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5 Podcasts for Learning Italian

If you’re learning Italian like I me and don’t live in Italy, I bet you are looking for ways to connect with the language. This is where podcasts come in picture! Learning Italian with podcasts is a great way to imbibe the language and culture while sitting at home. All you have to do is download […]

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Ispirazione: Italian Language Vacations in Bergamo

Today for the Ispirazione series I welcome Elena Arezio from Italian Language Vacations. Elena founded her Italian language homestay and language school 8 years ago!! How inspiring! I’m super stoked to be interviewing and presenting her lovely language homestay on Italophilia. *Drumrolls* Welcome, Elena!! Tell us how and when did Italian Language Vacations start?? Ciao […]

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What to do in Lerici, Liguria

Only 15 minutes from the gorgeous hamlet of Tellaro is a port town called Lerici. Extremely local and colorful, Lerici overlooks the sea. It has a great harbor and a small beach that also happens to be the place where the famous English poet Percy Shelley drowned in. Shelley’s home, Villa Magni, is only 10 […]

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Review of La Passione: How Italy Seduced the World

I was overjoyed when I received a copy of Dianne Hales “La Passione” (The Passion) last month. Dianne has been one of my favorite Italian language blogs and her previous book “La Bella Lingua” was one of my Favorite Italy reads. Dianne’s new book “La Passione” is a book about the Italian passion. She captures the […]

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11 Pictures to Make You Fall in Love with Tellaro

I’ve kept a secret for too long. Yes, I’ve been selfish and protective and wanted this place only to myself. (Do you do that??) But a few weeks earlier I got carried away and shared some pictures 😛 I’m not proud of that decision…But then one thing led to another and here I am writing […]

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Food & Wine Tours with Local Aromas

Today I  was attending a session of Women in Business and my mind immediately went to remember all those women in business that I know through Italy. One such example was Bennedetta Bianchini and Valeria Bianchini, two lovely ladies who founded the Roman organization Local Aromas. What is Local Aromas?? A local business from Rome that […]

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What to See in Parma

If you only have a couple of days and are looking for things to see and do in Parma here’s a walk you could take in the historic centre. Parma is a compact town and you can see the main sights in a short time. There’s a lot left to see but then that’s a […]

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Where to Stay in Parma, Italy

My pal Saskia from Ciao tutti recommended me to stay at B&B Al Battistero D’Oro in Parma. The B&B is situated in the city centre and has all the comforts of a modern home! Not only is it a 3 minute walk from the Piazza Duomo but also only very close to the train station. The whole […]

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Delicious Bologna: More than just a Food Tour

No city is complete without its food but BOLOGNA = FOOD. Our honeymoon in Italy would be incomplete without a big mention to Mattia Tozzoli from Delicious Bologna. Delicious Bologna is a food company originating from Mattia’s love for his region- Emilia Romagna. Mattia, a zealous and warm person, loves meeting people from across the […]

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Ispirazione: The Italian Midday from Calabria

Buongiorno a tutti! Today for the Ispirazione Series let’s welcome Emanuela Aliberti on Italophilia! Emanuela is from Calabria in the South of Italy and loves writing and exploring about her country. She studied Journalism and Languages and started the Italian Midday as a way to get people understand the Italian language and culture. Let’s know […]

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