Federico Fellini’s award-winning film La Dolce Vita revealed another side of Rome’s golden era, when actors and artists flocked to the Eternal City’s streets, searching for a bit of the “sweet life.” Here, learn about how you can follow in the famous director’s footsteps while you’re on tour in Rome.
Our traveler Verna H. chose to extend her tour, Food & Wine: Flavors of Tuscany & Umbria, by arriving in Florence a few days early. From Florence, she and a few of her travel companions spent some time in Venice.
Tuscany and Umbria are home to charming medieval towns and quaint, picturesque scenery. Combine that with an exploration of Tuscany's signature Brunello wines and Umbria's savory truffles, and you'll get a glimpse—through Jimmy's eyes—of how multi-sensory Italy can be.
On this sweeping tour of Italy, travelers explore legendary cities like Venice, Florence and Rome, as well as smaller, extraordinarily charming towns like Assisi and Bologna. From food and wine to art and history, follow along as Jimmy indulges in all things Italia on the Grand Tour of Italy.
Giada is our guru on all things Italy, so naturally we turned to her when we were looking for tips on where to go in her home country in 2014. Check out her suggestions on where to go for a new perspective of the beloved country.
Dianne Hales leads an amazing life—contributing editor for national magazines, awards from the American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychological Association, and the National Women’s Political Caucus, writer of a best-selling college-level textbook, published author whose works have been translated in 20 languages—and we’re absolutely thrilled she’s adding another title to her collection: