Hiking exploded in popularity during the pandemic, and active travel companies are seeing record bookings for 2022. Here is what you need to know for the perfect hiking/walking vacation.
Unesco designated 11 picturesque towns built around natural mineral springs as a single World Heritage site. Their influence on architecture and landscape design continues to this day.
UNESCO said Wednesday that the Porticoes of Bologna have been inscribed on its World Heritage list. The porticoes, which stretch out for some 40 km around the city, are one of the northern Italian city’s unique characteristics.
A complex of eight historic clusters of buildings in the northern Italian walled city of Padua was added to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) list of World Heritage sites on Saturday.
Venice is no longer at risk of losing its UNESCO World Heritage status thanks to a decision that follows a ban on massive cruise ships in the city’s historic center.
The 14th-century fresco cycles in the north Italian city of Padua have been awarded World Heritage Status by the United Nations culture organisation UNESCO.
The committee, however, still wants to see plans for how Venice will combat overtourism.
Venice and its lagoon environment have avoided placement on UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites in danger following Italy’s ban on massive cruise ships traveling through the city’s historic center…
Italy has 7,500 kilometers of coastline, which means plenty of choices when it comes to the beach. Pick your favorite.
Enjoy these famous Italian landmarks and learn more about the how to visit this beautiful country. Updated 2021.
In the southern Italian town of Matera, a system of natural caves called Sassi first inhabited during the Paleolithic Age has become a bustling tourist destination. It’s something of a full-circle moment for the city, which was once called “a national shame” by an Italian politician. Starting as a troglodyte settlement and then becoming home to peasants and artisans during the Middle Ages, Matera fell into squalor by World War II, with an infant mortally rate as high as 40 percent.
3500 participants, representing 50 nations, gave life back to Cortina d’Ampezzo and the Dolomites for a stunning four days of racing, Thursday 24 to Sunday 27 June, after the coronavirus pandemic brought a halt to the 2020 edition of the Lavaredo Ultra Trail.
Around Mount Etna in Sicily, you can really get a sense of the power of nature especially as the majestic volcano could erupt at any time. A risk Patricia Szilagyi took into account for part 15 of DW series “Extreme Places”.
The Colosseum, Italian icon par excellence, is getting a makeover: are you ready to see it?; Simone Schiavinato; L’Italo-Americano
Can we change the face of an icon? Can we renew, regenerate, change the look of it, revolutionize, even, the image of it we are accustomed to? Is it right, respectful, necessary, or is it better to preserve it the way it is, the way time left it?
Making Up for Lost Time: Authentic Italy with No Crowds in Abruzzo, Puglia, and Matera; Italy Magazine
Can’t wait to travel again but want to avoid the throngs? Head to Abruzzo, Puglia, and Matera and have the best of Italy virtually to yourself!
Sustainable and design-led luxury hotels are making their debut in bucolic Piedmont ahead of U.S. travelers’ return to Italy.