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Your Guide to Sicilian Wines Worth Traveling For

 Wine and Italy are pretty much interchangeable – whether we’re talking about Chianti (Tuscany), Barolo (Piedmont) or Pinot Grigio (Veneto). Yearly,...

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How to Make Classic Sicilian Caponata from Scratch

Caponata is a savory side from the island of Sicily. It’s a sweet and sour veggie medley -- marrying caramelized eggplant, salty olives, crisp celery...

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5 Untouched Italian Towns Return Travelers Love

Rome. Venice. Florence. There’s a reason this holy trinity of travel is world-famed. You can stand in awe of Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel. You can...

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Sicily's Secret Coastal Getaways

On rainy days like today, I imagine myself on a beach in Sicily. In my daydream, I can smell the fresh sea breeze. Sun is glinting off of the...

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4 Ways You Can Savor the Sicily Real Italians Love

There's something about Sicily...  It's both Italian and tantalizingly foreign. In Sicily, you might: * slumber inside an ancient convent * sip red...

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Spectacular Sicily

I love all of Italy. But, I have to confess: Sicily is especially spectacular. In Favignana, you can bask on a sailboat -- bobbing in blue waters In...

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4 Secret Beaches in Southern Italy

Summer in Italy means two things: sole e mare — sun and sea. Italy borders salt water on three sides. With 7,600 kilometers of shoreline, it’s no...

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5 Secret Beaches You Need to See in Italy

Surrounded by the Mediterranean, Italy borders water on three sides. Italy in fact touches a total of 4 seas  – the Tyrrhenian to the west, the...

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