Piet Radioaktief

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Tokyo, Japan: Where to eat, where to stay, what to do

When it comes to describing the sensory experience that is Japan, perfection is an understatement. As a city, Tokyo is stylish, steeped in history …

A New Hello Kitty Bullet Train Is Coming to Japan — See the First Photos Now!

It's time to add another must-do item to your Hello Kitty travel bucket list! West Japan Railway Co. (JR West) is launching a new Hello Kitty bullet train that will debut on its Sanyo Shinkansen Line, which connects Osaka to Fukuoka, on Saturday, June 30. According to the company's release, the …

Japan

Escale à Portofino - the chic seaside town on the Italian Riviera

Portofino conjures up posh images of an Italian resort town where 1960s glamour stars laze in the hot Ligurian sun. It’s no wonder that Dior chose it …

Italy

Italy’s fabulous five: planning your visit to the Cinque Terre

The Italian Riviera is not short of rugged coastline or romantic towns and villages, but the five fishing communities of the Cinque Terre are its most iconic highlight. The five villages are no longer the isolated hamlets they once were, but there’s still a feeling of remote authenticity, with few …

Italy

VIDEO: Five Things to Do in Venice

A labyrinthine city of canals, brides, and cobblestone alleys, it’s no surprise that Venice is always at the top of everyone's travel bucket list. If …

Italy

The Griff Rhys Jones guide to Venice

It’s not just the crumbling palaces and the ridiculous churches (and, God knows, there are enough of those). It’s not just the punts laden with cement or cabbages, the ambulance boats, police boats and possibly even motorcycle-messenger boats. It’s not just the soggy steps, the arching bridges …

8 of the best beaches in Italy

But add the incredible number and variety of beaches to the equation, and suddenly the country becomes a mandatory item on every traveler's to-do list.<p>Here, we've collected fifteen of the best beaches to visit across the nation. Whether you're hoping for a rustic retreat in the mountains, a …

The 10 Best Restaurants In Montepulciano

Montepulciano, Italy, is renowned for its fine Tuscan cuisine. The regional food is led by the idea of simplicity, but that doesn’t mean every dish …

Italy on a budget: live la dolce vita at affordable restaurants, hotels and spas

Italy is a nation that loves a bargain, so follow the locals’ example and explore great-value food options, low-cost hotels and cheap – or free – beaches and spas<p>Italians really know how to stretch their euros on holiday. They may have a reputation for living the <i>dolce vita</i>, but they really, <i>really</i> …

Italy

Eight festivals you must attend in your lifetime

This week's winning letter<p>Appetite for New Zealand<p>“Well, good luck with that – I couldn’t eat half that stuff,” she shuddered, turning to serve the next customer.<p>We’d only learnt about the Hokitika Wild Food Festival while trekking across the Franz Josef Glacier on New Zealand’s South Island. …

Best Beaches in Italy

How can you improve on an Italian getaway? Make it an Italian beach getaway. Here are the country's best spots for sun, sand, and scenery.<p>There’s …

Italy

Explore the Charming City of Venice in 5 Days

Mention you’re going to Venice and most people would think about the canals and gondolas. This romantic city definitely has canals and gondolas, but …

Italy

8 Italian Riviera cities and towns you have to visit

This post is also available in: French<p>The Italian or Ligurian Riviera, a coastal strip that lies between the South of France and the Tuscany borders …

An Insider’s Guide to the Amalfi Coast: Add These 3 Under-the-Radar Towns to Your Itinerary

Braving the last leg of the journey to Italy’s Amalfi Coast is not for the faint of heart. The white-knuckled wind down a narrow, cliff-hugging road should be enough to deter, yet this stretch of southern coast near the Sorrentine Peninsula lures countless visitors each summer—both Italian sun …