The number of things to do in Bologna, Italy, is almost infinite. We’ve visited at least five times and were only limited by the length of our stays. Here is a list of some unique experiences in Bologna that we never tire of and repeatedly return to. It is probably too long for one visit, but we hope it offers some ideas that pique your interest or...

The Delta One experience will soon be further differentiated by a new partnership the global airline has forged with Italian luxury fashion house Missoni. Together, Delta and Missoni – a brand known for its creative use of colors and patterns – will elevate Delta One with a new customer amenity kit and top-of-the-line details woven into key touchpo...

Renowned for its pristine beaches and dramatic granite cliffs, the Italian island of Sardinia has long been known as a jet-setters' paradise. But away from the mega yachts and glitterati of its glamorous Costa Smeralda resort, much of the Mediterranean's second-largest island remains a rugged, unspoiled wilderness waiting to be explored. Now, a...

Think of Ligurian architecture and you’ll most likely imagine brightly colored houses stacked precariously on top of one another and suspended over the bright blue sea. These painted houses may be one of the most iconic architectures of the region (not to mention in all of Italy), but there’s much more to the region’s design than these confetti-col...

Would you like to organize a one day trip from Venice? You are enjoying your wonderful holiday, when at a certain point you decide that you want to visit something outside the city of the Biennale. You have already planned what to see in the city with the Venice Pass and have already taken advantage of its benefits. So, you immediately set off on y...

Vicenza, founded in the 2nd century B.C., prospered under Venetian rule from the early 15th century to the late 18th century. Famous for its architectural heritage, the city holds the title of UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to the works of Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio (Padua, 1508 - Maser, 1580), who created the unmistakable style prese...

Milan, the dynamic heart of Italy’s Lombardy region, effortlessly combines its historical roots with a forward-thinking, cosmopolitan vibe. Milan is known worldwide as a fashion and design capital and offers much more than haute couture. It is a treasure trove of art, culture, and history, making it an essential destination for travelers. Among its...

INCHING nervously across a wet, metal rope, I looked down at the rocks and foaming river 40ft below, and thought: “This is a bit pazza.” Then a day later, as I clambered up and down slippery slopes in pitch-dark caverns with pipistrelle bats fluttering about my ears, I told myself: “Yup, this is definitely pazza.” Yet here, in the heart of Italy’s...

One of the most iconic sights in the Puglia region of Italy, Alberobello draws visitors with its unique and picturesque Trulli, traditional Puglian homes characterised by their charming conical, stoned roofs. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alberobello’s unique beauty and cultural significance make it a must-visit destination while spen...

Florence, Bologna, Genoa, Cagliari, Lecce, Siena, Palermo, Matera, Tropea, and Parma. The directory of former Italian and European Capitals of Culture reads as an all too tempting rundown of ‘where to visit in Italy’, with several of the country’s most outstanding destinations receiving the accolade. Indeed, joining the list of winners is somewhat...