Rome is the first destination that comes to mind when we think of Italy because it is one of the most famous cities in the world, along with Paris and London. Hidden gems are the lesser-known routes in Italy, including the secret small towns, beautiful villages, and islands that are yet to be discovered by tourists that explore the country every ye...

It is located in Nervesa della Battaglia, in the province of Treviso, and is a very special playground: the Osteria ai Pioppi has its own amusement park without electricity, where everything has been handmade. The air you breathe in this place has a hint of ancient times, when everything was simpler but also more genuine and fun. Let’s find out mor...

When, in 1968, Bruno Ferrin first set foot in the poplar forest on a hill near Treviso, Italy, he knew he had found a good spot. “I was looking for a way to work in my spare time,” he says. “And thought I could open a casual food stand in the woods.” Fifty-three years later, that patch of woods on Montello hill is home to something a fair bit large...

The species known as Cichorium Intybus has been around since the dawn of time as wild chicory, but it took continuous selection and technical improvements to make the prized and famous Radicchio Rosso di Treviso IGP. Its presence in the Veneto area can be traced to the 16th century as demonstrated by iconographic studies: in particular, in a painti...

Prosecco was born in Conegliano, the story goes, from the genius of Antonio Carpenè, whose family still runs Carpenè Malvolti, which he founded in 1868. And now, in the town, in a 7-hectare industrial area, the former Tomasi Furnace, a new agritech hub is about to be born, which will be called “Parco Prosecco”. That will focus on hospitality servic...

Veneto is the eighth largest of Italy’s 20 administrative regions, is located in the northeast of the country, and stretches from the Dolomite Mountains to the Adriatic Sea. Venice is the regional capital and probably the most famous and most visited city of Veneto because of its world-famous monuments, attractions, and unique carnival. Veneto is a...

Believe it or not—no matter what you remember about menus, particularly in New York City and San Francisco, particularly in the nineteen-eighties and nineties—there was indeed a time in this great green world in which tiramisu didn’t exist. In that unimaginable before-time, people surely ate ladyfingers—those long, spongey, slightly unsatisfying co...

There are several ‘lucky’ spots in Italy where, according to popular belief, if you visit them or perform a simple ritual, often passed down through the centuries, you will get lucky. Some lucky spots you may have heard of include Juliet’s House in Verona, the statue of the bull in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, the statue of the Porcellin...

One of the most suggestive Italian cities is located at North, precisely in Veneto: it is Treviso, also called “Little Venice“, a city full of canals including the Buranelli, which create an almost magical atmosphere. Let’s see how these channels are born and what to see in Treviso! You may have heard of the famous Buranelli canal, also called Midd...

Ado Campeol, hailed by the Italian media as "il papà di Tiramisù", has died aged 93. Campeol was the owner of the historic Alle Beccherie restaurant in Treviso, northern Italy, where tiramisù is said to have been invented in 1969. The creation of the dessert, which would go on to achieve global stardom, happened by chance during the making of vanil...