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More to Milan – Part 1

Of the several most popular destinations in Italy; Milan is one that always makes the top of the list. Despite the historical and cultural pulls that bring people from all over the globe to see the remaining structures of Rome or take a trip down the romanticized canals of Venice,[…]

Italy’s Natural Wonders – Part 3

Maddalena Archipelago – Sardinia This group of islands that spring from the edge of the already land liberated Sardinia make for an amazing day out or an ideal destination for your entire holiday. Consisting of seven main islands and sprouting several smaller ones this cluster of beautiful little specks of[…]

Go Fresh or Go Home – Part 2

Meats Another ingredient that appears in great Italian food almost as often as the omnipresent olive is good quality meat. Although big chunky steaks do exist here the real piece of the puzzle lies in Italy’s cured meats and cold cuts. These thinly sliced strips or circles of meat come[…]

Ice Cream and Italy

Gelato is one of Italy’s biggest and best exports as one of the famous desserts all around the world. We all know that Gelato comes from Italy, but not many of us know about the recipe, kinds and making process of this highlight of Italian cuisine.

Islands of Italy – Part 2

We have previously covered 5 mesmerizing islands of Italy. However, because there are more than just those which are on Italy coast, let’s swim to other shores to see more beautiful attractions surrounded by the clear blue water. Capri Island in the Bay of Naples, the most glamorous of all[…]

Carnival of Venice – Part 3

Attending the Carnival today is just as exciting as it was years ago, obviously it doesn’t come with quite the significant cultural equilibrium, but masked people are still walking the streets and many a party is underway. Now thanks to international tourism and the spread of information via the internet[…]

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Carnival of Venice – Part 2

Masks Come in Many Varieties As you know by now the masks of the festival are a key part of tradition and make up probably the most memorable and iconic pictures of the celebration. Despite certain styles being portrayed more often than others, there are actually several different types of[…]

Carnival of Venice – Part 1

What You Need to Know In the lead up to Easter in the UK the most exciting day is Shrove Tuesday – because people make pancakes. In Venice however the historical festival stretches over months and brings back some old and beloved traditions to its townspeople and all those who[…]

More to Milan – Part 3

Milan Has Culture This almost goes without saying as the city has become synonymous with style as the emerging generations continue its legacy as a hub of what’s cool and what’s not. This isn’t a recent creation though as you may guess by the sheer amount of expensive and decadent[…]

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More to Milan – Part 2

Milan Has Da Vinci Far from the Duomo on the other end of Milan sits a fairly unsuspecting building, (although if you’ve been to the cathedral everything else may seem bland in comparison) covered outside with vertical strips of white that form bands around its red brick – this is[…]

History in Stone

One the heart of the entire world Rome is famous for many things, which is why Italy has a steady and infinite flow of tourists. Known for not being built in a day as well as paying tribute to some colourful characters and terrifyingly unbalanced deities, the Greek and Roman[…]