How two Venetian archipelagos became vibrant centres of art.
The benefits of bobbing around on, and bathing in, the country's largest lake.
Summers in Florence go best with creamy, lip-smacking gelatos made using generations-old secret recipes.
A food trail through one of the city’s oldest Jewish neighbourhoods reveals secrets, both culinary and historical.
Finding shelter in Naples with a bespoke umbrella maker.
48 hours in the city where some of the world's best mosaics are preserved in 1,500-year-old churches.
The Renaissance was ages ago. But in the Italian city, everything—from gilded domes to grand sculptures—makes it seem ever present.
With thinning crowds and a pleasant chill in the air, winters can be a delight in Rome.
A heritage walk, a traditional family-run trattoria and other unexpected discoveries in the port city of Genoa.
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