| Hidden No More | The most famous European cities are on everybody’s radar, and justifiably so. But there are others equally beautiful and picturesque, just not quite so well known. Typically these tend to be even more authentic—expressly because they aren’t tourist magnets. We have collated a list of five of the best of these “secret” Euro […]
| Green Travel News | Eight of ten U.S. travelers are interested in green travel, but only two out of those ten made deliberate eco-friendly travel choices in the past year. So what’s the hangup? Why didn’t the other “interested” travelers go green? “They just didn’t have the information to do it,” concluded Jenny Rushmore, […]
The venerable Il Convivio Troiani is the first Michelin-starred restaurant in Rome, Italy to be certified organic.
America’s leading natural foods grocery, Whole Foods Market, debuts Whole Journeys—tours that offer foodies “exclusive interaction” with farmers, chefs, wineries, cheesemakers, as well as excursions to indigenous food festivals.
At the only international hotel event to focus entirely on hotel design, a family-owned eco-hotel in central Milan took this year’s “Sustainable Design” award. Starhotels E.c.ho Milano, a 143-room hotel that was completely renovated in 2011
| Green Travel News | No need to endure the stale jokes and take-it-or-leave-it schedules of city bus tours ever again. Be greener and walk at your own pace, on your own timetable, without fear of missing a thing. GPSmyCity, an iPhone software start-up based in Las Vegas, offers a travel app that turns your […]
| Greening in Roma | They say Rome is an old city that never gets old. We never tire of it. Long ago we fell under the thrall of its simple classics of cuisine like cacio e pepi, an irresistible Roman dish that consists of only 3 ingredients. Of its piazzas, ostentatiously grand or all […]