This American expat in Venice says visitors are more fascinated by her daily shopping than visiting museums. She provides a window on daily life and the best food stores in Venice.
Learn to make a mean pesto in the region of Liguria. Take the kids to a child-friendly cooking lesson in Rome. Don't miss the best cooking classes in these areas of Italy.
Pasta! Pasta! Learn to make your own when you attend one of these incredible cooking schools in Abruzzo and Basilicata. Also learn to incorporate seafood and regional ingredients into your dishes.
If you're planning to travel to Italy in 2015, consider making time for the Milan Expo (formerly the World's Fair) between May 1 and October 31, 2015.
With the influx of fake Murano glass from China, well tell you where to shop confidentally, both in Venice and in Murano proper, to buy real Murano glass.
We are proud to have two Cinque Terre insiders (they're also local residents and travel experts) to write our special report on the five villages. These ladies provide lots of insider tips!
The opening of Monastero Santa Rosa as an ultra-luxury hotel might be the biggest thing to happen in this seaside village since Conca was sacked by Turkish pirates in 1543.
One in 10 Americans (and many others around the world) can trace their roots back to Italy. A leading Italian genealogist shares useful tips for starting your Italian family trips and find your roots in Italy.
Since the pope took the name of St. Francis of Assisi, there has been a surge of interest in the central Italy town of Assisi. We have an in-depth guide from an American expat who has lived in and explored the town for 20 years.
Ah central Italy...filled with so many lovely hilltowns. How to see it all? With a great local guide. This list shares our favorites in Le Marche, Umbria and Abruzzo.
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