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Food festivals of the Cilento Park

Food festivals of the Cilento Park

Are you a food junkie? You are not alone!

Combine your passion for only the finest with one of these festivals taking place in the Cilento National Park. Recognised by the UNESCO as the birthplace of the Mediterranean diet, these might turn out an excellent opportunity to learn about the secrets to a healthy and long life.

Palermo Street Food Tours

Palermo Street Food Tours

Today Palermo is the undisputed European capital of street food, fifth in the world after Bangkok, Singapore, Penang and Marrakech, according to the latest ranking compiled by the Virtual Tourist site.

Discover Palermo's food markets, walking through the historic center full of palaces, churches and monuments, tasting the typical flavors of the city's famous street food

XXI Cous Cous Fest of San Vito lo Capo - Sicily

XXI Cous Cous Fest of San Vito lo Capo - Sicily

From 20th to 29th September 2019, ten days of tastings by the sea. International chefs, starred chefs and music stars for the festival that promotes the integration of the Mediterranean peoples through the precious semolina grains.

Wine tasting holidays in Tuscany

Wine tasting holidays in Tuscany

Beside its multi-centuries towns and splendid countryside, Tuscany is also famous for its wineries. A different but wonderful way to get to know it, it's to plan a food and wine holiday discovering its great wines.

And in all honesty, who wouldn't feel like touring the Tuscan countryside and the various wineries to taste whites, reds, sparkling wines and whatever else might come to mind?

Among ancient vineyards, organic and biodynamic cultivation, avant-garde architectural and energy cellars, our recommendations produce Chianti Classico, Brunello di Montalcino and Nobile di Montepulciano

Where to taste the best wines in Piedmont

Where to taste the best wines in Piedmont

Our pick of the best Piedmontese wineries includes well-known names and others less so, places where the finest and most appreciated wines in the world are produced.

In the ranking of the most famous Italian wineries those of Piedmont are numerous, starting with the wineries in the Langhe region that are among the most characteristic.

Piedmont Wine Region

Piedmont Wine Region

Right up in the North West of Italy, bordering France and Switzerland, is the charming and quaint region of Piedmont. Piedmont, literally meaning “at the foot of the mountain”, is situated in the shadow of the Alps, and is populated by endless hill top hamlets, boutique wineries and countless places to eat authentic Italian cuisine peculiar to the region.

Wine wizards: Roberto Lechiancole

Wine wizards: Roberto Lechiancole

Most of us enjoy wine with friends at a delicious meal, or on its own at a well-stocked wine bar. But it doesn’t just appear on the menu by magic! There’s a very long, meticulous process to get wine from terrior to table, and there are countless people whose job it is to make that process runs smoothly. With this in mind, we thought we’d tell you about one of the interesting individuals in the wine industry, and find out what he loves about working in viticulture.

Canelli’s Wine Cathedrals

Canelli’s Wine Cathedrals

Who said wine wasn’t a religious experience? Well, whoever it was, a trip to Canelli would certainly change their mind. This small, charming village in the Italian region of Piedmont is home to multiple subterranean wine cellars, which date back to the 18th Centiry and have come to be affectionately known as “wine cathedrals”.