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.
In this episode of Passport and Plate, Tri Phan learns how the Italian’s produce Parmigiano and Prosciutto in Italy’s famous Emilia-Romagna region.
In this episode of Passport and Plate, Sofia shares her visual poem, At Home in Langhe, inspired by her culinary travels through north-western Italy.
In this episode of Passport and Plate Italy, Sofia indulges in one of her most giddying pleasures – cheese. Can she find the north-western region of Italy’s best formaggi?
In this episode of Passport and Plate Italy, Sofia throws herself into the rolling hills of North-Western Italy, with vineyards and hazelnut groves all around.
In this episode of Passport and Plate Italy, Elena takes to the seas to get to know two of Cinque Terre's local fishermen - both of whom are named Beppe.
In this episode of Passport and Plate Italy, Nomad Elena explores how agriculture has thrived in seaside Cinque Terre despite the rugged mountain landscape.
Follow traveler Elena Valeriote to the top of the cliffs in Cinque Terre, where she learns to cook using age-old traditional methods.
Despite the language hurdle most travelers face in Italy, it's an easy country to visit, even if you've never been outside your home country before. Here are a few things handy to know before you step out of the airport.
Don some breeches and watch the jousters charge at Grande iazza in Arezzo, Italy, for the Joust of the Saracen.