carnival sweets

Carnival Sweets in Italy

Have you tried Italian Carnival sweets? The Italian Carnival sweets are really delicious! Carnival in Italy is a fun celebration: people dress up (especially children) and go around the cities throwing carnival confetti or taking part in funny parades. But it is also the time of the year when people like cooking nice and tasty sweets. Have a look at […]

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Carnival In Italy

Carnival is a festivity celebrated in catholic countries. The period of Carnival corresponds with the days before the Lent, and it finishes on the the Mardi Grass. In Italy there is a long tradition about Carnival and every city has its own parades. Let’s see together the most famous! The Carnival of Venezia: known all around […]

The Befana Tradition in Italy

The Befana Tradition in Italy

Do you know who the Befana is? During the night between the 5th and the 6th January, all the children in Italy wait for the Befana to arrive in the houses and leave presents, sweets or sweet coal. But who is the Befana and why she gives sweets in the night of Epiphany? This old woman riding a broom […]

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Top Ten Italian Christmas Traditions

Do you know the most popular Italian Christmas traditions? The Christmas time in Italy is the period of the year to spend with family and friends par excellence. It starts on the 24th December and lasts until the 6th January, when the “Epifania” (Epiphany) brings that magic moment to an end. Here you can find […]

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Travel Classes: Why Learning Italian In Italy

Have you considered spending some time in Italy to learn the Italian language? If you want to learn the Italian language, a trip to Italy is always ideal! There are a number of great options to enjoy some time in one of your favourite places in Italy while studying the language. Most schools in Italy […]

Costa dei Trabocchi

Discover Costa dei Trabocchi

Costa dei Trabocchi is a lovely destination off the most beaten routes. If you are keen to travel to less touristy areas, Costa dei Trabocchi is the perfect place to go. It is a really magic part of Abruzzo, a region in Central Italy. The Costa dei Trabocchi is a 70km coast that goes from […]

Italian B1 Level For Citizenship

How To Take The Italian B1 Level For Citizenship

Why is it necessary to take the Italian B1 level for citizenship? As you may have heard, due to the recent amendments to the Italian law it is now compulsory to take the Italian B1 level for citizenship. This new law states that all those who apply for the Italian citizenship, either if they are […]

Top Five Ski Destinations in Italy

Do you enjoy skiing and want to discover the best ski destinations in Italy? Here you can find the top 5 ski destinations in Italy! 1.       Dolomiti Superski: definitively the most popular in Italy and one of the biggest in the world! It includes 1200 km of ski slopes, with 450 skilifts. It is between […]

Palio di Siena

Palio Di Siena: an Ancient Italian Tradition

The Palio di Siena is one of the most famous events in Italy. The Palio di Siena is a horse race that takes place in the famous Piazza del Campo in Siena and gets involved the 17 Contrade (quarters) of the city. It seems that the first Palio was dated back to the XII century. Let’s discover more about it! […]

Discovering Bari

Overlooking the Adriatico see, Bari is the county seat of Puglia, in the deep South of Italy. Bari has always been an important centre for the commerce with the Middle East, Eastern Europe and North Africa: for this reason it has been elected “European gateway” by the EU. In this amazing city takes place the “Fiera del Levante“: in the trade […]