Take a look below to find all our posts about Italy in chronological order:
Some of the best Tuscan food can be found in the port city of Livorno. Here are our recommendations for dishes to try and the best restaurants in Livorno.
Are you thinking about exploring Europe on a Mediterranean cruise? Cruising is a great way to get a taste of Europe, but if you want a more intimate trip, a Sailboat charter might be a better option for you.
South Sardinia has a lot to offer, from its buzzling city Cagliari to stunning Sardinia Beaches. Here are some of the top sights in Southern Sardinia, and insights into the culture, history, and tradition.
Trentino is probably one of Italy’s most diverse regions in Italy. It gives you the Dolomites and Lake Garda, which makes it a great destination in Italy.
Start with peasant food born of necessity, add produce from volcanic soil, season with a crossroads of cultures, and enrich with island insularity: that describes Sardinian food.
The UNESCO Pile Dwellings in Fiavé on Lake Carera, Trentino, were also discovered in 1853, but its importance wasn’t recognized until the 1920s.
If hiking is your thing and you love Italian food, there’s nowhere better to combine your two interests than the Dolomite Mountains. Click to read more for our tips for hiking the Dolomites in Italy.
The Dolomites in Italy are truly one of their treasures. From beautiful Cortina to Ortisei and Bolzano, the majestic Dolomites offer some of the best scenery in southern Europe.