Luca Signorini

We all know that pizza, as we know it today, is a recent invention, but what if I told you that a recent archaeological discovery in Pompeii might shed some light on the existence of an ancient cousin of it?  Yes, you heard …

Umbria is a region both timeless and beautiful: with its rolling hills and ancient towns filled with art and history, it is a well-known and beloved holiday destination for Italians and non-Italians alike. Yet, beneath the surface of its medieval charm …

Ah, the Italian Alps! With their majestic peaks, fragrant pine forests, and sun-drenched valleys, they are a dream for slow tourism enthusiasts. Today, allow me to guide you on a journey through time, a journey beyond the hustle and bustle …

As we celebrate the Week of Italian Cuisine in the World, the spotlight is on Italy’s storied culinary heritage also thanks to TripAdvisor’s Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Awards, which placed Rome, Florence, and Naples in the top 10 …

Tucked away between the iconic Colosseum and the Palatine Hill in Rome, the Arch of Constantine is a majestic reminder of ancient victories and Roman grandeur: this triumphal arch, the largest of its kind in Rome, is more than a monument, it’s …

Borgo Pace, the hamlet of peace: this is what the name of this tiny village of just above 500 means if translated literally. And peaceful it must be, as immersed as it is in the green tranquility typical of the …

Rosazza, a small village in Italy’s Piedmont region, is not your average destination: located in the province of Biella, just a stone’s throw from the famous Aosta Valley and elegant Turin, Rosazza is a place where history and mystery meet around every …

Italian cuisine is known worldwide for its authentic and traditional products. However, in recent years, the Italian-sounding phenomenon has posed a threat to genuine Italian goods. It’s not uncommon to see “Italian” items, complete with Italian names and symbols, but with …

Piemonte, like many other regions of Italy, is a place where nature and culture intertwine seamlessly. Its vast vineyards, which are not only a symbol of the region’s viticultural expertise but also a UNESCO-protected heritage – think the Langhe, Monferrato, …

The story of velvet is one of timeless luxury, adaptability, and durability. Its name, stemming from the Latin term vellus meaning “fleece,” pays homage to the fabric’s defining feature: a dense, soft pile that creates a uniquely plush texture and visually appealing sheen. This …