When it comes to apres ski, Europe’s legendary ski destinations have been doing it right for decades. Learn how some of the best Italian ski resorts keep the fun going with fine dining, spas and outdoor activities long after the lifts close.
The idea of the Venetian Carnival is one of wonder — filled with colorful masks, rich music, sumptuous balls, energetic parades, elegant dancing and bacchanalian carousing.
We’ll let you in on a secret. The best time to visit Tuscany is not in the summer, with the hordes of tourists swarming Florence’s Duomo or lining up in front of the Uffizi for a glance at Michelangelo’s David.
When it comes to sightseeing in Venice, off-the-beaten-path options are more than a bonus, they’re practically a necessity.
Trieste is one of the best locations in Italy for coffee lovers. The history of Trieste is deeply tied to global coffee production and has served as a gateway for coffee into Italy since the 18th Century.
There is a reason why Palermo, Sicily is Italy’s Capital of Culture for 2018.
The Emilia Romagna region contains some of the most famous gastronomy of Italy, with world-famous traditional Italian food such as mortadella, Parmigiano Reggiano, balsamic vinegar and Parma ham.
Parma is home to two of Italy’s most renowned culinary exports — Parmigiano Reggiano and prosciutto di Parma. Nestled in an area known as food valley, Parma has been producing key ingredients for Italian cuisine for centuries; today they are exported all over the world.
Tuscany. The name alone conjures up sumptuous visions of world-renowned treasures: Michelangelo’s David, the remarkable Renaissance heritage of Florence, the timeless beauty of the Tuscan landscapes, and the epicurean delights of its cuisine.
If you’re heading to the beautiful city of Florence, chances are you’ve already put aside money to spend on some beautiful, Florentine leather products. If not, you should.