Posts Tagged ‘Food & Beverage’

Venice Carnevale Photo by Yeimi

Carnevale, Venice’s Opulent Masquerade Ball

Seductive and mysterious, Carnevale in Venice is guaranteed to weave a magical spell around those who arrive for the two-week celebration. As you wander among the extravagantly costumed and [...]

palermo- by Diego Mutinelli

Our Sicilian Summer – Culture and Conquest

Our Sicilian Road trip had begun! With our car windows down the warm evening air whistled past us. Hubby was focused on navigating the zippy car rental whilst I google-mapped him to the B&B [...]

Orvieto photo by Susan Nelson

Orvieto’s Hidden Wine Library

Underneath the former medieval Convent di San Giovanni in Orvieto lies the regional wine library of Umbria, in the Province of Terni. This was a wonderful discovery that happened while I was with [...]

Rome Colosseum Photo by Marilyn Ricci

My Unforgettable Day in Rome

To celebrate the new Baglioni Hotels “Unforgettable Day“ advertising campaign, we have invited Marilyn to share with us her own unforgettable day-long experience in Rome. My visit to [...]

The Grand Canal Venice Photo by Michael David

Impressions of Venice

Venice continues to enchant visitors from across the globe with its unique geography, fascinating history, elegant facades and palaces – and of course, the iconic Grand Canal. I returned to [...]

Aperitivo Milan Baglioni Hotels Photo by Claudia Tarquini

The Exclusive Aperitivo that will Engulf your Senses

My personal experience at the Baglioni Hotel Carlton was unique thanks to the hospitality and kindness of the staff and the attention to detail so typical of the place and every dish and drink [...]

Photo by Rachel Rusing

Castello di Roncade: History, Beauty and Wine

Your mission: to see northeastern Italy. Your dilemma: you don’t know where else to go besides Venice. Your solution is below. Castello Di Roncade As a permanent tourist in northeastern Italy, I [...]

Basilica Saint Anthony in Padua Photo by Dera Kolkka

Padua – A City in the Shadow of Venice

The beautiful city of Padua sits in the shadow of Venice and is sometimes overlooked by visitors to Italy. This is a pity as it has much to offer. It is worth visiting Padua for its frescoes [...]

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