When it comes to beaches, Italy’s got a lot of options, but I feel most at home in the Tuscan beach town of Forte Dei Marmi. This beach town is less than an hour from Florence but feels like another world free of tourists and full of locals.
As the biggest port city in Italy, Genoa often gets overlooked as a hard-working city with not much charm. We couldn't disagree more! Here's why you should visit Genoa now and what to do when you're there!
There’s possibly nowhere that does the beach like Italy. Yes, I’m 100% bias but you can’t visit Italy in the summer without going to the beaches. And,for old-school Italian glam (as in, Mastroianni, Loren, Taylor), it's all about Positano.
Our home state of California is one of our favorite places to travel, but we think you’d need to do to a week-long road trip to do it justice. Ana Kamin proved us wrong when she went on a weekend road trip that hit some of the state’s major highlights so we asked her to recreate the itinerary for you.
Picture it: an Italian village, set along a rocky coast, with a rainbow of pastel buildings, and walking trails that overlook the sea. A town on par with the postcard-perfect towns of Cinque Terre, but without the crowds and specializing in great seafood. Say hello to Camogli.