Italy’s Best Carnival Parties

  Carnival, also known as carnevale or mardi gras, has been celebrated in Italy since the Middle Ages. If you are fascinated by the blending of Christian and pagan practice, and if you love a good party, you’ll enjoy a trip to Italy during the celebration of this festival, which marks the start of Lent. […]

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Explore Tuscan Wine with a Leading Wine Critic

  If you are coming to Tuscany with the intention of sampling the region’s excellent wines then we have an experience that can raise your tour from the level of the ordinary to the realm of the extraordinary. There’s no question that spending time with an expert can enhance your experience of whatever you are […]

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How to Find the Next Record-Breaking Masterpiece with ArtViva

Sex, Drugs and the Renaissance

So you’ve been on one or two Florence tours. You love the paintings, the sculptures, the architecture and the ambiance. Have you ever considered learning how to make money from your passion? This November Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi was sold at auction for a staggering $450.3 million. If you’ve ever wondered how one becomes […]

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How to Pop the Question in the World’s Most Romantic Country

If you’ve spent long, fruitless hours searching the internet for that perfect proposal idea, and you’re banging your head against a wall in frustration, we have a solution. For those who want to make sure that popping the question is an event that you will both remember for the rest of your lives then there’s […]

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An After-Hours Treat: The Vatican by Night

  When you arrive in Rome you’ll soon realize that you can choose from a plethora of Vatican tours that are offered to the city’s tourists. While these tours will save you time in the long queues and will give you a structured visit to an overwhelming attraction, you might be looking for something a […]

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Christmas in Italy? Our Favourite Destinations

Everyone will tell you that Christmas in Italy is a magical time, and I would not hesitate to agree. Yuletide visitors get to enjoy the twinkling lights and tasteful city decorations that enhance the already charming historic centres. Italians extend their celebrations through the Feast of Epiphany (also known as Twelfth Night), so those visitors […]

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