Italy Travel Coverage
In Busy Rome, a Hotel That’s an Oasis
The NH Collection Palazzo Cinquecento is comfortable and calm — and close to the bustling Termini Station. But cost-cutting measures are noticeable.
By ADAM H. GRAHAM
- October 26, 2017 Global Shopping
Revisiting the Classics of Milan Shopping
The city’s shopkeepers retain an old-fashioned approach to customer service, treating each decision of taste as an act of collaboration.
A Visit to Italian Villages That Inspired the Term ‘Riviera’
Liguria is a place of unvarnished beauty, where the draw is the simplicity of its timeless way of life.
36 Hours in Perugia, Italy
By ONDINE COHANE
One of Italy’s most underrated destinations is filled with remnants of an ancient past, complemented by a host of new bars, cafes and boutiques.
Italy’s Ghost Towns
By DOMINGO MILELLA
Almost 2,500 rural villages have nearly no one living in them at all.
36 Hours in Trieste, Italy
By SETH SHERWOOD
A distinctive Adriatic experience awaits in this Old World city, with its broad, breezy plazas, coffeehouses and cozy seafood restaurants.
The Hidden Treasures in Italian Libraries
By DAVID LASKIN
In Florence, Rome and beyond, these buildings are a feast not only for book lovers, but for art and architecture enthusiasts as well.
My Rome: Still a Classic Beauty
By JASON HOROWITZ
Returning to the city where he once lived, the writer learns to embrace the changes, not all of them pretty.
On the Water: 10 Favorite Places on European Rivers, Lakes and Coastlines
The rugged coast of northern Italy, a vintage British pleasure pier, winding Norwegian fjords and a jewel box of a lake district in the Croatian countryside: Our writers share their favorite watery places in Europe.
Learning to Navigate the Venetian Lagoon Like a Pro
By TONY PERROTTET
All I had to do to pilot a boat was pass a test. How hard could it be? Well .
Genoa Isn’t Rome or Florence. That’s Part of Its Charm.
By MICHAEL FRANK
The author has prowled the streets of the Italian city for over 15 years, wondering the whole time why there are so few other people doing the same thing.