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Amazing Foodie Experiences to Have in Rome

Sure, it’s got big-name sights like the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Pantheon. But Rome has serious culinary chops too – and the city’s gourmet experiences are drawing in a whole new crowd of foodie visitors. Want to really get your teeth into the Eternal City? Here are some of our favourite foodie experiences to have [ ...More ]

A city of the past: Venice’s historic hotels

Venice is one of Italy’s most fascinating historic cities. There’s a story behind every building, street and even hotel – as our Direct Marketing Executive, Nikki, discovered on a recent trip…   Not long after arriving into Italy, one of the hoteliers told me that “Venice is to be lived like a city of the past”. It’s not surprising [ ...More ]

Where to Watch Sporting Events in Italy

Wine, coffee, pizza and pasta – Italy is famous for a lot of things! It’s also renowned for its passion for sports. Football, rugby, Formula 1, you name it. Whether you’re a die-hard supporter or a dip-in-and-out kind of sports fan, there’s lots going on in Italy’s sporting world that might interest you on your [ ...More ]

Our Guide to Rome’s Festa della Repubblica

This year will see Italy celebrate its 69th Festa della Repubblica (Republic Day) on 2 June. If you are thinking about visiting Rome, why not plan your trip to coincide with the celebrations. The Romans’ passion for their home is showcased across the city – and it’s great! Here is our guide to enjoying Festa della Repubblica [ ...More ]

The Wine Trail: Multi-Centres for Wine Tasting in Italy

Whether you’re a serious wine buff or enjoy the occasional glass, a wine trail in Italy is an incredible experience. As well as plenty of vineyard tours and tastings, you can experience the country’s most beautiful countryside, culinary chops and world-famous cities. We’ve put together the ultimate two-week itinerary that spans Italy’s must-visit wine regions, [ ...More ]