Vacations can be the focus of so many different areas of interest, but there’s one thing that nobody can miss when they visit — remarkably delicious traditional Italian food. In Italy, vacations taste great.
Culinary history is full of twists and turns, a place where myth can become fact. The story of Italian gelato is no different, offering a fine line between history and legend.
One of the first things you may notice on your visit to the Amalfi Coast is the scent of lemons in the air. This isn’t your garden variety lemon — Amalfi lemons are a unique breed native to this tiny corner of the world.
There’s something about fried food that can make it like a hearty warm embrace. Tuscan food is no different, especially one of the best snacks in Florence — coccoli, which translates as “cuddles” in Italian.
When it comes to agritourism, Italy is a bucket-list destination for experiencing world-class culinary vacations. No trip to Italy is complete without indulging in one of the planet’s most celebrated food cultures.
Whether you’re spending your honeymoon basking blissfully in the rosy glow of the sun setting on ancient Roman marble or celebrating many happy years together, Rome is one of the world’s top destinations for a romantic getaway.
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.