Author Archives: Georgia Yuill

Umbria: Italy’s Green Heart

Often passed over by visitors seeking out its better-known neighbour, Umbria rewards travellers in ways both scenic and culinary. more…

In Deep: Siena

A perfect medieval time capsule, enlightened zoning restrictions have helped preserve the palaces and churches of Siena like nowhere else in Italy. more…

Where to Eat: Verona Restaurants

When it comes to gastronomy, there’s no denying that a host of Verona restaurants have helped the city earn its moniker, “the Garden of Eden.” more…

Beaches in Italy: Andiamo al Mare!

Few countries the size of Italy can boast such diverse geography and a wealth of summer destinations for its citizens—and fortunately for us, they are more than willing to share. more…

Milan Hotels: Where to Stay

Trip Designer and Slow Road columnist Georgia Yuill provided such a comprehensive list of Milan hotels, we couldn’t fit them all in one post! more…

More Milano Sights!

If you’ve got a full day to spend in Italy’s fashion capital, then make the half-day offered in our Insider’s Guide your morning, and continue on to these sights in the afternoon. more…

Where to Eat: Milan Restaurants

Some cities simply offer too much delicious fare to fit into a single Insider’s Guide. more…

Insider’s Guide to Milan

Let Trip Designer and Slow Road columnist Georgia Yuill be your local guide in her hometown, Milan more…

An Enchanting Encounter at Villa La Foce

With gorgeous grounds, incredible views and a location well positioned to bike, walk and explore, Villa La Foce is one of my favourite properties in Italy. more…

Insider’s Guide to Rome

Trip Designer and Slow Road columnist Georgia Yuill provides a B&R-inspired guide to Rome. more…

Dinner with David

Facilitating memorable experiences is one of the most rewarding parts of my job. Participating in them, however, is something truly special. more…

Vines 101: Chianti Wine

In this ongoing series, we pull back the curtain on some of our favourite wine regions in the world and explore their oenological origins. more…

Tuscany Cuisine 101

In our Cuisine 101 series, we introduce you to a few of our taste buds’ favourite regions. more…

Where to Eat: Siena Restaurants

For those looking for a little less risk (and a little more risotto) while on the road, we’ve collected a few of our favourite Siena restaurants. more…

Go West, Young Man
(and bring the family)

Coming up with activities that engage and interest multiple generations makes family vacation planning both challenging more…


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