For centuries the food that sustained locals in Abruzzo was bread. Our editor enjoyed it so much, in fact, that it left him with a permanent craving.
Abruzzo is rooted in rustic peasant fare, and talented chefs are elevating it with modern techniques and creative ingredients. Here, three restaurants to try.
Spend the day in Abruzzo's seaside city of Pescara to experience Italian beach life, admire art nouveau villas and taste exquisite local seafood and wine.
The wines of Abruzzo are becoming better known thanks to a small group of producers who are making exceptional vintages from the region's grapes.
Taking the road less traveled has many rewards in Italy. Our editor ventured to the little-known region of Abruzzo and came away utterly charmed.
The hearty, rustic cooking of Abruzzo is based on the region's lamb, as well as some of the best-quality pasta in Italy. Here are five specialties to look for.
Just two hours from Rome lies the little-known region of Abruzzo. Our editor discovered two hideaways, one in a castle, the other in a medieval village.
Our editor visits Cape Town, South Africa, and finds it transformed after the opening of The Silo. This issue also sees extensive coverage of Abruzzo, Italy.