Discover Italy's northernmost region with 800 castles, gourmet restaurants, mountains, and Europe's warmest summer lake.
Visit the city of violins, see one of the world’s largest astronomical clocks, and climb Europe’s oldest surviving brick tower over 100 meters tall.
See Southern Europe’s largest display of tulips, the Avenue of Roses, water gardens, and a labyrinth at the stunning Sigurta Park Garden.
Plan a visit to Turin, a city in Piedmont known for Savoy Palaces, Baroque cafes, chocolate, and a top Egyptian museum.
Visit the historic city of Trieste, known for its seafront main square and coffee culture.
Visit the island of Grado on the Adriatic Sea between Venice and Trieste.
Discover Aosta’s medieval center, Roman ruins, and picturesque setting in Italy’s smallest region.
Lake Iseo, a picturesque lake that’s smaller and less touristy than nearby Como or Garda, is home to Europe’s largest inhabited lake island.
The humorous adventures of renovating a house and starting a B&B in northern Italy’s Oltrepo Pavese.
See lavish Gonzaga palaces in the Renaissance city of Mantova, Northern Italy.