Inspiring Travel Stories

Discover our collection of unique travel stories which has been handcrafted by our team of local experts to help you plan and book your next trip to Italy. There’s a wide range of stories including itineraries, photo galleries, videos, and insider guides.

Biennale Arte 2019

Discover the program, the news and the main themes of the 2019 Venice Biennale: a review of events that celebrates art, design, architecture, dance and cinema and that involves the whole city. "May You Live In Interesting Times": this is the title of the 58th International Art Exhibition which takes place from 11th May to 24th November 2019.

Exploring the Natural Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites

Established in 1990, the Natural Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites is part of the UNESCO world heritage and covers an area of 11,500 hectares north of the centre of Cortina d’Ampezzo, toward the border between Veneto and Alto Adige.

The 19th Century Gran Ball Returns to Como

The 19th Century Grand Ball on Lake Como will honor the territory's customary tradition of inaugurating the new Opera season with an exquisite ball. Discover more of this event ang get ready to step into the past end experience the magical atmosphere of the nineteenth century

Explore Italy in full bloom

Summer isn’t the only time to visit Italy. Spring in Italy brings with it a lot more than vibrant blooms – from the delicious foods at local markets to new fashions and exciting festivals.
View of Miramare Castle in Trieste

Miramare Castle in Trieste: a story of aristocratic splendor

Overlooking the sea and with a massive park filled with rare and exotic plant species, The Miramare Castle in Trieste has a legendary story and offers a stunning view of the small bay.
View of Piazza della Signoria in Florence Palazzo Vecchio

Palazzo Vecchio in Florence: the fortress of Signoria

The Palazzo Vecchio is a symbol of the city of Florence. It has a fascinating history and remains one of the city’s most magnificent museums in Italy.
Maxxi Museum in Rome

4 Great Places to See Contemporary Art in Rome

The Eternal City actually boasts a prominent contemporary art scene. Let's see which are the four museums not to be missed for lovers of contemporary art in all its many facets.
Porta Nuova District Milan Skyscraper

Porta Nuova District: the Spirit of Modern Milan

Built during the Napoleonic era, Porta Nuova is today the most contemporary and trendiest district in Milan and a popular attraction for business travelers, tourists and locals.
Festival of Saint Agata in Catania

Saint Agatha, the Iconic Religious Festival in Sicily

Discover one of the most impressive religious festivals in the world: the feast of Sant'Agata, patron saint of the city of Catania, is a unique mix of faith and folklore that every year involves hundreds of faithful.

Italy, and the spring and first love all together should suffice to make the gloomiest person happy. 

– Bertrand Russell