Often overlooked in favor of her popular neighbor, Padova is a pleasant 30 minute train ride from Venice and a perfect way to spend a day.
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Perhaps not all non-Italian readers of Italian Talks will be aware of the many Italian museums that do not have an online presence.
Puglia, also known as Apulia for non-Italians, is tucked in Italy’s picturesque south.
One of the things I absolutely love about my visits to Italy is being able to admire the beautiful clothing designs. Best of all are the new spring fashions.
The little magic that occurs when a chef’s expert hand meets the raw material of fresh food can’t easily be understood by mere mortals.
The tour begins through Mastroberardino Cellars, a tenth generation family operated estate.
Verona is a beautiful city in the Veneto region in the north of Italy.
Carnevale begins with some special events commemorating the Carnevale’s of the past.
I am an ardent fan of the author Sarah Dunant. Her books, invariably set in Italy, are always intelligent and enjoyable. Her interest in Italian Art History is a real draw and being both a writer and painter I knew that a trip to Italy to paint was always going to be on the cards one day.
The history of Western Civilization is conveniently displayed for your strolling pleasure in the Eternal City.