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Faenza features attractions like the medieval Palazzo del Podestà, the neoclassical Palazzo Milzetti and the Tuscan-style Cathedral, which is one of the highest expressions of Renaissance art in the region of Emilia Romagna, where this lovely town is located. But...read more
Some time ago we published a post on Common Mistakes about Italian Cuisine, in which we explained that the 'Fettuccine Alfredo' never became as popular in Italy as they were (and still are) abroad. We also said that it is not that easy to find this dish in Italian...read more
Today we guide you through the “Strada del Vino e dei Sapori Colli di Maremma”, i.e. the Route of Wine and Flavors of the Maremma Hills, located in south-eastern Tuscany. Not only it is one of Italy's longest wine trails, it also offers most options and opportunities:...read more
Umbria is a region where art, food, wine and history are protagonists. Its artists excelled particularly at painting, for example Renaissance painter Pinturicchio. Delicious food includes strangozzi pasta with local black truffle from Norcia, while the red Montefalco...read more
Italian cuisine is so famous around the world, and yet so misunderstood. Many people often take for granted that they are eating something traditional from Italy, without knowing that the food they are enjoying could actually cause an Italian to recoil in surprise or...read more
The Tuscia is a historical region located between Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio and the Tyrrhenian Sea. Since prehistoric times, this beautiful land has welcomed many different people that have left obvious signs of their presence. In particular, the Etruscan civilization...read more