Food Tours of Italy

Food Tours of Italy takes you to a centuries-old world of historic sites, beautiful landscapes and traditional living. 

Food Tours of Italy also takes you on a culinary journey of regional diversity and mouth-watering tastes that has been developing since the 4th century BC. 

The Italian cuisine today is one of the most popular cuisines in the world.  
 
Some of Italy's world-famous dishes include its Antipasto (appetizers), Pizza, Ravioli, Lasagna, Spaghetti Bolognese, Risotto, Minestrone, Tiramisu,

Famous Italian cheeses include Asiago, Fontina, Gorgonzola, Mascarpone, Mozzarella, Parmigiano Reggiano, Pecorino, Provolone and Ricotta.

Famous Italian salamis include Cacciatore, Capocollo, Prosciutto and Soppressata.


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Italy also has a rich historical and cultural heritage and so many tourist delights which include Rome, Florence, Venice, Pisa and Naples.

It is the place where the Roman Empire began, saw the birth of the Renaissance, home of the Vatican and, its capital Rome, is one of the great, must-see cities of Europe.

World Heritage Sites: Italy has 51 World Heritage Listed Sites. More than any other country on earth.

The Renaissance spread throughout Europe in the 14th to 16th centuries. Its birthplace was the Italian, Tuscan city of Florence.

Classical Antiquity inspired a revival of the classical art and intellect of Ancient Greece and Rome and had a huge impact in further developing Western Civilization.


Italy From The Inside Ebook

The Definitive Survival Guide For Travelers. Unique E-book Targeting First Time Travelers To Italy. Ideal For Agencies, Schools. 
by Francesca Tosolini

With humor and plenty of "real life" photos, this handy volume will get you ready for your trip like no other guidebook can.

This eBook contains more than 350+ tips and 190+ original photos to help you navigate Europe's classic destination like a local.

WHAT MAKES THIS eBOOK UNIQUE?

Italy From The Inside focuses on cultural insights and take-along info to make your trip high on enjoyment and low on frustration. Traditional travel guides are valuable resources to help you plan places to visit, to lodge and to eat. But if your goal is to visit Italy and don't feel just like another tourist, then Italy From The Inside is for you.

Written by a travel-savvy Italian and enriched with 190+ original photographs of "real life" situations, this eBook will help you travel in Italy as if you’d lived there for years. Synchronize yourself with the Dolce Vita, avoid unnecessary cultural pitfalls, get ready to immerse yourself in a fulfilling travel experience that will make you feel like a local.

Read what our eBook clients have to say...

I am absolutely enjoying the book!

My husband and I will be visiting Italy and the book has already become an invaluable resource after one day.

Deidre B.,
South Carolina, USA   

This guide really IS definitive...

I've never read anything that prepares a traveller better for a trip to Italy. Francesca gives up-to-date information and clear explanations of how to cope with every imaginable eventuality - if only I'd had this eBook when I first moved to Italy!

It's indispensable reading!

Deborah Swain, Italy
LivingInItaly.com
   
My wife and I travel to Italy once or twice a year ... take only one piece of carry on luggage, ride the trains and buses only and try to get close to the culture and the people ...

I hope your book is getting a great response, I think it is a masterpiece ... thanks

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Wisconsin, USA

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Famous Italian Landmarks

The Colosseum-Rome 

Trevi Fountain-Rome

Roman Forum-Rome

Pantheon-Rome

Spanish Steps-Rome

Castel Sant'Angelo-Rome

Piazza Navona-Rome

Campo de' Fiori

St. Peter's Basilica-Vatican City 

Sistine Chapel-Vatican City

Vatican Museums-Vatican

Venice-UNESCO World Heritage Site

Florence-Birthplace of the Renaissance

Leaning Tower of Pisa-Pisa

Food Tours of Italy


Trevi Fountain

No trip to Rome is complete without a visit to the Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi). Hollywood films featuring the world famous fountain include Three Coins in the Fountain and Roman Holiday.

The Trevi Fountain which stands 26.3 metres (86 ft) high and 49.15 metres (161.3 ft) wide is the largest Baroque fountain in Rome and the most famous fountain in the world.

The Legend Of Trevi Fountain: Legend says you should stand with your back to the fountain and toss a coin with your right hand over your left shoulder to ensure a return trip to Rome

A second legend, inspired by the film “Three Coins in the Fountain“ says that you should throw three coins into the fountain. The first guarantees your return to Rome, the second leads to a new romance, while the third will lead to marriage!

The Municipality Of Rome: Collects the coins from the Trevi Fountain daily to finance a special supermarket that serves the poor in Rome with help from the Italian Red Cross.

 


La Cucina Romana

La Cucina Romana (Roman Cooking) is the cuisine of Rome from the Roman Campagna (low-lying area surrounding Rome in the Lazio region).

The Testaccio rione (one of Rome’s traditional working class neighborhoods) was a trade and slaughterhouse area inhabited by butchers, or vaccinari) is where its most original and traditional foods can still be found.

Some of the popular foods of Rome include Bruschetta, Pecorino romano, Ricotta romana, Bucatini all amatriciana, Pasta alla carbonara, Porchetta, Carciofi alla Giudia, Saltimbocca alla Romana and Trippa alla Romana.

Rome is also known for its white wine with Frascati and Castelli Romani noted as the best.


Venice

Renowned for its Beauty, Architecture, Artwork and Grand Canal

Famous worldwide, Venice offers unforgettable and life-enriching experiences via its picturesque waterways.

Venice, the capital of Italy's Veneto region is located on a group of 118 small islands that are linked by canals and bridges and a stunning backdrop of Baroque buildings and famous landmarks which include the Piazza San Marco, Saint Mark's Basilica, St Mark's Campanile (bell tower of St Mark's Basilica), Doge's Palace, Bridge of Sighs (enclosed bridge made of white limestone and has windows with stone bars) and the Gallerie dell'Accademia (museum gallery of pre-19th-century art) are just some of its many attractions.

Venice was a major maritime power during the Middle Ages, a cultural center during the Renaissance, and a staging area to free the Holy Land by the Crusader Knights. It was also an important center of commerce which made Venice wealthy.

There are no cars or roads. Just canals and boats. So, the most fascinating way to experience the true charm of this cultural rich city is to take a ride through the serene waters of the Grand Canal on a gondola and float through the world-famous Rialto Bridge.

Venice and its lagoon were added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1987.


Venetian Cuisine

Being a historic coastal city, the Cuisine of Veneto has an emphasis on seafood dishes.

Some of the best local dishes in Venice include Polenta, Sarde in saor, Risi e bisi, Pasta e fasioi, Moleche, Scampi alla veneziana, Bigoli in Salsa, Baccala Mantecato, Frittelle and Tiramisu.

They Really Say Mamma Mia! -Discovering Italian Family Roots

A Heartwarming And Enjoyable Book - High Customer Satisfaction. 

Come with us on our heartwarming and entertaining journey across two continents as we attempt to connect with lost and forgotten Italian ancestors separated by oceans and time. Our lighthearted treks, sometimes hectic but always fulfilling, will put a smile on your face. Read how our lives have been changed forever.
Our little book has the potential of enriching your own life. Reading our tales will make you think about memories of your own family, your first home, your youth and a time of innocence. You might ponder your own family tree and ancestry roots. You don’t need to be Italian to enjoy the richness of our journey.

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Food Tours of Italy

Food Tours of Italy explores the cuisine, its rich history, beautiful landscapes, iconic cities and the traditional village life.


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