Countryside lovers, visit these four agriturismi near Rome to live the authentic Lazio region.
Whether you’re on the hunt for some traditional or gourmet food, here are the best restaurants in Assisi to taste those Umbrian flavours.
Spend a few days relaxing at this beach hotel in Puglia’s Gargano subregion. From two private beaches and various restaurants, it’s everything you need for your vacation in Italy.
From visiting the Fisherman’s Bastion to taking in the views of the city in one of its many panoramic viewpoints, Budapest sure has a lost in store for its visitors.
Whoever said the only great countryside in Italy is in Umbria and Tuscany surely hasn’t been to Sabina.
From countryside to seaside escapes, take advantage of Rome’s central location to visit these 15 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!
Assisi is the best town to use as a base to explore Umbria. If you don’t know where to stay in Assisi, here’s the perfect home away from home right in the historic center.
My first-timer’s guide to London, for that perfect weekend getaway. From what to see and do to where to eat and drink in London.
The Amalfi Coast is filled with amazing towns to stay in. Instead of Positano, stay in this hidden town in the Costiera Amalfitana.
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.