Italy's Unique Destinations 🇮🇹

Guides & insider travel tips to Italy's most unique destinations ❤️
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Come walk the streets with us ❤️ we'll browse the fresh produce market, buy a wurstel for lunch, visit Ötzi the Iceman and sip on Hugo Spritzes on Piazza Walter...

Alto Adige

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'Verona is a sunny 1970s postcard or even an Italian romcom. It oozes golden style and romance from every renaissance statue and gurgling marble fountain. Cypress-lined river-banks and tucked-away piazze with a serenely content air make you realise why Shakespeare chose this city for his most romantic lovestory of all time.' 2 nights is all it takes to fall in love with this city ❤️ here's our guide...
'There's something special about a city that shrugs the traffic and tourists from her shoulders at the end of the day and settles back to her true personality. This is Venice. The day is summer, the season is winter. Fairy-tale, sun-drenched canals begin to feel damp and a low mist swirls above the waters and into every piazza. Canal Grande's pink lampposts shine brighter in the mist knowing a glamorous world of theatre, parties and concerts awaits behind closed doors... '
The town of Conegliano in the Province of Treviso, near Venice, is of the most influential of regional cities. The city sprawls put from a central hill where a 10th century castle surrounded by cypress trees takes centre stage seen from the 'centro' below. Conegliano has become a popular hub for commerce and industry in recent years but somehow a homely, small-town feeling still hangs about it's porticoed streets... come discover all it has to offer as Prosecco Capital and more...

Veneto

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One to return, two for love, three for marriage ❤️With 5.4 million visitors a year, you can imagine how many lucky coins touch the Travertine Trevi Fountain floor every day, so where do they all go? Find out and follow us for The Italian Way 👌🏽🇮🇹 #rome #trevi #traveltip
While the Eternal City buzzes with enough history, art and culture to give us adults an overflowing must-see and do list, the things that float our boats don't float the kids'. So how do we keep them from miserably dragging their heels across the piazza or muttering 'boring' through the Vatican? Here's how:

Rome

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'22 years ago I packed a small tent, blow-up mattress, road map and Lonely Planet guidebook into my 'macchina rossa' and left Veneto for Tuscany. Long before Google Maps and phone photography, today's blog post is a collection of printed pics, golden moments and a slow drive down memory lane...

Tuscany

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Lake Garda is Italy's largest lake and also the most popular with 27 million visitors a year and counting! Garda's gets busy so if you love lounging on empty 'piazze' and driving the bond-famous roads without traffic, choose your holidays wisely - here's our guide:
'The small town of Menaggio sits pretty on the western shores of Lake Como in a central position. While Menaggio is a glorious spot with everything you'd expect, this little town is often overlooked as a stop on the Como 'must see' list...'

Lakes

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A winding stretch of 50km leaves Sorrento to follow the coast. It's not a grand road nor a particularly smooth one but more than 5 million visitors flock here every year and queue along la strada statale 163 Amalfitana gazing at some of the most jaw-droppingly famous views in Italy while they wait to get into Salerno and Positano. It's delectable - sea breeze blows through the windows and Amalfi sunshine sparkles on the sea but there's more to see here and most of it lies off the beaten track...

Amalfi Coast

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The 2.5 mile length of Canal Grande cuts through Venice like a lazy snake and to cross it there are only four bridges, but fear not! As busy as the bridges become, you can always count on a Venetian's preferred method of transport - the boat. Or can you?

