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By Debra Thimmesch | 20/12/2019
On January 5th throughout Italy, excited children prepare for a late-night visit from La Befana by hanging up socks to be filled with small delights.
By Adam Jones | 20/12/2019
Traditional Italian Christmas food isn’t just a meal — it’s more of an event. In Italy, Christmas eating starts at lunchtime then continues well into the night. 
By Adam Jones | 20/12/2019
Considering spicing things up for your Christmas holidays? Whether enjoying the snow of the Alps or getting a break from the cold by hitting a warmer destination like Sicily down South, Christmas in Italy can be magnificent.
By Adam Jones | 20/12/2019
There are many Italian Christmas traditions including the legend of La Befana, but have you ever heard of the Feast of the Seven Fishes?
By Adam Jones | 22/10/2019
Taking the train in Italy connects you to the daily life of everyday Italians. In Italy, train travel is a common form of transportation between cities.
By Debra Thimmesch | 21/10/2019
Rome is known as the Eternal City but, like any other city, it had a finite beginning and a modest one at that. Archaeologists have found traces of human habitation in the area for at least 5,000 years.
By Adam Jones | 21/10/2019
There’s an Italian wine proverb — nella botte piccola c’è il vino buono. It means: “In small barrels, there’s good wine.” A very Italian way of saying good things come in small packages.
By Lina Branter | 21/10/2019
Back when Michelangelo was painting the Sistine Chapel, Galileo was discovering the moons of Jupiter and Leonardo da Vinci was dreaming of the future, kings and queens all over Europe fell in love with the soft, luscious and very expensive velvet produced in Venice.