In our always-on modern world, many of us feel like we don’t have the time to actually take our time. It’s why we look forward to our vacations so much!
There is a reason why Palermo, Sicily is Italy’s Capital of Culture for 2018.
Italian coffee culture is famous throughout the world. Part of the reason for this is the regional passions found throughout Italy. These passions are informed by Italian traditions, regional climates, local flavours, and of course, Italians themselves.
Welcome to Italy. You’re in an Italian cafe, thinking about types of coffee drinks available, and what coffee in Italy to try. Here’s a quick primer to Italian coffee so that when ordering coffee in Italy you can blend in with the locals.
The history of Sicily could be said to be the history of wine. The tradition of Sicilian wine goes back millennia as we have evidence that grapes have been grown in the Aeolian Islands as early as 1500 BC.
There’s a good chance that you’re familiar with the Italian word gelato. You’ve probably even tasted it. What is gelato though? What makes gelato different from ice cream and other frozen treats you enjoy at home?
Parma is home to two of Italy’s most renowned culinary exports — Parmigiano Reggiano and prosciutto di Parma. Nestled in an area known as food valley, Parma has been producing key ingredients for Italian cuisine for centuries; today they are exported all over the world.
With Rome’s history spanning at least 28 centuries, you can bet your travel booties that it’ll take longer than a couple of days to fully experience its majesty. Here’s just a few of the must-sees, dos, and eats to partake in during your visit to Rome.
Summertime in Italy is a treat: beautiful beaches, wonderful food, and stunning architecture. But it is also really, really hot. How do you keep yourself refreshed and alert while taking in all that Italy has to offer? Why, delving into Italian coffee culture of course!