Category Archives: Podcast episodes

Episode #040: Top 5 Small Cities to visit in Italy

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The paths to Rome, Florence and Venice are well worn – and rightly so, they are amazing world cities. But, taking the time to seek out Italy’s lesser known cities is something you’ll never regret. Listeners Sofija and Lindsey wanted to know our favorite small Italian cities to visit. It is such a great question […]

Episode #037: Unearthing Truffles (Italy’s most decadent ingredient)

Fellow foodies, if you are serious about trying all the things in Italy then a healthy dose of truffle must be on your wish list. These decadent morsels are found throughout the country and are an important feature of regional Italian cuisine. In this episode our guests, Chantelle and Giovanni from small group tour specialists […]

Episode #036: Palermo – not what you expect!

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Welcome to Palermo! Sicily’s capital is unique, cosmopolitan and fun. Over many centuries the city has evolved and adapted the cultures of visitors and occupiers into a fascinating melting pot full of history, art and of course delicious food. Come on a walk through its streets with Sicily travel expert Karen La Rosa who wants […]

Episode #035: Venetian secrets – uncovering the soul of Venice

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Venice, built on water, is a city full of mystery and wonder. But many visitors skip through in a day, seeing the highlights but missing the shadows and subtlety and ultimately its people and soul. In this episode we talk to Monica Cesarato, Venetian blogger and tour guide about what makes her city and its […]

Episode #033: Foodie finds in the Sabine hills near Rome

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Not far from Rome, you can step into another world when you visit the beautiful and ancient Sabine hills. Known for its abundant natural produce, historic hilltop towns and artisan traditions, it’s an easy day trip from Rome. Or you may want to stay longer and soak up the peaceful rural atmosphere of the countryside. […]

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