This narrow coastal strip of the Mediterranean region near ltaly's Liguria shore sliced by popular seaside resort towns like Portofino is a summer dream and much more. Rich with intriguing towns and maritime villages, turquoise covers crowned by vividly coloured cliffside houses, the ltalian Riviera is a culmination of the best that Ligurian, Franc...

With more than 400 facilities, 150 courses with at least 18 holes and golf resorts in super panoramic locations, Italy offers a great opportunity to all golf enthusiasts: combining their favourite sport with a trip to a dreamy setting. Here we have selected for you the most scenic greens, perfect for a top-grade golf holiday. The wine golf course:...

Torta Pasqualina is a traditional Ligurian savory pie made with pastry, spinach or greens, ricotta, and eggs. We know that the recipe for this savory pie dates back to the Middle Ages by Ortensio Lando, who called it "gattafura". Traditionally the pastry consisted of 33 thin layers of pastry dough to represent the years of Jesus.  Its name derives...

Genoa’s historic center - Ancient Italian Marine Republic and today Capital of Liguria - is the seat of splendid artistic and architectural treasures. Splendid artistic and architectural treasures. The Site includes the Strade Nuove (“New Roads”), where stand the magnificent “Palazzi dei Rolli,” a series of noble abodes in the Renaissance and Baroq...

Alassio, in the Riviera di Ponente, in Liguria, overlooks the gulf with the same name and is a renowned tourist and seaside resort, which extends between the sea and Mount Bignone, rich in paths and nature trails. The historic centre of the village retains its ancient charm, thanks to some noble palaces built between the 16th and 17th centuries, in...

Italy is a place where you can experience the unique culture in each region – not just through historical sites that will take your breath away, but also through the outstanding food and wine they produce. From the bustling metropolises of Rome and Milan to the stunning coastlines in Puglia, every nook has something worth tasting and enjoying. The...

Easter lunch in Italy is a celebration of the colors, scents and flavors of the new season, spring. While there are common dishes and ingredients, from north to south, such as lamb, boiled eggs,  savory pies, chocolate eggs and colomba, each Italian region has its own typical dishes or variations on Easter classics. Each region would need its own d...

While Genoa food might not be the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of Italy and food, the beautiful port city of Genoa has plenty of charm to offer its visitors and bucket list culinary experiences worth a top spot. Between its medieval Caruggi (narrow alleys and lanes), maze squares, dreamy pebble beaches, magnificent palazzos, and f...

For Catholics, Easter is the most important celebration of the year. Yes, even more important than Christmas. In it, we remember the resurrection of Jesus Christ, which is considered by the faithful the ultimate proof of His divine nature. While Italians, just like many others around the world, are perhaps no longer as connected to their spiritual...

This trip will be an authentic surprise. All different and incredible, Easter traditions in Italy will certainly leave you speechless. Suggestive, misterious and moving: in this article, we'll introduce you to 10 of the most authentic and unmissable Easter traditions in Italy. Piedmont: where Jerusalem is on stage every 2 years. Speaking of Italian...