Best travel blogs Italy

There are surely as many wonderful trips to be taken in Italy as there are places: perhaps more than anywhere else, Italy's diverse artistic, cultural, historic and gastronomic riches create a country that you will never tire of exploring.
Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Expert destination Italy
  • Bleeding Espresso

    Bleeding Espresso by Michelle Fabio

    Culture

    Comments: This American attorney left law behind to enjoy the simple life in Italy. She now lives there with her husband, writing about Italian culture.

    Strong point: Her posts focus on how foreign culture changes your perspective and attitude.

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  • 50 Years in Italy

    50 Years in Italy by Mary Jane Cryan

    Culture

    Comments: Writer and historian Mary Cryan has lived in Italy since 1965 and from her palazzo near Rome she writes all about central Italy.

    Strong point: Made to feel like you are standing right by Mary's side on her travels!

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  • My Sardinian Life

    My Sardinian Life by Jennifer Avventura

    Culture

    Comments: This Canadian expat traveled the world before settling down in Sardinia. Check her out for the real scoop on Italy's dolce vita.

    Strong point: The georgeous photos from this beautiful Mediterranean island!

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  • ArtTrav

    ArtTrav by Alexandra Korey

    Culture

    Comments: This Florence-based blogger writes on all parts of Italy. Subscribing to the ideals of Slow Travel, she gives real insight into the local culture.

    Strong point: The thoughtful context, interpretation, and explanation.

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  • Italy travel notes

    Italy travel notes by Italy travel notes team

    Explore

    Comments: The blog has a large section on food and wine looking at it from different points of view: regions, cooking vs going out to eat, classic recipes etc.

    Strong point: In depth articles, well written by passionate contributors.

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  • On the Wine Trail in Italy

    On the Wine Trail in Italy by Alfonso Cevola

    Food

    Comments: This wine enthusiast splits his time between Italy, Texas, and California, searching for the perfect wine and sharing his passion with others.

    Strong point: His writing always reveals the magic of a good wine shared among friends.

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  • Life in Abruzzo

    Life in Abruzzo by The Life in Abruzzo team

    Explore

    Comments: Life in Abruzzo is a holiday guide with ideas and tips to explore this undiscovered part of central Italy.

    Strong point: Their festivals page details all the cultural events the locals enjoy.

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  • Italian Notes

    Italian Notes by Mette Vaabengaard

    Explore

    Comments: A tour of Italy's best draws, from wine tours in Florence to door knockers in Abruzzo

    Strong point: Professional, well-written and with great images

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  • Becoming Italian Word by Word

    Becoming Italian Word by Word by Dianna Hales

    Culture

    Comments: A great site for those learning Italian with examples and cultural references as well as images and videos with a list of vocab at the end

    Strong point: Focus on traditions helps to contextualise the vocab

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  • Rome Photo Blog

    Rome Photo Blog by Jessica Stewart

    Photos

    Comments: A look at daily Roman life by photographer/art historian. A mix of illustrative shots and art demonstrates a keen eye and sense of humour

    Strong point: Special section on street art with detailed descriptions

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  • A Dusty Olive Green

    A Dusty Olive Green by Birgitte Brøndsted

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    Comments: This Danish expat photographer captures the romance and whimsy of Europe's most charming cities. Her life feels like a magazine photo shoot.

    Strong point: Her thoroughly researched city guides on Florence, Rome, and Copenhagen.

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