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By Adam Jones | 25/01/2019

Vinitaly has become a global phenomenon. Created to showcase the best Italian wines, it has turned into one of the world’s premier and most influential wine events. 

By Paul De Tourreil | 25/01/2019

The thought of a romantic holiday in Italy has fascinated lovers of all ages for centuries. Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, the most famous love story of all time, is set in Verona, which makes the city one of the most romantic places in Italy.

By Lina Branter | 04/01/2019

There’s no better time to visit Milan than Fashion Week, when all the celebrities and global trend setters converge on the streets of Milan and transform it into one big fashion show. 

By Adam Jones | 04/01/2019

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.

By Lina Branter | 20/12/2018

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.

By Adam Jones | 26/11/2018

Pompeii is, without a doubt, one of the great historical & archaeological sites the world has to offer. Being famous in the travel world means being popular — Pompeii is an extremely busy place to visit with more than 2.5 million people visiting each year.

By Adam Jones | 26/11/2018

The history of Sicily could be said to be the history of wine. The tradition of Sicilian wine goes back millennia as we have evidence that grapes have been grown in the Aeolian Islands as early as 1500 BC.

By Adam Jones | 26/11/2018

Carnival in Italy has typically been a time of decadence, a storm before the calm if you will. The time of Lent was traditionally a time for Catholics to abstain from meat, eggs, milk and dairy for 40 days.

By Paul De Tourreil | 23/11/2018

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.

By Lina Branter | 23/11/2018

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.