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A delicious appetiser, a wonderful mid-morning snack, a tasty aperitif before dinner: this is Focaccia Barese, the queen of Bari's street food, in the southern region of Puglia. The focaccia is never missing from the table. At any time of day, in any part of the city, you will always find someone eating a steaming, fragrant, soft and at the same ti...

A milky slice of fresh mozzarella or a dense chunk of provolone piccante delivers memorable flavor experiences in their own right—but add a juicy ripe tomato to the first and some silky speck to the second, and together the duos yield new tastes and textures to explore. Cheese has famously been described as milk’s leap toward immortality, and while...

What is it about Venice that makes us love her so? What makes Venice one of those cities that people love….even if they have never been there? The bridges? The glass? The canals? The gondolas? The gondoliers? The mystique? Truth be told, I didn’t like Venice the first time I was there. The crowds. The pushing. The shoving. The crowds. The flooded p...

One of the most suggestive Italian cities is located at North, precisely in Veneto: it is Treviso, also called “Little Venice“, a city full of canals including the Buranelli, which create an almost magical atmosphere. Let’s see how these channels are born and what to see in Treviso! You may have heard of the famous Buranelli canal, also called Midd...

Recently crowned the Italian city with best quality of life, Parma is a pleasant medium-sized town celebrated for its artistic masterpieces just as much as it is for its culinary delights. Less than an hour by train from the regional capital of Bologna, it makes for a great day trip as its compact city center makes it easy to explore. Within a few...

Italy is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, and it’s easy to see why. It’s a magical country where you can explore the canals of Venice one day and the ancient streets of Rome the other. The Bel Paese has inspired poets, writers and artists all throughout the centuries to create art about it. It’s no surprise that there is a...

Milan is one of the most visited cities in Italy after Rome and Florence. In this article we will see what we should not miss if we visit Milan for a day. Surely one day is not enough to be able to enjoy the city's sights. What to See in Milan in a Day. During your visit to the historic city, you can not miss the city's famous landmark, the famous...

Rome is not simply a city for the Romans: it is much more. The universally recognised Caput Mundi mixes pure soul and authentic emotions. It is a place where official history is interlaced with ordinary people's lives. Romans are people who can hardly keep quiet in a dialogue.  No matter if they are in a bar, at the market, on the bus or in the squ...

Italy ended 2021 successfully, selected by The Economist as the country of the year. One main reason was the global rise of the Italian rock band Måneskin’s following their win at Eurovision and continuous success touring worldwide. Italy is well-known for its traditional music and movies, but can the country increase its soft power pushing for a s...

A journey to discover the most representative recipes of Neapolitan cuisine: 7 dishes you absolutely must try! A visit to Naples cannot but become a gastronomic tour: there are too many unique and incredible preparations that this city has to offer. A walk through the historic centre is enough to be literally overwhelmed by so many different scents...

Italy has always known how to distinguish itself in the world for its creativity and inventiveness. This is true in the world of art, design and fashion, as well as in research and industry. As shown by an analysis carried out by Unioncamere-Dintec, there will be 4,465 Italian patent applications published by the European Patent Office (EPO) in 202...

Mercanteinfiera, the appointment of antiques, historical design and vintage collecting of Fiere di Parma, opens from March 12 to 20 with a look at the '900 and confirms its dates. To inaugurate the spring edition, two collateral exhibitions entitled "Partivano i bastimenti. Home sweet home America" and "Olivetti #StoriadiInnovazione". Different sto...