There are places that leave their beauty to speak for them. Anyone who visits Apulia can therefore not help but visit its most authentic heart, from the red earth and the countless olive trees: it is the Itria Valley, the central part of Apulia, the point of union of the provinces of Bari, Brindisi and Taranto. The name probably derives from the ch...

Today we will take you on a splendid journey, an itinerary by sea that will allow you to get to know the most important and characteristic beaches and seaside resorts of the Sorrento peninsula. To be your guide, an exceptional guest, whose identity we will reveal only at the end. Have a good holiday!  Your tour starts from Marina Piccola di Sorrent...

The tourist who arrived in Procida is welcomed by the picturesque landscape that the island offers visitors. The fishermen’s boats anchored to the pier, the houses colored with the colors of the rainbow that are reflected on the water are the elements of a suggestive landscape like those of a picture. Spending your holidays in Procida, however, doe...

Italy truly has a timeless allure. The country has been through so much recently, so you could be forgiven for forgetting the features that make Italy one of the most geographically diverse and spectacular countries on earth. Beyond the classic destinations like Venice, Florence and Rome — and even beyond the mainland 'boot' of Italy — there are go...

Pompeii's celebrated mosaic of Alexander the Great's victory over King Darius III of Persia is to undergo a major restoration project at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples (MANN). The restoration of the monumental mosaic, which was rediscovered at the House of the Faun in Pompeii in 1831, will begin at the end of this month and is expecte...

The Rialto Market, one of the most ancient and important markets in Italy, is certainly one of the must-see places in Venice. Located near the Rialto Bridge, it covers the area between Campo San Giacomo di Rialto and Campo della Pescaria and it hosts the famous fish market, indeed called Pescaria, with many fish counters located under the Loggia, a...

At the brink of an early sunset, the horizon commands full attention. The orange rays light up the army of green and orange-colored trees that envelops around the historical land of Etruscans. The atmosphere seems romantic, but the crawling sensation of harmony triumphs over. The sight means to be relished by a lone soul rather than a couple or a s...

THE CITY OF COMACCHIO IS located on a branch of the Po river. Inhabited since ancient times, this town has always been one of the major cultural centers in the region. Contested by many local powers for centuries, Comacchio was governed by the Papal States in the 16th-century. During this time, an urban renovation project managed by architect Luca...

Albergo diffuso, an accommodation style that originated in Italy in the early 1980s, may become more popular going forward, as travelers look for ever more unique and isolated experiences.  What is Albergo Diffuso The ‘Albergo Diffuso’ is a concept of hospitality that was launched in Italy as an attempt to revive small, historic villages at risk of...

After nine months of social distancing, mask-wearing, nasal swabs, and quarantining, it seems like hope is finally on the horizon. Yes, there is a record number of new cases and deaths out there particularly in the US and Europe as well as South America, Japan, and India, not to mention a more infectious strain of the virus that’s emerged in the UK...