Rome debuts hot pizza vending machine
Raffaele Esposito, the 19th century Neapolitan credited with inventing Italy's most famous type of pizza, may be turning in his grave: Rome has a new vending machine which...
19 hours ago - CNN
Planning Your Italian Journey: Top 10 Things to Do in Italy
Breath-taking cathedrals, hillside vineyards, traditional cuisine and majestic coastal cities make Italy one of the most interesting destinations to explore. Here's our list of...
1 day ago - Go World Travel
A wealth to sea! The world's most breathtaking natural coastal wonders
The cornucopia of coastline attractions includes the world's loftiest sea stack, in Australia, Italy's Blue Grotto sea cave and a rock formation that has featured in Game of...
1 day ago - Mail Online
Best Time to Visit Italy
Best Time to Visit Italy Rich with culture and history, Italy is one of the most popular places to visit in the world. Over 94 million international tourists flock to Italy...
2 days ago - Twenty-Something Travel - 4 articles
Italy jury deliberates fate of 2 Americans in police slaying
A jury in Rome is deliberating the fates of two young American men who are charged with killing an Italian police officer while they were on summer vacation in 2019
2 days ago - Newsday
One dollar house turns into $93k ordeal
A US woman who bought three of Italy's €1 houses has warned of the real price of renovating the bargain-priced properties.
3 days ago - Travel News
Life and Death on Stromboli Volcano, Lighthouse of the Mediterranean
Stromboli's volcano is always active, always at the brink of devastating paroxysms. For those who visit the island as tourists or scientists, it is a spectacle like no other.
3 days ago - NY Times
Beaches Turks & Caicos Reopens to Indulge You in Island Living
In this post-pandemic world, one rarely gets the opportunity to enjoy the best of destination travel, but that's exactly what the newly reopened Beaches Turks & Caicos is...
7 days ago - JustLuxe
News: Delphina prepares for Sardinia reopening in June
Delphina hotels & resorts will reopen all of its properties in Sardinia from June as Italy bounces back from the Covid-19 pandemic. Over €15 million has been invested during...
7 days ago - Breaking Travel News
Europeans Question Return of American Tourists
In tourist-dependent countries, the announcement was called good news, but with lockdowns in place and vaccination slow, many wonder how realistic it is.
8 days ago - NY Times
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20 of the best UK hotels and inns for rest and relaxation
With hotels about to reopen, it's time to emerge from lockdown, eat fabulous food, hit the spa or just chill out somewhere lovely Here's a beachside hotel with a difference - a...
How to make the most of leftover cooked potatoes - recipe | Waste not
Leftover cooked spuds are a treasure for the home cook, not least for saving on cooking time. And there are all manner of ways to repurpose them, including in this spicy Indian...
How best to deal with the rental car crunch in Hawaii
Travel Weekly spoke with several travel advisors who know Hawaii well to get their tips and advice for getting around the Islands.
Iceland is Open Again for People Who Are Vaccinated
After many months of isolation and lack of vacations due to COVID-19, vaccinated people are finally able to travel to Iceland again.
What the government's green list really means for travellers
The government has announced that people in England can travel to 12 countries from 17 May. But before you book your tickets you may want to read this first...
NSW records no new local cases
New South Wales has recorded zero new locally acquired cases of COVID-19, authorities said on Saturday.
'A comeback for travel': Summer vacations expected to boom
US travel experts think that the summer of 2021 could be close to travel levels before the pandemic. CNN's Pete Muntean reports.
Airlines ramp up U.S.-Tahiti service
Carriers are scheduled to fly 86 times between Tahiti and the U.S. in July compared with 100 round-trips in July 2019, according to Cirium data.
Geoff Crowther, 77, Dies; Guided Travelers Looking to Get Lost
An early author for Lonely Planet, he tempted a generation of adventurers on journeys to exotic locales full of surprises.
Yosemite climbers face new obstacle: overnight permits
Yosemite National Park is making it a little harder for rock climbers to tackle the biggest and toughest walls