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GASTRONOMICA TOUR OF ITALY: SARDEGNA

Sardinian cuisine is the expression of the culinary art developed in Sardegna and is characterized by its variety, as well as by having been enriched in history through contributions and contaminations from contacts and exchanges between different Mediterranean cultures.

GASTRONOMICA TOUR OF ITALY: SICILIA

Sicilian cuisine is the expression of the culinary art developed in Sicily since ancient times and is closely linked to the historical, cultural and religious events of the island. Since the times of Ancient Greece, a very specific style of culinary habits had been developing in Sicily which over the centuries has been enriched with new flavours and new dishes, following the historical vicissitudes of the Mediterranean island.

GASTRONOMICA TOUR OF ITALY: CALABRIA

If Italy is seen as a boot-shaped country, then Calabria is the tip of this boot. This region of southern Italy is famous for its spicy and robust cuisine, which emphasizes powerful ingredients such as garlic, dried tomatoes and hot peppers

GASTRONOMICA TOUR OF ITALY: PUGLIA

The food and wine tradition of Puglia is a riot of colours, scents and genuine ingredients. The authenticity that characterizes this land is also reflected in its typical dishes, generous triumphs of simplicity and unforgettable flavours.

GASTRONOMICA TOUR OF ITALY: BASILICATA

Basilicata is one of the most popular regions in Italy thanks to the splendour of its landscapes, the uniqueness of the city of Matera and the vigour of Lucanian traditions, Basilicata adds a speciality to its long list: good food.

GASTRONOMICA TOUR OF ITALY: CAMPANIA

"In Napoli, where love is king...When boy meets girl, here's what they say...". Who doesn't know the famous song by Dean Martin, about one of the most famous Italian cities, Naples.

GASTRONOMICA TOUR OF ITALY: MOLISE

Molise is a land rich in history and traditions of its own, and although its cuisine is undoubtedly influenced by the gastronomy of the neighbouring regions (a fact that occurs in every territory), it also boasts many typical products, original and exclusive recipes and preparations.

GASTRONOMICA TOUR OF ITALY: LAZIO

Lazio cuisine is a home-style cuisine, where traditional dishes are made up of poor foods but cooked in such a way that they are very tasty.

TRANSUMANZA, AN ANCIENT ITALIAN TRADITION

Transumanza is the Italian term for transhumance, the traditional twice-yearly migration of sheep and cows from the highlands to the lowlands, and back. The word literally means "crossing the land".

GASTRONOMICA TOUR OF ITALY: ABRUZZO

Abruzzo cuisine originates from both the pastoral traditions of the inland mountain areas and the maritime traditions of the coastal area; among the most used foods, we find bread, pasta, meat, cheeses and wine like the famous Montepulciano d'Abruzzo.

NEW YEAR’S EVE FOOD AND ITALIAN SUPERSTITIONS

A few more days to New Year! Whether you have chosen to spend it at home or away, do not forget to follow the tradition, eating at least one of these foods below is considered a good omen for the new year.

GASTRONOMICA TOUR OF ITALY: MARCHE

Marche is one of Italy’s best-kept secrets. The famous guide Lonely Planet places this region between the top 20 regions to visit in the entire world.

WHAT ITALIANS EAT AT CHRISTMAS

North to South, let's discover together which are the most appreciated dishes of the Italian tradition, especially at Christmas.

GASTRONOMICA TOUR OF ITALY: UMBRIA

Cuisine from Umbria region, like many other regional gastronomic traditions of Italy, is characterized by the use of poor raw materials, with the exception of truffles, perhaps one of the emblems of the Umbrian tradition, which is instead a very valuable and expensive food, known all over the world.

Drunken cheese: a bit of history behind an amazing cheese

Drunk cheeses are truly special aged cheeses.

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