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Alghero, Sardinia - Alghero, Sardinia, Italy is arguably the most beautiful town in Sardinia, still relatively unscathed by the tourist trail. Sitting on a rocky ledge above the sea, this former Catalan and Aragonese fishing port is known for its beautiful beaches, good food, and warm locals, a lot of which still speak mostly in Catalan. Palm trees and flowers cover the edges of the town, especially during the summer.
At the heart of Alghero is the Citta Vecchia, an old town enclosed in stonewall and surrounde Read More

Amalfi - Amalfi, Italy  is a small historic town in the Campania region of Italy on the Gulf of Salerno. Formerly a maritime republic, this town was an important trading center during the Roman and Byzantine Empire dominating markets in silk, perfume, valuable carpets, and spices. Sitting at the foot of Monte Carreto, Amalfi opens onto a harbor at the mouth of a deep ravine and is surrounded by coastal sceneries and picturesque landscapes.
During the 1920s and the 1930s, Amalfi became a popular d Read More

Cagliari, Sardinia - Italy

Cagliari, Sardinia - Cagliari, Italy is the capital of Sardinia, located on the southern part of the island. While this historic city traces its origins to the Roman and Phoenician times, it has developed into a modern 20th century city complete with suburbs, contemporary buildings, a bustling nightlife, and may even be a bit touristy for some.
A medieval town, called Castello, still remains to be the heart of this city, however; it is situated on a narrow hill from north to south where travelers can walk throu Read More

Capri, Italy

Capri - Capri, Italy is a favorite holiday destination for luxury travelers. Luxury hotels and the best restaurants are found throughout Capri. Luxury, boutique hotels abound as do small, autentic Capri restaurants. See our reviews below to see which are the best hotels and best restaurants in Capri, let us be your Capri trip advisor. A few must sees are JK Place and Villa Marina, both small luxury, boutique hotels. For Read More

Costa Smeralda, Sardinia - Italy

Costa Smeralda, Sardinia - Costa Smeralda, Italy is located north east of Sardinia and has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, notably Cappriccioli, Liscia Ruia and Romazzino. Translated as “Emerald Coast,” Costa Smeralda attracts some of the richest people in Europe especially during July and August. Here, the sand is pinkish white and the waters are pristine blue. Idyllic bays can be reached by boat and day trips can be arranged to go snorkeling at the La Maddalena archipelago, which has 27 islands. Read More

Florence, Italy

Florence - If you are looking for a restaurant in Florence or a Florence hotel then look no further than the pages below. Florence is located about 170 miles north of Rome and is home to many restaurants, many of which I could call my favorite restaurant in Florence. My favorite sushi restaurant in Florence is Momoyama and my favorite fine dining restaurant in Florence is San Michele. When it comes to casual dining in Florence, my favorite restaurant in Florence is Trattoria Za Za or Paoli. Another g Read More

Naples, Italy

Naples - Naples, Italy is the capital of the Campania region and the province of Naples in Italy. Over 2,800 years old, this historic city has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known in the world for its art, culture, and cuisine. Pizza, one of Italy’s most beloved foods, originated in Naples; it is taken very seriously by the locals that they have reinstated a law to ensure its authenticity when served in trattorias or restaurants.
There are many things to do and see in Naples, Read More

Nerano, Italy

Nerano - Nerano, Italy is a small fishing village located between the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento. Enchanted by the village’s beauty, Emperor Tiberio Nerone built a villa in this area and called the village Neronianum, which eventually became known as Nerano.
While it is small and charming, the sites to see here are abundant: the beautiful beach Marina del Cantone, the fiord of Crapolla, the Natural Marine Reserve of Punta Campanella, Jeranto Bay, the Grotta delle Noglie, historic towers and houses Read More

Orvieto, Italy

Orvieto - Orvieto, Italy is a city in Umbria founded by the Etruscans and was designed to be impenetrable by invaders. It sits on top of a steep 1000-meter cliff made of volcanic ash tone called tufa. A unique city, Orvieto is known for its Etruscan ruins, medieval structures, one of the world’s greatest cathedrals, the Duomo, and for their local wine, Orvieto Classico.
Besides the historical and cultural sites to see, Orvieto also offers a wide range of restaurants from budget to mid-range and t Read More

Palermo, Sicily - Italy

Palermo, Sicily - Palermo, Sicily, Italy is the capital of Italy’s main island Sicily. Located on the north-western coast of the island, Palermo has everything any picky traveler requires: cultural attractions, historical sites, art galleries and museums, abundant markets, commercial and business districts, diverse restaurants, luxury hotels, happenings clubs, exceptional views, and magnificent architectural structures. Because it is a busy city frequented by tourists, however, Palermo became notorious for bei Read More

