Italian travel

Relax and beauty in Sperlonga

Pretty whitewashed houses, narrow alleys and delightful little piazzas: Sperlonga, a quaint maritime village perched on the sides of Monte Magno in...

Pienza: the perfect Tuscan hilltown

Ok... I'm going to ask you all to be quiet about what I'm going to tell you, and insist you don't share this information... but in my opinion, Pienza...
Isola Bella in Taormina

Isola Bella, the Pearl of the Ionian Sea

Isola Bella, literally Beautiful Island, is Taormina's crowning jewel and, possibly, one of the most photographed spots in the area. Ideally located...
The Budelli Island Officially Becomes of Public Domain

The Budelli Island Officially Becomes of Public Domain

According to a judge who expressed his final decision on Tuesday, the Budelli island in Sardinia, popular for the pink sand, is now back to the...
Kathy McCabe, host and executive producer of the new travel series Dream of Italy. Photo courtesy of Dream of Italy

The Inside Scoop on Travel to Italy with Kathy McCabe

Inspired by her unrelenting love for Italy, 12 years ago, Kathy McCabe started a newsletter devoted to travel in the Bel Paese, ‘Dream of Italy’, to...
Italy is known for its craft beers as well as its wines

Beer love: discovering Italy’s craft breweries

When one thinks of the most popular drink in Italy, wine comes immediately to mind – from the famous reds of the Chianti region to the bubbles of...
Basilicata is becoming a much loved destination to those seeking dramatic landscapes, natural beauty, a rich history and simple yet satisfying cuisine

Basilicata Coast to Coast: from the Tyrrhenian to the Ionian

“Life is too short a journey if you don’t take detours to make it longer”. 233 kilometers (144 miles), from the coast of the Tyrrhenian sea to the...
Parco Sempione, un insolito itinerario turistico

Parco Sempione, un insolito itinerario turistico

Finalmente è arrivata la bella stagione ed è tempo di uscire di casa! Passeggiate in montagna, primi bagni al mare, soprattutto nel sud Italia, dove...
Borgo Santo Pietro, Tuscany - Luxury Retreats

Italian country side retreats: a different way to experience la dolce vita

When it comes to vacations, Italians have historically fell into two categories: those who cannot live without a holiday by the beach and those who...
Italy's train system has recently remodeled four previously inoperable lines that are now used for slow travel

Slow Turism: traveling with attention to details

You spend every waking hour at the office stressing about your clients, and when you’re not at the office you are rushing to pick up Johnny and Jane...

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