A place where time stands still so much that it can only be reached only on foot with a walk of about an hour, or by sea: this is the splendid Bay of San Fruttuoso di Capodimonte, in eastern Liguria. The nature of the bay is undoubtedly the protagonist, but also the perfect setting for the small fishing village of San Fruttuoso. Here, for importanc...

Deciding whether to include Cinque Terre or the Amalfi Coast on your Italian itinerary is a tough decision. I know first hand as I had to make this decision myself when planning my first trip to Italy. I mean, both areas have a gorgeous seaside locations, incredible food, fabulous views, and great hiking trails, but they also have many differences....

How can FIU inspire its students to broaden their perspectives by experiencing the world outside Miami – say, in Italy? Recent graduate Amelia Raudales '22 and student Michelle Puentes have ideas. The two were recently awarded a weeklong trip to Genoa, Italy, by FIU Global to experience the city’s rich culture and history; meet with local universit...

Ask an Italian what he or she thinks of Portofino, and he or she will probably tell you that it is at its best off-season, when the throngs of VIPs and paparazzi give way to days of calm and pale sunshine.  If you just can't resist the allure of this international enclave, that since the 1950s has gone from fishing hamlet to mecca of luxury stores...

Milan is known as the shopping capital of Italy due to it being host to many of the most infamous design houses in the fashion world. Fashion is not all Milan has going for it. Spending time in Milan means that you can get lost in the streets taking in the great mix of historical architecture and the modern high-rise skyscrapers entwined with the l...

There are places in the world that take your breath away and instantly steal your heart. For me, Italy’s Cinque Terre is one of those places. The rugged Italian coastline that makes up the Cinque Terre (Italian for “five lands”) attracts visitors from all over the world. The villages of Cinque Terre are different from most cities in Italy; here you...

In Italy there are ancient hamlets all to be discovered as Bussana Vecchia that today are reborn and become popular tourist destinations. Thanks to the initiative of a group of artists this small Ligurian town once abandoned has become an open-air workshop where you can breathe art in every corner. Here you can know in detail what the ancient villa...

From Milan to Rome, passing through Genoa, there will be over 300 American students who this year will follow our doctors in the ward. Doctors in Italy, the first 100% Italian program that allows foreign students of healthcare faculties to discover the new frontier of made in Italy, medicine, is currently collaborating with three hospitals: the Mul...

Piccola Industria of Confindustria Liguria, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) and Miami Scientific Italian Community signed a collaboration agreement in Genoa to export Made in Italy technologies and to mutually support the investment and development on their territories of new companies, especially those with a high rate of technological innov...

The “GP Days” (Giorgio Parodi Days”), which gathered in Genoa from almost everywhere tourists, bikers and air enthusiasts, were part of a long motorcycle-aeronautical weekend: a “three days” happening, full of events, which kicked off on Friday 13 May in the Carignano district, next to the monument dedicated to the Genoese brave aviator and brillia...