Tuscan Towns

Tuscany like much of Italy is dotted with small, old towns. Some date back to the times of the ancient Romans. In many, you will find the┬áCentro Storico, enclosed by stonewalls. Entering the portal of these areas will take you back in time. Museums hold artifacts and famous artwork. Little shops with local crafts can … More Tuscan Towns

Upward to San Marino

Tucked atop a mountain in central-eastern Italy is the tiny republic of San Marino. Considered to be the oldest republic in the world with a constitution dating back to 1243. The people of San Marino chose not to become part of a unified Italy in 1861 and Giuseppe Garibaldi honored their wishes. A winding road … More Upward to San Marino