Italians rank fifth globally for wine consumption. Wine is equally as important food in Italian culture, and with more than 2 000 varietals and thousands of square kilometres of vineyards, Italy produces some of the best in the world. We’ve rounded up 5 of the best wine regions to visit for wine tasting in Italy (in no particular order).

Umbria might be one of the smaller regions in Italy, but that doesn’t mean it’s short on attractions. As one of the most beautiful places in Italy, it’s got plenty to offer visitors.

While the sight of them might invoke whimsy and wonder, the safety behind hot air balloons is serious business.

There are few things as mesmerizing as the sight of a swarm of hot air balloons rising into the air over picturesque vistas. Whether you want to observe the spectacular colours from the ground, experience the thrill of flying or learn more about these giants of the sky, hot air balloon festivals in Italy are the perfect places to immerse yourself in everything hot air balloon.

There are more than enough famous attractions in Italy to keep you occupied. But why not try some of the more unusual things to do in Italy? The activities on this list will let you see some of Italy’s hidden gems and unexpected aspects.

Just one and a half hour train ride from the bustling capital in one of the most beautiful places in Italy, you’ll find plenty to do in this stunning country town.

Home to many of the world’s greatest works of art and architecture, Italy is a delight for any connoisseur of culture. Its stunning landscapes and wide open spaces make it the perfect destination for those looking for a bit more adventure too. We’ve rounded up five of the best things to do in Italy to help you decide how to spend your time in the Beautiful Country.

Flying a hot air balloon takes more than hopping into a basket and firing the burners. There’s a lot of skill involved in getting the best view of the local landscape.

Although flying a hot air balloon is no easy task, these beautiful aircraft have quite a simple design. It only takes three components to get our hot air balloons floating over Italy.