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When the cold weather hits and winter is at the door, comfort food will keep you warm and give your body the energy it needs to fight the cold. Italians from north to south look forward to the cooler temperatures to start cooking their favorite hearty meals using seasonal vegetables and produce.
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Winter is an ideal time to visit Italy. Not only are there fewer tourists and shorter wait times at the museums and monuments, but there are many unique festivities and traditions only found this time of year. The Christmas season lasts from December 8th, the date of Immaculate Conception of Mary, ...
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A rainbow stands out in the small archipelago of islands in the Venice lagoon. It is the island of Burano, famous all over the world for the extraordinary colors of its houses.
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The Egyptian Museum of Turin is the second largest and most important museum in the world dedicated to the Nilotic civilization: but what does Egypt have to do with Piedmont? Why is the second largest Egyptian museum in the world in Turin?
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Medieval villages and castles. But also mines, olive groves and lagoons. This is Tuscany, a region of a thousand villages, rich in history and art. Enjoy the secret and authentic Tuscany with our selection of the best places to see off the beaten track, away from the crowd.
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Giorgio Locatelli is one of the finest Italian chefs in the UK and the world. He founded and directs the Locanda Locatelli restaurant, one of the finest Michelin-starred restaurants in London, noted as much for its conviviality as the quality of its food.
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Did the first 5 destinations intrigue you? Certainly also these that we propose will make your winter wonderfully unforgettable. Let's discover the charm of these sites!
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In Umbria, there are 170 museums, with a population of just over 900 thousand inhabitants. Each town and city has its own. Archaeological, historical-artistic, scientific, naturalistic, ethno-anthropological, thematic and contemporary art museums: from the National Gallery of Umbria to the MANU, the ...
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