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  1. Renowned Artist Yutaka Sone Interprets Ornellaia 2013...Read the original story

    Monday | PRWeb

    Benefit Auction Raises 114,000 Euros With All Proceeds Donated to the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. Ornellaia's Vendemmia D'Artista Project Has Now Donated More Than 1.5 Million Euros to Art Foundations Across the Globe.


  2. Why Noto, Sicily Is Our Italy Destination of the SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 19 | Conde Nast Traveler

    In this unspoiled and sun-drenched corner of southern Italy, families can achieve the summer vacation trifecta of high culture, great food, and truly relaxing beach time-and make sightseeing, especially with little ones, feel serendipitous rather than onerous. Traveler Editor in Chief Pilar GuzmA n recently explored the region with her own family, and came home with a glowing review.


  3. Dominic Lawson: My wife shed pounds on our week's health spa 'fast' ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    Opposites attract, apparently. This must explain why a woman who exercises every day and who is happy to skip a meal when there is 'something better to do', chose to marry a man who regards physical exercise as insufferable and who has never believed that anything is better than food.


  4. Florence exhibitions examine the art-fashion dynamic, and reunite two worldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 22 | South China Morning Post

    Amid plans for a permanent fashion museum at the Pitti Palace, city-wide exhibitions exploring the relationship between two of Italy's most significant cultural contributions have opened Italy's Renaissance capital, Florence, is reclaiming its centuries-old role as an incubator of the interplay between fashion and art. The new director of the Uffizi gallery has announced plans to transform the Costume Gallery at Pitti Palace, which is also under his control, into a fully-fledged fashion museum, while the Ferragamo Foundation has opened city-wide exhibitions exploring the links between art and fashion.


  5. Teatro San Carlo di NapoliRead the original story

    Saturday May 21 | TrekEarth

    Teatro San Carlo di Napoli The oldest and most famous theater in the world is located in Piazza del Plebiscito, the symbol of the city of Naples, with a date of birth that anticipates by 41 years La Scala in Milan and 55 La Fenice in Venice. The Teatro San Carlo was built in 1737 for the will of King Charles III of Bourbon and still remains the great temple of Italian opera.


  6. Chamber invites public on tour of ItalyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 21 | Texarkana Gazette

    Even though the Texarkana Chamber of Commerce conducted a trip to Italy four years ago, the country seems worth exploring again. In 2012, chamber members and local residents explored northern Italy's wine producing state of Tuscany just north of Rome, but the Chamber Discoveries travel and touring agency of Fresno, Calif., recommended a second trip to southern Italy.


  7. Ask an expert: Travelling in a groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 21 |

    Q. We are a group of four generations aged 3 to 75. We would like to go to Europe and think that our best bet will be a cruise. Our key areas to cover are Paris and the Amalfi Coast.


  8. #parishotspots Top ten things to do in Paris 11 PicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 21 | Daily Star

    Don't leave Paris without visiting the Arc de Triomphe or taking a walk through the Jardin Du Luxembourg. Here are top ten things to do in Paris.


  9. Photos of the Amalfi Coast that will have you booking a ticketRead the original story

    Saturday May 21 | MSN Living

    Santorini, Alaska, and Iceland. Easily one of Italy's most famed destinations, the 31-mile stretch of beautiful blue views has graced countless Instagram feeds.


  10. How to get from Birmingham to the Euro 2016 matchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | IcBurton

    Fancy getting a piece of this summer's footballing action? Here's how to get to the matches and what you can see while you are there Ooh La La! Are you packed and ready to travel for the ultimate party around some of France's most attractive cities and take in the continent's top football jamboree? Many of the venues for Euro 2016 are within easy travelling reach of Birmingham and the West Midlands and can be accessed easily by train, boat or plane - all you need is a highly-prized ticket for matches involving England Wales and Northern Ireland. Travelling by train will make the journey quick, comfortable and stress free.


  11. Bed and breakfast, Italian styleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 |

    Roots of Creation, the widely acclaimed reggae-rock band that emerged from the Monadnock region 15 years ago, hit No.


  12. Biggest cruise ship in the world leaves 200million legacy for SouthamptonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Daily Echo

    SHE is the biggest the ship in the world and as she departs Southampton on her maiden voyage she leaves a legacy worth A 200million to the local economy. Royal Caribbean International, the owner of Harmony of the Seas, has signed a seven-year deal with the port of Southampton which secures the City Cruise Terminal as the official UK home of the holiday company until 2023.


  13. Long Weekend on the Amalfi CoastRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Fodor's

    Even in the summer, when the beaches are crowded and the piazzas teem with tourists, there's no denying the magic of the Amalfi Coast. Easily accessible thanks to its proximity to Naples - the largest city in southern Italy - the picturesque coastline and its jewel-box towns make for the perfect weekend escape.


  14. An Eiffel Tower stay is one answer awayRead the original story

    Friday May 20 | San Jose Mercury News

    You've gazed up at the Eiffel Tower. Photographed it. Climbed its stairs. Ridden its elevators.


  15. From Florence to Beirut to Cannes - The Short Film, Finding My...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | SBWire

    Prequel to the feature film, "Growing Cedars in Air", "Finding my Lebanon" tells the story of a "modern nomad", the kind of man who was raised without any knowledge of his roots, his past, his heritage. The short film is the childhood dream of a boy who has never heard the stories of his past.


  16. 'Tonight Show' intern wannabe carts around FallonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 19 | USA Today

    A longtime Jimmy Fallon fan turned her semester abroad into a brilliant bid for an internship at The Tonight Show . Northeastern University student Halle O'Conor, who has been attending Florence's Lorenzo de Medici School since February and returns on Saturday, is crisscrossing Europe in the company of several 8-inch cardboard cutouts of the late-night host and documenting his "journeys" on a special Instagram account.


  17. Never bored on a paddleboardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | This is Wiltshire

    Abi Jackson paddles her way through this country of contrasts and surprises What would a dream holiday scene look like to you? For me, there would trees, mountains, water and unspoilt natural landscape. Slovenia, I recently discovered, has this in spades - but I didn't just get to stop and look at the view, I stepped into it.


  18. From the Ferris wheel to 'The Skyline': How would you ignite Chicago tourism?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Chicago Tribune

    The latest idea to boost Chicago tourism is for an aerial gondola called The Skyline, which would connect Navy Pier, Millennium Park and the Chicago Riverwalk. You pass tourists on the street every day, chattering in the world's languages, eyes ablaze with curiosity, gawking at the many wonders of Chicago.


  19. Spend a night in an apartment atop the Eiffel TowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Inhabitat

    Plenty of tourists visit the Eiffel Tower in Paris every year, but not many can say they've made it their vacation home. Next month, four lucky contest winners will have the chance to stay in an apartment on the 300-meter tall landmark's first floor during the upcoming UEFA Euro 2016 football tournament.


  20. Verona becomes latest destination from BIARead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Ballymena Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Pictured launching the new Verona route are Naomi Sainty from Thomson Airways, Airport Business Development Director Uel Hoey and Jill Russell from Topflight.