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A complete travel guide sorted by area with everything you need to know when in Italy. Tips, tours, art, architecture, fine wine & food and landscapes of unsurpassed beauty - our guide has been compiled using our own first-hand knowledge of the beautiful country.
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We know how important it is that all the details of your stay are well looked after and we are pleased to offer you the assistance from our experienced and friendly staff at no extra cost.
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We created these pages to help you really Discover Italy. Journalists Donald Strachan, Steve Keenan and Jasmine Boni Ball — who visit several times every year — have gathered a rich crop of local stories and written destination guides to help you make the most of your vacation. As they say in Italy, “Buon viaggio!”
A Roman classic with a twist: veal, prosciutto, sage and polenta from chef and food blogger, Phoebe Ryan.
Food writer and photographer Giulia Scarpaleggia teaches cookery classes from her farmhouse between Florence and Siena. Here, she demonstrates a simple way to give your Sunday roast chicken a real flavour of Tuscany. It’s perfect for post-trip reminiscence.
Natural Chef, food writer and teacher Ceri Jones offers up a fresh, healthy version of the Sicilian classic, pasta con le sarde — without the pasta.
Food blogger Helen Buxton makes the most of leftover risotto, with a fast and easy recipe for rice balls with an oozing cheese centre served with a freshly prepared marinara sauce.
According to experts, ”people following a Mediterranean diet have a 30 percent lower risk of heart disease and stroke”. We speak to nutritionists to find out what this diet really is, and why it works. Warning: includes science.
The dictionary calls it “a strong-smelling underground fungus that resembles an irregular, rough-skinned potato.” But to the world’s finest chefs, the truffle has a more evocative meaning for haute cuisine. Our short guide explains what truffles are, where they grow and how to tell the four main Italian types apart.
Unless you’re a a tech billionaire or have royal blood, you probably don’t eat truffles three times a day back home. It’s a different story if you come to rural Tuscany or Umbria at the right times of year. Truffles add a touch of luxury to any dish, sure. But they grow here abundantly: even a rustic trattoria will have them on the menu, or better still, you can learn to cook with them yourself.
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