A guide to Alta Badia ski resort in the beautiful Italian Dolomites. Where to stay, where to ski and what activities to enjoy off the pistes during your ski trip.
Why skiing in Alta Badia ski resort in the Italian Dolomites makes the perfect ski destination for gourmet food lovers and skiers alike.
Rome, the Eternal City, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Read on for some practical advice and tips for visiting Rome to help you get the most from your trip.
A culinary and cultural encounter with The Roman Food Tour or how I ate my way around the Eternal City on the best Rome food tour ever.
Italian food and wine holidays with Bookings for You and Palazzo Tronconi. The perfect combination of food, wine and culture on your Italian holiday.
It's giveaway time on The Travelbunny this week. I've teamed up with publishers Ryland, Peters and Small to offer one lucky reader a copy of Flavours of Sicily cookbook by Ursula Ferrigno.
An introduction to my Mediterranean cruise with Celebrity Cruises and a taster of the highlights on board and the destinations we visited.
Coffee is a serious past-time in Italy and comes with its own etiquettes and customs. Let’s get to grips with the ground rules...
Aperitivo time in Italy and a recipe for Aperol Spritz. How to make the perfect summer's drink that I like to call 'sunshine in a glass'.
How to get from Pisa Centrale Station to the Leaning Tower of Pisa including a handy map. What to see on the way and where to get the best gelato...
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is the campanile, or free-standing bell tower, of the cathedral of the Italian city of Pisa, famous worldwide for its tipsy tilt to one side.
Catania’s cafes and bars are the perfect place to indulge in a cup of coffee and a cannolo when the sightseeing begins to take its toll. Chock full of character, charm and the best Sicilian patisserie.
The Port city of Catania, Sicily's second largest city, is situated on the east coast of the island, just south of where Italy puts the boot in. Mount Etna looms on the horizon, swathed in haze, huffing a near constant stream of smoke and an occasional dribble of red-hot lava.
The cool, calm, quiet of the Consoli kitchen is a complete contrast to the clamour of Catania’s colourful market. The next part of the tour was to immerse ourselves into the flavours, cooking customs and rich history of Sicilian cuisine.
Catania's Pescheria is an explosion of sights, sounds and smells - bustling and chaotic it's alive with atmosphere which instantly awakens all the senses - and the appetite!
Tuscan cuisine is food for the soul; intense fresh flavours from a few choice ingredients which have been freshly picked or pulled from the earth. Unpretentious, seasonal and prepared with passion.
The Chianti region of Tuscany is renowned for its beautiful rolling landscapes, Tuscan cuisine ...
Whilst in Tavarnelle Chianti we visited a variety of wine producers delivering exceptional wines. Join me on a mini wine tour of the Tavarnelle area of Chianti.
Tavarnelle is a municipality in the Chianti region of Tuscany situated in the beautiful ...
A few hours in Florence, the capital of Tuscany, is such a tease but it was all I had. Just enough time to catch a fleeting glimpse of the city that pays homage to the Renaissance; a living showcase of art, history and architecture but no time to dig deeper or step inside a museum or gallery. Join me on a mini-tour of photogenic Florence.