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  • Steve’s Travel Tips: Take A Tour Inside Perillo Headquarters (Video) Steve’s Travel Tips: Take A T... Published on Saturday, May 25, 2019 by
    I’m Steve Perillo of Perillo Tours. I'm thrilled to host a video series called Steve's Travel Tips to share all the insider Italy travel tips I have learned over a lifetime of travel to Italy. Did you know that in 1988 my dad built our world headquarter in New Jersey to resemble an It...
  • Zipline Opening on Amalfi Coast Zipline Opening on Amalfi Coast Published on Saturday, May 18, 2019 by
    Visitors can approach the Amalfi Coast in different ways to gain different perspectives on the mountainous coastline: by sea, by land and, soon, by soaring through the air on a new 650-meter (2,132-foot, or 0.4-mile) zipline. The zipline is currently being installed in the gorge between...
  • Da Vinci’s Hair Found in United States Da Vinci’s Hair Found in Unit... Published on Friday, May 10, 2019 by
    A scientist, painter, sculptor, mathematician...and posthumous overseas traveler? A lock of hair potentially belonging to Leonardo da Vinci was found across the ocean in the United States, hidden in an American collection. The credibility of the discovery, does not come without controve...
  • Adam Sandler As Steve Perillo on Saturday Night Live Adam Sandler As Steve Perillo on Sa... Published on Monday, May 6, 2019 by
    A message from Steve Perillo: If you're sad where you are and then you get on a plane to Italy, the sad you in Italy will be the same sad you from before, just in a new place. Does that make sense? - Joe Romano Joe knows what he is talking about. How do I know? Joe is me! Let me ...
  • Air Italy Flying Non-Stop From San Francisco to Milan Air Italy Flying Non-Stop From San ... Published on Monday, April 29, 2019 by
    Air Italy has launched service service with direct flights between San Francisco and Milan after taking its inaugural flight to San Francisco on April 10. The 12-hour nonstop flight runs on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sundays and leaves San Francisco Airport (SFO) at 7:10 p.m., arri...
  • Domus Transitoria Reopens in Rome Domus Transitoria Reopens in Rome Published on Thursday, April 25, 2019 by
    For the first time, the public can see how Emperor Nero lived in his first private palace, the Domus Transitoria, which opened this month after a 10-year restoration. The palace has been off-limits for centuries, since it burned down in the Great Fire of Rome. After a fire destroyed the...
  • American Airlines Adds Flight From Philadelphia to Bologna American Airlines Adds Flight From ... Published on Friday, April 19, 2019 by
    This summer, travelers seeking nonstop flights to off-the-beaten-path destinations in Italy have one more option. American Airlines will fly nonstop from Philadelphia Airport (PHL) to Bologna four times a week from June 6 to Sept. 29, 2019 on Boeing 767 planes. With the new route, Phila...
  • Italian Easter Recipe: Easter Bread Baskets (Pane di Pasqua) Italian Easter Recipe: Easter Bread... Published on Monday, April 15, 2019 by
    Easter - this year on April 21st - is just around the corner! No Italian Easter is complete without Pane di Pasqua (Easter Bread) made in the form of baskets! Our favorite Italian nonna, Gisa Ferro who is originally from Calabria, shares her special recipe for this Easter tradition. Let...
  • You Can Buy An Entire Italian Island Off Sicily You Can Buy An Entire Italian Islan... Published on Thursday, April 11, 2019 by
    If you’ve ever fantasized about owning your own private Italian island, and if you have extra pocket money to spend, this may be the opportunity for you. Isola delle Femmine, a small island off Sicily’s northern coast near Palermo, could be yours for as little as €1 million. An arist...
  • Cinque Terre: Don’t Hike in Flip Flops! Cinque Terre: Don’t Hike in F... Published on Friday, April 5, 2019 by
    If you’re planning on hiking the clifftop trails that overlook the Cinque Terre coastline, you’ll need to bring sturdy shoes. Common sense, right? Not exactly, as many visitors attempt to hike in sandals, not realizing the terrain is more like a mountain trail than a beach boardwalk. ...