Venice

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In Italy the borgo is a cherished place - ancient and characteristic, these tiny communities are everywhere but were never truly appreciated until RAI (Italy's principle TV channel) put them on the map with their programme "Il Borgo dei Borghi"👌🏽 There's even a list of the most beautiful borghi in Italy!  What's a borgo? Tap into our blog The Italian Way with unique destinations, inside foodie tips and regional recipes 🇮🇹  #italytravelinspiration #italiansummer #italy
An Italian Borgo 🇮🇹
In Italy the borgo is a cherished place - ancient and characteristic, these tiny communities are everywhere but were never truly appreciated until RAI (Italy's principle TV channel) put them on the map with their programme "Il Borgo dei Borghi"👌🏽 There's even a list of the most beautiful borghi in Italy! What's a borgo? Tap into our blog The Italian Way with unique destinations, inside foodie tips and regional recipes 🇮🇹 #italytravelinspiration #italiansummer #italy
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MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
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Modena's Historical Market - Mercato Albinelli
Market shopping forms the cornerstone of Italy's culinary culture and in foodie city, Modena, this historical, indoor market is close to celebrating its 100th birthday... Its here at 7 o'clock in the morning, you'll find restaurant chefs brushing shoulders with busy nonne in search of the freshest produce of the day, you may even bump into Massimo Bottura from Osteria Francescana! All the delicious regional foods and wines you simply must sample are in our post... 👌🏽🇮🇹
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Trevi Fountain - The Real Reason You Should Toss a Coin 🪙
One to return, two for love, three for marriage ❤️With 5.4 million visitors a year, you can imagine how many lucky coins touch the Travertine Trevi Fountain floor every day, so where do they all go? Find out and follow us for The Italian Way 👌🏽🇮🇹 #rome #trevi #traveltip
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Verona for the Weekend ❤️
'Verona is a sunny 1970s postcard or even an Italian romcom. It oozes golden style and romance from every renaissance statue and gurgling marble fountain. Cypress-lined river-banks and tucked-away piazze with a serenely content air make you realise why Shakespeare chose this city for his most romantic lovestory of all time.' 2 nights is all it takes to fall in love with this city ❤️ here's our guide...
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Come walk the streets with us ❤️ we'll browse the fresh produce market, buy a wurstel for lunch, visit Ötzi the Iceman and sip on Hugo Spritzes on Piazza Walter... Fresh Produce Market, Ötzi The Iceman, Traditional Market, Green Pasture, Spritz, Public Transport, The Fresh, Verona
The City of Bolzano's Traditional Market
Come walk the streets with us ❤️ we'll browse the fresh produce market, buy a wurstel for lunch, visit Ötzi the Iceman and sip on Hugo Spritzes on Piazza Walter...
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MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
12 Reasons to Visit Venice in Winter... the most enchanting season...
'There's something special about a city that shrugs the traffic and tourists from her shoulders at the end of the day and settles back to her true personality. This is Venice. The day is summer, the season is winter. Fairy-tale, sun-drenched canals begin to feel damp and a low mist swirls above the waters and into every piazza. Canal Grande's pink lampposts shine brighter in the mist knowing a glamorous world of theatre, parties and concerts awaits behind closed doors... '
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MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Conegliano, Veneto - Prosecco Capital 🥂
The town of Conegliano in the Province of Treviso, near Venice, is of the most influential of regional cities. The city sprawls put from a central hill where a 10th century castle surrounded by cypress trees takes centre stage seen from the 'centro' below. Conegliano has become a popular hub for commerce and industry in recent years but somehow a homely, small-town feeling still hangs about it's porticoed streets... come discover all it has to offer as Prosecco Capital and more...
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MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Bologna's Little Window - 'La Finestrella'
Bologna is a city bursting in riches, it's known as Italy's capitale gastronomica (foodie capital) with art, culture, history and a buzzing student heritage, in 1998, a little window was opened onto a piece of historic canal simply adding to the long list of Bologna's 'must see's. 'Little Venice' is the name given to this part of town where ancient canals flow between the rust and ochre-hued houses, passing under bridges to paint the quaintest picture....
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MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Lake Garda - The Best Time to Visit 🇮🇹
Lake Garda is Italy's largest lake and also the most popular with 27 million visitors a year and counting! Garda's gets busy so if you love lounging on empty 'piazze' and driving the bond-famous roads without traffic, choose your holidays wisely - here's our guide:
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MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
The Bàcari of Venice - A guide to Venice's oldest drinking holes 🍷
Discover 6 of the best including where Casanova allegedly took his first dates... ❤️
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Romantic Italian streets at night in Serravalle Udine, Austro Hungarian, Trieste, Hamlet, Duomo, Pilgrimage
The Ancient Hub of Serravalle, Veneto 🇮🇹
Step into Serravalle and step into history for this small, walled hamlet used to be one of the most important hubs of commerce in Venice's bygone Serenissima Republic. Touches of Renaissance and Medieval grandeur line the Istrian-stone Piazza Flaminio where conversation, food, friendship and playing children have filled the place for millennia. Discover what's on, where to stay and why to visit this beautiful corner of north Italy...
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MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
While the Eternal City buzzes with enough history, art and culture to give us adults an overflowing must-see and do list, the things that float our boats don't float the kids'. So how do we keep them from miserably dragging their heels across the piazza or muttering 'boring' through the Vatican? Here's how: Roma Card, Rome Pizza, Ancient Rome Kids, Metro System, Museum Tours, Family Tour, Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel
Kids in Rome? Top tips plus a list of where to take them... 🏛
While the Eternal City buzzes with enough history, art and culture to give us adults an overflowing must-see and do list, the things that float our boats don't float the kids'. So how do we keep them from miserably dragging their heels across the piazza or muttering 'boring' through the Vatican? Here's how:
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MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way