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10 Italian Cooking and Dining Mistakes
Published on Sunday, September 8, 2013 by The Academia Barilla in Parma is the first international center dedicated to the development and promotion of Italian gastronomic culture. So the folks there know a thing or two about Italian food and how it should be prepared and eaten. The center recently published  10 Italian cooking commandments according to Academia Barilla. Here they are: 1. You shall not s...
Five Italian Cities worth a Visit
Published on Tuesday, June 5, 2012 by When you want to enjoy Italy at its best, you definitely ought to visit its five fascinating cities - Rome, Venice, Milan, Florence, and Naples. These beautiful cities are a perfect amalgamation of Italian history and modern attractions. With abundant places to visit, these cities are sure to create moments that you’ll cherish for years to come. Each city here has s...
What to Wear & What Not to Wear in Italy!
Published on Thursday, May 24, 2012 by Your trip to the fashion capital of the world definitely calls for a special set of clothing. And if you are wondering what to wear in Italy, here are the answers to all your questions. The attire you should carry always depends on the time of the year and the season in which you are visiting the country. Summer in Italy is the best time when you can dress in your fin...
Romantic San Marco Festival in Venice!
Published on Monday, April 16, 2012 by You needn’t necessarily wait till next February to show off your love for your dear one! The San Marco Festival in Italy gives you yet another reason to celebrate your love for the apple of your eye. Although this Italian tradition started off as a religious festival, it is being celebrated as a day for lovers in the romantic city of Venice! The St. Marks festiva...
Amusing Palio della Rana!
Published on Thursday, April 5, 2012 by Croak! Croak! ‘Princess and the Frog’ fable looks like an old-wives’ tale before the comical Palio della Rana. Wondering what is it? It means handsome men, wooden wheelbarrows and good ol’ grumpy frogs. For a perfect light-hearted Italian trip, head to Fermignano in the Marche region during the Sunday after Easter. Because, that is when the Golden Frog r...
Mischievous April’s Fish in Italy
Published on Monday, April 2, 2012 by April Fool’s Day, also known as All Fool’s Day is one of the light-hearted days of celebration in all parts of the world. World celebrates every important heroic events and religious festivals, but April 1st has been dedicated to celebrate foolishness. Till date, no one knows the history behind celebrating April Fool’s day, but the most accepted reason for th...
Happy Birthday, Rome!
Published on Friday, March 30, 2012 by Celebrations in Italy are not a rarity, and if you are in Rome on April 21st, then you can very well be a part of some exciting celebrations. Yes, the Eternal City, Rome is turning 2765 years old city on the 21st of April. Romans commemorate this day as the birthday of Rome, which was founded by Romulus in 753 B.C. Romans have a very interesting story behind the fo...
Be a Part of Italy’s Oldest Carnival Celebration in Puglia
Published on Monday, March 19, 2012 by Italy is not just a place filled with exotic locales; it is also home to some of the most exciting carnivals in the world. Carnivals in Italy have their own uniqueness and attract all kinds of people from around the world. One of the oldest carnival celebrations in Italy is the Puglia carnival that reveals a lot about the Italian traditions It’s not only the olde...
Hydrangea Festival in Bolsena – A Special Reason to Visit Italy
Published on Thursday, June 23, 2011 by Summer in Italy is always refreshing. If you want to travel around Italy this summer, then make sure you include Bolsena in your itinerary. This ancient Italian city exhibits some of the most spectacular sceneries in the world, which makes it one of the favorite Italy travel destinations for tourists! In addition to the exotic locales, there is another special reason ...