If you’re planning your trip to Italy and thinking of visiting more than one city, definitely travel by train! Here’s how to travel Italy by train.
The season to head to the Roman seaside and indulge in delicious seafood lunches has begun! Here are 3 delicious restaurants in Ostia, Fregene and Fiumicino.
From countryside to seaside escapes, take advantage of Rome’s central location to visit these 20 amazing towns.
Get a taste of Italy’s foodie capital by diving into bolognese cuisine. But Bologna isn’t just the perfect place for a culinary trip, it’s filled with places to see from Medieval towers to contemporary museums & basilicas. And thanks to its 40km porticoes, it’s a great destination year round!
Let me tell you about my two-night Roman staycation at the five-star luxury Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese hotel in the Ludovisi neighborhood.
Palazzo Colonna is one of the dreamiest palazzos I have ever seen. Trust me when I say that “breathtaking” doesn’t quite cover the beauty of this aristocratic residence.
Just a 1.50hr drive from Rome, Argentario is an great seaside retreat. From where to stay and eat, to the best beaches: here’s my guide to this Tuscan gem.
Monte Argentario’s restaurants are notorious for their prices & low quality. But there are exceptions! Find out where to eat in Monte Argentario in Tuscany.
The Amalfi Coast has lots of beaches and hidden coves, it’s just a matter of discovering them. Here I list some of the most beautiful beaches on the Costiera Amalfitana!
In 2014 Pope Francis opened the Papal Palace and Gardens of Castel Gandolfo to the public, allowing visitors to what was once the Pope’s summer residence.
If you’re searching for a few days in the sun, Ischia is the perfect island to visit. It’s the largest volcanic island in the Gulf of Naples and it’s full of history, myths and beautiful sceneries.
Ponza is a fantastic island filled with spectacular beach coves to be explored by boat. Discover the best beach coves in this magical Italian island.
While hoards of tourists flock to the famous Cinque Terre, the picturesque Portovenere remains less crowded and definitely Liguria’s best-kept secret.