Alberobello, Southern Italy, Puglia
It's all about "la dolce vita" in Italy's deep south. Belinda Luksic unravels the region's history, culture and food on a heart-stopping tour around Puglia.
Italy, Truffle hunting Italy, Piedmont

Keren Lavelle turns hunter and gatherer, and gets a taste for one of Italy’s most 

Chef Kondo Takahiko

As sous chef at Osteria Francescana, ranked No. 1 on the list of the World’s Best 50 …


It was the third straight day of rain. The cobblestone streets of Orta San Giulio, in …

Lake Como, Villa d'Este

Lake Como is one of the world’s most coveted and glamorous destinations. With natural …

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Italy itineraries

Rome, Italy
12-day itinerary // Italy

Day 1 - Welcome to Rome

You will be met on arrival at Rome’s …


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Weather to go

For a relatively small country, the weather differs significantly between northern and southern Italy. The north of Italy is flanked by the Alps and the Apennines, generating a harsh climate with brutally cold winters and hot, humid, summers.  The middle part of the country has a mild climate with little change seen between winters and summers, while the south of Italy and the islands winters are hardly noticeable.  Due to these differences the best time to visit depends on what region you are visiting, but the high seasons are May through early July and September & October.


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