30 Italian Food Words Used in English

There are certain words that just don’t translate. Some of those words are original Italian words that we English speakers have adopted into our own language. This is especially true when we talk about Italian food. Many of the words we accepted into the English language still have the same meaning as the original Italian. …

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What to Eat in Italy (Besides Pasta and Pizza)

Cosa mangiare in Italia (oltre a pasta e pizza) Pasta, pizza and lasagna? Yes to all three, but they are just the tip of the iceberg. Italian cuisine is renowned for its great variety, in terms of the foods used, the dishes and the contexts in which they are prepared, but that’s not all. The …

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The Best Time to Visit Italy: A Month-by-Month Guide

Il periodo migliore per visitare l’Italia If you dream of strolling through captivating cobblestone streets, exploring beautiful art cities, and enjoying stunning coastal vistas, Italy is the ultimate destination for you. The best part? The country truly is a year-round destination that offers something unique and alluring in each season. Se sogni di passeggiare lungo …

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The 10 Best Jobs in Italy for Americans (and English Speakers)

I 10 migliori lavori in Italia per gli americani (e gli anglofoni) Living abroad is a fantasy held by many people around the world. Western Europe is one of the most popular destinations – especially Italy. Moving abroad isn’t exactly easy, but the biggest problem that puts a dent in that dream, unfortunately, is the …

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10 Best Things to Do in Florence, Italy (Besides Museums)

10 cose da fare a Firenze (oltre ai musei) Florence is a magnificent city filled with beautiful architecture, historic buildings, and masterful artworks. A person could spend days exploring the city’s most famous museums. But what is there to do in Florence when you need a break from museums? To put it short, a lot. …

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Finding A New Normal – A Tale of Moving to Florence, Italy

Alla ricerca di una nuova normalità: il mio trasferimento a Firenze At the ripe, old age of 25, I realized that something significant was missing from my life. (Yes, I am fully aware that 25 years old is not old, but I certainly didn’t feel young either.) I was born and raised in the suburban …

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