The secrets of Italy’s Magnificent Lake District are out: snowcapped mountains, trees dripping with blossoms, cerulean water and sweet jasmine breezes. From our little balcony, we saw the peaks of the Swiss Alps rising in the north and the grand villas…
So, you made it to Venice (or are planning to visit Venice soon) and you are wondering what there to do in this stunning, floating city? Hopefully, you have a few days to thoroughly explore Venice and all of its…
Gliding along the maze of twists and curves is one of the best ways to truly see Venice and get a different perspective on parts of the city where your feet cannot take you.
Venice, Italy is heralded as one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Gondolas, canals, foot bridges and lavish palaces adorn winding alleys. But to truly experience Venice, it is essential to get a little lost.
Tuscany boasts myriad hill towns, and each is special, captivating and unique. From Pienza and Siena to Montepulciano and Lucca, which is the favorite?
Driving through Tuscany led us through some of Italy’s best hilltop towns: Montepulciano, Siena, Pisa, Lucca and Piensa. What fun!
Florence simply drips with a romantic ambience that grips your soul. Here are the six things that I enjoyed the most during my time in this magical city.
Discovering Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius have always been on my list of historic sights to see. From Sorrento, both are an easy day trip.
The colorful Amalfi Coast: Pastel villages nearly plunge into the azure Med. Heralded by poets and playboys, this jewel certainly boasts unmarred beauty.
In any corner of this effervescent city, you’re never far from the crackling wood of a pizza oven and the delicious aroma of freshly baked pizza