Last updated on July 21st, 2022
JourneyWoman’s Guide to
Our December book club pick is Tembi Locke’s memoir, “From Scratch: A Memoir of Love, Sicily and Finding Home”, about her transracial romance with her Italian husband and her grief after his untimely death.
Tina Hartas, Co-founder of TripFiction, shares 10 books that will make you fall in love with Italy. Come and get lost in them!
Six books that might just inspire you to walk your own Camino, recommended by women who have done it.
On the occasion of her 75th birthday and 25th wedding anniversary, Diana Eden retraced her honeymoon, falling in love with Italy and her husband all over again.
Some of our favourite places in Italy
Looking for a Woman-friendly Tour in Italy?
Susan Van Allen, author of ‘100 Places In Italy Every Woman Should Go‘ tells us what she puts in her suitcase when she sets out for Italy.
American Journeywoman Rebecca Bricker shares her best tips and must-see attractions in Florence, Italy.
When I need travel advice I go to the experts I meet online. For this travel tip article, I consulted with females (and one delightful guy) on Twitter who have an Italian connection.
Travel addict and social media enthusiast, Simon Falvo is an Italian travel writer sharing her wild journeys on her blog Wild About Travel. Here are her 20 things women should know about Milan.
Evelyn Hannon shares seven tips on where to eat, stay and shop from her week-long stay in Florence, Italy.
Christy Kummer is a twenty-something Journeywoman and staffing coordinator living in Santa Cruz, California. Last year she travelled with four friends to Cinque Terre and offers this mini report on one of her favorite places in Italy.
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.”
At age 69, Sally Peabody took her first trip to Venice, weeks before knee replacement surgery that would halt her travels in their tracks.
Italy is a dream that keeps returning for the rest of your life.
-Anna Akhmatova, poet