“… Soon the train would navigate the sinuous mountain pass and then descend again, powering eastward toward the Adriatic Sea.” This passage describes the moment in which Robert Langdon saw the Adriatic Sea from the window of the Frecciargento high-speed train headed for Venice upon crossing the Apennines.
The Arno is a river that flows in the Italian region of Tuscany. It is the most important river in central Italy after the Tevere (the Tiber).
It is 241 kilometres long and covers 8228 square kilometres.
It crosses and neatly divides Florence into two parts, the city in which Dan Brown’s novel Inferno is set.