Monthly Archives: gennaio 2018

The Telegraph’s 21 places in Italy you should visit

The Telegraph has published a list of places in Italy one has never thought to visit, but, as they write, really should. Let’s take a look at those in our surroundings. Continue reading

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Ligurian Gardens, the new network

In Liguria there is a network including five of the most magnificent gardens and parks of the region. Certainly well worth a visit during your trip through this spectacular seafront region. Continue reading

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Schiacciata alla Fiorentina: The Soft, White Queen of Carnival

Florence has a very interesting, and above all delicious, tradition of dishes. Here one of its cakes, traditionally for the Carnival period, today it can be found in all the best pasticcerie. Continue reading

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Carnevale di Viareggio 2018, the carnival alongside the sea

The dates and latest news on the 2018 Carnival of Viareggio, a very colourful and noisy festival event set along the blue Tuscan sea. Continue reading

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Arezzo commemorates De Chirico the sculptor

Open until March 4th at Palazzo della Provincia in Arezzo is an exhibition of sculptures by artist Giorgio de Chirico. Continue reading

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