Tuscany

Tuscany: Golden and Glorious

A blog post for Travelsphere, November 2020
"Think of this sun-drenched Italian region and you will picture rolling hills and patchwork fields hemmed in by stately cypress trees, and ivy-engulfed farmhouses swimming in golden light..."

Italy: Walking in Ancient Footsteps

An article for Just You Inspirations Magazine, January 2020
"From South Tyrol and the shores of Lake Garda, to the soft beauty of Tuscany and the Amalfi Coast, ancient routes (once used by Romans, shepherds and pilgrims) weave through Italy..."

European and Worldwide Brochure 2020

Catalogue content and itineraries for Travelsphere, November 2019
"Round off your holiday with an included excursion to 'The Sound of Music' mecca Salzburg, one of Europe's best preserved historic cities, and hardly changed since the days of Mozart..."

Chasing Dan Brown’s Inferno in Florence

A blog post for City Wonders, June 2018
"The cradle of the Renaissance, Florence is home to countless artistic treasures and beautiful buildings, so it makes an extraordinarily atmospheric setting for a mystery novel like Inferno..."

The Foodie’s Guide to Florence

A blog post for City Wonders, October 2017
"Florence may be mostly renowned as an exquisite repository of priceless art, but as hungry travellers already know, this Tuscan city is just as pleasing to the stomach as it is to the eyes..."

Tuscany Escapes: An Introduction

Website copy for Tuscany Escapes, March 2015
"There are legions of other alluring Tuscan towns, hilltop hamlets, coast-hugging villages and rural estates to be explored and experienced, each with its own unique identity and flavour..."

Livorno City Vacation Guide

A city guide for Expedia, August 2014
"While Livorno is far less famous, and far more industrial, than its Tuscan neighbours, its lack of pretentions is an asset. Start at the 17th-century canals of Piccola Venezia (Little Venice)..."