Giovanni DiDomenico founded Shop Morris County at age 14 while still an 8th-grade student. As a lifelong resident of Parsippany, Giovanni has always advocated for the local business community. His early passion for business and his community laid the foundation for a remarkable journey. Starting Shop Morris County in the 8th grade, Giovanni made si...

How to decide what to do 2 days in Milan to optimize your time and enjoy the city without too much rush? Organizing your itinerary well is certainly an excellent start. Do you love fashion? Do you prefer art? Are you passionate about design? Or maybe you can't wait to spend a nice evening in one of the many trendy restaurants to be found in the cit...

The oldest libraries in our country safeguard literary treasures that narrate centuries of history and culture. From north to south, these sanctuaries of knowledge allow us to retrace the footsteps of the giants of Italy’s history, offering a unique glimpse into the richness of the Italian heritage. Here are 5 of the oldest and richest libraries wi...

New research by Italian scientists estimates that parts of Venice will be submerged by 2150.  The study was carried out by experts at the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV) and analysed data on tide level rise.  Venice has been battling increasingly frequent flooding for decades.  There is now a system of flood barriers in plac...

The ribbon of coastline known as the Costiera Amalfitana (Amalfi Coast) attracts some five million tourists annually. The towns of Positano and Amalfi get the lion’s share of visitors and offer five-star hotels, beach clubs, and myriad souvenir shops. There are 13 localities along the shore or clinging to the cliffside, each with a different charac...

Recently, The New York Times came out with an article titled “The 25 Essential Pasta Dishes to Eat in Italy”. We see you, we love you, and we respect you (and your team of panelists), but frankly, a lot of the choices were just too ~Michelin for our tastes–and so we present to you our essential pastas. While it does seem like an impossible feat to...

Siena, famous for its medieval cityscape, is home to iconic landmarks such as the Piazza del Campo, where the historic Palio horse race takes place, and its magnificent Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Indeed, the city’s value in Italian art is profound, with its schools of painting influencing the course of European art during the...

Florence’s Bargello Museum reopened its Maiolica Room and Islamic Hall to the public earlier this week after a nine-month reconfiguration. The Maiolica Room, curated by Marino Marini, showcases a gorgeous lineup of over 400 ceramic objects of the approximately 1,000 stored in the museum’s archives, while the Islamic Hall, curated by archaeological...

Are you traveling to the splendid Apulia and have decided to take at least one day off to visit its magical capital on the shores of the Adriatic sea? Well, then you’re in the right place! In this guide you’ll discover with us what to do and see in Bari in one day, concentrating the best of this charming seaside city in less than 24 hours. Get read...

We are in Salento, where the blue of the sky meets the gold of the wheat fields and mixes with the green of the olive trees: it is here, in the countryside around Nardò, that Masseria Terre di Corillo stands, an estate that has been at the center of a long and stimulating architectural project that lasted about four years and was carried out by the...