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Florence is filled with beautiful churches. Travelers arriving in the Renaissance city are right away greeted by the massive, red-tiled cupola of the Duomo. Visible from most parts of Florence, the Duomo is a clear and striking icon of the city. Travelers could spend hours exploring this Florentine gem, whether climbing to the top of

Wednesday, June 9, 2021

mountains in Piedmont, Italy

The Ciao Andiamo guide to Piedmont: Food, wine, castles and capitals – why you should visit this region that has it all.   Piedmont is Italy’s second-largest region, and one of its most important historically and economically. Home to FIAT, Nutella and Lavazza coffee, it’s also the birthplace of the Slow Food Movement. Italian unification got

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Traveling is good for your health. It can take you away from the stressors of everyday life, give your brain a chance to reset and even improve brain health thanks to stimulating new experiences. Travel can boost your mood and give you much needed social time. Unfortunately, it can also mean long travel days, jet

Monday, March 2, 2020

Visit Matera to see this beautiful panorama by night

Matera is a remarkable city in Basilicata, a little-visited region in Italy’s extreme south. A visit to Matera steeps travelers into a unique world of art, history, culture, folklore and the slow pace of Italy’s Mezzogiorno. Matera is famous for its cave dwellings located in the Sassi neighborhoods; homes carved into the soft tufa rock

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

There are few places as innately romantic as Italy. A sentimental land of beauty and indulgence, Italians embrace romance in all its forms. Here beauty is appreciated for beauty’s sake – in the art, the architecture, in a truly good meal, and in the details of a finely-stitched dress. It’s easy to find love, fall

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Carnevale in Italy brings a burst of color to the dark, cold months of winter.    A huge final celebration to eat, drink and be merry before the restrictions and solemnity of Lent, the festivities in Italy aren’t reserved just to Mardi Gras. Starting about a month before Ash Wednesday, revelers in Italy celebrate for multiple

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Umbria is Italy’s only land-locked region, but it’s not complaining.   Known as Italy’s green heart, vibrant Umbria is a nature-lover’s paradise. Though it lacks a coastline, the mountains and hills of Umbria are still awash in water thanks to the Tevere River and the Lago di Trasimeno, the largest lake in central and southern Italy.  

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

The holiday season is a wonderful time to see Italy. Though winter is technically the low season, December sees a peak of visitors and festivities with a wealth of special events and seasonal sights.    No matter where you are in the Bel Paese, you’re sure to feel the festive atmosphere. Italian cities big and small decorate their

Monday, November 11, 2019

Most visitors to Italy only think of the Mediterranean summers, but December is a great time to visit the peninsula. Tour Italy’s greatest cities under the twinkling lights of Christmas. It’s the most festive time of the year and the atmosphere and spirit of celebration are addictive!  The holiday season in Italy starts with the

Sunday, November 10, 2019

No trip to Italy is complete without fully exploring the cucina italiana and all the deliciousness it has to offer. Cups of gelato every day, an entire pizza just for you, coffee, pasta, bread, it’s easy to indulge in a country that celebrates beauty, food and joy so much.  But it’s not just about eating when in Italy, but about eating right. Italians are

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

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