The Best Italian Novels: The books you shouldn’t miss

I migliori romanzi italiani: i libri da non perdere Looking for a list of the best Italian novels of all time? Although it’s hard to pick favourites from all the fantastic works produced in Italian literature, fear not! I’ve put together a personal list of some must-read Italian classics to add to your bookshelf. From …

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5 Things to Do in Florence (Italy) on a Rainy Day

5 cose da fare a Firenze quando piove Rain happens. Especially in the spring and fall seasons in Florence, Italy. But don’t let the inevitable rainfall ruin your dream vacation to Tuscany! You may not want to go on long strolls while white-knuckle gripping umbrellas, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have other Italian experiences. …

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Pros and Cons of Living in Italy (as an American)

This article is part of our Bilingual Blog series, where we share useful information and tips about non-language related aspects of Italian culture such as food, music, travel and more. These articles have been written in Italian and English to give our readers the opportunity to improve their reading skills whilst learning something new about …

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7 Famous Monuments in Italy You Simply Can’t Miss

Title: 7 famosi monumenti in Italia da non perdere No other place in the world rivals the options of wonderful man-made marvels found in Italy. Praised in guidebooks and travel magazines, these landmarks tell centuries of fascinating history while fuelling dreams of la dolce vita. Nessun altro posto al mondo ha così tante meraviglie create …

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The Best Day Trips from Naples: 10 Cities & Towns to See

Naples is one of the most incredible cities in Italy, but oh man, can it be overwhelming at times. Fortunately, there are many beautiful places that can easily be visited as day trips from Naples. From coastal beauties to lesser-known museums, all of them are great destinations to get away from the city and see …

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5 Fun Facts about Christmas in Italy

Christmas is a holiday of Christian origin which commemorates the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem. The holiday period has expanded over time to more than 14 days in Italy. Many traditions and cultural events exist to celebrate Christmas and in some cases they may seem to be outside the mainstream. Let’s take a look in …

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