Leaning Tower of Pisa - Pisa, Italy

Pisa - Pisa, Tuscany, Italy is a city in Tuscany, Italy and perhaps best known for the famous leaning tower of Pisa where, it has been rumored, Galileo dropped two cannon balls from atop as an experiment, proving that objects of different masses fall at the same rate. The tower of Pisa is just the tip of the iceberg, however; marvelous architecture and a rich art and cultural heritage abound in this alluring city.
The city center itself is quite small and thus most of the places worth seeing can be Read More

Ravello, Italy

Ravello - Ravello, Italy is a small town located on the cliffs above Amalfi Coast in the Salerno, Campania province of Italy. It was an important trading center of the Maritime Republic of Amalfi in the 9th through 13th century. With roughly only 2,500 inhabitants today, happenings and events are somewhat limited here, but nonetheless, a great place to gain some peace of mind and an authentically pleasurable and luxurious time.
A peaceful and friendly town, Ravello is a lovely getaway from the bus Read More

Rome, Italy

Rome - Rome, Italy is the capital of Italy and to many, the best city in Italy. Rome is known for its art, museums, galleries, cathedrals, luxury shopping, cafes and restaurants, everything from casual dining to five-star restaurants and of course luxury and five-star hotels.
Whether this is your first time to Rome or you travel to Rome regularly, you will find there is something for everyone. During my trips to Rome, I have had the opportunity to write many different travel reviews, luxury, bo Read More

Seina, Italy

Siena - Siena, Italy  (also spelled as Sienna in English) is a medieval city in Tuscany, Italy, declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. A capital of the province of Siena, the city of Siena is made of brick walls, stone alleys, tiled roofs, and magnificent Gothic palaces—a sight to behold, indeed, especially from a vantage point (preferably from the Palazzo Pubblico’s tower). It has a proud past, being a wealthy independent city-state that had an appetite for war and violence in the Middle Age Read More

Sorrento, Italy

Sorrento - Sorrento, Italy is a small city in the region of Campania, Italy, and a popular tourist destination. Overlooking the Bay of Naples, Vesuvius, Pompeii, and the island of Capri, Sorrento is a beautiful place, albeit overcrowded during peak seasons.
A wonderfully laid-back place, perfect for sight-seeing and people-watching, Sorrento has a wide array of dining options and luxury hotel accommodations. It has been a favorite getaway of artists and writers seeking for inspiration. Historica Read More

Taormina, Italy

Taormina - Taormina, Italy is a fashionable hillside town located on the east coast of Sicily, with some of the best restaurants and best hotels in this part of Italy. Taormina is a small town that primarily caters to the upper crust bracket, Taormina is home to some of Italy’s finest chic and trendy restaurants and five star hotels. Read our luxury hotel and restaurants reviews below to see which are the best restaurants and best hotels in Read More

Tuscany Region - The Tuscany Region is located in Central Italy and covers roughly 8,900 square miles including its capital, Florence. Tuscany is well known for its contributions to the art world and its countless wineries and Tuscany restaurants.
We have visited Tuscany on a number of occasions to tour the gorgeous landscape, taste wine and visit some Tuscany restaurants. While we have not come close to visiting all the Tuscany restaurants, we have hit enough to say at you would not be disappointed by what most any Read More

Venice - Venice, Italy is one of the most fascinating destinations in the world and a popular choice among honeymooners who desire five star hotel luxury. Dating back to 827, this enchanting city located on a lagoon has one of the richest cultural and historical heritages in the world; little has changed about its structure and façade for over six hundred years. While it has decayed in the past decades because of heavy tourist traffic, its ability to inspire magic and awe remains.
Textbook must-se Read More

Verona, Italy

Verona - Verona, Italy is located in the north east region of Veneto, Italy, and perhaps best known as the setting for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. It is considered to be a more relaxed and less tourist-populated alternative to Venice, which is close by.
Endearingly called, aspicolla Roma, or “little Rome,” Verona’s golden era was in the 13th and 14th century under the Scaligeri (or Della Scala) family, known for its savage family feuding which was portrayed and popularized in Shakespear Read More

Sunset on Vulacano Island

Vulcano - Vulcano Island, Italy - Vulcano, is one of the Aeolian Islands, a volcanic archipelago in the Tyrrhenian Sea north of Sicily. The other islands include Salina, Stromboli, Filicudi, Alicudi, Panarea and Basiluzzo. Vulcano is the island closest to the Sicilian mainland. Ferries and hydrofoils stop here before going on to the other islands. Vulcano also has the best beaches in the Aeolians, if you don't mind black volcanic sands. In addition to the beautiful beaches, Vulcano is also home to th Read More

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