While Tuscany or Umbria may be the first regions that spring to mind when thinking of a vacation in Italy, travelers would be wise not to overlook Lazio. The region is home to the national capital, Rome, and all it has to offer; however, it boasts way more than just the country’s largest city.
A concert dedicated to the plight of the Syrian people will be held on July 5 in the town of Paestum in southern Italy. The “Roads of Friendship” event is directed by star opera and classical music conductor Riccardo Muti.
The territory of the bubbles that are born among the UNESCO World Heritage Hills towards the zoning with the study of the features of the terroir…
The typical Italian wonders found in the Emilia Romagna region, reorganised to ensure social distancing, are just half a day’s drive away.
Forbes.com spoke to Enore Ceola, CEO and President of Freixenet Mionetto USA, about the soaring popularity of Prosecco, and growing interest in tourism in Italy’s Veneto and Friuli-Venzia Giulia wine regions.
From the awe-inspiring Dolomites to the fairy-tale village of Alberobello, discover Italy’s road less traveled.
Source: Barolo wine region
Pompeii, the ancient Roman city buried in an eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD and later unearthed, is ready to rise again from the catastrophe of the coronavirus pandemic.
Paestum becomes the first of Italy’s famous archaeological sites to reopen following the pandemic lockdown…
A travel writer’s love letter to Italy details her cycling trip through the Italian Dolomites on e-bike and how the nature, beauty, food, and people helped her heal.
Annually Genoa, in north-western Italy, celebrates its unique heritage through an event called the ‘Rolli Days’. This May it’s moving online with the ‘Rolli Days Digital Week’.
The walls of the ancient brothel, Lupanar of Pompeii, feature number of erotic paintings that depict group sex and many other sexual acts, indicating myriad of sexual services that the brothel offered…
Everybody loves bubbles and the numbers prove it. Sales in sparkling wine have risen over the last decade. Why? Italian Prosecco. In recent years, this sparkling wine from the Veneto grew from being relatively unfamiliar to Americans to becoming their go-to bottle for celebrations, brunch and even weeknight sips. Globally, Prosecco has shot past Champagne to become the world’s best-selling sparkler.
One of the earliest depictions of an Arthurian scene that is shrouded in mystery.
Source: Duomo di Modena
Find out how the Italian island of Sicily is covering travelers’ costs and get a look at some of its most beautiful places.
A NEW street unearthed in the ancient Roman city of Pompeii has been filmed in startling new detail showing two exquisitely decorated houses showing lavish wall paintings and mosaics.
Tensions are brewing over the management and preservation of the Dolomites, a mountain range and UNESCO World Heritage site in Northern Italy. Mountain Wilderness, a non-profit, recently published an online letter announcing it was removing itself from the Board of Supporters of the UNESCO Dolomites Foundation. This controversy reveals the difficulties of maintaining a tourism dominated economy in a region pressured to preserve its natural environment.
Visit south of Italy.
Italy’s tourist towns shrivel in face of virus…