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By Debra Thimmesch | 12/07/2019

Rome boasts more than 2,000 fountains, some elaborate, some mostly utilitarian. It would be impossible to see them all on one visit to the city and doubtless few Romans could boast having viewed them all.

By Adam Jones | 20/05/2019

On your way to the Amalfi Coast? Ease into your journey with a stop in Salerno, an ideal gateway city to many of the areas most popular attractions.

By Debra Thimmesch | 20/05/2019

Planning a trip to Rome? You’ll quickly learn that there are many efficient ways to get around the Eternal City.

By Adam Jones | 17/04/2019

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.

By Kirsten Weisenburger | 25/01/2019

Traveling by train remains one of the most enjoyable ways to explore Italy. The country’s extensive rail network allows you to reach almost every town, village and city coast to coast.

By Paul De Tourreil | 04/01/2019

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. 

By Lina Branter | 05/12/2018

Italy is blessed with an excellent rail service that not only connects the big cities to each other, but also all the quaint, Italian villages along the way. Travelling by rail gives you the perfect opportunity to mix it up.

By Paul De Tourreil | 05/12/2018

In our always-on modern world, many of us feel like we don’t have the time to actually take our time. It’s why we look forward to our vacations so much!

By Paul De Tourreil | 05/12/2018

Villa Cimbrone, Ravello

By Paul De Tourreil | 23/11/2018

It’s fair to say that going to the beach is a national obsession for Italians. And in Italy, beaches are not in short supply (Wikipedia’s partial tally numbers in the hundreds).