Books that give an itch to visit South Italy
Have you been sitting at home while people around you are traveling the world??! Travel has opened up for sure but maybe it is…April 26, 2022
Have you been sitting at home while people around you are traveling the world??! Travel has opened up for sure but maybe it is…by Ishita April 26, 2022
The Italophilia community keeps getting bigger and bigger and I could not be more thrilled to share about two passionate Italophiles and Romanophiles (is…by Ishita February 8, 2022
I recently had the pleasure to read Robert V. Camuto’s book “South of Somewhere: Wine, Food, and the Soul of Italy“. For 4 weeks,…by Ishita December 18, 2021
Italian literature is synonymous with writers such as Umberto Eco, Italo Calvino, Dante Alighieri, Giacomo Leopardi, Elena Ferrante and Andrea Camilleri. Often times, many…by Ishita August 3, 2021
I love connecting with fellow Italophiles and expats in Italy just like Tiffany Parks. We both connected on Instagram, thanks to a mutual love…by Ishita May 1, 2021
Non fiction books on Italy aren’t as popular but they offer a deeper knowledge into the beautiful and complicated Italian culture; one that we…by Ishita April 24, 2021
If you’re looking for a book set in Verona, Italy, check out Richard Hough’s “Notes from Verona”: Reflections on family life from inside locked-down…by Ishita April 1, 2021
When I read Cucina Tipica by Andrew Cotto, I kindled an unsaid Italophile bond with him. It is the type of friendship that many…by Ishita March 4, 2021
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