Judge for yourself at these places: Triennale di Milano Italy's first Triennale took place in 1923 in Monza. It aimed to promote interest in Italian design and applied arts, from 'the spoon to the city,' and its success led to the ...
Author: Lonely Planet
Publisher: Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Discover Italy is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. See the might of ancient Rome, explore a city of marble built on a lagoon in Venice, and dine on the freshest food and finest wine imaginable- all with your trusted travel companion.
The Italian Heritage Tours By: Remo Faieta, Ph. D. Tour guide Remo Faieta, Ph.D. takes you on one of his tours to Italy to see the sites and learn about history, culture, arts, local people, food, and personal stories of fellow travelers.
Author: Remo Faieta, Ph.D.
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
The Italian Heritage Tours By: Remo Faieta, Ph. D. Tour guide Remo Faieta, Ph.D. takes you on one of his tours to Italy to see the sites and learn about history, culture, arts, local people, food, and personal stories of fellow travelers. If you are looking for a reason to travel with peace of mind to this magnificent country, learn the language, or even learn more about your heritage, look no further than Faieta’s tour.
Unthinkable. Eating My Way Through Italy, celebrates the differences in the world’s favorite cuisine. Divided geographically, Eating My Way Through Italy looks at all the different aspects of Italian food culture.
Author: Elizabeth Minchilli
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
A cultural and culinary celebration of everything that makes Italian cuisine great, from Rome’s resident gastronomic expert After a lifetime of living and eating in Rome, Elizabeth Minchilli is an expert on the city's cuisine. While she’s proud to share everything she knows about Rome, she now wants to show her devoted readers that the rest of Italy is a culinary treasure trove just waiting to be explored. Far from being a monolithic gastronomic culture, each region of Italy offers its own specialties. While fava beans mean one thing in Rome, they mean an entirely different thing in Puglia. Risotto in a Roman trattoria? Don’t even consider it. Visit Venice and not eat cichetti? Unthinkable. Eating My Way Through Italy, celebrates the differences in the world’s favorite cuisine. Divided geographically, Eating My Way Through Italy looks at all the different aspects of Italian food culture. Whether it’s pizza in Naples, deep fried calamari in Venice, anchovies in Amalfi, an elegant dinner in Milan, gathering and cooking capers on Pantelleria, or hunting for truffles in Umbria each chapter includes, not just anecdotes, personal stories and practical advice, but also recipes that explore the cultural and historical references that make these subjects timeless. For anyone who follows Elizabeth on her blog Elizabeth Minchilli in Rome, read her previous book Eating Rome, or used her brilliant phone app Eat Italy to dine well, Eating My Way Through Italy, is a must.
Prepare and live your holidays... differently! In this Guide, which is a vitamin supplement to classic tourist guides, we share with you our passion for travel and our love for Turin.
Author: Olivier Rebière
Do you like to discover new charming cities? So welcome to Turin, the capital of Piedmont, in Italy, a beautiful city full of history, culture and greattreasures to discover! Do you want to discover some history, meet warm people and enjoy a tasty and varied gastronomy? Do you like architecture? Then, Turin & its region will make the ideal destination whether for a weekend or a whole week! In fact, we hope that our Travel eGuide will prove it to you. Read at your own pace and flip through photos, sites or your interests. We have been traveling all around the world since our studenthood and have visited more than 50 countries so far. We love to find convenient and affordable travel solutions in order to maximize our touristic budget and discover hidden treasures during the journey, just like you! We are happy to offer you a free UDEMY COURSE included with our tips & tricks to travel free without ruining yourself. Prepare and live your holidays... differently! In this eGuide, which is a vitamin supplement to classic tourist guides, we share with you our passion for travel and our love for Turin. It is a city that will seduce the most discerning travelers by the diversity of its treasures: superb palaces, parks, magnificent churches, an exceptional architecture. It is a gorgeous city with a charming atmosphere, with lively terraces, gelaterias and cafeterias that invite you to have a good coffee with one of their tasty ice cream or pastry :-), with lots of shops for shopping lovers, breathtaking museums and a rich cultural life.So if you do not know where to spend your next holiday or an extended weekend, why not take a tour in this beautiful city of Italy - Turin? What are you going to get from this Travel eGuide? + 50 photos 3 touristic sections special for tight budget tested and validated trip a gastronomic section to cook delicious Italian dishes back at home A lexicon in Italian to be able to have a conversation in the street A free UDEMY COURSE to learn our proven tips & tricks to Travel without ruining yourself What other people say about this course (2000+ students): � I felt like the course was a fantastic refresher! Even though I've traveled before, usually within the US, and some of the tips and lectures seemed common sense to me, it has inspired me to begin my research again and reinvigorate me to experience the world. Thank you. � - James Stewart � The course is very helpful & beneficial for new travelers who are interested in visiting new places in the world. I've enjoyed the organized sections & the detailed information. � - Kamel Halabi � very informative and knowledgeable on travel � - Rudra Toulon � This was an informative course with actionable information. � - Sheryl M Malzkuhn In conclusion, Turin is a great city to discover in Italy and if you want even more, then get our Travel eGuide: North Italy that will soon be published!So, are you ready to take off?Sincerely,Cristina & Olivier Rebiere
Discover the Italian knack for la dolce vita. Whether you want to explore the evocative ruins of an ancient empire, traverse Tuscany's vineyard-cloaked hills, or simply sip espresso and watch the world go by, your DK Eyewitness travel e-guide makes sure you experience all that Italy has to offer. From erupting volcanoes to magnificent coastal scenery, this breathtaking country is rich in natural beauty. And with more UNESCO World Heritage Sites than anywhere else on Earth, there is no better place to experience the glories of European art and architecture. Of course, Italy is not only a sumptuous feast for the eyes; famous for some of the world's finest food and wine, the country's vibrant gastronomic traditions differ from one town to the next. Our newly updated e-guide brings Italy to life, transporting you there like no other travel guide does with expert-led insights, trusted travel advice, detailed breakdowns of all the must-see sights, photographs on practically every page, and our hand-drawn illustrations which place you inside the country's iconic buildings and neighbourhoods. We've also worked hard to make sure our information is as up-to-date as possible following the COVID-19 outbreak. You'll discover: our pick of Italy's must-sees, top experiences and hidden gems the best spots to eat, drink, shop and stay detailed maps and walks which make navigating the country easy easy-to-follow itineraries expert advice: get ready, get around and stay safe colour-coded chapters to every part of Italy, from Venice to Rome, Sicily to Sardinia Only visiting Rome? Try our DK Eyewitness Rome.
The Roman Forum, the Leaning Tower, the Piazza San Marco: these are the sights synonymous with Italy.
Author: Frances Mayes
Publisher: Broadway Books
The Roman Forum, the Leaning Tower, the Piazza San Marco: these are the sights synonymous with Italy. But such landmarks only scratch the surface of this magical country's offerings. In [this book], Frances Mayes introduces us to the Italy only the locals know, as she and her husband, Ed, explore, eat, and drink their way through thirteen regions--from Friuli to Sicily. An invitation to the Italy most travelers never experience, [this book] showcases cultural and historic gems not found in traditional guidebooks: a small island off Sardinia, evocative hill towns of Marche, islands of the Venetian Lagoon, Puglia's bread towns, the ultimate Sicilian beach. Mayes conjures the enchantment of the backstreets, the hubbub of the markets, the dreamlike wonder of that space between lunch and dinner when a city cracks open to those who would wander, or when a mind is drawn into the pages of a delicious book--and discloses to us the intimate life of each place.