Rome is very hot in the summer! But there are many ways to beat the heat and enjoy the Eternal City to its fullest!
Learn how to make traditional Umbrian dishes with Unforgettable Umbria’s home cooking classes in Assisi. After cooking, have lunch or dinner with the hosts!
While hoards of tourists flock to the famous Cinque Terre, the picturesque Portovenere remains less crowded and definitely Liguria’s best-kept secret.
Discover the 5 must-see places in this fisherman’s village dotted along the Ligurian coastline.
The best restaurants in Portovenere & Cinque Terre Ligurian cuisine is mostly known for its internationally-renowned sauce: Pesto! For those that don’t know what…
Colonna 24 is a luxury bed and breakfast in the heart of Portovenere. Its newly refurbished modern and refined rooms will be your perfect accommodation in Portovenere.
My absolute favorite places to eat in Sabaudia and Circeo: two charming seaside towns in Italy’s Lazio region.
If you’re up for a short drive, just a 40-minute drive from Rome you’ll find the beautiful Lake Bracciano with its charming towns scattered along its coast. Head to Anguillara Sabazia for a delicious lunch by the lake.
Umbria isn’t just the green heart of Italy, it’s also a fantastic region for foodies. From truffle pastas to yummy meat dishes, here are the best restaurants in Umbria for a great foodie experience!
Whether you’re a local or a visitor, you can’t miss out on aperitivo, namely Italian happy hour. It doesn’t matter which day of the week it is, from 6pm – 9pm, Romans love to indulge in this delicious ritual. Here, I’ve selected some of my favorite aperitivo bars in Rome!
Find out how I spent my reunion with my besties in Florence. Find everything from the best things to do in Florence in less than 36 hours. From where to eat, to what to see and where to get the best views of the Tuscan capital.
If you’re planning your trip to Italy and thinking of visiting more than one city, definitely travel by train! Here’s why you should travel Italy by train.
Bologna is one of the foodie capitals of Italy, and there’s a lot of amazing food to eat, every hour of the day! From homemade tagliatelle alla Bolognese, to small tortellini in brodo and yummy cold cuts and cheese, there’s something for everyone!
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!
Thanks to augmented reality, you can now visit the Terme di Caracalla in 4D and see them as they once were in 216AD when they were inaugurated by Caracalla.