by Judith Burns
Croatia is a new hotspot for holidaymakers, and Istria one of its highlights. Try flying into Trieste, Italy and enjoy 4 countries in 1 day on your trip into Croatia!
With so much to see and do in Italy, Verona is often sacrificed for Venice and Milan – but on a two-day short break, you can get to know a city that is famous for more than just Romeo and Juliet
In a world dominated by global brands, Rome still abounds with small, characterful boutiques and delis. From Italian cheeses to shoes, oil paints and ecclesiastical cloth, the Eternal City has it all
The best things to do on the island of Capri, from morning until... the next morning.
Odd museums, secret passageways and local delicacies - check out the sides of Florence your guidebook might not tell you about
Rome isn't known for its cheap hotels, but internet bookers are driving down prices while a new crop of boutique b&bs is offering style on a budget. Here are my tips on where, and when, to stay
Seeing more of the world is a top priority for holidaymakers in 2010, as is keeping a tight grip on the budget. Follow my advice to bag a bargain and save money before and during your travels
Most visitors to Sicily stay near the beaches on the east coast but in doing so miss out on one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, Palermo. Here is how I would spend 48 hours in the Sicilian capital
The precarious village of Cività di Bagnoregio is one of central Italy’s most arresting sights. Cross the footbridge into a fairytale place with an astonishing history.
Edgy and elegant, Genoa is for travellers who like their Italian destinations less than perfect