An author recalls a trip to Rome with his mother involving long dead poets and a moment of resolution at Caffé Greco, the second oldest bar in Italy.
We all know that Rome is a favorite with travelers, but where do Romans themselves like to go in Rome? Here are 10 places the locals love.
Torino, Italy is full of surprises. For the traveler, it’s well-worth the visit.
Good food and entertaining company bring the Italian countryside to life.
Hiking the trails of Cinque Terre, Italy is not for the faint of heart, but it’s certainly worth the trip.
A traveler to Rome leaves with lighter pockets and a story to tell.
Horse lovers delight in the Andalusian countryside and the historic charm of Seville.
The enchanting tales of La Befana and Feast of the Epiphany capture the spirit of Christmas in Italy.
Discover the grandiose architecture of these three cities and the charms that distinguish them.
Though often missed by visitors, Calabria is well worth the visit.
In Italy, you can learn treasured cooking traditions right from the source.
For laid-back charm and genuine local life, nothing matches the smaller Riviera towns.