Check out the latest posts and Italian travel news from the Italian Reflections Travel Bloggers including: A Path To Lunch, Annesitaly, Ciao Lunigiana, Lazio Explorer, Living Venice, Map It Out – Tuscany, Napoli Unplugged, Sicily Ciao!, Sipping Sardinia, The Maremma Guide and This is Turin.
Based where Liguria meets Tuscany, A Path To Lunch provides walks, travel advice, recipes, history, photographs, and ambience. From the hill town of Ameglia, this growing collection of informative articles tries to engage lovers of Italy and all things Italian. Authors Martha Bates and Mike Mazzaschi share their years of experience story by story.
|Osteria Panzallegra in Sarzana, Liguria.|
Even in the nicest spring weather, it rains sometimes. When it does, that’s the perfect excuse (or the latest excuse) …
Annesitaly is the blog of Anne Robichaud. Anne has lived in the Assisi countryside since 1975 with her Italian husband. They worked the land while raising three children and Anne also ran a languague school. She now offers guided Umbrian hilltown tours, cooking lessons in their Assisi farmhouse and cooking classes and lectures in the U.S. annually.
Ciao Lunigiana is the website of Sheila Parry who had been travelling to the Lunigiana area of Tuscany for well over a decade, before buying her little town house in 2005. Sheila’s always trying to find out more about Lunigiana, and as there are so few English-language resources, I thought I’d share my love for Lunigiana through this site.
Lazio Explorer is for everything about Lazio, Italy. The places, the people, the food and the culture. All viewed through the eyes of an Englishman, Pete McQuilton, married to a local.
Living Venice is the website of Nan McElroy, a freelance writer/photographer, AIS sommelier, and passionate practitioner of the Venetian rowing style immersed in a very living Venice.. As Nan says: “I warn you though, Gentle Visitor: a sojourn here could change your life…it certainly has mine.”
Map It Out – Tuscany is the blog of Katja Meier: Katja is a Swiss miss for anything Tuscan – music, beaches, exhibitions, wine, food and homeopathy – literally anything that will sort out that Renaissance hangover.
Napoli Unplugged is the website of Bonnie Alberts, a freelance writer and photographer with a degree in Historic Preservation. Passionate about her adopted home, for her Naples is the perfect canvas. As she says: “Beautiful, chaotic, unbending, romantic, confusing. That is Naples, Italy and that is why I love living here.”
Sicily Ciao! is the website of Nick and Jessica and is a journal of their life and move to Sicily with an emphasis on the “Chow”…
Before moving to Sicily we lived in San Diego for 10+ years. When I moved to San Diego from Michigan I immediately got in the water. Surfing was my daily obses…
Sipping Sardinia is the blog of Aga Nalaskowska. A personal journal, documenting a fascinating journey, where she would like to share with you her passion for Sardinian wine and food, as well as introduce you to unknown Sardinian landscapes and culture.
The Maremma Guide is an insider travel guide to a breathtakingly beautiful land – Italy’s best kept secret – and its special places and is written by Donna Stiles who lives there. “It is especially for the independent traveller who not only likes to explore and discover new places away from the crowds, but who also likes to just sit sometimes and watch the world.”
This is Turin is the website of Lara Statham, a Turin resident for some 14 years. Lara thinks it’s about time people knew about this place. As Lara says: “Everyone knows Florence, Rome and Venice but not many people know about the real Turin…”