Venetian cuisine is made with few ingredients but rich in taste. Although the city of Venice is famous all over the world for its immense beauty, art, architecture and history, few know its refined gastronomic tradition. Venetian cuisine: simplicity and influences from various cultures Venice was entirely built on water, built on hundreds of islets...

Wed, 07/15/2020 - 5:00pm. How to Bring Back to Life the Largest Opera Theater in the World. Stefano Albertini (NYU) in conversation with Cecilia Gasdìa (General Manager and Artistic Director, Arena di Verona). The episode will be broadcast live on Casa's Facebook Page and website. In ITALIAN with ENGLISH subtitles. Casa Italiana Director Stefano Al...

Vicenza, located in the region of Veneto in the north-east of Italy, was founded in the second century BC, but it wasn’t until many centuries later, when it fell under Venetian rule, that it began to prosper, turning into an important city from the 15th to the 18th century. The golden age of Vicenza began in 1540, when the Venetian aristocracy reor...

On the top of the Marmolada, at 3,000 meters of altitude, you’ll find the Marmolada Great War Museum, a 300-square-meter space celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Remodeled in 2015, the museum offers an interactive, multimedia and multi-sensory itinerary that invites visitors to relive the drama of the First World War, in the exact location...

Una modalità di viaggio che ha già preso piede in diverse realtà del Mondo come la Scozia, e che sembra voler spiccare il volo anche nel Belpaese, è il turismo genealogico. Un particolare modo di viaggiare che si basa sulla ricerca e sulla scoperta delle proprie radici. Un’avventura particolare e che non si riconduce solamente all’analisi di date e...

PONTE DELLE TETTE (BRIDGE OF the Tits) is one of the hundreds of small bridges that cross the waterways of Venice, but this particular span is unique for its connection with sex work. At the time of the Republic of Venice, sex work was very common, with more than 10,000 women supposedly engaged in the trade in the city. In an effort to contain this...

I love Venice. For me it’s one of the most enchanting cities in the world, a uniquely beautiful place that never ceases to mesmerize regardless of the season or time of day. Through its art and architecture, it flaunts its immense wealth, most accumulated by the Venetian Republic so many centuries ago. It’s a city of beautiful light that envelops i...

You may not know it, but you have almost certain spoken Venetian over the past few months. Any discussion of the current world health crisis inevitably circles around to “quarantine”, which is derived from the Venetian term quarantena, or “forty days”.  Quarantena was once used to refer to the 40-day period in which ships and their crew were requir...

In mano, non fosse per il suo color rosso intenso, avrebbe le sembianze di un'albicocca. Si tratta però di una ciliegia, non a caso la più grande del mondo. L'hanno raccolta, nella loro azienda di via Trieste a Paese, i fratelli Sebastiano e Selene Zanoni. 25 anni lui, 22 lei. Da circa 5 anni hanno in mano i campi di terra che furono del nonno Gius...

Giacomo Casanova. We all know who he has been, we all are well aware of the meaning of “Casanova” nowadays. I’m also pretty sure that we met at least one of them during our life and that we have been enchanted. But who was the real Giacomo Casanova? He was an Italian adventurer and author, a poet and a witness of the most authentic sources of the c...