When you are traveling to Italy, time changes. Of course, there's a change of time zones, which is considerable if you're coming from North America. There are also subtle adjustments regarding the lifestyle of Italians and how they regard time on a daily basis. Italy conducts business in a different way than North America and it can take some time to get used to.

Today, Rome is a cosmopolitan city, where modern life coexists next to ancient relics. No trip to Italy would be complete without spending some time here. There is so much to see and do here that if you have time, it's great to devote at least a week to the city. Here are some of my favorite things about Rome.

Your trip to Italy will go a lot easier if you've got your travel plans figured out ahead of time. Unplanned travel in a foreign country can end up being difficult, and could provide unfavorable results if you are not able to experience things as you would have liked. Here are some tips on Italy travel - getting there, and getting around once you're in Italy.

As a potential tourist, you're wondering when to take your trip to Italy, so let’s look at what Italy weather you might find visiting at various times of the year.

Gondeliers in Venice are known for seranading their passengers as they glide through the canals of Venice. Even in Italy, people are paying attention to the US Presidential election, and here it's no different, as these gondeliers express their preferences in song!

There is no place on earth quite like Venice. It took a tremendous feat of engineering to create a city out of 118 small islands…and nature may someday reclaim this “living museum” of gondolas, bridges and ornate churches and palaces.

I found a fun post today over on Adventure is the Spice of Life. They have some antique photographs of Rome, which look at...

Memories are precious - my first memories of Rome certainly are. I have a photo that was taken during my first trip to Rome, Italy....

Like many travelers to Italy, a visit to Florence was on my must-do list from the beginning. There is much to see in this...