Italy has more than 4,000 miles of coastline, so it’s no surprise that it has more beaches than any other country in continental Europe. No part of the country is more than a two-hour drive from the Italian coast, and Italians love the beach lifestyle.
One of the first things you may notice on your visit to the Amalfi Coast is the scent of lemons in the air.
After a long train ride, say from Rome to Genoa, you might want to jump in the shower to freshen up. But private showers weren't the norm in ancient Rome.
Hop on the train and head towards Florence to learn some of Italy's most interesting history.
Hop off the train at Rome's Termini train station and you'll soon learn Rome isn’t simply one of the most beautiful cities in the world — it’s also one of the most delicious.
With so many excellent places to visit, a quick glance at some of the best cities to visit in Italy can make your trip planning that much smoother.
Let’s take a look at some of the best urban Italy destinations to explore during your vacation in Italy.
There’s no better time to visit Milan than Fashion Week when all the celebrities and global trendsetters converge on the streets of Milan and transform it into one big fashion show.
Shakespeare famously wrote in Hamlet about the spirits of the dead that inhabit Rome: “The graves stood tenantless, and the sheeted dead did squeak and gibber in the Roman streets.”
Whether you're heading to Florence from Rome or making a quick stop before you take the train to Naples, chances are you’ve already p…
After spending time in Rome, you may be interested in taking a train to the beach. Italy has some spectacular seaside holiday destinations.