Trying to decide where to stay in Tuscany on your upcoming trip to Italy? Learn about three common types of accommodation in Tuscany.
Planning a trip to Italy? Misha Inglis shares her foodie tips and restaurant recommendations in this budget food guide for Florence.
The Mediterranean landscape of Italy’s Amalfi Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will leave you mesmerized with its old world charm.
Top food experiences in Emilia-Romagna include touring Parmigiano-Reggiano, prosciutto, and balsamic vinegar producers, gelato, and home-cooked meals.
The Ferrari Museum in Maranello, Italy showcases the history and evolution of Ferrari as a brand and race car, as well as Enzo Ferrari, its founder.
Driving a Ferrari in Italy is a once in a lifetime experience. Read about Dave’s experience driving a 660-horsepower Ferrari 488 Spider in Maranello.
Climbing the Leaning Tower of Pisa is easy to do and can be done in 30 minutes. Visitors are treated to beautiful views of the Cathedral and countryside.
A Chianti wine tour is the perfect way to spend a half or full day discovering the origins of Chianti Classico, one of Italy’s most famous wines.
A walking tour in Tuscany along the Via Francigena, an old pilgrimage trail from Canterbury to Rome, is an excellent way to discover the region.
Dave revisits Florence, Italy 20 years after he parted ways with his best friends during his first backpacking trip in Europe.
You can spend one day in Milan, Italy and see the most important sites, including the Cathedral (Duomo), Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, and Sforza Castle.
Traveling through Italy as a vegetarian is easy as the traditional diet consists of plenty of grains, bread, fresh produce, cheese, legumes, and salads.
Known as the Pearls of the Adriatic, the Tremiti Islands are Italy’s only islands in the Adriatic Sea and as such have become popular with vacationers.
Twice-daily boat trips leaving from Vieste’s harbor take tourists on a scenic, and sometimes thrilling, tour of the coastal grottos of Gargano.
A visual journey through the historic center of Peschici, a village on the northern coast of Gargano, Italy.
I knew nothing of Vico del Gargano upon arrival, yet it was as though everything I expected of Italy was suddenly before me. The mundane was fascinating.
A visit to Monte Sant’ Angelo, a medieval town on a hill in Gargano, Italy known for its shrine to the Archangel Saint Michael.
Sorrento is a seaside town on Italy’s Amalfi Coast. Popular sightseeing includes the Chiesa di San Francesco (church) and Museo Bottega della Tarsia Lignea
Brooke shares seven reasons why Italy is better traveled as a couple, including lots of romantic suggestions for your next visit.