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Italy is Reopening to Tourists

Now that Italy is reopening to leisure travelers, let’s see what you need to know to plan your holidays.

‘Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy’ – A series by CNNTravel

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

5 quick Italian recipes to try this winter

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

Raphael’s panettone: good and beautiful

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

The Christmas of Francis in Assisi

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

Have yourself a merry Italian Christmas

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

A short guide to Italian bread

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

Have a sweet and colourful Easter

Let’s discover a traditional Easter cake from Southern Italy that will brighten up your table In spite of the proverb ‘Natale con i tuoi, Pasqua con chi vuoi’, Italians tend to celebrate the main religious festivities with their family. This Easter may be smaller but nothing will stop us from preparing a proper Easter lunch. … Continued

The spectacular Carnival of Viareggio in Tuscany

The carnival season is coming to an end, but there is still time to get to know one of Italy’s most famous celebrations: il Carnevale di Viareggio. The story of the renowned Carnevale di Viareggio is far less famous than the event itself. It all began in February 1873, when a group of young gentlemen … Continued

Top 5 Italian soups to warm your soul

Here is our selection of 5 popular and traditional Italian soups that will help you cope with cold As strange as it may seem, winter has also come in Italy and yes, it is cold. What could be better than a hot soup on a chilly winter day? Luckily enough, this is a season full … Continued

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