What is it about Italian food that makes people so thrilled? Here are ten — luxurious — reasons why. Italy's food at its best: have a quick reminder of the most lavish, delectable, luxurious ingredients of Italian cuisine. As you scroll through the ingredients we have rolled up, you will come across products you probably know about but have not yet...

Easter lunch in Italy is a celebration of the colors, scents and flavors of the new season, spring. While there are common dishes and ingredients, from north to south, such as lamb, boiled eggs,  savory pies, chocolate eggs and colomba, each Italian region has its own typical dishes or variations on Easter classics. Each region would need its own d...

Italian history reflects in the many beautiful monuments and buildings of historical interest that dot the country. These include the castles and fortresses, which still bear witness to a time when defense against external attacks and strategy were of crucial importance. Although Romagna is a predominantly flat region, its hills are home to magnifi...

It can’t be denied—the late Italian film director Federico Fellini certainly enjoyed the finer things in life, and he loved to make movies about those finer things. There was the operatic, tearjerker La Strada (1954), which follows the life of a young girl sold to a circus by her mother, and 8 ½, which blended the line between fantasy and reality w...

Few Italian cities have such a distinct character as Bologna. City of culture, books and cinema. But also an elegant market city, madly in love with its food. The Bolognese people, those who remained in the city and those who moved to the hills, are now used to the cheerful hordes of university students. The fusion of the local traditions and the e...

The Riviera Romagnola is undoubtedly the ideal destination for anyone who loves the night life as well as the sea and Milano Marittima is one of the ideal places, suitable for both families and couples and groups of friends. Here the choice of bathing establishments, adequately organized to offer ad hoc services and fun by the sea, is really wide b...

Baking 100,000 pizzas to offer to Ukrainian refugees on the border with Poland: this is the objective of the humanitarian convoy that left from the Italpizza plant in Modena and will take twenty volunteers to settle at the Polish first reception center in Przemyl, just 15 km from the Ukrainian border and on the road to Lviv. Ten vehicles, including...

Spring in Italy smells of freshly bloomed flowers and trees that are colored with new light, the climate becomes mild, the squares of the cities come back to life and the sun reappears to make the landscapes shine. In short, for many this is the best time of year to travel and to enjoy landscapes and locations without the confusion of summer or the...

"Only loving and knowing counts. Not having loved, not having known". It would be enough to contextualize this sentence to understand how brilliant, divisive and provocative Pier Paolo Pasolini has been for Italian culture. Writer, linguist, director, poet, he was born on March 5, 1922 in Bologna, Emilia Romagna, exactly 100 years ago. Because of h...

There are so many city in Italy that have food name. Gragnano, Parma, Colonnata, Gorgonzola, are only a bunch of them. Actually, there are some more, from the north to the south of Italy. To give food name to the city it is not an Italian linguistic affectation but something much more important.  When a city has food name we can easily recognized t...