5 must-visit Italian hilltop towns to appreciate a slower pace of life

Many of us live in large, bustling cities. We’re always on the move and try to make the most of every minute (especially when we travel!). Adjusting to a slower pace of life, as the Coronavirus has forced many of us to do, can be challenging. But a slower pace of life isn’t always a bad thing. 

Make pizza with an Italian chef: Kids’ virtual activity

Two young girls making fresh pizza. One of them is hiding her eyes with salami.
As a part of our new “World at Home” series, we’re bringing you the world’s most incredible experiences, LIVE via Facebook and straight to your living room! It’s our way to help you live the joys of travel at a time when travel is on the back-burner.  If you missed our cooking class with...

Authentic cooking at home: Florence fresh pasta recipe

As a part of our new “World at Home” series, we’re bringing you the world’s most incredible experiences, LIVE via Facebook and straight to your living room! It’s our way to help you live the joys of travel at a time when travel is on the back-burner.  If you missed our LIVE cooking class...

7 Italian films to make you feel like you’re in Italy

Dreaming of a trip to Italy? Travel might be on hold, but you can still get a taste of the Mediterranean country, from its tranquil islands to the busy streets of Rome, with these must-see movies. You’ll feel like you’re living “la dolce vita” in no time.  1....

48 hours in Florence

The birthplace of the Renaissance and home to famous art, architecture, and some of the world’s most delicious food and drink, Florence is a living, breathing masterpiece. Sure, 48 hours will never truly be enough, but here’s the best of where to go and what to do (and eat!) while you’re there. Day 1 9:00 AM Buongiorno, sunshine. Start your day at...