In search of non-touristy, off-the-beaten-path beauty in Italy? It’s hard to outshine Basilicata.
Home to the picturesque Lake District and Italy’s fashion capital, Lombardy is brimming with appeal.
Known for its wine regions, white truffles and Lake District, Piedmont sits at the edge of the Alps.
An Alpine paradise dotted with fairy-tale castles, thermal spas, and picture-perfect valleys.
The Veneto region is absolutely bursting at the seams with cultural and gastronomic treasures.
A foodie paradise nestled between the Alps and the Adriatic – and one of Italy’s most enticing regions.
Known as the food valley of Italy, this mecca for gastronomy is also rich with artistic offerings.
The region of Rossini and Raphael, delightful Marche is lauded for its rich cultural heritage.
In the mood for Tuscany but prefer a more off-the-beaten-path destination? Inviting Umbria is for you.