Located about 60 miles east of Rome, Sulmona is the birthplace of the Roman poet, Ovid, and confetti, the colorful candy-covered almonds.
Breezing through the many must-sees in Florence
Florence was established and founded as a military colony by Julius Caesar in 59 BC. He selected the city for the pleasantness of the area and its ease to defend.
Turin Italy: Home of FIAT and the House of Savoy
It is said that Turin is the most French city in Italy. For centuries, the city was the capital of the House of Savoy.
Visiting Milan: Fabulous Fashion and da Vinci
When visiting Milan you’ll find more to do than shop. Milan is also home to one of the most famous paintings in the world.
National Archaeology Museum Naples wing reopens after 50 years
The western wing of the national archaeology museum Naples has re-opened in following a 50-year closure and renovation.
Best Things to do in Genoa, Italy
Located on the coast of Liguria in northern Italy, Genoa is a picturesque city with rich history and culture, and also the boyhood home of…