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  • Italy Travel: Facing Adversity With Humor Italy Travel: Facing Adversity With... Published on Monday, March 16, 2020 by
    During these uncertain and stressful times, we could all use a good laugh. Comedian Anthony Rodia created this funny video for Perillo Tours in an effort to look at the current situation in a funny way. Laughter is always the best medicine. You can enjoy more videos from Anthony Rodia on...
  • Italy Nominates Espresso for UNESCO Recognition Italy Nominates Espresso for UNESCO... Published on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 by
    On Tuesday, Italy encouraged its parliament to nominate espresso for UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage status. The bid was put forth by the Consortium for the Safeguarding of Traditional Italian Espresso Coffee. The tiny cups of undiluted black coffee topped with tan foam are the coun...
  • Black Friday Travel Deals From Perillo Tours Black Friday Travel Deals From Peri... Published on Saturday, November 23, 2019 by
    Surely, you already have BLACK FRIDAY - Friday, November 29 - marked on your calendar. The BIG savings this year is with Perillo Tours! SAVE* $500 Per Couple ($250 Per Person) on These Italy Tours: 14-Day North Classic 12-Day North Continental 10-Day Marco Polo 12-Day Sou...
  • Three Lesser-Known Architectural Sites in Rome Three Lesser-Known Architectural Si... Published on Monday, October 14, 2019 by
    The beauty of Rome is that the city’s vast collection of art and architecture means there’s always something different and unexpected to see beyond the usual tourist haunts. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler to Rome looking to discover new sites or a first-time visitor seeking t...
  • Tuscan Town Installs Photoluminescent Bike Path Tuscan Town Installs Photoluminesce... Published on Wednesday, October 2, 2019 by
    In the Tuscan town of Borgo a Mozzano, officials have installed a photoluminescent bicycle path to make riding and walking safer for residents. During the day, the path looks like a regular, brown gravel pavement, but at night, photoluminescent pieces of glass glow blue and green. The w...
  • Palazzo Pitti to Display Russian Icons Palazzo Pitti to Display Russian Ic... Published on Friday, September 20, 2019 by
    In 2020, Palazzo Pitti will highlight the link between Florentine nobility and the Russian Orthodox Church by displaying 78 Russian religious icons. The collection of icons, the largest outside of Russia, will be housed in four ground-floor rooms at Palazzo Pitti. This will be the first...
  • Gelato World Cup Comes to Italy Gelato World Cup Comes to Italy Published on Sunday, September 15, 2019 by
    When the Gelato World Cup comes to Rimini from January 19 to 21, 2020, gelato chefs from around the world will face off to see who can whip up the best desserts. France and Italy, which have both won previous competitions at different times but have never competed against each other...
  • You Can Buy Dolce & Gabbana’s Italian Villa You Can Buy Dolce & Gabbana... Published on Thursday, September 5, 2019 by
    Fashion house founders Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana’s luxury Italian villa is for sale. While the price is undisclosed, it is reported to cost €6 million. If you can’t spare the change, you can live vicariously through the real estate listing’s gorgeous photos. The ocea...
  • Treasure Discovered in Pompeii Treasure Discovered in Pompeii Published on Friday, August 30, 2019 by
    The historical site of Pompeii is a treasure trove of ruins, artefacts, -- and now, archaeologists have unearthed literal treasure. A trunk found in August contained semiprecious stones, jewelry, and other objects believed to bring good luck. "There are dozens of good luck charms next t...
  • Rome to Relocate Cobblestones on Major Streets Rome to Relocate Cobblestones on Ma... Published on Sunday, August 25, 2019 by
    When you think of images of Rome, you probably think of the Coliseum, the Trevi Fountain and, of course, the cobblestone-lined streets that have been an iconic part of the city’s landscape for centuries. Unfortunately, as beautiful as the cobblestone streets are, they are also becomin...