MSC Seaside to make European debut in May

MSC Cruises has announced that MSC Seaside will be deployed in Europe this spring, joining flagship MSC Grandiosa in the Mediterranean from May 1st.This will be the first time the vessel has sailed in Europe since her launch in 2017. MSC Seaside will be performing a brand-new itinerary featuring seven-night cruises calling Genoa, Valetta in Malta…

Feast Your Eyes On 17 Of The World’s Most Spectacularly Colorful Places

Provence gettyGazing at bursts of gorgeous colors on new horizons can be an inspiring mood booster, especially now when most of us are staying close to home due to the pandemic. You likely have already heard about the exquisite lavender fields of Provence in France (above); the Amalfi Coast’s la-dolce-vita-kissed Positano in Italy; the breathtaking…

5 Reasons Why Calabria Is More Than Just ‘The Toe’

Whenever someone in my native Ireland asks me where in Italy I live and I answer “Calabria,” I almost always get the same reaction: a vacant nod or a question along the lines of “Is that near…?” I find that if I simply say, ‘The Toe,” people can connect that to the visual representation of ‘The Boot’ for which Italy has become so famous….

Plan A 2022 Vacation To This Revamped Capri Classic

Escape to Capri. Romain RegladeAs Oetker Collection readies to unveil Geneva’s The Woodward (which made our list of the year’s most anticipated new hotel) this spring, the company announced yesterday that its next opening will be Capri’s storied Hotel La Palma in April 2022. Hotel La Palma’s history runs deep — built in 1822, it is the…

First Test For Italy’s New Government: A New Lockdown Ahead?

ROME, ITALY - FEBRUARY 22:Nurse takes doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine from the fridge to be ... [+] administered to school staff at a drive-in station at the Policlinico Tor Vergata hospital on February 22, 2021 in Rome, Italy. Italy has begun mass vaccinations to inoculate all school personnel including teachers with the AstraZeneca vaccine. (Photo

Gregg Wallace shares hidden spots to visit in Rome ‘no one knows about’

Gregg Wallace is a television personality who has shared an insight to the lesser known parts of Rome. He explained the best things about the city while visiting for Gregg Wallace's Big Weekend Away. Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, he said: "[The most surprising place was] Michelangelo's statue of Moses. "It's absolutely beautiful and is in a

Gregg Wallace: Big Weekends Away: Rome travel guide – when to go, where to go, what to do

What to eat in Rome Enjoying a gelato or five is a must on a holiday to Rome. A Roman favourite is Giolitti, a few blocks from the Pantheon. Alternatively, there's Gelateria del Teatro and Fatamorgana. Of course, you'll struggle to avoid typical Italian cuisine. According to Fodors travel guide: "Typical appetizers include fried artichokes, fried salt

Gregg Wallace shares ‘stunning’ hidden spots to visit in Rome ‘no one knows about& …

Gregg Wallace is a television personality who has shared an insight to the lesser known parts of Rome. He explained the best things about the city while visiting for Gregg Wallace's Big Weekend Away. Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, he said: "[The most surprising place was] Michelangelo's statue of Moses. "It's absolutely beautiful and is in a

Why You Should Visit Procida Island, Italy’s Next Culture Capital

Procida,the colorful harbour of La Corricella, view from the boat, clear blue sky and sunny day. getty The picturesque island of Procida has just been named Italy’s 2022 Culture Capital. Politicians issued enthusiastic statements and locals hailed the win by staging street parties. But why should you visit it, anyway? What makes it so special?

Mario Draghi Has A Plan For Italy

ROME, ITALY - FEBRUARY 17: Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi attends the debate ahead of the ... [+] confidence vote on the new Italian government at the Italian Senate, on February 17, 2021 in Rome, Italy. The new President of the Italian Council, Mario Draghi, will present his political priorities to the Senate before a vote of confidence on

Costa Cruises confirms limited return to sailing

Costa Cruises hopes to return to sailing in March after months out of the water following the Covid-19 pandemic. The Italian line of Carnival Corporation hopes to see flagship Costa Smeralda sail on March 27th, taking guests to a series of Italian locations. The ship will offer three- and four-day mini-cruises or a seven-day cruise, calling at Savona,

How Italy changed Stanley Tucci

(CNN) — Stanley Tucci wants to put you straight about Italy. A land where the sun shines, the nonnas smile and every plate of spaghetti bolognese comes showered in parmesan cheese? Scratch that. "I think in America there are a lot of very specific ideas about what is 'Italian,' and one of the reasons I wanted to do [my new] show is to dispel some

Nightlife In Italy: 17 Cities That Are A Must On Every Party Starter’s Bucket List In 2021!

Whether you are into the club scene or prefer a laid-back wine bar where you can enjoy a glass of Brunello and the great company of a few friends, there is no place like Italy to have a good time. The hep culture and nightlife in Italy are completely different from that during the day. At night, each major city is host to a one-of-a-kind nightlife experience

Searching For Italy: New Food Travel Series With Stanley Tucci

Stanley Tucci and his wife, Felicity Blunt, in Campania CNN What better host than Stanley Tucci to take viewers on a regional culinary tour of Italy? The avowed food lover is of Italian heritage, on both sides of his family. And what better timing than now? With many restaurants shuttered and others with limited hours and seating capacity, countless

50 Reasons To Travel This Fall

When the forecast calls for cooler temperatures, these are the hot spots around the globe to visit. …

17 famous landmarks in the world that are a must-see after lockdown

Last modified on Jan 14, 2021 16:50 GMT hellomagazine.com Where to travel after the coronavirus lockdown? Try these famous landmarks, including Sydney Harbour Bridge, Macchu Picchu and the Taj Mahal. Dreaming of your post-lockdown holiday? All this extra time at home following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has given us
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