Pizzeria Calvino in Trapani in Sicily
On the third day of our stay in Sicily, Mario and Antonella invited us to a pizzeria. I personally really looked forward to this evening, because I was eager to…

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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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Culinary Guide to Italy. Part II - Central and Southern Italy
BlogoItaliano continues a series of articles about Italian cuisine, and this time in the focus of our attention its regional features. In the first part of the Culinary Guide, we…

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Culinary Guide to Italy. Part I. Northern Italy

Italian culinary traditions have evolved over the centuries, absorbing elements of Greek, Arabic and Northern European cuisine, as well as neighboring France, Austria, Switzerland and the Balkans. Therefore, do not surprise the traveler with unusual names and recipes of traditional Italian dishes.

The Mediterranean climate is a paradise for cereals, so flour products are used everywhere in food and in huge quantities.

Typical italian food
So many varieties of pasta are not found in any country in the world. Continue reading

Italian alcohol: 5 alcoholic souvenir ideas for travelers

Sightseeing tours to Italy attract a lot of tourists who, having come to terms with its ancient history, would like to take away not only pleasant impressions, but also some souvenirs. When the question arises of what to bring from Italy, one of the interesting ideas may be alcohol, which is often sold in designer packaging or in the form of gift sets.

Among the many degrees containing drinks, Italian alcohol occupies a special place. In this industry, the country was glorified by exquisite wines, liqueurs and vermouth, which have gained worldwide recognition due to their taste and a stable image.

Grappa
The symbol of the country is grappa. This drink was known to the ancient Romans, and the official name “grappa” began to be used since 1876. Continue reading

How to get to Rome from Fiumicino Airport

By train for 8-14 euros per person. For those who do not like buses. The total travel time to the hotel is 1-2 hours. Getting to Rome, but not to the center, by train is very simple, just follow the signs (the train on a yellow background with the inscription “Train”) and not really improvise. Your first task is to find a train station at the airport. To do this, it is enough to raise your head from time to time and not turn anywhere. To make it more comfortable for you to navigate on arrival, I have prepared the following photo instructions. So, you have successfully waited for baggage and left in the arrivals hall. Immediately you will see a crowd of greeters. Continue reading

Famous Italian pizza
Perhaps there is no such tourist who, having arrived for the first time on the Apennines, would not have tasted the famous Italian pizza. Pizza in Italy is no longer…

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10 main dishes of Roman cuisine
Going to Rome, I want to completely immerse ourselves in its atmosphere, get acquainted with the cultural traditions and features of life. Authentic cuisine plays an important role in this…

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Culinary Guide to Italy. Part II - Central and Southern Italy
BlogoItaliano continues a series of articles about Italian cuisine, and this time in the focus of our attention its regional features. In the first part of the Culinary Guide, we…

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Gourmet Shop Sapori Solari
The Gastronomy Shop in Milan is located in the Zone of Torton quarter. The small snack shop has meat and cheese specialties from different parts of Italy. For lunch, they…

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