If you think about it, Verona, one of our most beautiful cities, has been made world-famous by a Briton. And certainly not a random one: William Shakespeare. The Bard – this is what the residents of the land of Albion like to call him – chose this elegant Veneto town with ancient Roman origins as the backdrop for what is, perhaps, his most iconic t...

The 11th edition of Booking.com's Traveller Review Awards honors accommodations in 220 countries and territories for their commitment to consistently excellent service and hospitality throughout the year. Once again this year, Italy leads the ranking with the largest number of facilities awarded, more than 170 thousand. The site has compiled the ra...

The New York journalist, Shana Clarke, has selected 150 of the most beautiful vineyards in the world in South Africa, Argentina, Chile, the USA,New Zealand, Australia, China, Japan, Georgia, Armenia, Germany, Greece, Spain, Portugal, France and Italy that she has published in an art catalogue, titled “150 Vineyards you need to visit before you die”...

“Piedmont is the right choice when dealing with the agrifood industry,” says Dario Peirone, President of Piemonte Agency. “Piedmont is home to a unique food system and is continuously investing in R&D and talents in this field”. Piedmont’s agribusiness sector is worth 5.3 billion euros (4.5% of regional value-added, source: Ires Piedmont, 2021). Th...

Sometimes catastrophic disasters are the best for preserving a site for posterity — the ash-covered Roman city of Pompeii is perhaps the most famous example of that. Pompeii is massive and one of the best-preserved Roman cities in the world and is remarkably frozen in time. The site is ginormous, and it takes the better part of a day of exploring t...

During our last two weeks in Sicily this past fall, we set out to explore previously unvisited villages and cities. First on our list was Punta Secca, on the southwest corner of the island. The charming seaside village has become popular in recent years as the fictional “Vigata” in the RAI television series “Inspector Montalbano,” adapted from Andr...

If you want a trip that combines awe-inspiring sites with rich history and delicious food, then Rome is the place for you. Whether you’re looking for an idyllic vacation or something cultural and educational, Rome has something to offer even the pickiest of travelers. Take a journey back in time as you explore ancient ruins, beautiful churches, and...

It is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy and lies less than 20 kilometres from Macerata. Treia is a love of a small town with a delightful historic centre, an impressive panoramic terrace where the view stretches from the Adriatic Sea to the Sibillini Mountains, many artistic and cultural glimpses, and a special sports tradition. Like Quid...

Some countries are blessed. And then there’s Italy, which is endowed with not one but two huge island regions in the Mediterranean. Both filled with churches, vineyards, churches and sites testifying to millennia of history, Sicily and Sardinia are nonetheless truly distinct – and truly wonderful. Having trouble picking between the two? We’ve asked...

Living in an almost surreal fairy-tale micro-reality, an island with only 10 to 15 inhabitants that comes explosively alive in summer and makes people fall in love with its quietness in winter, out of the hustle and bustle but only a 10-minute boat ride from the mainland. A #unique place, almost rare in its distinctiveness. A strip of land, an isla...