There’s no Michelangelo or Leonardo to bring in the hordes, but what you will find in Umbria is the ability to enjoy the simplicity of life.
The luxury label gets bandied about a lot, but true luxury is intangible.
There are plenty of attractions giving visitors the perfect excuse to discover new corners of the city.
Cannoli and chocolate is a match made in heaven.
The beauty of pizza might be its speed and simplicity, but cooking it to perfection is an art.
Volcano lovers can find steamy encounters in Italy's south.
It's a truism that everything is improved by the addition of a baroque palace. Except maybe Canberra.
Rome's king of carbonara has been crowned.
On every person's bucket list, Italy is a star-studded destination. From the Dolomites in the north, to its volcano dominated south, historic Rome in the centre, the coastal splendour of the Cinque Terra or Tuscany's arts capital of Florence - it could take a lot of time to tick all the sights off in one trip, especially since eating could take a large chunk of time out of your visit.