Tag: learningitalian

Take a trip to Rome, where history and art are waiting for you!

If you’re looking for something to do in Rome, you’ve come to the right place. There’s so much to see and do here that it’s hard to know where to start. One of the best things about Rome is its rich history—from ancient ruins… Continue Reading “Take a trip to Rome, where history and art are waiting for you!”

Experience the Spectacular Carnival Season in Italy!

Carnival season in Italy is an exciting time of year when the country’s streets are filled with colourful parades, music and joy. The whole event is full of humour and creativity, and it’s a great way to experience Italian culture and traditions first-hand. People… Continue Reading “Experience the Spectacular Carnival Season in Italy!”

What Makes Settimana Bianca Special?

Settimana Bianca, or white week, is an Italian tradition that brings people together to celebrate the best of the winter season. Settimana Bianca is considered an important social event in Italy, where people take advantage of their free time by taking part in activities… Continue Reading “What Makes Settimana Bianca Special?”

Pandoro or Panettone for an Authentic Italian Christmas… Which is better?

Christmas in Italy is a time for family, friends and of course, food. Italians love their food, and they love to share it with others. That’s why during Christmas, you’ll find the tables overflowing with traditional dishes and tasty treats. Food is a huge… Continue Reading “Pandoro or Panettone for an Authentic Italian Christmas… Which is better?”

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”

My personal point of view about Italian language

I always have my doubts when I see ads that promise they’ll make you learn a language in 3 months. No, unfortunately, it doesn’t work like that. Learning a complex language like Italian requires time and practice. It doesn’t mean it’s going to be… Continue Reading “My personal point of view about Italian language”

Learn italian with recipes

There is one topic that is always present in every lesson: food! It’s inevitable, Italian language and Italian cuisine are closely related. Italian food consists of a variety of different regional dishes and various culinary traditions. In the same way, Italian language has a… Continue Reading “Learn italian with recipes”

How to start with italian?

The very first thing you will need to study Italian is a good old dictionary. It may sound very “school-like” but a dictionary surely has an answer to your linguistic questions. There are also free online dictionaries, extremely helpful and accessible. Among language professionals,… Continue Reading “How to start with italian?”