The Val di Cembra, in Trentino-Alto Adige, is a valley characterized by breathtaking landscapes and a remarkable winemaking tradition marked by grape terraces that rise up to 900 m above sea level. The grapes grown include mainly Müller-Thurgau and Chardonnay. The vineyards are supported by dry stone walls and represent centuries of traditional agr...

Italy is the second tourist destination in Europe and the fifth in the world in terms of international arrivals. Attracting travelers from the continent and the entire planet to the Belpaese like a magnet is our rich cultural heritage, followed by natural beauty and events, whether sporting, recreational or religious, but food and wine, without neg...

With a trend that remains stable compared to 2023, large cities do not rank well in quality of life. With the exception of Bologna (14th) and Florence (33rd), the large cities all rank from mid-table downwards: 45th place for Milan, 98th place for Rome, and Naples and Palermo also do badly. In a win for northern Italy, first place for the quality o...

Heading to Madonna di Campiglio, a real-life fairy tale village perched at 1522m (4933 ft) in the Brenta Dolomites in Italy’s Trentino region, is one of those magical experiences.  If you ski, snowboard, ice climb, or snowshoe you may have heard of this historic resort – but there are plenty of good reasons to put this destination on your radar, ye...

Are you looking for an experience that will leave you breathless and allow you to connect with the natural world? Look no further: the Stanghe Waterfalls are waiting to give you an unforgettable experience. Come discover this hidden treasure of Racines and prepare to be enchanted by its beauty. A journey into adventureIn the picturesque alpine regi...

The pool was empty – perhaps because at about 22C, the water was too cold for Italians. It was also about to close. Whatever the reason, we had the glorious Biolago di Pinzolo, a spring-fed, plant-filtered swimming lake, to ourselves. As my son and I swam, we could just make out the tiny red-roofed hermitage of San Martino on the forested slope abo...

The labyrinth, it is known, is a symbol rich in meaning and suggestion, a journey both physical and metaphorical through the depths of the human soul.This is also the case in Merano, where since 2001 the local Trauttmansdorff Castle has been home to an elegant yew hedge labyrinth that embodies the complexity but also the fun associated with this an...

In the valleys of Northern Italy, beneath the jagged spires of the Italian Dolomites, lies a quaint South Tyrolean town far from fairy tale or myth. Known as the Pearl of the Dolomites and the "place of crows" in Latin, Corvara captivates all who visit with its natural beauty, offering more than just vistas. Seated in the heart of Alta Badia, adven...

In this early spring, which in many parts of Italy resembles a late winter, with the vines already sprouting, the fires in the vineyard return to provide striking, but also troubling images. Like those coming from the social profiles of Abbazia di Novacella, one of the oldest wineries in South Tyrol, whose rows of vines were filled with lit candles...

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...