Milan is a city full of mystery and modernism. More than most Italian cities, you’ll find a fascinating blend of the modern cosmopolitan city with deep ties in the ancient roots of the town it once was. Read the rest »
Intensely popular with good reason, Lake Como, or Lago di Como, is shaped much like an inverted Y and is the deepest lake in all of Italy. Read the rest »
Seeing the Sights of Lombardy Unlike most of Italy, the region of Lombardy is landlocked. The top of the region touches the vistas just under the Alps while the bulk of the region is made up of flat plains of the Po River Valley. Read the rest »
Palazzo Te is one of the most important and best preserved buildings of the Renaissance. It receives an annual average of 200,000 visitors, admiring the original architectural setting, the famous decorated chambers and halls and the civic collections.
Panettone is a typical cake simbolizing Italian Christmas Traditions. Many legends tell its story and how it has become ome of the most important cake for a true Italian Christmas.
Monforte Cilento, a small village close to Salerno, is immersed in an unspoiled nature and offers beautiful monuments and panoramas, full of history and nature.
A typical recipe of Italian Milanese Cuisine. Ossobuco and risotto. Tasteful and complete.