One of Italy’s most historic ports, Genoa has been a powerhouse of trade and commerce on the Mediterranean for thousands of years… and has the culture, architecture, and culinary scene to back it up.
Taking the train from Rome to Venice is one of the quickest and most relaxing ways to travel between the two cities. Sit back and enjoy the journey while the scenic Italian countryside glides past your window.
Pompeii is one of the must-sees of Italy for a reason: when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD, the bustling Roman city was quickly buried under ash and pumice, a terrible tragedy where most of the inhabitants did not escape.
In 2019 Lonely Planet named Piedmont, Italy the world’s top region to visit in 2019. This is high praise from one of the travel industry’s leading authorities. Read on to find out what makes Piedmont this year’s big destination.
When is the best time to travel to Italy? Whenever you can, of course. There’s no bad time to take a trip to Italy: the colosseum will still be the colosseum and the wild beauty of the Amalfi coast will still be wild and beautiful whether the sun is shining bright or not.
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.
The tradition of Neapolitan pastry can’t be denied — hundreds of years of effort and craft have gone into the creation and evolution of fabulous Neapolitan desserts.
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 Amalfi coast is justifiably famous for its magnificent villas, gardens and global reputation as a destination for the international jet set. But as summer turns to fall, a quieter (and more affordable) side of the region reveals itself.
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.