On Easter Day, you’ll likely find Colomba Easter Bread (Pane di Pasqua) at dinner tables all over Italy, from north to south.
The Tuscan village of Lucignano is known as the “Pearl of Valdichiana.” It is a medieval walled city with many appeals, just one-hour from Florence and also close to Perugia, Arezzo, and Siena,
Diano Marina is a small, unpretentious beach town on the Italian Riviera in Liguria where seasonal visitors can enjoy simple pleasures.
Guest contributor Ali Webb takes a New Orleans Black History Tour revealing contributions to the city’s culture, culinary scene, music and art.
The Ocean House Rhode Island Cottage Collection is privately owned and managed by Ocean House, an iconic five-star Relais & Chateaux resort in Westerly, Rhode Island. Each cottage exudes its unique style, personality, and history.
Bologna (in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy) is the epicenter of the umarell phenomenon because it was here that Danilo Masotti, a writer, blogger, and communications expert, literally wrote the book on and coined the term umarell in 2005.
The spectacular Cento Carnival (which takes place in this small town in Emilia Romagna) is filled with color and tradition. Its history dates back to 1615.
Easter in Italy is filled with special foods, celebrations, and religious processions, and the weather can be near perfect!
Here are some Valentines Day gifts for travelers—ranging from the practical to quirky—for travel lovers on your gift list.