HOLIDAYS IN ITALY

Pollara: a beautiful sunset, caught between the sky and the sea

On Salina, an island in the municipality of Malfa, a thin strip of land made of stones and gravel – the remains of an...

Palazzo Daniele: art, minimalism and history

Gagliano del Capo, a small town in Salento on the southernmost tip of Apulia, is one of the most beautiful places in Italy. One...

Palazzo Scanderbeg: a historical residence at the heart of Rome

Palazzo Scanderbeg is located in the square of the same name, right at the heart of Rome, just a stone’s throw from the splendid...

Belmonte Calabro and the passion of seven young men

In a recent interview with Italian daily newspaper “la Repubblica”, Giuseppe Suriano – one of the seven young entrepreneurs who have brought back to...

The Roar of Italian Heritage

Perfect for anyone who loves classic car mechanics, design and history, The Roar of Italian Heritage is a 100% Made-in-Italy travel experience by Italian...

Sassolungo and the view Messner conquered

Reinhold Messner was twenty-five when he climbed to the top of Sassolungo, the highest peak in the massif of the same name, in the...

Furore: a hidden pearl on the Amalfi Coast

The houses built in Furore – a small town hidden away on the Amalfi Coast, in the province of Salerno – are called “monazeni”,...

Borgo San Felice, relax at the heart of Chianti Classico

Since 1992, Borgo San Felice – part of the municipality of Castelnuovo Berardenga, in the province of Siena – has become an incredible “albergo...

Villa Horti della Fasanara

Villa Horti della Fasanara is a luxury boutique hotel in one of Ferrara’s most romantic and charming locations, inside what once was the House of...

Savona 18 Suites, popular housing reinvented by Aldo Cibic

Once upon a time, Milan built popular housing around central courtyards, known as case di ringhiera because of the long balconies that ran the...

The newfound history of Gran Caffè Quadri

At the beginning of 2018, Gran Caffè Quadri – which the Padua Alajmo family has managed for some twenty years – came back to...

The Stanghe waterfalls, a wonder of water and marble

Once upon a time, there was a little stream that quietly flowed, for thousands of years, on a bed of marble, penetrating in the...

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The Palazzina di Caccia of Stupinigi, near Turin, was designed by Filippo Juvarra and built in 1729; between the 18th and 19th...

Pietro Piffetti: the king of fine cabinetry

by Barbara Palladino His creations sum up every magnificence of 18th-century Baroque style: Pietro Piffetti was one of the most famous and...

Gabinetto del Segreto Maneggio degli Affari di Stato: a triumph of decorative art

by Barbara Palladino Inside Turin’s Royal Palace is one of the gems of 18th-century Baroque art: the Gabinetto del Segreto Maneggio degli...

Antonio Stradivari: the legend and myth of perfect sound

by Barbara Palladino The Stradivarius violin is renowned as the perfect musical instrument. Playing one is a dream come true for any...