Just in time for the holidays, the Colosseum’s quinto ordine, or top fifth floor, has been renovated and finally opened to the public in early November.
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A visit to Lago di Como is not complete without a stop at Villa Balbaniello. Set on a romantic peninsula on the south-west brank of the lake in Lenno, the property is as stunning as its history interesting. Whether you are passionate about pristine gardens, European history, antique furniture, romantic panoramas or intrepid world travel, this is a visit not to miss.
Rome is home to countless treasures. From artistic masterpieces to religious monuments and historical wonders, the Eternal City offers an endless list of experiences for travelers. One of these priceless experiences is attending the Papal Audience.
This weekend, the city of Venice kicked off Carnival season with Il Volo dell’Angelo or “Flight of the Angel.” The spectacle, witnessed by hundreds of thousands of onlookers, was held in St. Mark’s Square, the central and most historic area of the city.
Southern Italy is known for many things: stunning coastlines, blue seas, fresh seafood, handmade pasta, and so on; but world class wine is not often at the top of the list. However, in reality southern Italy produces some of the best wines in the country. Campania, the second most southern region in Italy, is home to several excellent wineries which in recent years are being acknowledged by the global wine community.