Considering a lake holiday destination in Italy? There are so many to visit! At the foot of the mountains in the north, close to the border with Switzerland there is
It has been 140 years that Michelangelo’s David has been housed in the specially built Tribuna in the Academy Gallery in Florence to protect it for prosperity. Inaugurated in the
Rome more than any other city in the world is adorned by fountains large and small. The Popes restored many Roman aqueducts and built monumental fountains in the highly decorative Baroque style.
Molise is the perfect destination to get away from it all. Beautiful rolling countryside with quaint hilltop towns make up this little-known corner of Italy. Campobasso, Termoli, Agnone.
San Gimignano is one of those magical places where you feel like you are walking back in time. From the moment you set foot through the medieval gates, you are greeted by impeccably preserved stone houses and palaces, small cobbled alleyways, piazze, fountains and of course towers.
Travellers are always searching for the unique and unusual. The southern region of Puglia in Italy is certainly one of those places. It has become a much sought-after destination not only for the many Italians who enjoy their annual summer holidays along the pristine coastline, but for the international travellers who flock to see the iconic Trulli of Alberobello.
Assisi stands without a doubt as one of the Umbria’s most stunning medieval centres. It is in a perfect setting surrounded by valleys and forests glistening against the backdrop of Mt Subiaso.
A Region Close to our Hearts The first in a series of travel articles on a Region of Italy that is very close to our hearts, Le Marche. As a
Everybody loves a good parmigiana and we are not talking about the chicken parmigiana that you get at the local pub but the Italian recipe with eggplants. Traditionally it is