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Eruptions from Sicily's Mount Etna, Europe's largest active volcano, lit up the sky over the Italian island throughout the week, sending... Read More

To find the world’s smallest city, you’ll need to look for the world’s smallest country as well. You can find them both—Vatican City is in fact a... Read More

Travelers looking for a sun-soaked European vacation can take a cruise through the continent this summer at a fraction of the price. Azamara Club... Read More

Pisa, Italy, known for its leaning tower, is adding a Ferris wheel to attract tourists.Andrea Ferrante, Pisa's culture commissioner, announced details... Read More

Rome’s Colosseum, originally named the Flavian Amphitheater because it was constructed by emperors of the Flavian dynasty, was completed in 82 A.D. and... Read More

Visitors to a new McDonald's in Italy now get a free glimpse into ancient history, thanks to its location.The restaurant chain that opened Tuesday in... Read More

The Alps could lose up to 70 percent of their snow cover in the next century, according to new research conducted by Swiss scientists.As the... Read More

Starbucks announced on Thursday that it plans to open between 200 and 300 stores in Italy starting next year.Come June 2018, Starbucks will open four... Read More

Instead of purchasing a token souvenir or snapping a picture, one tourist to Rome's Colosseum decided to leave her own mark on the ancient Roman... Read More

Although leader of the Catholic Church may seem like one of the world’s most stressful jobs, Pope Francis insists that he is more relaxed than ever... Read More

A small town in Italy’s Lucca province is spending $85,000 on a marble statue of Donald Trump.Vagli di Sotto is a mountain town that is trying to... Read More

Rome, Italy is undeniably a city steeped in history, with one foot in its ancient past and the other in the modern day. From the Colosseum to the Forum,... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com. Three puppies were found five days after an avalanche was triggered by earthquakes in Farindola,... Read More

What if I told you that the smallest country in the world was actually located inside another country? That’s right; Vatican City is .44 km² and is... Read More

The small towns of Sicily have long attracted visitors for their fresh seafood dishes, charming villas, and limestone cliffs.An old, well-kept secret... Read More

A tourist who snatched a cobblestone from Rome’s streets while on vacation returned the souvenir to a restaurant in the city’s historic center, along... Read More

Feeling the need to hibernate? These fabulous caves, which are all available to rent on Airbnb, will have you making like a bear and waiting out the... Read More

Israel  Get 33 percent off the Poli House, a 1930s Bauhaus building with whimsical interiors and a rooftop pool with wide-spanning views of Tel... Read More

A McDonald's franchise opened outside the walls of the Vatican in Rome last week, despite pleas from religious leaders and locals alike.First announced... Read More

It’s the stuff of romantic travel novels: the dramatic sea cliffs and pastel villas of Positano, Nerano, and Ravello on Italy’s Amalfi Coast, or... Read More

Although the beauty of Italy’s capital may be eternal, it’s possible to capture that beauty in a short video.The French travel blogger and filmmaker... Read More

Every holiday season, cities around the world put up towering Christmas trees to illuminate their plazas, line main streets with festive lights, and... Read More

Cinque Terre comprises five small towns (hence the name, which translates to “Five Lands”) on the western coast of Italy in the region of Liguria, just... Read More

This story originally appeared on Spoonuniversity.com. Have you ever wanted to get a sneak peek into the lives of your favorite chefs on TV? Eating... Read More

Some cities are made for cinema: New York, Paris and—as seen in the season finale of “Parts Unknown”—Rome. “Is it possible to look at Rome in a... Read More

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