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by Nikki Taylor | Mon, 04/12/2021 - 12:18
Calabria, otherwise known as the “toe” of Italy’s boot, is a rustic region rich in culture, cuisine, and some of the most beautiful beaches in the country.…
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by suzvanallen | Tue, 04/06/2021 - 03:16
La Primavera brings us outdoors to revel in the delights of Italy’s gardens. Here Mamma Nature is tamed to glorious effect, with each spot reflecting the…
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by Silvia Donati | Thu, 04/01/2021 - 05:35
Smaller, little-known islands with interesting pasts can be found off the coast of Italy, making for fun day trips from larger nearby islands or the coast.…
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by Silvia Donati | Sat, 03/27/2021 - 01:14
One of the largest provinces in Italy, Cuneo may not be known to the masses, but its strategic position in south-western Piedmont makes the city and its…
Culture
by Silvia Donati | Thu, 01/14/2021 - 00:00
In a far distant past, Aosta was known as Augusta Praetoria Salassorum. Founded by the Romans in 25 BC, Aosta is the second Italian city with the largest…
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by Silvia Donati | Fri, 12/11/2020 - 00:00
We continue our series about road trip ideas in Italy with three exciting, very different itineraries, from thrilling mountain roads to gentle hilly landscapes…
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by Silvia Donati | Fri, 10/23/2020 - 00:00
The Roman Forum was for centuries the center of Rome’s public life. All important social and political events took place here, from elections to public…
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by Luciana.Squadrilli | Wed, 10/21/2020 - 09:48
Depending on your age, and how deep your knowledge of Italian movie and pop culture is, the Italian city of Rimini brings to mind a visionary atmosphere of…
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by Silvia Donati | Fri, 10/09/2020 - 00:00
We can never write enough about Abruzzo and its many beautiful places. Save these ideas for your next trip! Rocca Calascio Standing atop a hill at 1,460…
Culture
by Luciana.Squadrilli | Wed, 10/07/2020 - 06:20
Let me confess: although I have called Rome "home" for almost twenty years now, I have never visited the Vatican Museums. Too many crowds too many lines, too…