Posts Tagged ‘italian lifestyle and culture’

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 [...]

Procida feature photo pPhoto by Karen Henderson

Procida Island – Italy’s Undiscovered Gem

Just 30 minutes by hydrofoil from the Bay of Naples, tucked close to Ischia, the famous playground of southern Italy, lies the almost forgotten island of Procida.  Less than 4 sq. kilometers in [...]

Rome Panorama Photo by Michael David

Impressions of Rome

I first visited Rome nearly 30 years ago but since then have been back far too little. So many places to see in the world, never enough time… So I recently returned to Rome, to re-discover [...]

Baglioni Hotel Regina_Fontana di Trevi

Readers Share #UnforgettableDay Ideas for Rome

Baglioni Hotels’ recent Facebook contest on the Unforgettable Day resulted in so many wonderful proposals from our readers and social media followers. So in a series of posts we’ll now share some [...]

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 [...]

Sicily Photo by Michael David

Impressions of Sicily

A few years ago I visited Sicily, an island of history, architecture, stunning landscapes – and of course, Mount Etna. As soon as I got off the plane, Sicily’s warm, scented air assailed my [...]

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