Great Food means a Great Holiday, so get to know the regions of Italy. All our travel related articles are written from first hand experience or compiled with information by local people and professional tourism contacts.
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Sorrento Cooking Art is a new Italian Cooking School located in one of the most stunning locations you could possibly wish to experience.
It is called Villa il Pizzo sitting in the largest privately owned lemon grove in Italy whose 14 hectares stret...
The Monti Dauni is the hilly zone of Puglia in the province of Foggia which borders three other Italian regions; Abruzzo Molise and Campania. Notable international newspapers and magazines are always looking for the last 'undiscovered' part of Italy,...
If you are looking for a genuine Chianti wine experience close to Florence, then get in touch with Azienda Agricola Colognole based near Rufina.
Offering both accommodation and boasting a restaurant, this working wine estate has been in the family o...
The Officina Gastromica of Hotel alle Tamerici is more than a restaurant, as the name suggests.
It is a genuine culinary reference along the Rome Coast and highly recommended even if you are not staying as a guest in the hotel.
Chef Roberto del Duc...
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