Nowadays, internet and tourism is a combination difficult to separate. The relevance and the opinion expressed by travelers on the main sites are, therefore, an element of important reflection for professionals and enthusiasts.
In recent days the website Trivago has published the Top 10 of the most popular destinations by travelers, namely those which have received the best feedback and whose reputation has proved to be very positive among the readers who choose Trivago as a reference point for their travels. In the list, we find many Italian locations and in third place, stands out the presence of San Gimignano with a rating of 85.98 out of 100.
The small tuscan medieval village, wins therefore the bronze medal behind the Turkish town of Göreme and Matera, European Capital of Culture in 2019.
This means that the city has been able to adapt to the times by focusing heavily on its virtual visibility worldwide. “We are very proud,” he admitted the mayor of the city that has mentioned the attention to the enhancement policies pursued in recent years by the administration. Another source of pride is the quality of the tourist accomodation that, according to the web rankings, have the best reputation in the world..
Here is the complete ranking of the top ten positions, which sees a large Italian presence along with some foreign place as the Brazilian Gramado, the Vietnamese Hanoi and Siem Reap, a very popular destination in Cambodia. The ranking is enriched by some european presence as Killarney (Ireland) and Funchal (Portugal).
Göreme, Turchia 88,03
Matera, Italia 87,48
San Gimignano, Italia 85,98
Gramado, Brasile 85,57
Hanoi, Vietnam 85,50
Lecce, Italia 85,35
Siem Reap, Cambogia 85,35
Killarney, Irlanda 85,17
Sorrento, Italia 85,14
Funchal, Portogallo 84,93
The fascination exercised by the the architecture and urbanism of San Gimignano could not remain indifferent to the filmmakers. They were many, in fact, who found the small Tuscan village as the perfect setting for their films. Here is a short list of six major films fimed in San Gimignano