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Top 10 Museums In Florence
The best of the best in the birthplace of the Renaissance.
7 Lakes To Swoon Over In The Italian Lakes District
Glamorous Mediterranean joie de vivre meets alpine outdoorsiness.
The 12 Best Hotels In Rome 
Indulge in a dose of la dolce vita with a stay at one of Rome's best hotels across all price points.
The 14 Best Honeymoon Destinations
According to Journy's expert trip designers.
Italy With Kids: Best Places To Go & Travel Tips
Restaurants, activities, tips, dos and don'ts to give kids a dose of la dolce vita in Italy.
A Sommelier’s Top 5 Reasons To Visit Liguria, Italy
Cinque Terre is just the beginning.
The Founder of Puglia’s Most Respected Cooking School Wants You To Stop Thinking Of All Italian Food As The Same
A world of difference, from ingredients to ethos.
Chef Massimo Bottura On Self-Doubt, Breaking Rules and Keeping The Door Open For The Unexpected
How this famously passionate Italian chef arrived at the top of the world, and what he’s planning next.
The Journy Guide To Cinque Terre
Explore the best of the Cinque Terre with these insider tips.
Journy's Ultimate Milan Travel Guide
Explore the best of Milan with our insider tips.
The Journy Guide To Florence
Explore the best of Florence with our insider tips
Top 5 Artisan Souvenirs To Bring Back Home From Venice
Authentic, local artisan Venetian gifts your friends will cherish—plus where to find them.
How To Plan Your Multi-City Dream Trip To Italy
The best ways to spend 10-14 days in Italy — from must-sees to hidden gems
Trade The Amalfi Coast's Tourists For The Dolomite Mountains' Solitude
Discover the gems that lie north of the boot
The Journy Guide To Rome
Explore the best of Rome with our insider tips
A Day In Milan
Alessia Rizzetto Hospitality PR & Communications / Milan Food Expert / Ibiza Regular Alessia is a professional in food & wine PR. Her work with some of the greatest chefs of the world established a strong network of relations and affirmed her role as “food & wine expert” in her home base food scene of Milan. Whenever possible, Alessia flies to her second home in Ibiza, where she’s in the midst of some new food and music adventures. Here are her top picks for the ultimate day in Milano: Eat Bre
16 Best Food & Drink Spots In Milan
From local expert Meri Mura.
Breaking Through The Tourists In Venice
Venice is such a unique and special place that doesn’t need much description. It’s a city built on water, right on the ocean, and it’s insanely beautiful. In 2006, while I was working at Per Se, I was looking for a place to stage and had heard that Venice has great seafood. One of the sous chefs I was working with had worked in Italy for a long time, and through a series of connections I ended up spending 3 months at the Ristorante Al Covo, owned by Cesare and Diane Benelli. For many who visit
7 Must Visit Spots In Rome
Rome is one of my favorite places. Basically an open-air museum and one of the most fascinating cities in the world. Food and wine are central to Roman social life. Here is the list of my favorite places: La Pergola [https://plus.google.com/111457098864822137616/about?hl=en-US] (via Cadlolo 101 00136 Roma) Roma Cavalieri Hotel [http://www.romecavalieri.com/lapergola.php]It’s an easy choice since it’s a 3 star Michelin restaurant. Heinz Beck's cuisine is imaginative and creative based on a me
The Surprising Food Gifts You'll Find In Italian Supermarkets
Forget the plastic wrapped salumi, this is what Italians really eat
The Journy Guide To The Amalfi Coast and Capri
Explore the best of the Amalfi Coast with our insider tips
The City Dweller's Guide To Rome
Where Were You Born And Where Did You Spend Your Childhood? I was born and raised in a suburban town called West Windsor just outside of Princeton, New Jersey. When my parents moved there in the 1970s it was all farmland (NJ is the garden state, after all). Now it's mostly housing developments. It has its charms, but I dreamed of getting the hell out of there and living in NYC. I never did make it, but I'm okay with that. @katieparlaWhat Did You Want To Be When You Grew Up? I wanted to be a cit
Abruzzo: One Of Italy's Best Kept Secrets
Abruzzo is an area of Italy that people don’t typically think of. It’s on the Eastern Coast of Central Italy so it’s not far from either Rome or Florence, and it's one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been to. The vineyards in Abruzzo are situated between the Athenee mountains and the Adriatic sea. The Appenine mountains, including Gran Sasso, the highest peak south of the Alps, are snow capped for much of the year, and the Adriatic Sea is well-known for extraordinary fish. In the summer,
Eataly NYC’s Olive Oil Expert Shares His Insider Guide To Tuscany
Tuscany never ceases to amaze me. I've been traveling throughout the region over the past decade and continue to be inspired by the simple lifestyle, the architecture and the bountiful local cuisine. Here are a few highlights of the best places to stay, eat and shop. Nicholas ColemanMulinmaria [http://www.mulinmaria.com/] This charming 200-year-old villa is surrounded by 600 perfectly manicured olive trees. It is located just outside the city center of Arezzo, which makes day trips to Florence
Venturing Through Lazio To Find The Home of Italy's Famous Porchetta
Pork so good you won't mind taking a train, a car and a bus
Why You Should Visit Genoa, Italy's Other City On The Water
The city's gastronomic heritage is unparalleled.