From ancient UNESCO sites to stunning mountain ranges and lagoon beaches, this little-visited region has it all.
Umbria’s lush Tiber Valley is home to stunning vineyards, lovely churches, medieval towns and an array of unexpected oddities.
Balanced on a commanding hill high over the Tiber valley, Perugia adroitly juggles several roles: that of an ancient hill town, a magnificent città d’arte, a…
Italy’s fourth largest lake, Trasimeno (45km in circumference) has a subtle charm, sleepy, placid and shallow, almost marshy in places. Large enough to create…
As the country opens its door to tourists, we take a look at some of Italy’s lesser-known wonders.
Sit back and enjoy this kaleidoscope of colours.
Those with a penchant for history will not be short of places to visit in this part of Italy.
Discover some of the country’s finest architecture along this Roman road.
Many of Abruzzo’s villages are officially recognised as being among the most beautiful in Italy.
FVG is jam-packed with beautiful art and architecture. Find out which sites have made it into our top five.
Friuli Venezia Giulia is a land of traditions, and its bell towers are amongst its most iconic.
Friuli Venezia Giulia is home to numerous UNESCO sites, but one of the best is the star city of Palmanova.
Discover the true past of Italy’s most famous dessert: the tiramisù.
Discover a new side to Italian cuisine with a foodie tour of Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Searching for a wildlife-filled spring getaway? Whether you want to admire exotic orchids, listen out for birdsong or spot a blue whale in the wild, Europe has something to offer.