For residents of Venice, staying is a form of resistance, and anything worth doing is worth doing slowly.
At a festival in an Italian town, Kerry Rose Graning learns that you can cherish an experience even as you let it go.
Stumbling on a Peruvian religious procession in Bologna, Shaun Busuttil learns that Italy is more multicultural than he thought.
Looking for magic in the city of bridges, Kelly Memphis gets more of Venice than she bargained for.
In the Italian Dolomites, two new fathers honor their need for challenge without compromising what matters most.
Listen to Episode 11 of The World Nomads Podcast. We explore Italy beyond the obvious, the sandwich that's a real tear jerker and advice for taking a good Instagram shot.
Tri Phan Quoc cooks up a storm in Italy’s famous Emilia-Romagna region, and gets a lesson from a local on how to make fresh pasta from scratch.
Sofia Levin shares a visual poem, inspired by her culinary travels through the region of Langhe & Roero in northwest Italy.
Join Tri Phan Quoc as he travels to the foodie paradise of Italy, where he meets a local wine producer and explores the magical vineyards.
Travel with World Nomads’ Sofia Levin to the Langhe & Roero region, situated in the northwest Italy.
Join Elena Valeriote as she takes on the rough Italian seas off Cinque Terre’s coast, where she meets two local fishermen.