Monti Sibillini Castelluccio di Norcia

Umbria: Itinerary in the Green Heart of Italy

Let yourself be fascinated by the magic of Umbria, the green heart of Italy. Rich in history, art, culture and food (of course!), this region is a must-see over your trip to Italy. The most beautiful villages of the peninsula surrounded by enchanting rolling hills await you!

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Veneto, Typical Food and Wine Itinerary

Veneto, northern Italy, is certainly known for its capital, Venice, one of the most magical cities in the world. However, this region has a lot more to offer: just think of the Dolomites in the north, hiding secret alpine lakes,

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Northern Tuscany Itinerary with Typical Food

Tuscany is so popular all over the world for its beautiful landscapes and history of art, not to mention typical food (Florentine steak rings a bell?) and local wines as Chianti and Montepulciano. However, I think there is always something new to discover. In fact, in this article you’ll get to know less known typical dishes and wines of 7 places I personally visited in northern Tuscany – each town and city has its own traditions, believe me!

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Savory Traditional Dishes of Trentino, Italy

Trentino dishes are the result of years and years of influence of Austrian and Venetian cuisines so much so that sometimes it’s quite hard to define the origins of a dish. Traditional Trentino food is brought together by three elements: poor food, locally grown products and rigid winters.

one day itinerary in cremona

One Day Itinerary in Cremona: What to See and Typical Food

Cremona is one of the 12 provinces of Lombardy and over the decades has become renowned for the typical cuisine. Every year crowds of people come to visit Cremona to taste torrone, marubini, gran bollito and many other local dishes. In this article you’ll read my one-day itinerary that combines both the most worth-visiting city landmarks and places where to taste the excellency of Cremona cuisine.

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