A guide to some of Italy's beautiful hidden gems By Nina Truong, Emory University. When someone says "Italy", you immediately think of major cities like, Rome, Florence, Venice, and Milan. However, Italy has a lot more than these four major ... Huffington Post, 1 month ago
Tweet [embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] Going to Italy as a gluten-free babe 7 years ago wasn't easy. It was heartbreaking passing all that fantastic pizza and pasta, so I satiated myself with red wine, and lots of it. With ...Free-i-News, 1 week ago
UNESCO's World Heritage status designates places of outstanding universal value to humanity by inscribing them on the World Heritage List so that they will be protected for future generations to appreciate and enjoy. Italy is the country with the ...Epoch Times, 1 month ago
Michele Browne adores Venice and advises that it's on the ether of your timeline, at least once. Thronged in summer, but quieter in winter the visitor will have to contend with floods off season — but the city, which heaves with art, ...Irish Examiner, 1 week ago
On a recent trip to the Venissa Wine Resort , as we moved deeper into the Venetian Lagoon and the palazzos of Venice faded behind us, my travel companion remarked, I didn't even know there was anything else out here. Therein lies the beauty and the ...Indagare, 1 week ago
A three-month break gave a chance to explore continental Europe, but going it alone had its drawbacks Rebecca Meehan in Paris Taking a break in Stazione Santa Maria Novella in Florence The island of Burano off the coast of Venice Previous Image ...Irish Times, 1 month ago
A view of the entire St. Mark's Square from the Campanile bell tower. It may be a long line to wait, but this view is certainly worth it. / Courtesy of Rachel Sang-hee Han Traveling your way to the most romantic city in the world By Rachel ...Korea Times, 1 month ago
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