The mosaics of this Italian city are among the greatest art from 1500 years ago. What’s particularly amazing is how colourful they still are!
The small colourful neighbourhood of Borgo San Giuliano in Rimini was once a no-go zone. But it’s now a magical tribute to Federico Fellini.
At the home of Pellegrino Artusi, the father of modern Italian cooking, you can join the Casa Artusi Cooking School and try his recipes yourself.
The Italian town of Aquileia was once one of the largest and wealthiest Roman cities – and it’s not hard to find the treasures from that era today.
The hilltop town of San Gimignano is famous for its towers. But there’s much more to this Tuscan treasure than that.
Escape from the crowds of Cinque Terre by visiting the nearby Palmaria Island and the town of Portovenere in Italy.
What do you do when there are no tickets left to see a masterpiece? Go and see a different one next door!
To protect this beautiful historic city from enemies, the Venetians built an incredible wall around the whole hill.
Some of the best things about staying in Naples are not in the city itself but are easily accessible as a day trip.