Rome is an enormous city, which means it can be easy to get overwhelmed when you visit. Here are a few of my favorite places in the centro storico.
One of our favorite dinner parties that's traditional to Northern Italy? A polenta party! Here are all the tips and recipes you need to host a polenta party of your own.
One of our all time favorite pastas to make from scratch? Gnocchi! This twist made with chestnut flour and a creamy cheese sauce is inspired by one of our favorite restuarants in Turin, Italy.
Florence is a place we'll always love but it can get seriously touristy. Here are Team Salt & Wind's favorite corners of the city's historic center from shops to eats to where to stay.
Most people will take any excuse to hop a flight — catch up with a friend, taste test tequila, search out surf — but chocoholics like us? We'd go to the ends of the earth for a good chocolate bar.
One question we get asked all the time on our Salt & Wind group trips to Italy? What tips travelers should know before dining there!
Inspired by the open air markets in Bologna, Italy, this fresh, crunchy, simple salad of celery, walnuts, and Parmigiano-Reggiano is a favorite around here!
From risotto to osso bucco and a few surprises, here are the classic dishes you must eat the next time you're in Milan, Italy.
We love to surprise our guests on all of our trips. From beauty products to snacks, our custom-printed tote bags are filled with hand-picked gifts and souvenirs designed to make the best out of our guests' Italy experience.
If you're heading to Florence, you should definitely plan some time to also see the other equally gorgeous towns in Tuscany. Here are six classic day trips from Florence that are worth your time.
From ragu alla bolognese to Parmigiano-Reggiano and a few surprises, here are the classic dishes you must eat when you visit Bologna!
Sooner or later it'll happen. If you travel to Lake Garda, sooner or later someone will suggest you visit the historic city of Sirmione. And, well, we couldn't agree more!