For many people the best part about any vacation is being able to try the local foods!
This country remains the absolute prime location of all those who love travel.
Travel for New Years! Dublin has an amazing New Years Festival that is perfect for any traveler!
Be dazzled by colorful flowers, innovative garden designs and amazing horticultural exhibits at one of the world’s most prestigious flower shows.
Discover why the world goes crazy for anything green on 17th March. On this day, everybody becomes Irish!
Experience the history of Rome with these amazing historical shops and restaurants
The Cinque Terre are five small medieval villages perched on a rocky coastline over-looking the sea in eastern Liguria, Riviera di Levante, providing a great vacation adventure!
Experience a Scottish summer tradition like no other!
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Riverdance, the original stage spectacular is celebrated around the world for its Grammy award-winning score and the thrilling energy and passion of its Irish and international dance.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is the most spectacular show in the world, enjoyed by an international television audience of 100 million.
This ancient royal residence is located a few kilometers from Paris is an example of a charm and elegance that can leave you speechless. Its name will make you think of the famous cream made from whipped cream, which owes its name to this castle. Moreover Chantilly is a true delight among the ancient French…
In northern Spain, there is a (spectacular) work of art signed by the famous Spanish sculptor, painter and designer: it is Villa Quijano.
The Garden of Ninfa has been declared a Natural Monument by the Lazio Region. Starting in April until November you can take tours of the garden on the weekends!
Good news for those planning a trip to Rome and a visit to the Vatican Museums: from April 26th until October 25th 2019, every Friday you can visit them in the evening
In Italy there is no better place for a day out than the Alban Hills in Italy!
With its large garden and terraces, Borgo Il Melone is the ideal location for anyone seeking a villa in Cortona, Italy
When you travel to Italy you can’t miss out on trying the best Italian home-made gelatos
You could live a lifetime in Rome and still have thousands of new things to discover.
Would you ever have imagined that you could golf while sightseeing? Well, at the historical Acquasanta Golf Club in Rome, Italy’s very first golf club, you can!
Until you’ve tried Rome’s two star artichoke dishes, you can’t truly say that you know and appreciate roman cooking.
Visit one of the most refined and elegant mansion of Pompeii Casa della Fontana piccola in Italy!
There are plenty of reasons to visit Florence every year! Take a trip to enjoy the city, the art, and the food.
For a whole week Venice is transformed into a masked dance. A unique experience for all those attending the Carnival of Venice.
Amazing restaurant locations with terraces and breathtaking views only Rome can offer.
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Just an hour’s drive from beautiful Florence, a day trip to the Chianti region can offer you a truly unforgettable experience!
EATALY – Rome – The Air Terminal of the Ostiense station, built by the architect Julio Lafuente, for the 1990 World Cup, has been transformed into four floors of good food: healthy frying with the best Italian oils, buffalo mozzarella produced according to the most rigorous Casertana tradition, leavened bread with 35-year-old yeast, express pasta,…
And here’s the last gourmet tour! After having traversed the famous Tuscany and explored the mysteries and pleasures of Umbria, how not to dedicate the last episode of these gourmet trips to the eternal city. Because Rome is not only monuments, Roman empire and ancient culture. Among the strata of this city there are many…
The ”pizza al tralcio” has nothing to do with Neapolitan pizza. The pizza al trancio (pizza by the slices) has Tuscan origins. It is cooked in a wood oven, but inside metal round pans. This kind of pizza is half of an inch high, it has a crunchy crust and a soft dough. Here below…