Though its Emilia-Romagna neighbors Bologna and Parma get all the culinary fame, and nearby Tuscany gets all the tourists, the medieval village of Brisighella offers gastronomic specialties of its own, along with plenty of history and charm.
Blessed with vast areas of wilderness, ancient hilltop villages, and gorgeous coastline, this region at the toe of Italy’s boot is more rustic – but no less captivating – than more popular places up north.
From prehistoric ruins to magical kingdoms and secret mountain pools, the Italian island of Sardinia is full of surprises beyond its superb beaches.
While crowds flock to Florence, they overlook this gem of a town in the southern Italian region of Puglia. Nomad Paola takes us on a walking tour of its graceful piazzas and stunning architecture.
Located in southern Italy at the heel of the boot, Puglia is known for its unique, conical stone houses called trulli. Nomad Paola shares her tips on where to go, what to see, and what to eat.
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.
Travel with World Nomads’ Sofia Levin to the Langhe & Roero region, situated in northwest Italy.
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.