Italy has welcomed visitors since time immemorial. But not all of Italy: some regions have remained impervious to the Grand Tourists of the past and the Instagrammers of today. Who, for example, visits Abruzzo, a region east of Rome and south of the Marche? Very few is the answer – but why so secret? Poverty, for one thing, and the sheer wilderness...

Universally known as the green heart of Italy, Umbria is a spectacular region that houses a very rich cultural, naturalistic and food and wine heritage, the perfect destination for tourists looking for unique experiences to enjoy in a territory made of rolling hills, fantastic vineyards and ancient villages. And let's not forget about Lake Trasimen...

Tuscany has always been one of the most beautiful regions in Italy, attracting tourists from the rest of the peninsula and abroad. It is thanks to its green hills, the beauty of the seaside resorts but above all the villages, true jewels of this region, that organizing a trip here is a wonderful idea. Discover some of the most fascinating and lesse...

Tourism flows to Italy have returned to pre-pandemic levels, making genuine experiences elusive. But a professor’s simple tips can add meaning to your trip. Along with spring comes wanderlust and vivid dreams of carefree summer escapes. For millions, Italy will be a top destination. So how do you separate from the pack for a more meaningful trip? W...

If you’ve visited Rome, you’ve probably thrown a coin into the famed Trevi fountain. Each year, over €1 million ends up in the water of the spectacular 18th century monument. But where does all this money go? For over a decade, the windfall - collected by a dedicated team every few months - has been contributing to a very good cause. Why do people...

In the travel publisher's latest book, Best Beaches, they've revealed the world's most incredible beaches. Bays and Beaches in Australia, Thailand, America and Greece have all made the cut. One little-known spot in on the Amalfi Coast was also named in the travel publisher's top 100. Located just a stone's throw from Nerano, Baia di Ieranto, also k...

The Jubilee 2025, known as the Holy Year, will open on December 24th and will last for the entire year 2025. The following Jubilee will be held in 2050, except for extraordinary Jubilees called by the Pope. The Jubilee is for the Catholic Church and also for the city an extraordinary event in Rome, it will not only be a moment of religious reflecti...

From river Noce at the bottom of the valley, Val di Sole rears up towards the majestic peaks north of the Ortles-Cevedale range, south of the Brenta Group and west of the Adamello - Presanella range. You will find the pristine nature of the Stelvio National Park and the Adamello Brenta Natural Park. A valley that abounds with water, pouring out as...

What are “root travels” from the perspective of both sides of the ocean? Personally, I began to understand it when root travelers came to me asking for help. In those moments, I quickly realized I wasn’t dealing with typical tourists, there was something different about them. Root travelers don’t seek entertainment or crowded tourist spots; instead...

Italy-based Greenrail Group has been testing PV on railway sleepers along a railway line between the towns of Modena and Sassuolo, in Emilia Romagna, Italy, since 2018. “We designed the photovoltaic sleepers following the UNI 10349 standard,” CEO Emanuele Occhipinti told pv magazine. “These prototypes are part of an experimental section that has de...