The post-pandemic era gives us a great opportunity to change how we travel. Here are some tips for sustainable travel in Italy.
A few days before the end of 2020, some Venetians hung a banner over the edge of the Rialto Bridge to say goodbye to a difficult year. #Fanculo2020
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.
After a two-month lockdown, Italy's museums are set to reopen. The reopening will bring both challenges and opportunities.
Step counts of landmarks and virtual treadmill guides for Italy-inspired workouts.
Many Italian museums and galleries have made it easier to take virtual visits of their works of art and historical relics.
There will come a time when all of this is over and we will wonder what Italian cities looked like during the COVID-19 quarantine. This drone footage is surreal.
Italian musician Salmo discusses Caravaggio while in quarantine and creates a cool work of art in the process.
The hashtag #labellezzaècontagiosa hopes to put a more positive spotlight back on Italy and its treasures.
We're coming back to see you, Italy. But we don't know when.
It is a strange time to write about travel to Italy. The spread of the coronavirus -- and the hysteria and uncertainty around it -- is something I have never seen in the 20+ years that I have been ...
A day-to-day look at how the COVID-19 crisis unfolded in Italy in 2020.