Planning a trip to Italy soon? We have just the thing for all of you sport-o-philes. Here are some ideas from our experts to get you on your way to biking, running, golfing, hiking or walking your way through Italy.
One local man's
crusade to clear the
name of Corleone, a
Sicilian town long associated
with the mafia, pitches him
against politicians who are
more interested in capitalizing
on the organized crime
connection with a trademark.
Looking for a unique place to stay in Italy? We have just the thing: a growing number of privately owned palazzi, country mansions, fortified feudal farm complexes and even monasteries are opening their doors to tourism.
Sicily is being hailed as Europe's most promising quality wine-producing region. As such, it is attracting some major investment on the part of winemakers who have already made their mark elsewhere in Italy.
Thinking of taking a trip to southern Italy this yeaar? Check out our writers story, detailing an excursion to the highest and most active volcano in Europe, Mount Etna in Sicily.
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.
Craving some fun in the Italian sun? We have just the thing: choose full and half day excursions when you disembark from your Silversea cruise at Sorrento, Taormina, and Venice. Read on for details.
Travel to Italy with the folks at National Geographic Expeditions, take an "active vacation," or study art while taking lectures from a university professor in Florence.