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.
Spend the holidays in one of the best-kept secrets-- full of history and tradition. In this city, Holy Week is celebrated with processions and feasts.
Dream of Italy talks with Clare Brown,renowned travel consultant, tells us about her work, writing and researching and her daughter Karen Brown's Italy guidebooks.
Visiting Italy in the spring time? We have the perfect excursions. Experience the coming of Spring with May festivals - Sposalizio dell'Albero in Vetralla and La Barabbata in Marta.
Thinking of heading over to Florence? Don't miss the heavenly shopping outlets just 45 minutes away. Here we detail one visitors experience, including what to eat,where to shop and how to get there.
A homey aroma summons from the kitchen of Bill and Patty
Sutherland's 300-year-old farmhouse as you arrive for the first
day of your course in Tuscan cooking. Read on to find out how you can enjoy people and food at a week long program, Tuscan Women Cook, held in a Tuscan farmhouse.
As they have for thousands of years, people still come to Italy's oldest town for the water. What was once a rest stop for Etruscans and Romans is now home to a 5-star luxury spa, Hotel Terme di Saturnia.
Here are some of our Travel ideas for those who wish to experience Italy by immersing themselves in art, culture, or... in the presence of other women.
The BBC reports that a quiet revolution is underway in the Tuscan town of Pietrasanta, where 2,000 men have joined the Association of Househusbands.
Ever wonder what it would be like to see and experience the Tuscan city of Siena through horses and hot-air balloons during one of the highlights of summer in Italy, the Palio? We've got the scoop, read on for details.