Stanley Tucci returns to Italy this fall. Season 3 of Searching for Italy begins on October 9!
Four Seasons has taken ownership of an historic hotel in Sicily and has broken ground on a seaside property in Puglia.
The “smell of old churches” is that musty yet perfumed scent that is as much a part of Rome’s allure as the city’s ruins and restaurants.
Biccari, the latest Italian village trying to attract foreigners with cheap real estate, also happens to be my family’s ancestral home. Here are some personal thoughts and observations on this small town in Puglia.
The Grotta della Poesia, the “Cave of Poetry,” is a not-so-secret secret summer destination in the Salento peninsula known for its deep, crystal waters and high cliffs.
Planning a summer trip to Puglia? These three tips will help you avoid a hotel disaster.
In 2011, UNESCO inscribed Italy’s newest World Heritage sites: The Longobards in Italy. Places of the Power (568-774 A.D.). Treated as one entity, these seven sites stretch from as far north as Castelseprio, Lombardy to as far south as Benevento in Campania. All seven of these sites represent, according to UNESCO, “the high achievement of…
Italy may not be the first place one thinks of for a golfing vacation, but it does have some terrific courses set in stunning locations, many of which are near the tourist routes of Rome, Florence, and Milan. So if you’re a golfer interested in hitting the links in Italy, you’re in luck. Golf in…
On April 24, the new tomb of Padre Pio was unveiled in the Puglian city of San Giovanni Rotondo. The new tomb now features the exhumed body of Italy’s most recent homegrown saint, who died in 1968 and who was canonized by Pope John Paul II in 2002. According to Ian Fisher’s San Giovanni Rotondo…
Part 2 of 20 Things We Love About Italy includes travel ideas for the regions of Molise, Piemonte, Puglia, Sardinia, Sicily, Trentino Alto Adige, Tuscany, Umbria, Valle d’Aosta, and Veneto.