Italy TravelItaly Travel

News & Updates
  • Italy’s Natural Wines Gain Prominence Italy’s Natural Wines Gain Pr... Published on Friday, September 7, 2018 by
    VinNatur, an Italian natural wine organization, has created a list of qualifications and characteristics for natural wine, a label that is often misused, undefined or confused with organic wines. Unlike other natural wine organizations, VinNatur enlists an independent certification group t...
  • Why You Should Watch Pasta Grannies on YouTube Why You Should Watch Pasta Grannies... Published on Monday, September 3, 2018 by
    Everyone knows Italian grandmothers make the best handmade pasta, and if you’re lucky, your nonna passed down her recipes and techniques. For the rest of us, there’s Pasta Grannies, a YouTube channel that films Italian nonne making pasta by hand, the old-fashioned way. Food writer V...
  • Two Florence Museums Explore Links to Islam Two Florence Museums Explore Links ... Published on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 by
    To combat Islamophobia and celebrate ancient Middle Eastern culture, two Florence museums have teamed up to stage an exhibit on Islamic art and the reciprocal relationship between Florence and Islam. The exhibit, titled “Islamic Art and Florence from the Medici to the 20th Century,” ru...
  • Space Tourism Could Be Coming to Puglia Space Tourism Could Be Coming to Pu... Published on Thursday, August 23, 2018 by
    Thanks to a July agreement between Italian aerospace companies and Virgin Galactic, Italy could soon launch itself into the nascent world of space tourism. On a recent visit to the White House, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte talked about “launching, as soon as possible, new planes...
  • Don’t Steal Sand on Sardinia! Don’t Steal Sand on Sardinia! Published on Sunday, August 19, 2018 by
    The pristine white and pink sand beaches of Sardinia attract hundreds of thousands of visitors, many of whom pocket a seemingly insignificant amount of sand or shells as a souvenir. Now, though, visitors who take home more than just a photograph will face a hefty fine: Filling a bottle or ...
  • Italy’s Free Sunday at Museum Program to End Italy’s Free Sunday at Museum... Published on Monday, August 13, 2018 by
    Italian Culture Minister Alberto Bonisoli announced in a press conference that Italy will end the Domenica al Museo (“Sunday at the Museum”) program, no longer offering free admission to state museums as of this fall. Currently, approximately 480 state museums are free to everyone on ...
  • Positano Roman Villa Now Open to Public Positano Roman Villa Now Open to Pu... Published on Sunday, August 5, 2018 by
    After several years of excavations, a Roman villa once hidden under a church in Positano is now open to the public.  The fresco-covered villa was buried along with Pompeii and Herculaneum when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD. The villa dates to the second century BC and, thanks to the ...
  • Small Personal Watercrafts Banned From Venice’s Canals Small Personal Watercrafts Banned F... Published on Wednesday, August 1, 2018 by
    As of August 1, small recreational watercrafts such as kayaks, canoes, paddleboards and pedal boats are no longer allowed on the main waterways of Venice. The ban does not apply to Venetian residents who own these boats, gondolas or tour companies that are regulated by local authorities. ...
  • Perillo Adds Two New Italy Tours For 2019 Perillo Adds Two New Italy Tours Fo... Published on Friday, July 27, 2018 by
    Book any  2019 Italy Perillo Tours escorted tours and make a deposit by October 1, 2018 and save $200 per couple ($100 per person)* You must use the PROMO CODE: Early Bird 19 New Tour: Taste of Italy 2019 Are you hungry? Then join Perillo Tours for a brand new tour 11-D...
  • Expanded Tram Line Opens in Florence Expanded Tram Line Opens in Florenc... Published on Thursday, July 19, 2018 by
    Florence’s expanded T1 tram line, which runs from the central train station to the Careggi Hospital, is now open. Previously, the T1 line – which opened in 2010 – began at Villa Costanza and stopped at the central train station. Now renamed the T1 Leonardo line, it has a total of ...
Page 1 of 7412345...102030...Last »