This article originally appeared in the November 2019 issue of Dream of Italy. Join to access the entire issue and over 170 others! A new year brings celebration and renewal, and especially so in Italy, whose calendar in 2020 is chock full of new events to commemorate, participate in and experience. Like the country itself, next year’s agenda will delight …
This article originally appeared in the December 2018/January 2019 issue of Dream of Italy. See the full Dream of Italy’s: 16th Anniversary Favorites article here. Truffle Hunting (Piedmont) One of the world’s most sought-after delicacies is the divine and expensive white truffle and most would agree the very best come from a corner of Piedmont. One of our favorite Italian experiences is …
This article originally appeared in the June/July 2017 issue of Dream of Italy. Against a backdrop of the Euganean Hills, 30 miles from Venice and just outside Padua, is one of the largest castles in Italy, but few people know about it. That’s because, until now, the 16th-century Castello del Catajo has never been open to the public. The castle originally …
The Veneto is a fantastic cycling destination for bikers of all levels. Our writer visits beautiful Lake Garda and stays at a hotel "geared" for cyclists.
The tiny gem of Asolo has been enriched through history by three extraordinary women: a queen, an actress, and an adventurous travel writer. Adding to that are feminine spiritual touches throughout the town and it is a wonderful destination to celebrate women.
Whether you're high up in the mountains or along the sea, we have some very special cooking classes for you in Trentino Alto Adige, Venice and the Veneto. Don't visit these areas without looking at this list!
These companies offer cooking classes and tours in multiple locations throughout Italy - kind of one-stop shops for cooking schools in Italy. A great resource for planning a culinary-focused trip.
There's a valley that lies to the north of the city of Verona, separated from the shores of Lake Garda by a mountain. Called the Valpolicella, the name of this area is thought to derive from a Latin and Greek mixture of "valley of the cellars." Wine cellars, that is.
If you're headed to the heart of Italy, don't miss these new hotels, including a new golf resort in Abruzzo, a converted convent in Florence and a posh Verona pad near Romeo and Juliet's house.
The exquisite city of Venice is so rich in history, art, intrigue and gastronomy that you simply have a local guide show you the hidden treasures. Then get out into the countryside of Veneto - explore Verona, Vicenza, the Palladian villas and even some outdoor adventure.