Florence Duomo, Grand Tour Italy

New Year’s Eve in Italy

From bonfires and swing bands to Champagne and oysters, Italians certainly know how to ring in the New Year in style. Here are some of our favourite celebrations…   Rome There are parties across the whole of Rome on New Year’s Eve, but Piazza del Popolo is where the Romans flock for the major celebrations. [ ...More ]

New Year’s Eve in Italy

From bonfires and swing bands to Champagne and oysters, Italians certainly know how to ring in the New Year in style. Here are some of our favourite celebrations…   Rome There are parties across the whole of Rome on New Year’s Eve, but Piazza del Popolo is where the Romans flock for the major celebrations. [ ...More ]

Lesser-known cities to visit in Italy

There is no doubting Italy’s big-name cities are great. However, the country has plenty more cities that offer up just as much history, culture, food, wine, experiences… you name it. Here are just a few of our favourite lesser-known Italian cities – and what you can do there. Genoa Genoa is often overlooked as just [ ...More ]

Best views in Verona

Whenever I go to Italy, I’m always spending time searching out spots which will give me that perfect photograph to show to my friends and family. On a recent trip to Verona, I was happy to come across a lot of different places to give me that picture-perfect view. Here are the most beautiful viewpoints in Verona [ ...More ]

Italy’s Finest Wines

Italy produces more wine yearly than any other country in the world, including some of the most prestigious labels you can find. So what are some of Italy’s finest wines, and where can you find them? Here is our guide to Italy’s best, tried and tested – it’s a hard job but someone has to [ ...More ]