Visitors guide to Calabria

Visitors guide to Calabria

Calabria is not only a beautiful area in the southern part of Italy with crystal clear beaches both of the Ionian and the Tyrrenian Seas, being also neighbour with Sicily, located really close to it, between them standing only the strait called Messina. Calabria is the perfect holiday destination for any type of person. It has an amazing coastline with unique sea views, both sandy and rocky beaches. It is a great place also for those who like the wild nature or for those who are keen on ancie... [ read more ]

Typical local food in Basilicata

Typical local food in Basilicata

Basilicata is a perfect holiday destination for any type of tourist as the landscape is beautiful and varied offering different activites from relaxation on the beach to winter sports or hiking. After you choose the resort and the hotel that suits your personality and plan some activities you migh think of the food of this region as well. You definitely have to try as many particular dishes as you can when you travel to a foreign country, as this is completing your cultural experience and mak... [ read more ]

Culinary experiences in Abruzzo

Culinary experiences in Abruzzo

Abruzzo is an especially beautiful tourist destination, known as the “greenest region” of Italy and lies between the Apennines to the Adriatic Sea. It has many famous peaks, winter resorts, these continuing with hills and finally ending with marveloud beaches. If you consider visiting Abruzzo, you can choose between many activities. You can discover the history of the region, visit monasteries and villages,you can learn about the local traditions of to see some interesting art works. If yo... [ read more ]

Top activities and tastes of Veneto

Top activities and tastes of Veneto

The beautiful region of Veneto is located on the northeastern part of Italy extending from the Adriatic Sea to the Dolomites. The most outstanding part of the region is probably the Venetian lagoon and one of the most special and unique cities in the world: Venice. Be one of the million tourists who visit this wonderful region and be amazed of its beauty. The region of Veneto has a thousand faces hiding artistic, traditional and natural treasures. There are lots to see in Veneto. Be lost in a... [ read more ]

Italy Christmas Markets in Bressanone and Merano

Italy Christmas Markets in Bressanone and Merano

In Italy the Christmas markets are quite popular among locals and foreigners as well who visit during the seasonal holiday from all over Europe and the world. In Italian these markets are called Mercatino di Natale and we should mention here the most famous one in Rome, the Piazza Navona but the smaller ones in the Italian Alps or in Trentino are also remarkable. They all have nativity scenes, crib displays and several fun activities. Taste the most delicious Italian Christmas foods and deser... [ read more ]

Visiting Piemonte– traditional food and wine

Visiting Piemonte– traditional food and wine

Visit the least Italian regions of Italy, Valle d’Aosta and Piemonte, located in the northwestern region of the country next to the Swiss and French Alps. Until the 19th century the residents of Piemonte used French as their first language and even today, their dialect reflects its influence. On the other hand Valle d’Aosta is a bilingual region which is full of Swiss emigrants who speak a German based dialect. Visit these wonderful Italian regions and taste the best Italian wines next to... [ read more ]

Gems of the Italian cuisine

Gems of the Italian cuisine

It is absolutely impossible to visit Italy without having at least one guilty thought about the delicious pastas, the flavoured pizzas and the sweet and fruity gelatos. Even the Best Seller writer, Elizabeth M. Gilbert, in her famous memoirs “Eat, Pray, Love” talks about discovering herself on a journey through one of the best things this world has ever created: the gems of Italian cuisine. A journey about yourself To understand the history of the Italian cuisine, first of all you nee... [ read more ]