Gritti Palace: Venice Posh  The hotel’s Il Libro ‘d Oro reads like a who’s who, with names as varied as Sir Winston Churchill, Bert Bachrach, Mick Jagger, Rod Stieger and Clark Cable attesting to world-class service and incredible views by Louis Bignami 

Peggy Guggenheim's Museum  The Grand Canal that became her home after WW II, the best small museum in the world by Louis Bignami

Life at Risotto   There’s no question but the Casanova, in the Hotel Palace, offers the best Italian food in Milano by Louis Bignami

Understanding Italy A look at Italian customs and culture by Louis Bignami

Mastering Milano An artful guide to North Italy's most wealthy city by Louis Bignami 

Milan Style The case for Milan as Europe's most stylish city by Louis Bignami 
How Suite it is Milan's premier hotels by Louis Bignami   
Milano Malpensa's Milano's "Interesting" International Airport by Louis Bignami 
Italian Villas How-to lease Villas to escape the city crowds by Louis Bignami 

Bormio  If you like cobbled medieval Italian towns and don't mind a lack of Alpine resort atmosphere, you'll find the center of Bormio very appealing - though you're unlikely to be staying there by Louis Bignami

Bressanone/Brixen For many centuries, Brixen has been one of the most important towns in the mountainous center of Europe, and for over a millennium, the home of the Region's bishops.

Cervinia(Consoizio) Mile after mile of high-altitude, snowsure cruising.

Cortina d'Ampezzo  Simply the world's most beautiful winter playground.

Courmayeur A seductive village on the sunny side of Mont Blanc.

Madonna di Campiglio Madonna is rather like Cortina - a pleasant Dolomite town with an affluent, almost exclusively Italian, clientele.

Sestriere  Sestriere was built for snow - high, with north-west-facing slopes - and it has very extensive snowmaking, too

Val Gardena The Sella Ronda has been revolutionized over the last few years by heavy investment in both the lift system and artificial snowmaking.