The Way of St Francis is an important European pilgrimage route but many who walk it aren’t religious because it also takes you through the best of Italy!
Ahh… Verona, the setting of Romeo and Juliet. It makes the place seem so romantic – unless you’re being forced to study it as a school student!
The botanic garden may not be huge but it has a very important claim to fame – it was the first in the world. But you can still visit it today.
Just what should you expect at Juliet’s House in Verona, Italy. Well… a lot of love, a lot of expressions of love, and some very clever marketing!
San Gimignano is a city of towers. Fourteen in total these days (although at one point there were as many as 72!).
This old railway line between the towns of Spoleto and Norcia offers an incredible walk through the Umbrian countryside.
Tuscany can be expensive, there’s no doubt about that. But here’s a sure fire way to do it cheaply AND see more of the local culture!
This is pretty much the biggest music event in Italy with more than 100,000 people gathering to drink, sing and dance like their lives depend on it!
Imagine spending three days in the kitchen of a Tuscan villa, learning how to make everything from pizza to tiramisu. Then imagine I’m really bad at it.