Category: Italian culture

The Ultimate Guide To November Events In Tuscany

Tuscany is one of the most beautiful and popular regions in Italy, and it’s also a great place to visit in November. From the stunning autumn foliage to the exciting events and historical landmarks, there’s something for everyone. Here’s a guide to some of… Continue Reading “The Ultimate Guide To November Events In Tuscany”

Castagnaccio – A Traditional Taste of Tuscany

Have you ever heard of Castagnaccio? If not, you’re in for a treat! Castagnaccio is a traditional Tuscan cake made with chestnut flour, water, olive oil, raisins, and pine nuts. The cake is typically flavoured with rosemary and has a dense, moist texture. While… Continue ReadingCastagnaccio – A Traditional Taste of Tuscany

Italians And Their Stereotypes

Italy is very famous for its landscapes, culture, food and… people! What we do, our quirks, how we speak with our hands, our accents, our passionate way of interacting with each other generate an idea of who we are. It is safe to say… Continue Reading “Italians And Their Stereotypes”

25th April: Liberation Day, the end of Nazist occupation in Italy and more

Today’s is National Liberation Day in Italy, a day that signs the end of the Nazist occupation in our country. I gathered some interesting facts and put them together in a blog post. Enjoy!

What is Pasquetta?

Il giorno dopo Pasqua in Italia viene chiamato Pasquetta. In Italia è tradizione festeggiarla con un pic nic in campagna o una grigliata. Un po’ incuriosita, mi sono messa a cercare perché in Italia è solito fare un gita fuori porta il giorno di… Continue Reading “What is Pasquetta?”