Napoli da Vivere September More: gli eventi di settembre 2013 a Napoli Napoli da Vivere L'estate a Napoli continua con September More, un'iniziativa che prevede circa 30 eventi che arricchiranno l'atmosfera partenopea, allietando i partecipanti.
Gaia, neo docente nell'istituto che l'ha vista diplomata: «Ho studiato anche di notte per riuscire a passare» (La storia di Gaia, la più giovane vincitrice del concorso a cattedre: a 21 anni torna nella sua #scuola, ma da prof
Dieci scatti di Sicilia in mostra Ai Tetti Dining Live Sicilia PALERMO - Ai Tetti Dining, sulle terrazze del Centrale Palace Hotel ai Quattro Canti, fino al 31 agosto, la rassegna "Art on Top" per una serie di mostre artistiche di talenti siciliani.
Sky.it Da Leonardo a Pollock, le mostre del prossimo autunno Sky.it E' così che il 29 agosto apre al pubblico a Venezia, negli spazi delle Gallerie dell'Accademia, una delle mostre più attese dell'anno, dedicata a Leonardo, di cui vengono esposti...
Il Giorno L'estate sta finendo? Non con gli eventi Yeep Il Giorno Eventi Yeep. Milano, 23 agosto 2013 - L'estate sta per finire? Non per Yeep. Numerosi gli eventi che propone per trascorerre ancora qualche giorno di pieno relax e divertimento.
After a 45-minute drive past ugly bungalows and industrial areas, we’re ready to turn around and go home — to give up our annual family holiday. Puglia is not your traditional tourist destination, and we can see why.
But then, suddenly, we reach a spot between the foothills of the Appenines and the Adriatic. The air is filled with the scent of figs and there are monumental olive trees, more beautiful than any I’ve ever seen. Their trunks are knotted and gnarled, and they stand in the fields like giant soldiers.
Move over Rome and Venice…here’s comes Basilicata! We’ve recently watched an explosive interest in Italy’s southern region with a history of 11,000 years, and want to give you the full profile on Italy’s newest popular place to visit. Read below to begin your discovering of the enchanting Basilicata.
From Michelangelo to Giotto, the exquisite art in one of the world's most beautiful cities costs nothing – if you know where to look.
Late afternoon in Florence and suddenly the sky veers from luminous blue to blushing orange. The light on the Duomo changes in an instant. Brunelleschi's iconic dome burns a deep terracotta. The white, green and pink marble of Giotto's bell tower is incandescent. An Italian sign on the steps of the cathedral says, rather dryly, that "this is a work of art and everyone has the right to admire it". Not to stand and stare would be rude.
A time machine. Florence can feel like that at times. But sometimes, it’s a welcome feeling. A history lesson inside every doorway. Where time stands still and things are the way they were meant to be.
Massimiliano, one of the co-owners, welcomes me. A history lesson follows. Sostanza’s origin goes back to 1869; a starring role for Guido ‘Il Troiaio’ [‘a dirty man’], his unfortunate death in a post WWII bomb attack [while on his bike to get groceries]; a name change from Troia to Sostanza in 1977 [note that today most Florentines still only know Troia]. On the walls, the history is for us to see, from the family to the legendary to the regulars.
Con l’arrivo della scrittura digitale lo stile corsivo ha subito uno strano destino. Sullo schermo appare un po’ seghettato e in alcune font si piega di lato fino all’inverosimile. Per questo se ne raccomanda un uso parsimonioso.
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In 2008, Tabberer produced her first book about falling in love with this seductive stretch of Italian coastline that runs from Vietri to Positano. My Amalfi Coast was a highly praised and highly personal travel guide that couldn't fit all she knew about the food of the area. So she saved her recipes for her just-released second book, Amalfi Coast Recipes, a picture-perfect showcase of the region's wonderful produce and endearing personalities, who happen to be her friends.
I vincitori del concorso il Parco più Bello d'Italia . Il Giardino della Villa Medicea di Castello a Firenze e il Parco Giardino Sigurtà, a Valeggio sul Mincio (Ecco uno dei due parchi più belli d'Italia, si trova vicino a #Verona.
SETTIMANA della CULTURA CALABRESE MNews.IT Ma la Settimana della cultura calabrese è innanzitutto una grande occasione di incontri, ecco perché domenica sera 25 agosto è prevista la festa della "Comunità don Milani" di Acri, sabato 31 il terzo...
With nothing but the names of the four wines I was bringing, L’Apero’s team picked four cheeses to pair — plus a fifth wine and fifth cheese that, when our taste buds had settled, took home top prize. (Prices are for the wine.)
Treana White 2010, with Bucheron Mont Chevre: Read MoreFalcone Family Vineyards Santa Maria Valley Chardonnay 2011, with Lou Bergier Pichin: Read MoreMulderbosch Rose of Cabernet Sauvignon 2011, with Cave-Aged Gruyere: Read MoreSaladini Pilastri Rosso Piceno, with Villagio Provolone Picante: This organically grown blend of 70 percent sangiovese and 30 percent montepulciano proved a bit lighter than expected, but a nutty nose and zesty flavor managed to tackle the salty presence of this serious provolone. $11; saladinipilastri.it.Tanner Dafoe Syrah 1er Cru, with Camembert au Lait Cru: Read More
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From aphrodisiac salami to 50-year-old balsamic vinegar, exploring the Campo de Fiori market, nearby bakery and delis – what better way to spend a morning in Rome! A food tour of Rome After two days of overcast, rainy weather I woke up to a beautiful, sunny Saturday morning in Rome. I was relieved the rain had vanished as today I’d be joining Walks of Italy‘s Food Tour of Rome (a big part of which happened outside) and if it was half as good as the Wine and Food Tasting I did yesterday with Vino Roma it would be brilliant!
We were to meet at Campo de Fiori market at 10am. The instructions I had printed off from Walks of Italy’s website were spot on, as well as a map they even included a photograph of the meeting point. I arrived a little early and made use of the time to take some photographs of the market before the tour started.
Just before ten I met Simona, our guide, plus my companions for the tour, some really lovely American ladies. They were touring Europe to celebrate one of their 70th birthdays – 4 sisters, 2 daughters and a granddaughter – 7 in all! They were the perfect partners in crime for what turned out to be a memorable day, going above and beyond my expectations.
Look beyond the artistic masterpieces and discover the gastronomic delights of Florence, Tuscany’s capital, with this insider’s guide to the best places to eat, drink and shop for Italian delicacies.
You can walk everywhere in Florence, as much of the centre is closed to traffic. Taking in all the Renaissance wonders will spark your hunger, and Florence is home to some fantastic eateries. However, you can eat very well and really badly, as in any tourist mecca – avoid spots with a menu turistico or waiter out front. Italians eat Italian food, and their own region’s at that, but that is no bad thing. Tuscan cuisine is rich and flavourful with delicious specialities such as ribollita (bread and vegetable soup) and bistecca Fiorentina, a huge slab of beef on the bone that’s best shared.