If you are walking around Venice, and at one point you feel like you should eat something, you are going to have a very wide selection of inns and traditional restaurants to satisfy your taste buds. But if what you are looking for is an experience that is more typical and authentic, then I would suggest letting yourself be tempted by Venice’s stree...

Venice won the Leone d’Oro. The 78th edition of the Mostra Internazionale d’Arte Cinematografica has been truly special: it managed to overcome the pandemic,  gathering into one embrace the world of international cinema to celebrate together on the laguna. It has also emphasized this is a golden moment for Italian cinema and its ability to stir emo...

In Italy, in the month of September there are a lot of traditions that get celebrated: one of the most famous is the Palio of Castelfranco. It takes place over three weekends to evoke and share with a bigger crowd the glorious past of the old people that used to live in the village of Castelfranco, in the province of Treviso, in Veneto. What does t...

Despite the city having celebrated its 1600th anniversary in March, Venice restaurants never get old. The ever-evolving La Serenissima always remains true to its innate mysterious nature –  a foundation that, for better or for worse, never delves too far into the contemporary on countless fronts.  While its streets will remain car-free for centurie...

After the victory of the European Football Championship and the extraordinary results obtained at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, this incredible Italian summer ended with another amazing sporting success, the one obtained by the unbeatable Italian athletes at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo. An extraordinary feat, because with only 113 athletes, Italy...

It is no surprise that Italy is one of the most coveted destinations by tourists and this is related to a variety of factors. We have tourism related to art, history, food, nature and religion.  Afterall, it is hard to deny that the strong presence of the Holy See in Italy is the reason behind the long pilgrimages toward sanctuaries and churches th...

After two years of negotiations, the Intergovernmental Council of UNESCO has inscribed the territory of "Monte Grappa" in the List of UNESCO MAB Biosphere Reserves. The works of the Intergovernmental Council of the UNESCO MAB Program started on Monday 13th and will continue throughout the week. The Italian delegation, led by Professor Pier Luigi Pe...

Monselice, a typical walled town in the Padova province, in Veneto, every year re-evokes the celebrations that in 1239 welcomed the arrival of Emperor Frederick II of Svevia with the Palio called the Giostra della Rocca. The town offers days packed with events food tastings and theme shows. The big party in costume takes you back to the medieval at...

In the beautiful Padua, near the famous Prato della Valle, stands a green oasis founded back in 1545, making it the oldest botanical garden in the world: the Botanical Garden of Padua. In 1997 it became one of the heritage sites included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, being considered the origin of all botanical gardens in the world and the cra...

Veneto is a region that boasts some of Italy's most famous tourist resorts. In addition to its cities and beautiful nature, many picturesque villages and walled towns have preserved ancient traditions, local products, and unique landscapes. Here is a list of 10 villages not to be missed! 10. Malcesine In the province of Verona, on the eastern shore...