A cheat sheet to the important Palladio buildings to see in Vicenza, a great guide to take you around and where to eat and stay in this charming northern Italian city.
When it comes to the development of Palladio as an architect, there is no better place to explore his modern interpretation of classical design than the city of Vicenza, 40 miles from Venice, and the surrounding province of the same name.
The lovely city of Padova, also known as Padua, in Italy's Veneto offers a wealth of attractions and great food. Here are the details on what to see in the city and where to get a great meal in Padova.
Padova (known as Padua in English) 22 miles from Venice, but a world apart from its high-energy neighbor, is most famous for the Scrovegni Chapel, but there is so much more to this Veneto gem.
Whether its a wedding or a business meeting, we've got the perfect picturesque palazzo for you to hold your special event in Verona, Italy. Read on for details on how to make it happen.
We've got a hanpicked selection of charming small hotels in Verona and family-run restaurants that you must visit! Plus how to get to Verona and how to find an afforded guided tour of Verona.
Sure this lovely city in the Veneto is known most for Romeo and Juliet, but there's so much more to Verona. Explore historic piazzas, the well-preserved Roman ruins and captivating museums here in Verona.
Spas are one of Italy's best bargains, where hotel package deals for
top-notch treatments cost a fraction of what they would back in the
United States. Add to that wonderful food, wine, and the warm, relaxed
Italian atmosphere. These places become irresistible once
you've tried one.
When you're ready to book an Italian ski vacation, we can tell you which ski resorts in Italy are worth visiting. From Cortina to Sestriere, our ski expert profiles six Italian ski resorts and where to stay in each.
You know you fantasize about skiing in Italy! Imagine skiing between jagged pink rock spires under ever-changing Alpine skies. And its not just about sport and scenery but incorporates food and fashion, too. Come on this is Italy. Ski expert Everett Potter explains...