Italy Travel Articles
Mamma Mia! Experiencing the Unexpected in Rome Dee Andrews tells of an unexpected lunch date in Rome, reminding us to spontaneous - you never know what is awaiting you just around the corner. Great Expectations – Europe Caroline Selwyn compiles a list of Europe’s greatest anti-climaxes and tourist traps. Munich to Merano and Back The Italians call Munich the northernmost Italian city, so why not start your trip to South Tyrol, Italy there? The Dolomites are just a stunning drive away from Germany. One Day in Rome If you are just passing through Rome or have a layover at the airport, take these suggestions of what to do, what to see, and what to eat in a whirlwind tour of this eternal city. Spaghettiquette: Learning to Eat Spaghetti on the Road Suzanne Geudeke learns to eat spaghetti from a truck driver in Italy, who is very forgiving when she breaks one of the main rules of "spaghettiquette." Italian Islands: Choose The Best One For You Not everyone realizes that Italy has several strings of islands, and each can be quite different for the visitor. Christine Cantera gives us the highlights of the best ones that you should consider for yourself. Tuscan Soul Food – Tuscany, Italy The author invites you to join her in learning how to make Italian food from scratch in an authentic Tuscan kitchen. Flooded with Memories of Winter in Venice, Italy Amy Siqveland discovered that as charming as it usually is, Venice can look a bit different when it's flooded and you don't have your luggage. My First Marathon – Pisa, Italy John Guzdek naively thought it was a good idea to run his first marathon in the sweltering heat of the Tuscan countryside, however, the beautiful countryside would more than make up for it. Going Solo in Otranto, Italy Jean P. Moore took a solo trip to Otranto, Italy with the hopes of learning some Italian, and even though it was challenging the trip was a great success in many ways.