A state of 3.5 million residents situated between New York City and Boston, Connecticut is rich in Italian tradition in many of its cities, but none has a wider national influence than New Haven. In fact, some in “the nutmeg state” say that “Elm City” is home to the best pizza in America.

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Italian Neighborhood Guide: Little Italy New Haven, CT

Little Italy in New York City is a popular attraction for visitors to the Big Apple. It once spanned 30 blocks in the lower east side, boarded by Lafayette and the Bowery and Kenmare to Worth Street. Today, it is north of Chinatown, restricted to solely Mulberry Street. People will know recognize it as the location of films like The Godfather, Mean Streets, and Analyze This.

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Italian Neighborhood Guide: Exploring Mulberry Street, New York City’s Little Italy

For most of us, there is never enough time to see and experience everything we want in Italy. But, with some advanced planning, you can have the adventure of a lifetime while exploring Italy’s different regions. You’ll be able to check some things off your bucket list while maximizing the most adventure for your trip. Here are some locations to consider on your tour through Italy.

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Three Amazing Places to Visit When Traveling to Italy

It’s no surprise that Rome is one of the most visited cities in the entire world. There are classic bucket-list monuments to visit such as the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain. Once you arrive, navigating the cobblestone streets of Rome can feel like a daunting task. There is so much to see and always so little time. It is true that you can walk through the entire historic center of Rome on foot.

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When in Rome do as the Romans do: Vespa Tour in the Eternal City

Palermo is known for its storied past, picturesque beaches, and trademark street food rather than its sustainable shopping scene, but with a rising cohort of creatives, Palermo is Sicily’s Milan—with fewer crowds and double the charm.

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A Guide to the Artisan Shops in Palermo

Calabria is at the toe of Italy’s boot and one of the country’s least-visited regions. In this part of southern Italy, getaways are all about the beach and the sea, making it the ideal spot for a vacation. It’s a place where you’ll discover seaside towns spread out along the clifftops, with the coves and beaches below being some of the best in the country.

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A Guide to Calabria

Every country has its own forgotten corners and regions that visitors ignore. Southern Italy has many such outposts, places that until recently were often seen only by the more well-informed travelers. Basilicata is one, but it is safe to say that this instep of the boot doesn’t deserve its obscurity. With a painful past and yet a promising future, Basilicata is well worth a visit.

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A Guide to Basilicata

There’s no reason to believe there is a bad time to visit Italy. Each season offers different festivals, holidays, climates, and food to enjoy across all 20 Italian regions.

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A Seasonal Guide to the Best Times to Travel to Italy

Naples is often known as the cultural capital of Southern Italy for its blend of tradition, passion, and grit. The Neapolitan people have a strong sense of identity, and their dialect reaches far outside the metropolitan borders.

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A Guide to the Best Day Trips from Napoli

Vorrei condividere con voi una dichiarazione d’amore dedicata alla mia città: Milano. Non la si può che amare

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