The daughter of guidebook king Arthur Frommer, Pauline Frommer, has launched her own guidebook series including, Pauline Frommer's Italy. Read on for details.
Pauline Frommer’s Italy Picks
Thinking about touring Italy this summer? This guidebook author shares expert advice on where to eat, shop, stay and more in Rome, Milan, Bologna, Deruta and San Gimignano.
Author Explores Hearts and Minds of Italians
In La Bella Figura: A Field Guide to the
Italian Mind, his second book after "Ciao America!" Beppe Severgnini takes his
readers on a "tour" of the places where everyday
Italian life can be most acutely observed
and distilled: the airport, the highway, the bedroom,
the piazza, the stadium and the beach,
Restaurant Reviews and Recipes from “A Culinary Traveller in Tuscany”
The next time you find yourself experimenting in the kitchen, take a look at the authentic recipes from the new book, A Culinary Traveller in Tuscany by Beth Elon. Also check out our restaurant tips and reviews.
Tips and Resources for “Living the Dream” in Italy
Learn how to become an Italian citizen. Read about three Americans who are running their own businesses in Italy. Find out about two books that will help you make the move to Italy.
On the Road in Italy with St. Francis of Assisi
Nearly five million visitors come to Assisi each year to pray in the birthplace of Francis or Francesco. Assisi is second only to Rome as an Italian pilgrimage destination, but it is equally appealing for travelers with less exalted interests.
An Italian Housewife in Hollywood
Every time Stefania Barzini, Roman native, visited the United States she was always struck by the number of books she found by dissatisfied American women who decided to change their lives by going to Italy. Find out how she did just the opposite, and what she thought of her experience.
The Dream Interview: John Berendt on Venice
John Berendt wrote about Savannah for "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil," a record breaking four year New York Times bestseller. Now he takes on Venice in "City of Falling Angels."
New Book Explores Complicated Lives of Bernini and Borromini
Are you an Italian art fanatic? So are we. Get the scoop on the secrets of the rivalry between these two great architects of Rome: Bernini and Borromini.
There’s an Italian Cookbook for Everyone
There's an Italian Cookbook for Everyone. Every week the shelves at the local bookstore seem to get a little more crowded with Italian cooking titles. Yet, this summer brings a refreshing mix of cookbooks focusing on specific areas of the food we love so much.