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Did you know Britons prefer Prosecco to its French rival, Champagne? Right, more than 30m liters of the Italian sparkling wine have been drunk in Britain in the last year, and its popularity is skyrocketing. Let Swide tell you more.
Beyond monuments and churches, palaces and museums Italy also boasts many wonderful and ancient bridges where engineering truly meets nature. From the North to the South, Swide has rounded up some of the most enchanting and beautiful bridges across Italy.
In case you are looking for another reason to visit Florence, Swide has collected 20. From the Uffizi to the Oltrearno discover the well loved and the more unknown beauties of the Tuscan Capital.
Swide chats with chef Diego Rossi of Trippa in Milan, one of the year’s most anticipated restaurant openings.
In honor of the 72nd annual Venice Film Festival, Swide takes a look at the various stunning locations that have immortalized La Serenissima on the big screen.
Dreaming doesn’t cost a thing, so Swide has prepared a gallery of the 6 only 7 star uber luxury hotels in the world, and two are in Italy: one in Venice and one in Milan.
The start of September doesn’t necessarily mean we have to eat like summer is long gone. Swide shares five delicious recipes to try this month that will help ease our transition to autumn.
As an Italian living abroad it is more than likely that at least once (never just once) your cooking skills will be called upon to delight your friends with come made Italian fare. Here are 5 recipes you have to nail to be allowed to cook Italian in a foreign country.
Franciacorta, where Italy’s finest sparkling wine is produced, is about an hour’s drive from Milan. Swide’s travel guide for Franciacorta fills you in on what to see and do as well as where to stay and eat.
One of the year’s most anticipated restaurant openings, chef Eugenio Boer’s Essenza has been a welcome addition to Milan’s dining scene as a table here quickly became one of city’s most coveted. Swide asks this talented chef 15 questions.
Venice never gets old. But there’s only so many times you can see Piazza San Marco and only so much of the crowds you can tolerate. Whether you’re a visitor looking for something new or a first timer looking to get off the typical tourist track, Swide shares 10 unexpected things to do in Venice.
Beautiful and breathtaking there are some little islands in Italy where you can really enjoy some quality time in the name of peace and relaxation, enjoying sun, breathtaking landscapes and good food. Swide has selected some of the most wonderful amongst them for your next summer weekend.
Winter is coming….but it’s not here yet. Swide shares five seaside cities in Europe where you can relax under the warm September sun.
Sometimes determining where to eat when traveling can be daunting. Do you breathe a sigh of relief at the thought of your hotel taking some of the guesswork out of it for you? So do we. Swide shares 5 of the world’s best hotel restaurants.
The end of the ferie doesn’t necessarily mean the end of leisure and pleasure. Swide has selected five Italian seaside destinations worth visiting in September for more than just fun in the sun.
Sometimes nature is the best architect, shaping wonderful and hidden spots, which truly are pieces of heaven on earth. Swide has rounded up some of the most beautiful natural pools you can find in Italy.
Martyrs at sea
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