Category: Italy

Trentino Alto-Adige: Italy’s quiet corner for wine and scenery

  One of Italy’s most special regions that I have come to love after spending years exploring every corner is the one with the hardest names to remember and pronounce. Alto-Adige, Teroldego, and Lagrein, these are just a few of the names of the province, wine appellation and varietals the region boasts, but I think …

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Hotel de Russie, the place to stay in Rome

Advising travel clients about where to stay in Rome is not always an easy request. No matter what budget the accommodation market here is different. Space and location are a premium and what amenities are offered don’t always match the experience of other major city hotels.

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I only have 24 hours in Rome, what to do?

Time spent in Rome is always precious, so if it happens to be a very short visit, although not ideal, there’s no reason to panic. Take a breath and get ready to put on your walking shoes, a lot can be accomplished with the right planning!

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Take full advantage of the Amalfi Coast, top tips:

  One of Italy’s most memorable coastlines is often one of the least well explored. That is to say many travelers speak of the Amalfi coast, yet only end up exploring a simple section or seeing it from the vantage point of one town or a guided tour or even a ferry ride. The Amalfi …

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