The very special way Venice celebrates la Befana:
RT @benelli_alberto: Cartoline dalla riviera romagnola ravennate (non dalla Val di Fassa..)
La Befana vien di notte
con le scarpe tutte rotte
con le toppe alla sottana
Viva Viva la Befana!
Tomorrow, Holy Weeks begins: it's time to take a look at all the traditions, of yesterday and today, we Italians like to follow this time of the year:
Fancy trying something different in the kitchen this Easter? Campanari di Pasqua could be a good option!
Happy April's Fool to you all! Here are some April Italian Connections for you:
We always think of Dante, but Francesco Petrarca is as important for our language as Il Poeta:
L'Erbolario is an Italian brand known around the world, that still remains faithful to its roots:
Livia Firth brings sustainability and eco-conscience to LA, with her Green Carpet:
#Bordighera #Liguria #LigurianCoast #ItalianRiviera #RivieraLigure #RivieradeiFiori
Photo: Luigino Visconti | https://t.co/NK624tAy7L https://t.co/MoyZTuCLp1
Easter in Italy: the old and the new:
Rome and cats: a love story that goes back millennia:
Salerno is an often-neglected little pearl of Southern Italy:
The old tradition of paper making in Amalfi:
Have you ever tried pizzoccheri?
Happy Festa del Papà to all dads on both sides of the Atlantic!
#Orvieto #Umbria #Italy #Medieval #Medioevo
Photo: Luca Lorenzelli | https://t.co/NK624tAy7L https://t.co/WmYYmYpH3k
Culinary delicacies from our Alps:
Dina Morrone tells us more about her successful play Moose on the Loose, which will be in LA from April 14th:
Happy Birthday to the San Francisco Opera!
Let us take a tour around a lesser known, but just as worthy of a visit, town of our beautiful South: Salerno!
The Sant' Ambrogio neighborhood is a corner of Florence ready to be discovered:
Sperlari is name that makes every Italian feel like a child again!