What better way to celebrate love than by rambling through the land that practically invented romance? Become doe-eyed in the home of Chianti, lose yourselves along Tuscan hills or become the stars of your very own Renaissance painting.
Torino and the vineyard landscapes of Piemonte: Langhe-Roero and Monferrato UNESCO World Heritage Sites have plenty of events taking place throughout 2017, covering food and wine to historical anniversaries.
Piemonte and Torino have plenty of attractions on offer for winter lovers: from snow activities in five ski districts and 12 snow parks to art, culture and many city break inspirations.
September is the new summer, when clever travellers take advantage of shoulder season rates, avoid the crowds and school holidays, and experience an unforgettable, sunny retreat.
If you are looking for a great destination where to learn Italian with an experiential language course, Sardinia is a great option.
Spring is a time of re-birth in Liguria. Locals walk along tree-lined promenades by the seafront, mountain bikers take to the Ligurian hills, and the air is filled with the scent of festivities and celebrations.
The inspiring new Slow Travel Fest, taking place in and around medieval Monteriggioni, near Siena in Italy from October 9 to 11, is offering walkers of all levels some unique propositions, as well as the chance to explore stunning Tuscan landscapes and the ancient pilgrim route - the Via Francigena.
Liguria, otherwise known as the ‘Italian Riviera’, in north west Italy, is known for its high quality olive production.
Liguria, otherwise known as the Italian Riviera, in North West Italy is a long narrow coastal region boasting some of the most stunning panoramas in Italy.
Long-standing traditions and customs continue to play a significant role in many towns and villages across the Tirol region during the summer months.
Families looking for alternative Easter holiday ideas can head to the shores of the Italian region of Liguria for a whale watching short break.
There are numerous advantages to late season skiing – warmer and sunnier days, quieter slopes and shorter lift queues, as well as lower hotel rates and ski passes – but this year, there's the added benefit of great snow.
A new trail running race is set to launch through the vineyards of the Italian Riviera this March. The 47km trail is ideal for those with a good level of fitness looking for a new challenge in a stunning setting.
Monteverdi Tuscany has announced the launch of a Cooking Academy in the idyllic hilltop village destination of Castiglioncello del Trinoro.
Take in the immaculate white beaches, turquoise waters and rugged cliffs Sardinia has to offer with a stay at Eurocamp's new Bella Sardinia parc. And with prices starting from just £350 per party in May half term – an Italian island escape for all the family is well within reach.
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