Now that Italian wellness facilities, from spas to fitness centres, have opened their doors again, we will tell you some secrets to make the most of your stay.
June is Pride Month and at ScuolaScuola we celebrate it with a reflection on the use of the asterisk for gender neutrality in Italian. Buona lettura a tutt*!
Let’s dive into the underwater world of Luca, the Disney Pixar feature-length movie that next summer will bring you to the Italian Riviera
Learn more about all the places Stanley Tucci visited in “Searching For Italy” for your next trip to Italy. Bentrovati, studenti di ScuolaScuola! We know you all loved the series Searching for Italy, hosted by Stanley Tucci for CNNtravel. Waiting to actually be able to visit Italy again, let’s start planning your future trips with … Continued
Some trends emerged from the latest Milan Fashion Week and some food for thought, with a special focus on collections by Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino.
In this article we recommend you a TV show and a book that will help you progress on your learning journey
Discover the culinary traditions of Trentino Alto-Adige with ScuolaScuola with a special focus on three typical dishes
At the end of 2020, Italian étoile Roberto Bolle published his latest book, Parole che danzano.
3 seasonal ingredients for 5 everyday recipes from Italy Holidays are over, Christmas decorations are back in their boxes and we have come back to work. If you’re feeling exhausted from juggling work with private life, have less time for yourself and to cook a proper meal, or you’re simply looking for recipes to make … Continued
Until February 15th you can watch Linda di Chamounix, a semiserious opera by Italian composer Gaetano Donizetti, on the website of Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
In the year of the 500th anniversary of Raphael’s death, Giovanni Cova & C. dedicates its panettone to the great artist A panettone dedicated to Raphael While all the exhibitions organized to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Raphael’s death are close because of the pandemic, Giovanni Cova & C., a renowned pastry shop in Milan, … Continued
Il Natale di Francesco is the project that brings Giotto’s frescoes outside the Basilica of St Francis and throughout Assisi During the festive season, tradition and innovation meet in Assisi, where Mario Cucinella’s lighting design project, powered by Enel X, illuminates the whole city. The initiative, titled Il Natale di Francesco (The Christmas of Francis), … Continued
Now that Christmas is coming, we are sharing our tips to make it more Italian Grab your coziest blanket, a sweet slice of panettone, a hot drink, and stay a few minutes with us to discover our tips for a very Italian Christmas. Keep learning Italian There are so many things you can do to … Continued
Discover the fascinating universe of Italian bread with ScuolaScuola Bread is much more than food: thanks to its simple ingredients and the nourishment it provides, it is a staple of the human diet across many cultures, with an ancient history dating back to the Neolithic period, charged with symbolic and ritual meanings. It has been … Continued
The Week of the Italian Language in the World is the perfect occasion to learn Italian with comic books Happy 20th annual Week of the Italian Language in the World! This year’s theme is “Italian Between Word and Image: Graffiti, Illustrations, Comic Books,” and in this article you will discover some interesting facts about … Continued
Italian museums and cultural sites are reopening their doors to visitors, and so let’s discover some of them After the months-long lockdown, Italy has started reopening museums, archives, libraries, archeological sites and churches to the public. Since everyone’s health is a priority, only the cultural sites able to guarantee safety and social distancing measures have been able to welcome … Continued
Not only museums: there are many other interesting places where you can discover more about Italian culture and history Our virtual tour of Italian museums ended at the Vatican Museums, but our journey to discover Italian cultural heritage continues today, not far away from the Vatican City. All the following places brim with history and … Continued
Due to the Covid-19 health emergency, Italian museums and archeological sites are closed, but their websites and social media accounts are there for you Spring is usually considered the ideal season to visit Italy, in particular its città d’arte, and many of you may have planned a trip in this period. Unfortunately we cannot replace your … Continued
With the slogan La cultura batte il tempo Parma is the new Italian Capital of Culture Every year the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism designates a Capital of Culture to support and enhance its cultural activities. Nearly two years have passed since Parma was appointed the Italian Capital of Culture 2020. … Continued