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Everyone knows a bit about Italy’s breadbasket, the Emilia-Romagna region, even if they don’t realize it. It’s the home of several of Italy’s most important foodstuffs: balsamic vinegar of Modena, stuffed pastas like tortellini, Lambrusco wine, and perhaps its most …

Lake Garda is a stunning destination known for its crystal-clear waters, lovely towns, and breathtaking landscapes. Situated between the regions of Lombardy, Veneto, and Trentino-Alto Adige, it is Italy’s largest lake and attracts visitors from around the world. Its shores …

2024 marks a pivotal year for roots tourism, a movement that Italy is championing with determination and commitment. As more Italians living abroad and their descendants seek to reconnect with their ancestral origins, Italy introduces Italea (www.italea.com), an ambitious project designed to facilitate …

We previously had the pleasure of introducing our readers to Vero Viaggio, the brainchild of Jean Rivaldi and Francesca Peretto. Combining immersive language learning with cultural exploration, Vero Viaggio offers an unparalleled Italian experience. “Vero Viaggio means ‘real trip’ or …

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If we think of a white city in Puglia, of course, we think of beautiful Ostuni, but there is another one: Locorotondo.  Locorotondo, one of the Borghi più Belli d’Italia, is located in the heart of Puglia’s Valle d’Itria, at …

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The Rete delle Città Medievali Italiane is a significant collaboration between various municipalities across Italy, all unified by a common goal: to showcase and promote their medieval heritage. This initiative, with Viterbo at the forefront, wants to highlight the architectural beauty and historical depth …

Melfi, located at the heart of the Basilicata region in Southern Italy, is a town rich in history, culture, and tradition. Nestled in the Vulture territory of the province of Potenza, this medieval town has a prosperous and fascinating past, …

Isola Bella, a well-known destination in the Italian Lakes District, is located in Piedmont, within the province of Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, and lies just a short distance from the renowned city of Stresa and a couple of hours by car from Turin.  …

The region of Molise, nestled between the Adriatic Sea, Puglia, Campania, Abruzzo, and Lazio, has already embraced Turismo delle Radici, the key lifeline of 2024 Italian tourism, as proposed and endorsed by the Farnesina. And it couldn’t be otherwise because …

If you have been to Rome, you likely enjoyed a coffee in one of the many elegant, old-fashioned cafés of Piazza Navona: yes, that coffee probably cost you twice as much as anywhere else, but man, was it worth it! …

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