Tina Hartas, Co-founder of TripFiction, shares 10 books that will make you fall in love with Italy. Come and get lost in them!
Imagine yourself in Italy; ambling across undulating hillsides, exploring ancient fortressed villages and tasting local delicacies. Retreat on your Feet offers slow-walking journeys, in small groups, through the cypress-dotted, sun-speckled, Tuscan countryside.
Cook in Tuscany is a culinary vacation for the traveler who wants to be a local and not a tourist.
This year I spent one week in Florence all by myself and it was so enjoyable. Much of the reason it was so much fun stemmed from the female-centered tips offered to me from other JourneyWomen both prior to my departure and while I was there. Now in true JW style I pass these suggestions on to other women heading off to explore Florence!
Adventures in Italy has been leading small groups in artistic and cultural tours in Orvieto, Umbria since 2003. Unpack and unwind in enchanted Orvieto and its environs falling into local rhythms and exploring food, culture, wine, and artful living.
Marlena de Blasi’s Memoir: “The Lady in the Palazzo: At Home in Umbria” Takes You to the Hilltop Village of Orvieto
Visits the ancient city of Orvieto in Italy’s Umbria region, with “The Lady in the Palazzo: At Home in Umbria.”
Brenda McCrank from our JourneyWoman Advisory Council shares her top picks for Context Travel’s virtual art, history and culinary seminars about Italy.
At age 69, Sally Peabody took her first trip to Venice, weeks before knee replacement surgery that would halt her travels in their tracks.
Small-group tours for women that allow you to immerse yourself in one of Europe’s Most Beautiful Places.
Broad Escapes delivers enriching experiences for women to travel in a safe and friendly environment.