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Chiarli and the Santa Croce Winery

Veronica Tarabella
We would like to tell you a wonderful story about an Emilian family business, set on the borders between the provinces of Modena and Bologna …. “Once upon a time….”, in the middle of…
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Eating with the stars in the Veneto region

Alice Pedocchi
The Veneto has a refined culinary tradition. Historically a melting pot of diverse cultural and culinary influences, we can now enjoy a wide variety of ingredients and elegant combination of flavours. Some of the…
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La Leggenda dei Frati

Ilaria Legato
Legend has it that in a July of long ago at Abbadia Isola, in the province of Siena in Tuscany, three friars gathered the freshest vegetables from their garden and the best grapes from…
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L’Olivo

Pasta, love and dreams: The starred Restaurants in Campania

Edgar Filatov
The smells, small shops, stalls of fresh fish near the coast, every detail reminds you of how much Campania is associated with culinary arts, even the Neapolitan shouting makes your mouth water. Chef Francesco…
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Soave: Tourism with a soul

Gianluigi Pagano
I have experimented with this softer way of doing things in the area around Soave. To my intense pleasure I adopted this stressfree, idyllic way of getting to know a place with the help…
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When stylish cooking meets rural traditions

Edgar Filatov
        Tuscany still holds its pole position as a magnet for tourists who continue to be struck by this small corner of the world.         The sculptor Matthew Spender has…
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Along the Via Francigena

Terry Zanetti
          The mountain range of the Monte Albano, 16,000 hectares of solid rock, encompasses the three provinces of Pistoia, Prato, Florence. Montalbano branches over the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, covered in countryside…
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Caffee

Annamaria Acquaviva
  “Coffee is a solace for the heart and for the spirit”Giuseppe Verdi       Coffee arrived in Europe at the end of the 16th century and the first “coffee shop” opened in Venice in 1640.…
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