Category: Italy

5 of Rome's most romantic spots

5 of Rome’s most romantic spots

The city of Rome, with its scattered remains of ancient history, abounding sunshine, cobblestone streets and incandescent fountains, is the perfect setting for love. Whether you are in the mood for a sitting over a morning cappuccino, climbing to captivating city views, or lingering in a small secluded piazza, these places will most certainly elicit […]

Top 5 child-friendly 'eco' resorts in Europe

Top 5 child-friendly ‘eco’ resorts in Europe

With children in tow, there are many extra things to consider when planning a trip abroad. Additional luggage allowance for the inevitable entourage of teddies and sterilisers; timing flights so that you’re not travelling with sleep-deprived toddlers; ensuring that you book somewhere that will be sunny enough for the adults but not hot enough to […]

10 lakeshore villas for an unforgettable Spring getaway

10 lakeshore villas for an unforgettable Spring getaway

Spring is round the corner and, as the days get longer and the temperatures warmer, it is the perfect time of the year to plan a vacation by the lake. From Lazio to Tuscany to the lake region in Lombardy, Italy has a lot to offer when it comes to historical lakeshore properties, all of […]

A safe and undisturbed haven for the solo woman

A safe and undisturbed haven for the solo woman

The mountain town of San Candido is the perfect base camp for a solo woman to conquer the imposing UNESCO Dolomites or the soft green valleys that lie at their feet. What better way is there to savor the beauty, the silence and the fragrance of all that surrounds you? What time to leave, when […]

The 10 best day trips from Rome

The 10 best day trips from Rome

There’s so much to see in Rome that you could easily spend a week or two just wandering the streets and visiting countless churches, museums and ruins. But if you feel like getting out of the city – and if you’re there in the height of the summer, you will – you don’t need to […]

Mountain dining with views at Le Signal

Top 6 mountain restaurants in the Alps

One of the joys of a day’s skiing is a well deserved lunch at a restaurant on the mountain. Usually you’ve built up a good appetite and are ready for a re-fuelling stop. I’ve very rarely been disappointed but obviously some establishments are better than others. Here are six of my favourites. Le Signal, Val d’Isere, […]

Top 3 romantic destinations for 2016

Top 3 romantic destinations for 2016

So the mayhem of Valentine’s Day is over but why does romance only have to take place one month a year? Surely romance should happen all year round, especially as travelling can be one of the greatest joys to experience together. Eclectic cities like Paris and Rome are synonymous with love and romance and the […]

Top 5 reasons to discover South Tyrol

Top 5 reasons to discover South Tyrol

Where is this place you may ask? And not an easy question to answer! On the map we are in Italy but to the locals we are in Tyrol which is an Austrian region. The official language is German but a dialect is the most spoken. So, we are international? Or maybe lost in this […]

10 stunning rental properties for an unforgettable break this Spring

10 stunning rental properties for an unforgettable break this Spring

Spring is in the air… and it’s now time to think about your next holiday destination. Can’t wait for the summer? Then a tropical vacation is what you need. But if you love winter and want to hold on to the low temperatures a bit more, a mountain holiday might be better. No matter what […]

Top 10 cities for art lovers

Top 10 cities for art lovers

In the art capitals of the world, art is everywhere – not only in the famous galleries and churches, but even in the most unexpected places. Turn the corner in Rome to discover a shrine high in the wall, or a colourful mural under a bridge. If you’re visiting a city for the first time, […]

Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel Spa Pool

Europe’s best hotel with a spa

Sumptuous, dazzling opulence are the first words that come to mind when you enter the Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel in Rome. Its sprawling wellness sanctuary alone spans three entire floors! This beautiful, decadent hotel has deservedly won the prestigious Condé Nast Johansens Award For Excellence 2016, as the Best Hotel with Spa, in Europe […]

Top 3 luxury destinations to visit in 2016

Top 3 luxury destinations to visit in 2016

The new year is here and what better time to start thinking of new adventures for 2016! Luxury trend-setting travel clients are always keen to discover interesting or new and up and coming destinations. There are plenty of great destinations to visit but here are our top three recommendations: South Africa We’re noticing that the […]

10 amazing villas with private access to the sea

10 amazing villas with private access to the sea

Arriving at your holiday destination from the sea can be an amazing experience, as slowly approaching the coast gives you the chance to really savor the moment of arrival. These ten amazing properties around the world, from the Caribbean Sea to the Med and the Indian Ocean, offer the possibility of docking private yachts right […]

Top 7 luxury city breaks in Europe for 2016

Top 7 luxury city breaks in Europe for 2016

What’s on the travel horizon for you for 2016? Here are some of the most elegant and luxurious city breaks that Europe has to offer. It might just be time to plan your next getaway… 1. Dubrovnik, Croatia Surrounded by ancient city walls and azure water, the Old Town of this Croatian city holds an […]

6 of Rome's most romantic restaurants

6 of Rome’s most romantic restaurants

In many cases, the best restaurants in Rome are so concerned with their food, that they lack atmosphere. Since the entire city of Rome can be a stage for romance, it is important to find restaurants that not only serve great food, but also maintain and enhance the romantic mood of the city. Here are […]

7 reasons to visit Pompeii this year

7 reasons to visit Pompeii this year

Just a few years ago, the Italian government declared a “state of emergency” at Pompeii. The House of Gladiators collapsed, and the rest of the neglected ruins were also in danger. In 2016, however, the situation couldn’t be more different. This fascinating city has been rescued and undergone a €105 million transformation. After the Colosseum, […]

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