With classical cities, idyllic islands, endless sunshine and a world-renowned gastronomy scene, Italy is a destination to visit again and again. The ideal country for both first-time travelers and seasoned road warriors, Italy has something for everyone. If this is your first Italian holiday, make sure to visit the most popular spots like Rome, Flo...

Placid tastings in the shade of cypress trees, the chance to harvest in the Italian countryside or to follow one of the Italian Wine Routes. These are just a few samples of the many experiences that Italy devotes to the sparkling world of wine. In this article, beyond the best-known experiences, we would like to lead you to discover the more unusua...

Sicily is one of the two major Italian islands and is a territory rich in history and culture to be discovered. The part of Western Sicily is undoubtedly the best way to discover the beauty of the island traveling on the road from Palermo. During the trip you can also discover the city of Agrigento and the valley of the Temples. Here you can discov...

From Pulcinella to the miracle of San Gennaro, from the Smorfia – used to interpret dreams – to the lucky red cornetto. But we could also say from pizza Margherita to Mount Vesuvio or, in the kitchen, from coffee to sfogliatella, from hot maccheroni to babà. Some elements are so inherent to a place that you can’t even imagine it without them: it’d...

Tourism is becoming more and more an experience to live and enjoy. And, especially in Italy, tourism wins as it links multiple aspects, ranging from food and wine to history, tastings and culture. They often intersect and cross each other in actual “food and wine hubs”, as Roberta Garibaldi, at the helm of ENIT - National Tourism Agency, and one of...

Located in Northern Italy, Cinque Terre is made up of five villages. Cinque Terre, which stands for the five lands, is a string of old fishing villages that date back to the middle ages nestled into the cliffs along the coastline of the Italian Riviera in the region known as Liguria. The villages were linked by mule tracks and could only be reached...

A pear tree occupies a corner of the garden: some branches full of fruit, others covered only with leaves. When the pears are ripe—or conversely, already empty because worms have eaten their insides–they drop: the grass barely moves, and the chirping of cicadas and the stillness of a season are, for an instant, shattered by a thump.  Were it not fo...

Ventimiglia, an Italian Riviera town, is just across the border from France making it a convenient place to stop when entering or leaving Italy. Ventimiglia’s attractions include the archaeological site with remains of a Roman theater and baths, the medieval hill town, Hanbury Gardens, prehistoric caves, and of course the beach and seaside promenad...

Maranello Italy should be a bucket list item for every car enthusiast with a love for Italian supercars. Why? Maranello Italy is not only where every single Ferrari in the world is manufactured at the Maranello Ferrari factory but also the home of the Scuderia Ferrari Formula One racing team. Moreover, visitors can even take a Maranello Ferrari tes...

One of the most famous tourist destinations dell’Abruzzo is the Rocca Calascio considered one of the most beautiful castles in Italy. In Abruzzo there are many villages all to discover as the small medieval village of Calascio overlooking the park of Gran Sasso at an altitude of 1460. Its strategic position allowed to control the valleys of Abruzzo...