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9 Crowd-Free Ways to Experience Italy

Italy tops most travelers’ bucket list – and with good reason. Italy is bellissima. Italians are warm and openhearted. Italy brims with historic...

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What to Do, See and Eat in Turin, Italy?

Chic cafés. Stylish boulevards. Marvelous museums. You’re not in Paris, but Turin—one of Italy’s most sophisticated (and under-the-radar) cities....

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Chiacchiere: Italy's Traditional Carnival Sweets

Each year, carnevale takes place right before the  season of Lent—the forty days leading up to Easter.  Carnival is the food-filled feast that...

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6 Ways to Skip the Tourist Crowds in Venice, Italy

You've dreamed for years about visiting Venice. And -- finally -- you're here.  But, no matter where you go, you can't seem to shake the annoying...

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That's Baloney - Why You Need to Eat in Bologna

Isn’t it funny how we mention food when we talk about travel? Travel feeds us. Or, we hunger for escape. Thankfully, food needs no translation. It’s...

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5 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in Florence

    Florence, located in Tuscany, is Italy’s most-toured city. Each year, over 22 million travelers step foot here -- being home to Michelangelo’s...

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8 Christmas Customs that You'll Only Find in Italy

Christmas in Italy is as diverse as the country itself. In Italy, Christmas runs from December 8th (the Feast of the Immaculate Conception) to...

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3 Days of Christmas Charm in Italy's Snowy Alps

Throughout December, Italian towns are home to wintry Christmas bazaars — selling hand-carved toys and seasonal sweets. As you stroll the labyrinth...

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Why Puglia Boasts Italy's Best Beaches

Why Puglia Boasts Italy's Best Beaches On Puglia’s 87 kilometers of coastline, Italian fisherman still toss rope nets from their wooden boats. Unlike popular beach destinations in Italy,...

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