Where to eat tasty and cheap in Rome - my favorite restaurants
One of the most popular questions asked by our guides during excursions: Where to eat tasty and inexpensive in Rome? Where do the Italians themselves go? Do not recommend tourist…

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Restaurant Markog
MarcoG Italy, Rome, Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 56 Roma, Italy SHOW ON MAP Average bill: $ 20-50 (per person) Type of cuisine: Italian + (39 06) 580 92 89ww.marcog.it Mon, Wed-Sun…

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Italian pasta - pasta types, recipes, appearance (part 1)
The story of the appearance According to one legend, the Venetian merchant Marco Polo brought pasta to Europe from his trip to China, but historians have denied this version. Researchers…

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Restaurant I Tre Pini

Italy, Florence, Florence 50023, Via Imprunetana per Pozzolatico, 134a SHOW ON MAP Average bill: $ 20-50 (per person) Cuisine type: Italian + (39 055) 208 065www.ristoranteitrepini.it Mon-Sat 19: 00-00: 00, Sun 12: 00-15: 00 and 19: 00-00: 00
The restaurant in Florence is an idyllic place: the Chianti hills, an open dining terrace in a wonderful garden, rural quietness and excellent treats from friendly hosts.

“I TrePini” is on the path connecting Galluzzo with Pozzolatico. Far from the bustle of the city, you will have a rest with a Tuscan-style dinner. You can enjoy homemade local cuisine. The chefs of the restaurant follow the centuries-old culinary traditions of their native land, passing on recipes and love of cooking from generation to generation. Continue reading

Italian cheeses: 5 most popular

When it comes to Italian cuisine, pasta, pizza and, of course, famous cheeses come to mind. Residents of sunny Italy are proud of their cheeses; in August-September, grandiose festivals are held in some regions where guests of the festival taste various varieties, and cheese-makers share their experiences. The assortment of cheeses is very diverse – more than 400 types of this product are produced in different regions of the Apennine Peninsula.

The palatability of Italian cheeses depends on the raw materials used, the conditions for growing animals that produce milk, and the climate in which the cheeses mature. Delicate Italian soft cheeses are produced mainly in the northern regions, and spicy and spicy in the southern regions. BlogoItaliano made the TOP of the most famous Italian cheeses, distinguished by impeccable taste and enjoying well-deserved popularity. Continue reading

The best regions of Italy for wine connoisseurs
Italy is a country with a very long winemaking tradition. Italians claim that the first vine appeared in the country around 1000 BC, therefore, Italian winemaking has been more than…

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The best pizzerias in Rome
What do you want a spree tourist? Right, eat! What to eat in Rome? Right, pizza! Skillful cooks turn a piece of dough with something up there into a true…

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The best pizzerias in Rome
What do you want a spree tourist? Right, eat! What to eat in Rome? Right, pizza! Skillful cooks turn a piece of dough with something up there into a true…

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Italian focaccia - wheat tortilla (part 1)
Italian Focaccia (Focaccia) - one of the most popular ancient types of bread that have survived to this day. This crispy bread was born thanks to the ingenuity of the…

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