Alta Maremma travel guide

Relais di Biserno, Maremma

In the realm of the ‘Super Tuscans’, Anna Blomefield shares the best places to eat and great accommodation choices for Tuscany’s gorgeous Alta Maremma area… Photos by Relais di Biserno   Where to eat & drink Osteria San Guido  The philosophy of the kitchen revolves around a respect for ingredients of the highest quality More...

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Sassicaia barrels tenuta san guido, Maremma, Tuscany
By Italia Travel & Life On Monday, March 11th, 2019
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Super Tuscany

Tuscany’s Alta Maremma – once a malaria-infested swamp – has become a mecca for hedonists the world over. Anna Blomefield finds out why… Photos by Anna Blomefield unless otherwise stated The vineyard at More...

Porto Antico, Genoa
By Italia Travel & Life On Monday, March 11th, 2019
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Piano and the Port

Renzo Piano was born in Genoa, and the famous Italian architect has been instrumental the regeneration of the city’s Old Port… Photos courtesy of Genoa Tourism and Sarah Rodrigues Porto Antico – Genoa’s More...

panoramic view from Spianata Castelletto
By Italia Travel & Life On Monday, March 11th, 2019
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Genoa La Superba: the city that won’t be beaten

The collapse of the Morandi bridge last year shocked the world, but Genoa is a resilient city, and a splendid one to visit. Sarah Rodrigues samples its delights… Photos courtesy of Genoa Tourism and Sarah Rodrigues Pasta More...

Venice lagoon sunset
By Italia Travel & Life On Monday, March 4th, 2019
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Forgotten islands of the Venice Lagoon

The Venice Lagoon contains more than a hundred islands – some small, some large; some natural, some man-made. Sara Scarpa invites us on an island-hopping expedition… Photos by Iain Reid Panorama of the Venetian More...

By Italia Travel & Life On Monday, March 4th, 2019
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Po Delta travel guide

Penny Wainwright shares some of the best places to eat and stay, and explores some of the Po Delta’s top sights and attractions Photos by Penny Wainwright What to see & do MyFeCard A MyFeCard gives over-18s More...

Looking across the reeds and islands of Sacca di Goro, Po Delta, Italy
By Italia Travel & Life On Monday, March 4th, 2019
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48 hours in the Po Delta

The mighty Po flows for 400 miles across Italy and in many ways defines the north of the country. Penny Wainwright visits the area where it meets the sea… Photos by Penny Wainwright Piazza Trento Trieste in Ferrara The More...

Statue of Ovid in Sulmona
By Italia Travel & Life On Tuesday, February 5th, 2019
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A poet at the world’s edge

Ovid was born in Sulmona, in the province of L’Aquila, but was destined to die far from home. Joe Gartman tells his story… Photos by Patricia Gartman unless otherwise stated Statue of Ovid in Sulmona. By Getty More...

Old Town Of Vieste, Gargano Peninsula, Apulia region, Italy, Europe
By Italia Travel & Life On Tuesday, January 29th, 2019
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Five reasons to visit Puglia

As if you needed any more reason to take a trip to this sun-drenched southern region, here are five excuses to pack your bags and book that plane! Photos by Puglia Holiday Rentals 1 Puglia is one of the largest More...

Train
By Italia Travel & Life On Tuesday, January 29th, 2019
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Making Tracks, Part 5: Milan to Genoa

Two decades ago Rachael Martin arrived in Italy, exploring the country by rail and dreaming of rooms with a view. Twenty years, one Italian husband and two kids later, she still has the memories of those first voyages More...