An industrial powerhouse and internationally accepted arbiter of taste in fashion and design, Milan is not only Italy’s business and commercial center, but a bustling and vibrant metropolis replete with cultural attractions and a history that are often overlooked.
In the heart of Milan’s renowned fashion district lies the sublime five star Mandarin Oriental Milan. Just steps away from this urban sanctuary are the city’s most iconic attractions which include the breathtaking Teatro alla Scala opera house, Duomo, and internationally recognized luxury boutiques that solidify Milan’s standing as the design and fashion capital of Italy.
When planning your next trip to Italy, fill it with pure adventure, heavenly food, and undiscovered beauty.
By:Rory Winston Rising from the sandy beaches that hang like a wreath along the Adriatic’s turquoise sea, the chalk white world of Puglia with its limestone hills, stone towers, and row upon row of olive trees and grapevines. Here, 3000 years of wine making tradition – from ancient Greek to Roman to Turkish, French…
A favorite amongst Roman emperors, the rich and famous, artists, and writers, the picturesque island of Capri continues to be one of the Mediterranean’s most loved destinations.
By W. A. Muller
Give the La Dolce Vita lifestyle at Little Italy in Wildwood Crest, New Jersey. If you’re ever in the mood for mouthwatering Italian delicacies then look no further than this beloved establishment. Owned and operated by Chef Giovanni Sanzone and his wife Sandy, the restaurant has been serving customers for over two decades. Little Italy is the next best thing to actually being in Italia.