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‘Keep it in your heart’: You could be arrested for taking sand from the beach on this Italian island - euronews.com - Germany - France - Italy
euronews.com
17.05.2024 / 22:47

‘Keep it in your heart’: You could be arrested for taking sand from the beach on this Italian island

Several tourists have already been caught smuggling sand, stones and archaeological remains from the Italian island of Sardinia this year. 

New Hotels, Restaurants, Sights: Where To Go In Vienna Now - forbes.com - Norway - Austria - Italy
forbes.com
17.05.2024 / 20:25

New Hotels, Restaurants, Sights: Where To Go In Vienna Now

“Are you sure this is where you want to go?” asked the Uber driver, dropping me off at night in what looked like a construction project and, actually is: the Neues Landgut apartment/educational/green space urban district due to rise in Vienna’s 10th district by 2026. But without a large sign, the only way to find the new restaurant Steinhart within it is by following the blue dot on Google maps. It’s worth doing: this inventive restaurant is emblematic of the new energy in Vienna’s culinary scene and in the city itself.

Katy Perry Vacations Hard, Especially When Traveling With Her Kid - cntraveler.com - Italy - Usa - city Las Vegas - city Rome - state Oregon - county Florence
cntraveler.com
17.05.2024 / 19:09

Katy Perry Vacations Hard, Especially When Traveling With Her Kid

Katy Perry is the reigning queen of the Mediterranean. Come summer, you can count on the emergence of paparazzi pics depicting the pop star smooching fiancé Orlando Bloom in Sardinia, catching dinner after a day of yachting in Dubrovnik, and jetskiing with her daughter Daisy in Saint-Tropez. It’s no wonder Perry vacations so hard, given the relentless pace of her music career. Later this week, she’ll end a six-year stint as judge on American Idol, and she wrapped up her wildly popular Las Vegas residency a few months ago. On a recent episode of Idol, she teased a new single, and her next album is expected later this year.

I've lived on the Amalfi Coast for 17 years. Here are the 7 mistakes tourists should avoid making while visiting. - insider.com - Italy
insider.com
17.05.2024 / 18:13

I've lived on the Amalfi Coast for 17 years. Here are the 7 mistakes tourists should avoid making while visiting.

I believe every trip to the Amalfi Coast should be just as beautiful as the coastline itself. Like the roughly 5 million travelers who visit each year, I fell in love with the Amalfi Coast while on vacation. In fact, I loved it so much that it's now been my home for 17 years.

Where to see the world's most beautiful flowers on your travels - lonelyplanet.com - France - Italy - Portugal - Japan - South Africa - Ecuador
lonelyplanet.com
17.05.2024 / 14:29

Where to see the world's most beautiful flowers on your travels

All around the world, ephemeral blooms add a magical new layer to our favorite travel destinations.

Michelin Announces 2024 Picks For Outstanding Hotels In Italy - forbes.com - Spain - France - Italy
forbes.com
16.05.2024 / 14:15

Michelin Announces 2024 Picks For Outstanding Hotels In Italy

As tourists flock to Italy this summer, it may be tough to snag a reservation at one of the 146 hotels recently recognized with “Michelin Keys.”

Lonely Planet’s Best Father’s Day Gifts - breakingtravelnews.com - county Bath - France - Italy - Switzerland - Australia - New Zealand - Britain - Usa - county Garden - city London - county Park - state Missouri - Mexico - Canada - state California - county Island - state Alabama - state Texas - state Iowa - Montenegro - state Utah - city Belgrade - Barbados
breakingtravelnews.com
15.05.2024 / 17:01

Lonely Planet’s Best Father’s Day Gifts

Seeking the perfect gift this Father’s Day? Lonely Planet has released its top travel and lifestyle inspiration titles for Dads, from cycling adventures close to home to journeys exploring the offbeat side of North America to incredible train journeys around the world and inspiration for gardening enthusiasts. The global travel expert has the perfect book for every interest.

This New Italian Castle Hotel Invites You To Sleep Amid 1,000 Years Of History - forbes.com - Italy - Britain
forbes.com
14.05.2024 / 17:01

This New Italian Castle Hotel Invites You To Sleep Amid 1,000 Years Of History

A millennium ago, the folklore goes, Castel di Luco was the site of ritual pagan sacrifices. Now the round castle atop a travertine knoll in the untouristed Italian region of Le Marche is the site of a much happier history that’s still being rewritten. And a major new chapter is beginning this spring.

Cheap Summer Vacations 2024: How And Where To Travel For Less - forbes.com - Italy - Britain - New York - city London - city Rome - city Brussels - Romania - Albania
forbes.com
14.05.2024 / 17:01

Cheap Summer Vacations 2024: How And Where To Travel For Less

As Google reveals that one of its most popular travel search trends is currently 'cheap summer vacations', there are lots of ways that travelers can find ideas to travel for less.

4 Of Italy’s Best Free Hot Springs And Thermal Baths - forbes.com - county Bath - county Hot Spring - Italy - county Valley
forbes.com
14.05.2024 / 13:11

4 Of Italy’s Best Free Hot Springs And Thermal Baths

Steamy natural thermal water simmers beneath the surface throughout almost the whole Italian peninsula. It bubbles up above the ground in the form of hot springs across the country, creating heavenly hot pools and balmy baths.

There’s No Meal Better (or Longer) Than an Italian Sunday Lunch - nytimes.com - Italy - county Dallas - city Rome - city Manhattan
nytimes.com
14.05.2024 / 11:27

There’s No Meal Better (or Longer) Than an Italian Sunday Lunch

WHEN STEFANO SECCHI was growing up in Dallas, the end of every school year meant the beginning of a great adventure. His parents, intent on maintaining a connection with their relatives in Italy, put him and his two brothers on a plane, and off they flew to Sardinia, where the sprawling Secchi clan clustered around and tended to the family farm. He remembers the sheep and cows that grazed on the hillsides, the tomatoes, wild fennel and zucchini that grew in such abundance. He remembers the long sunny days and the nearby sea. But more than any of that, he remembers the Sunday meal.

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