Travel to Italy News

If you’re thinking of taking your walking boots with you when you go to Italy, hot-footing it up an active volcano may not be the first idea that springs to mind. But being up close to one of nature’s most dramatic forces will stay with you long after you’re back to the 9 to 5. Mounts Vesuvio, Stromboli, and Etna...


Italy’s enchanting landscapes, sun-kissed sandy beaches and unmatched historical sites attract millions of adventurers from all over the world every year. Are you thinking of visiting and want to see more than Rome, Florence, and Venice, but are not sure where to go? Here are the top 10 hidden gems of Italy.


All of life in Italy is like a moving picture, an aesthetic opportunity. American tourists often stand out when they travel here, because they do not know how to dress simply and appropriately. I was determined to look the Italian part. And in doing so I made some interesting discoveries. About Armani and about myself...


Prestigious Italians and foreigners, such as George Clooney, Versace, and Virgin CEO Richard Branson, have made the Italian Lakes region home (or one of their homes). Every so often, there is talk that Clooney is packing up and leaving his beloved Villa Oleandra on Lake Como behind, but something keeps him coming back. 


You don’t have to stop traveling to amazing places when you have children, you just need to know the right place to go! Italy is known for its great love of children, and so there are plenty of places to stay that are truly kid friendly. Whether you are looking for a 4-star country residence or the perfect place in bustling Rome...


Being in Italy this time of year is magical, but even more magical if you can see one of the wonderful operas staged now. This year you are spoiled for choices of some famous Italian operas at theaters like La Scala in Milan and San Carlo in Naples. Here is what is on at the best venues throughout the country!


If you are lucky enough to be traveling in Italy for the winter holidays, you are certainly going to be doing some holiday shopping too! Here are some of the best Italian gift ideas, whether you are shopping for children, friends who love to cook, or that special someone. From cookies and wine, to hand-made nativities and designer's toys.


Love olive oil? November is the month of the Italian olive harvest! For those interested in a truly rewarding experience, you can get “hired” to help harvest olives with the locals and receive your very own freshly pressed olive oil. Many towns host olive festivals throughout the month where olive tastings and pressings are all part of the fun.


You can't really say you know Italy until you have been to a premier league soccer game. With tens of thousand of tifosi screaming, weaving immense flags, lighting smoke flares, this is definitely not an experience for the faint of heart. But it will show you a side of the real Italian way of life that can't be learned just by sipping cappuccino...


After visiting Rome, travellers stories often focus on romantic dinners by the Pantheon or having gelato while strolling through Piazza Navona. Less often, however, do people return home with stories of the current inhabitants of the ancient city. Trastevere is a charming neighborhood where present-day Romans actually reside...