The Dolomites constitute the eastern part of the Alpine Mountain Range, and are one of the 55 Italian sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The zone recognized as composing UNESCO covers 141,903 hectares and three regions (Trentino Alto Adige, Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia) and five provinces (Trento, Bolzano, Belluno, Pordenone and Udine); i...

The Blu Giovello wines have been made and exported to the American market for the last 30 years and have now come out with new labeling, hence why I had this opportunity to try these wines.   The Winery ~ Blu Giovello The first thing that caught my attention of these wines was the blue color of the bottles. It immediately reminded me of the Amalfi...

The 2021 Venice International Film Festival will pay tribute to the late, great Ennio Morricone with a screening of Ennio, Giuseppe Tornatore’s new documentary on the life and music of Italy’s greatest film composer. Ennio will get a special, out-of-competition gala screening at the 78th Venice International Film Festival. The documentary takes the...

After the difficult circumstances that the world as a whole has had to deal with in the last year and a half, the desire to reset far from home has become a priority for most. Then why not plan an alternative vacation, opting for adventurous day trips in Veneto, where to discover magic places as Berici Hills, in the heart of which you will have the...

Gianluca Busio has become the latest young American to make the jump from MLS to Europe, as Sporting Kansas City agreed to transfer him to Serie A side Venezia FC. Long rumored to be moving to Italy, thanks in large part to his Italian passport, Busio becomes the second USMNT player to make a transfer abroad following their Gold Cup performances. H...

The foods of the Veneto are rather surprising. When one thinks of the northeastern Italian region, Venice is usually the first place to spring to mind, then consequently, seafood. Yet there's plenty of inland bounty to go around as well. Here are seven essential foods of the Veneto. 1. Fagioli di Lamon This borlotto bean grows on the plateaus of La...

Have you ever heard about the city of Padua? It is located in the Veneto region, in Northern Italy. Veneto is famous for being the region of Venice and also for the production of amazing Italian white wine. Padua is a beautiful city, that is absolutely worth a visit. One of the things that visitors should not miss is the botanical garden. Padua bot...

Where is Marostica, Italy? Marostica is a town located in the Veneto region, in the province of Vicenza. The name comes from the Venetic language and refers to the hills and the streams that descend from the nearby mountains. The name of the town literally means “one which has mountains and hills”. If you are planning a quick tour in the Northern I...

Let’s face it, visiting Venice can be expensive – but that doesn’t mean you need to break the bank to truly enjoy the magical city. Falling into the tourists traps is quite easy, especially close to the main attractions like the Grand Canal.  We’ve put together our insider tips on when to visit, where to stay, what to eat and how to get around on a...

While Verona’s most famous football club has a well-documented association with the far-right, the truth is that taking in a game at the Bentegodi is a fun, family-friendly and relatively inexpensive day out – an occasion not to be missed for any sports fan. Hellas Verona is now in its third straight season in Serie A – a feat not achieved since th...