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Sardinia in August – Where to Go and What to Do

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When most people think of island regions in Italy, their first thought is often Sicily. But Sardinia is another unique part of the country that is found floating in the Mediterranean to the west of the mainland, offering travellers and holidaymakers a different experience of Italian life and culture. Sardinia is the second-largest island in […]

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Sicily in November – Where to Go and What to Do

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Out of Italy’s twenty different regions, Sicily is one of only two islands. Perhaps most famous for being positioned right at the ‘toe’ of mainland Italy, it’s the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and an incredibly popular holiday destination all year round. Whether you’re after arts, culture, history, food, scenery or just the opportunity […]

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The 50 Best Pizza Restaurants in Rome

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Rome and pizza are synonymous with Italy, and if you’re visiting the country’s capital then you’re bound to want to try this classic dish at least once. The number of restaurants, cafes and snack bars to choose from can be overwhelming but never fear. We’ve put together this list of the 50 best pizza restaurants […]

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Sicily in April – Where to Go and What to Do

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With five million inhabitants and over nine-hundred miles of stunning coastline, Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. One of twenty regions in Italy, it is one of the most dazzling cultural and scenic experiences the country has to offer. Sicily has a phenomenal reputation for its arts, music, literature, cuisine and architecture, […]

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Puglia in April – Where to Go and What to Do

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Puglia, or Apulia in English, can be identified as the heel of the ‘boot’ of Italy and is a beautiful coastal location full of history and charming architecture. Perhaps best known for its olive oil production, Puglia’s countryside is lush and fruitful, its towns are unique and its coastline is the longest of any of […]

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Sicily in July – Where to Go and What to Do

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With five million inhabitants and over nine-hundred miles of stunning coastline, Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. One of twenty regions in Italy, it is one of the most dazzling cultural and scenic experiences the country has to offer. Sicily has a phenomenal reputation for its arts, music, literature, cuisine and architecture, […]

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The Best Wineries in Tuscany That You Need to Visit for a Tipple

If you’re on the search for a tipple in Tuscany, then you won’t be searching long before you come across some of the world’s finest reds, whites and rosés. Wine to Tuscany is like gondolas to Venice, and just as those artisanal boats flow along the canals so does wine from the Tuscan countryside where […]

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Christmas in Sicily – Everything You Need to Know

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Christmas in Sicily is simply magical. While the Mediterranean island tops bucket lists for summer holidays, there’s an overlooked allure to spending Christmas and New Year’s wandering through this Italian gem. Under the cool gaze of winter, Sicily transforms into a twinkling show of nativity scenes, Christmas trees and traditions that decorate the entire island. […]

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Everything You Need to Know about the Markets of Tuscany

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There’s nothing better than stumbling upon overflowing food stalls, foreign banter and throngs of people selling and buying the best local products. Whether a market spreads across an entire town square or holes up in the shade of some side street, markets are one of, if not, the best opportunity for a local travel experience, […]

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A Guide to the Wine Regions of Tuscany

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Imagine you’re in Tuscany, and you’re sitting on the veranda of your lush villa where the view gives way to an expanse of rolling hills, gleaming under the warm Italian sun. And you are enjoying the view with a sip of Trebbiano from a chilled wine glass – complete and utter bliss. In Tuscany, this […]

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