Forlimpopoli, just an hour’s train ride from Bologna, is a beautiful town anchored by a center devoted to the food and wine of Italy.
A flight delay and a missed train left me with little time. But a lucky meeting with another traveler resulted in this beautiful one hour tour of Bologna.
The rolling hills, fields of grapevines, and early evening sky outside Modena, in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy. Such beauty and serenity.
Oh, Italy. Finally fulfilling a solo travel dream to visit Italy, I begin sharing some of my favorite photos from Milan and the Lombardy Region. Sigh.
Most of the canals in Bologna are covered. Here is a photo of one of the few that are open and visible – if you know where to look.
Check out this gorgeous sunset, captured by a Solo Travel Society member who was enjoying the moment in Vernazza, Cinque Terre, in Italy.
Check out this great shot of the city and the Duomo, taken by a Solo Travel Society member from the vantage point of the Pitti Palace in Florence, Italy.
Matera, Italy is rated highly by this Solo Travel Society member. She found it to be an ideal destination for a first visit to the country.
Siena, Italy is recommended by this Solo Travel Society member as a safe, walkable, beautiful, and delicious destination.
Ah, Venice. Where even a photo of a wall looks like a masterpiece. This one comes to us courtesy of a member of the Solo Travel Society.
Fond memories of Italy sent me searching for photos to share.
A morbid imagination took me to the Anatomical Theater in Bologna to discover that what I had imagined was closer to the truth than I expected.
This Solo Travel Society member found her Paradise in the Mediterranean and recommends you visit and fall in love with Sardinia too.
One day. Just one day for this fabulous city. What to do? Here’s a itinerary.
Charming villages, friendly people, and gorgeous hiking trails made the Cinque Terre a perfect destination for this first-time solo traveler.
One has to rise before the sun to catch how Parmigiano-Reggiano is made and then enjoy other features of beautiful Parma.
This Solo Travel Society member loved the energy of Palermo and recommends wandering through the narrow streets to get a feel for the city.
A short train ride from Bologna and I was in Venice. Remarkable for its canals, I discovered it through its food.
Yet again, traveling solo serves up an extraordinary experience, this time accompanied by delicious food.
To rediscover a lost love is a wonderful thing. In this case, my lost love was food. In Italy, a country full of romance, it was found.