Wandering the Eternal City provides sumptuous historical architecture and insights into stylish contemporary Roman life.
Start your day with an alfresco breakfast at Venice's oldest cafe, Café Florian.
This feels like the tightest seat pitch I've ever experienced in a lifetime of flying.
Nowadays it might be best known as home to George Clooney but Lake Como has a reputation as the playground of the rich and famous that dates back to Roman times.
Julia Zemiro, queen of the world’s quirkiest song fest, counts down her hit parade of Europe’s best places.
The only way to really understand an artistic revolution is to live through it.
Where do you recommend for a three week visit to Italy and France?
When in Europe's grand city, is it best to take a group tour or to be an independent traveller?