Italy is a country in southern Europe that is widely considered a birthplace of Western culture. It’s one of the most visited countries in the world, with some 50 million international arrivals in 2016 alone. Italy is also home to the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, with 55 in total including the historic centres of Rome, Venice, and Florence. +
The Amalfi Coast lies in Italy’s southwestern Salerno province in the Campania region on the Tyrrhenian Sea wrapping around the Gulf of Salerno. It is, without doubt, one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Join us on our journey and get insights where to stay.
La Gemma Hotel emerges as both an accommodation and a chapter in the living history of Florence. Here, within the historic walls of the 19th-century Palazzo Paoletti, the legacy of the Cecchi family unfolds.
Venturing into the sustainable heart of tourism, discover the ADLER Spa Resort Sicilia—an oasis of ecological mindfulness. The resort is not just a retreat for relaxation but a celebration of ‘Dolce far niente.’ Committed to the local community, the resort cultivates strong partnerships with suppliers and artisans, celebrating the culture and craftsmanship of the locality.
Rome has some of the country’s best chefs, with no end to the number of Michelin star restaurants to choose from. Today we’re going to share our complete guide to the best restaurants in Rome, all of which we recommend visiting during your next stay in the city.
Sitting on the picturesque bank of Lake Como in Menaggio is the exquisite Grand Hotel Victoria Concept & Spa. A former 19th-century palace touting eye-catching design, beautiful vistas, and an ultra-lavish spa, this magical destination is set to exceed every expectation.
As one of Europe’s fashion capitals, you’ll be bound to want to visit one of the best restaurants in Milan after shopping up a storm or a long day of sightseeing. Check our selection of the tastiest spots in town!
A city to visit at least once in a lifetime. The art between canals and the possibility of travelling through it in gondolas makes Venice a place to fall in love with. Luxury is no coincidence, and in its eagerness to preserve its history, it is obliged to keep it ostentatious. Here is our guide to the best hotels to stay in.
The Italian capital has it all: history, as it has been the cradle of an empire, fashion, as it is home to leading clothing brands, and art, as you can find from the most classic to the most innovative pieces. Rome is waiting for us to fall in love.
In Florence you’ll find a mix of high-end 5-star hotels, modern design apartments, or smaller boutique hotels with pools and rooftop bars to liven up your visit. Florence has it all.
A chat with Maurizio Zanella, president of the Ca’ del Bosco winery, about life on the vineyard, modern art and Franciacorta, the king of Italian fermented wines.