There’s way more to do in Florence than anyone could tackle in a short trip, but these are the top 10 things Jessica thinks you should be doing in Florence.
Get the low-down on exactly how Jessica thinks you should prioritize your trip to Venice with these 10 things to do in Venice.
Are there a million things to do in Rome? Yes. But here are my top 10 suggestions for this Eternal City.
Happy Holidays from WhyGo Italy! Here’s wishing you the happiest of holiday seasons, and many trips to Italy in your future. We hope 2012 has Italy travel in store for you – but no matter when you’re ready to go, we’ll be here to provide you with the best tips […]
Italians have a certain flair when it comes to most things, so it shouldn’t be surprising that their New Year celebrations are unique as well. If you’re going to be flying to Italy for the New Year holiday, here are a few things you should know. >> Want to see […]
This marks the 7th month for the Italy Blogging Roundtable, and the topic we chose for the month is GIFTS. In past years around this time, I’ve posted a long list of Italy gift ideas as well as some places to go gift shopping in Italy – so this year […]
Usually, when travelers make vacation plans it’s only after they’ve booked tickets that they look at a calendar for the destination and realize there’s going to be a major holiday during their trip. The Christmas holiday, on the other hand, is one that enough people are aware of that it […]
Milan is one of the most common entry points for travelers in Italy, but it’s a city most visitors don’t want to spend any time in. Pisa is one of the most popular stops on an Italy tour, but usually for no longer than an hour or two. Both cities […]
Y’know what I love? Gelato. I love eating it, making it, writing about it… It’s an inexpensive culinary souvenir, an edible piece of Italian culture, and supremely refreshing during Italy’s notoriously hot summers. Here are a few things you should know about Italian gelato, whether you’re planning to eat it […]
Since May of 2011, I’ve been participating in a blogging group called the Italy Blogging Roundtable with four spectacular Italy bloggers – we choose a topic in advance, and all write about the topic on our individual sites. It’s been a fun exercise to get each of us out of […]