The ruins of Hadrian’s epic compound in Tivoli show an insight into the wealth and power of the Roman Empire in the second century.
Daydreaming as I walk the streets of Florence, I’m suddenly jolted from my daze by a man crashing into me. The church I’d just been looking at is lost from view as I quickly swing around and move into a doorway before about ten more men rush past. They knock into pedestrians as they crush […]
The Italian city of Vicenza is a tribute to the work of architect Andrea Palladio. His buildings all through the streets have influenced many since!
The mysterious Etruscans is one of the greatest races that never was. They founded Rome and the civilisation it became… yet we know so little of them.
The hilltop town of San Gimignano is famous for its towers. But there’s much more to this Tuscan treasure than that.
It’s hard to find parts of the European coast that aren’t full of tourists. Each year, the crowded areas just grow. But here’s a tip for the future!
Durmitor National Park in Montenegro is one of the most stunning natural areas in the Balkans – with mountains, glacial lakes and Europe’s largest canyon.
To protect this beautiful historic city from enemies, the Venetians built an incredible wall around the whole hill.
It may not be the most famous but the stunning 18th century complex at Caserta is actually one of the biggest royal palaces in the world!