If it's top among Italians, it must be good! The Italy Quality of Life survey is a great way to learn about places to live in or visit.
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From ancient Latin script to modern fonts, Italy has contributed greatly to the history of the written word. Visit these places to learn more.
In 2021, Italy will commemorate the 700th anniversary of the passing of Dante Alighieri, known worldwide as the father of the Italian language.
Bologna is the best place to live in Italy in 2020. Discover what other Italian provinces ranked in the top 25 of the annual Quality of Life index.
'Ravenna: Capital of Empire, Crucible of Europe' is a comprehensive look at the history of Ravenna during its golden age.
Parma will be the Italian Capital of Culture for 2020 and 2021 to make up for the loss of tourism due to COVID-19.
Emilia-Romagna is a region known for its good taste and unforgettable flavors. The region is a major contributor to Italy's gastronomic heritage, being the birthplace of prosciutto, Parmigiano, ...
Two hotels in Rome and one in the countryside of Emilia-Romagna are some of the most-talked about new luxury properties in Italy.
Italy is renowned for its designer fashions. Learn more about outlet shopping in Italy and how to make a discount shopping spree part of your travel itinerary.
Ferrara is a gorgeous little city in Emilia-Romagna known for its Renaissance walls and palaces, the Castello Estense, and its rich Jewish heritage.
To ring in the New Year, my family and I rented a farmhouse for a few days on the outskirts of Ferrara. Thinking back to the trip, the timing wasn't ideal. Ferrara was freezing and on New Year's ...
The town of San Leo in Emilia-Romagna is known for its Renaissance era fort and torture chamber.
Emilia-Romagna's Shit Museum explores man's relationship to manure.
Earthquakes can strike nearly anywhere in Italy. Learn more about seismic activity in Italy, from historic quakes to earthquake monitoring resources.
The latest reports about the earthquake that hit Emilia-Romagna this weekend state that at least seven people were killed, 50 injured, and more than 13,000 have been displaced. The 6.0 earthquake ...
Cooking school teacher and chef Angela Schiavina shows off the culinary riches of Ravenna in this "My City" video from The Guardian.
You can eat well just about anywhere in Italy. But Italians know that Italy's culinary heart lies in Emilia-Romagna. Lasagna, tortellini, premium balsamic vinegar from Modena, Parma ...