This part of the year is usually dedicated to an outdoor picnic and family-friendly excursions. This is mainly because we have in Italy 2 major bank holidays that can be celebrated together if workers are lucky enough to get some days off, namely 25th April, the Liberation Day, and 1st May, the Labour Day. If..
Our blog is a modern relative of the old-fashioned guide book, which apparently is not as old as it may seem. Seen that I am open to new technology, but I do have a passion for paper, I accepted to write and translate into English the new guide book of Cupramontana: Cupramontana in tasca. This..
Sassoferrato – a journey among history and traditions. Sassoferrato is a little town shielding a long history that can be relived in the historic centre, as well as the suburbs. We would like to thank Happennines, Gabriele, Sara, Marco and Letizia, for having guided us and let us discover a perfect destination for many history/art/traditions..
Usually when we say pasta in Italian we mean a whole world that may not seem so easy to understand to people not used to it. Pasta is not only the dried one, made from wheat, but also the “fresh” one, usually made with egg. This is what makes it also more flavoured, and exceptional..
Even though the International Wildlife Day was at the beginning of March, today I would like to introduce you to two peculiar animals of our region. No, we are not going to talk about the woodpecker, which is actually the symbol of Le Marche (well, I’ve just got the idea for a new post 😉..
Here we are (already!!) again ready with the FAI days. On time as every Spring and Autumn, the FAI allows visitors to discover hidden places all around the peninsula. This time we are going to introduce you to the Hermitage “Eremo di San Marco”, in Ascoli Piceno, which Isabelle visited in 2018. She included the..