The Thousand Words: Anna Volpi

The Thousand Words: Anna Volpi

A picture tells a thousand words... and we are here to tell you a few more in our ongoing series A Thousand Words where we dig through the vault of talented photographers at Aperture Tours and get them to open up a little about some of their favourite images. This week we look at our Northern Italian photographer Anna Volpi.

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Five Reasons to Visit Tuscany this Spring

Five Reasons to Visit Tuscany this Spring

Tuscany is one of Italy's most visited regions, welcoming Italian and foreign tourists alike, but even Tuscany has some off the beaten path gems that can be enjoyed at a leisurely pace. I can honestly say that there is not a single spot that I do not enjoy in Tuscany. I have collected some favourites I want to share with you. I am not including food and wine in these five reasons to visit Tuscany, because you already know about it.

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Between meals in Venice

Between meals in Venice

In Italy, it's always time to eat and drink. So much so they have their own weird drink sizes, in case you only want a tiny glass of wine. While you're drinking, you're going to want to nibble on something. Let's go through these adult beverage sizes and morsels and the best places to find them so you can navigate the Canal city with joy.

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Aperitivos in Mantua

Aperitivos in Mantua

When one thinks of Shakespeare in Italy, they usually think of Verona, and rightfully so. But few know that just a half hour south of the city known for its great love tragedy lies Mantua, a small gem of a town where Romeo was banished to. For some great photography without walking miles, we explore this wonderful city.

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