Milan is widely considered Italy’s most international city; it should come as no surprise then, that the culinary scene reflects the city’s flair for exotic flavors and tastes.
A walk through a food market in Italy is enough to make anyone envious of the delicious produce on display. Tomatoes burst with flavour, and seasonal fruit and vegetables actually taste as they're supposed to, rather than the pale imitations found in many supermarkets.
Puglia is the southern region that forms the "heel" of the Italian boot. It is famous for its white hill villages, for the centenary olive fields and for the hundreds of kilometers of Mediterranean coast.
What’s the purpose of your vacation? A sight-seeing adventure, a shopping spree or the pursuit of romance?
These 6 practical tips cover the basics of healthy eating and can help you make healthier choices. The key to a healthy diet is to eat the right amount of calories for how active you are so you balance the energy you consume with the energy you use.
Every step you take towards eco-friendly living is one that helps the world. Not all “green” gestures are equally efficient, though environmentally speaking.
Travelers can discover much about a region's history and landscape from its dishes. Take a culinary tour around Europe's most famous boot-shaped country.
When it comes to body language, Italians simply rule. A gesture is more valuable than a thousand words. As we talk, our hands fly in the air making unmistakable signs.
Outstanding sites, spectacular natural wonders, great food and idyllic beaches. Italy is shines with magic.