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By Debra Thimmesch | 17/02/2020

After a long train ride, say from Rome to Genoa, you might want to jump in the shower to freshen up. But private showers weren't the norm in ancient Rome.

By Lina Branter | 07/02/2020

With Rome’s history spanning at least 28 centuries, you can bet your travel booties that it’ll take longer than a couple of days to fully experience its majesty.

By Debra Thimmesch | 04/02/2020

Long before Florence Santa Maria Novella (SMN) was built or high-speed trains were able to take you from Rome to Florence…

By Paul De Tourreil | 04/02/2020

Italy is home to countless wonderful cities, and with an equally amazing rail system, visiting these locations is very easy. A surefire way to craft a memorable holiday is to seek out a little bit of the unknown.

By Lina Branter | 05/08/2019

Sitting right in the center of the city, just east of the Piazza di Spagna, the Borghese Gardens are the Roman equivalent of Central Park.

By Adam Jones | 17/04/2019

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.

By Debra Thimmesch | 13/02/2019

In a city famous for its seven hills, you’re never short of lofty vantage points affording you splendid views when you visit Rome.

By Adam Jones | 13/02/2019

Whether you’re all booked or just beginning to plan your trip to Italy, reading the right books before you go is a great way to begin discovering Italy long before you board your flight.

By Paul De Tourreil | 12/12/2018

When it comes to sightseeing in Venice, off-the-beaten-path options are more than a bonus, they’re practically a necessity.

By Adam Jones | 12/12/2018

If you’re looking to discover off-the-beaten-path adventures in Italy, set your sights on Orvieto. This shining medieval city, inhabited since before the Roman Empire, sits on the flat top of a volcanic bluff from a long-ago eruption.