Here is where you will find posts about the biggest Italian cities—Rome, Milan, Palermo, Naples, and Turin—as well as articles on popular cities for tourism, such as Florence and Venice.
Ryder Cup 2023 will take place in Rome. Here's more info about the golf course, accommodations, how to get tickets, and more.
Forget the business lounge! This is the most relaxing way to cap off a stay in Rome.
Here's our handpicked selection of the Eternal City's best new hotels. Love that new hotel smell—especially when it's in Rome.
"The Hand of God" is packed with beautiful and surreal scenes of Naples. Learn about the locations, people, and cultural references in Sorrentino's Neapolitan masterpiece.
Rome is not only the best city for running in Italy. It's quite possibly the best running city in the world. Here's why.
Easter season is one of the best times to visit Rome. Here's how you can plan your visit to Rome and Vatican during Holy Week.
Did you know that the landscape around the Reggia di Caserta was designed to look like a violin? Learn more about this UNESCO Heritage Site near Naples.
Many of the conventions that we accept as "normal" today were originally invented in Venice. A new book takes us on a journey through Venetian thought and innovation.
The island city of Procida is the Capital of Italian Culture for 2022.
Si ‘mmuore solo quanno ‘o munno nun s’aricorda più di te. Se no, ci si allontana solo fisicamente. "You die only when the world doesn't remember you anymore...otherwise you only move away ...
The city that gave birth to Dante will soon give birth to the first museum dedicated to the Italian language. Construction on the Museo della Lingua Italiana begins in 2021.
One of the most important monuments of Ancient Rome, the Mausoleum of Augustus, will reopen to the public in 2021.
Christmas Eve Mass in St. Peter's Basilica is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Here's how to get tickets and prepare for Midnight Mass.
Naples and Napoli mourn the death of Diego Maradona, who passed away on 25 November 2020. Here are reactions, front pages, and videos of Maradona's life.
There are few artists in history who inspire intrigue quite like Caravaggio. Here's where to find his works in Rome.
First used during the bubonic plague in the 17th century, Tuscany's wine windows are reopening. Learn more about "buchette del vino" and where to find them.
Learn more about the Roman artist who lovingly chronicled the quarantine in watercolors.
The history behind the Trevi Fountain, one of the most beautiful and best-known fountains in the world.