Explore the charming city of Crema, the Roman ruins at Lake Garda and the ancient cobblestoned city of Bergamo, as seen in the Oscar winning film “Call Me By Your Name”.
The statue of Neptune, the God of the sea, is 4.2 meters tall and stands on top of a pedestal in the center of the octagonal fountain on the Piazza della Signoria in Florence, Italy.
Hiring a car from Bari, Brindisi or Lecce in Puglia allows you to access not only the city itself, but also to take in the vast coastline of the 'foot' of Italy's 'boot'.
Golf, cultural and culinary experiences in Tuscany.
Excursion in small groups from Pisa to Five Lands, in Ligurian Coast.
The Dolomites in Northern Italy offer fantastic skiing opportunities as well as a mix of Italian and Austrian culture and cuisine.
Puglia has a temperate Mediterranean climate with mild(ish) winters and hot summers and averaging 300 sunny days a year making this a destination for all seasons.
Vessels weighing 100,000 tonnes or more diverted to the less glamorous industrial port of Marghera, far from the Grand Canal.
Copacabana Hotel Design is a small boutique hotel whose minimalist look with white walls is brought to life with artworks and wood floors.
The birthplace of Christopher Columbus is a fascinating mix of urban life and medieval history. Get your walking shoes and check out Genoa.