually unique in present day music - a traditional form of folk music that is still as alive today as it has ever been. How about a typical dinner followed by a Flamenco show in Madrid
  • Try some of the best Michelin star restaurants in San Sebastian in the Basque Country. And don't forget to try pinxto,  the most gourmet tapas you'll find anywhere in the country.
  • Visit the Alhambra Moorish fortress in the hills of Granada, This fortress protected the city's inhabitants from invasion by the Christians for hundreds of years. It certainly worked - Granada was the last city to fall during the Reconquista, the Spanish leg of the Crusades.
  • Seville is a treat, truly captivating, with its cathedral with its Giralda tower, the neighboring Alcazar castle and garden complex and the Plaza de España.
 
GREECE

 

  • Part of the Cyclades group, Santorini is among the most picturesque islands and definitely one of the best places to visit in Greece. Also part of the Cyclades, Mykonos features a modern, cosmopolitan society blended with traditional whitewashed houses and maze-like streets. Located in the Aegean Sea near the coast of Turkey, Rhodes is the capital and largest island of the Dodecanese archipelago, popular for its great beaches and historical significance. The northernmost of Greece’s Ionian Islands, Corfu was controlled by many foreign powers, notably the Venetians and British, which is reflected in its culture and the architecture on the island.

  • Inhabited for more than 3,000 years, Athens is widely known as the cradle of Western civilization and the birthplace of democracy. The city presents a confusing blend of historical and modern features. Athens is famous for its archaeological ruins and monuments such as the famous Acropolis, the Parthenon, the Ancient Agora and the Theatre of Dionysos just to name a few. 

  • The largest of the Greek islands, Crete is a spacious land of pleasing contrasts where landscapes range from stunning coastline to rugged mountains and rolling countryside dotted with olive trees. Crete still bears archaeological traces of the many civilizations that inhabited it down through the centuries.

  • The Greek word meteora means “suspended in the air,” and this phrase aptly describes the spectacular cliffs that rise more than 1,200 feet (366 meters) into the air overlooking the villages of Kalambaka and Kastraki in the north central mainland of Greece. 

  • Located about two and half hours from Athens, Delphi was once revered by the ancient Greeks as the center of the earth. Dedicated to the god, Apollo, Delphi was an important oracle. Significant ruins and structures at Delphi include the Temple of Apollo, the Athenian Treasury, the theater and hippodrome that once hosted events of the ancient Pythian Games.

 

 

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