Rome isn’t simply one of the most beautiful cities in the world — it’s also one of the most delicious. If you’re planning a trip to the Eternal City, you owe it to yourself to experience the remarkable diversity of traditional Roman cuisine.
Venice. Queen of the Adriatic. City of Bridges. City of Water. City of Masks. La Serenissima.
While many people will roam the Tuscan hills, at the heart of Tuscany lies its capital — the cultural, artistic, and culinary jewel that is Florence.
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.
Italy is a wild and wonderful country with rich, varied and passionate history. It should come as no surprise: if you go beyond the usual wine festivals and carnivals, you can take in some truly remarkable cultural events in Italy.
Whether it’s a sweet spoonful in the evening as the weather cools or a refreshing cornetto in the hot midday sun, there’s nothing like tucking into a bright tasty cup of Italian gelato.
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.
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.
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.