A glittering, sun-drenched archipelago in the Mediterranean, the Aeolian Islands are one of the most dreamed-about travel destinations in the world. Off the coast of Sicily, the seven tiny islands are characterized by black and white sand beaches, smoldering craters, and rough, rocky coastlines. Often called the “Seven Sisters,” the islands were once believed to be the home of Vulcan and Aeolus, the god of fire and the god of wind.
Courtland Crosswell McBroom is the Texan blogger behind the new cooking and entertaining blog, Cooking and Convo. As you’ll see from the photos, she’s got an amazing eye for décor and knows how to throw a party! We interviewed her about her latest gathering. Read on for great party suggestions and recipes for your next parties! Read More »
We are thrilled to announce VIETRI’s 2014 event tour! VIETRI’s artisans, ambassadors, and founder have packed their bags to travel to 18 states over the coming months for 50 special events across the country! Read More »
We got such a great response with our Guess the Italian Painting post that we’re going to make it a series! We’re looking at famous Italian sites today. How many can you identify? Answers at the bottom! Leave a comment with your score!
1. Leaning Tower of Pisa
3. Duomo of Florence
4. Roman Forum
6. St. Peter’s Basilica
7. Bridge of Sighs
8. Ponte Vecchio
9. Duomo of Milan
11. Doges Palace