Traveling across Italy with expensive rail passes? Fear no more-- the low cost European airline Ryanair has made it to Rome! Now you can save money and get there faster.
Queen Margherita of Italy might roll over in her grave if she knew how far the world had deviated from the pizza named in her honor in the late 19th century. D.C. welcomes the 5th American pizzeria to offer Neapolitan slices certified by The Verace Pizza Napoletana Association.
The cheapest time to visit Italy is during the coming winter months.
You can purchase an air/hotel package for half what you might
pay for a summer airline ticket alone.Visit the following Web sites
to take advantage of some astounding deals on trips to Italy.
In almost every town in Italy, you will find a piazza, building or road named in honor of Giuseppe Garibaldi. Via Garibaldi is one of the most popular street names in the country. Who was this man who inspired such reverence?
Once home to a Fiat car factory, Turin's Le Meridien
Lingotto Hotel continues its transformation with the introduction of 142 new "Art + Tech" rooms.
Thinking about heading to Sicily? The author of The Stone Boudoir: Travels Through The Hidden Villages of Sicily shares her love of Sicily with Dream of Italy.
For a taste of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, don't head to London -- head to Rome! Next time you're in Rome's Villa Borghese, don't be surprised to see a little bit of England.A replica of
Britain's 16th-century Globe Theatre, where Shakespeare's plays were performed, now resides in the park.
You might call this small Umbrian village a company town. Most of the activity here revolves around the pursuits of the Lungarotti family whose winemaking made this region internationally known.The Lungarottis produce wine and olive oil and own the town's five-star hotel and restaurant as well as a few small museums.
A man discovers a box of old
letters in his family's palazzo. The
letters reveal the details of a
forbidden 18th-century love affair
between the man's ancestor (one
of Venice's last statesmen) and the
illegitimate daughter of an
Englishman. Their romance borders
on obsession with plans for secret meetings
and letters written to each other in code. Learn more about this book (and true story) from author Andrea di Robilant.
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