Palermo: City Guide

Palermo: City Guide

Palermo, like much of Italy’s most important cities, dates back many thousands of years. In fact, the area has had settlers for over 27,000 years. That said, it was the Phoenicians who were the first to officially found a city here in the 8th Century BC. They...
Naples: City Guide

Naples: City Guide

Naples is one of the many places in the south of Italy that still bare their Ancient Greek names. The first populations came here around the 2nd Millenium BC, though it wasn’t until the 6th Century BC that it started to bear the name Neapolis, or New City. The...
Milan: City Guide

Milan: City Guide

A fast paced city that is the heart of design, fashion and commerce in Italy, Milan is truly a forward thinking place. Milan tends to get the reputation as a city that you can skip on a tour through Italy. On the surface it may feel like a bustling metropolis with...
Eat Vegan and Vegetarian in Puglia

Eat Vegan and Vegetarian in Puglia

Enjoy Vegan or Vegetarian Cuisine in Puglia It’s easy to enjoy vegan and vegetarian cuisine in Puglia. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to go overboard with your meat and cheese consumption during your travels throughout Italy. It’s especially...
Italian Etiquette

Italian Etiquette

Italy is a country of many traditions and rituals, given its incredible cultural history. Much of this plays out in quite routine, quotidian activities. That said, it is important to be aware of Italian etiquette – the unwritten rules that dictate the execution...
Genoa: City Guide

Genoa: City Guide

Genoa City Guide Genoa or Genova in Italian is a busy port city located in the coastal region of northwest Italy called Liguria. This area is nestled between the ocean and the sea along the Italian Riveria. It is the 6th largest city in the country. Perhaps an...