The Carnival – Carnevale di Venezia
What to see in Venice? That is the easiest question to answer, as there are so many things to see. Indeed, one visit...|
What to see in Venice? That is the easiest question to answer, as there are so many things to see. Indeed, one visit...| Tagged carnival, maks, Venice, Venice attractions
The region of Lazio is largely overlooked in favour of Rome, however there is a lot to see and do here through Italy...| Tagged Cervara, Cerveteri, Civita di Bagnoregio, Etruscan Necropolis, Gaeta, Hadrian's Villa, Lake Albano, Lake Bolsena, Lake Bracciano, Lake Martignano, Lake Nemi, Lake Vico, Ostia Antica, Sperlonga, Sutri, Tarquinia, Tivoli, Viterbo
Lake Como stretches for 50 kilometres in the foothills of the Alps in northern Italy. Despite its glamorous reputation as a playground for...
The large port city of Genova is famous for many reasons: it gave the world the virtuoso Niccolò Paganini, the legendary explorer Christopher...
Stretching along Mar Ligure, east of Genoa, is the Riviera di Levante with its picturesque fishing villages and glamorous resorts dotting the rugged...
It is hard to make a list of just a few beautiful towns and villages in Sicily as there are so many of...| Tagged Castelmola, Erice, Montalbano Elicona, Palazzo Trimarchi, Savoca, Stones of Argimusco, Venus Castle
Italy has an incredible amount of museums filled with priceless masterpieces. While most tourists head to the Uffizi, Doges Palace and the Vatican...| Tagged Amalfi, Arno river, Donatello, Florence, Museo Cappella Sansevero, Museo Stefano Bardini, Naples, Palazzo Grimani, Paper Museum, Venice
Almost everywhere you go in Italy, you will find beautiful vistas and time-burnished picturesque villages. It is a hard task to pick the...| Tagged Abruzzo, Castiglione di Garfagnana, Cetona, Civita di Bagnoregio, Scanno, Tuscany
So you have seen the top cities in Italy such as Rome,Venice,Florence and Milan? Now it is the time to explore smaller, less...| Tagged Antiques Market, Basilica di San Francesco, Casa Vasari, Donatello, Etruscan city, La Giostra del Saracino, Medici Fortress, Piazza Grande, Piero della Francesca's Frescoes, Renaissance Palaces, Tuscany
The mountainous region of Piedmont in Italy’s north-west borders Switzerland and France. This beautiful corner of Bel Paese has remained under the tourists’ radar for...| Tagged Alba, Alps, Asti spumante, Barbaresco, Barbera, Barolo, Castelli Aperti events, Castello di Lignano Monferrato, Castello di Masino, Castello di Rocca Grimalda, Dolcetto, Gourmet Food, Gran Paradiso National Park, Langhe, Medieval Castles, Monferrato, Piedmont, Red Wines, Residences of the Royal House of savoy, Roero, Truffle Festivals, White Truffle