le marche

Ispirazione: Italian Storytellers from Le Marche

Today on Italophilia, we have a special guest from the region of Le Marche!! Say hello to Eleonora Tramonti- the face behind the blog Italian Storytellers! Today, Eleonora will be sharing her thoughts about the Italian language and and inspire you to keep trying no matter where you are learning from. Let’s learn more about her […]

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5 Unmissable Experiences in Le Marche

The whole of Le Marche is nothing short of a dream and if you are looking for unique experiences in Italy, Le Marche should be on your radar. I visited Central Marche in 2017 and Northern Marche in 2018 and some experiences stayed with me forever. I define them under the category of “unmissable things” […]

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5 Gorgeous Small Towns in Italy

Sometimes I feel in this world of social media, where we are consuming information by the second, my Italian wishlist changes every day! I don’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing but there are far too many small towns, too many places, too many things to experience in the Bel Paese. […]

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Experience Italia: Mercatello sul Metauro in Le Marche

If you have read my previous post on Palazzo Donati, you know how much I loved living in Palazzo Donati. Continuing my experience, let me show you the town of Mercatello sul Metauro where Palazzo Donati is located. MERCATELLO SUL METAURO The town of Mercatello sul Metauro, centered aroun Piazza Garibaldi, is in the northern […]

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Chasing Raphael: Rome-Urbino-Delhi

You know Raphael?? (Raffaello) Of course you do! One of the greatest Italian painters from the 15th century, Raphael is a name I associate from my 7th grade history book. Well it seemed I followed his footsteps this year…..Or he followed mine…. Chasing Raphael: Rome-Urbino-Delhi ROME I was in Rome where Raphael is buried. The […]

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The Literary Town of Recanati

Recanati in Le Marche is a literary town of/for/by the Italian poet Giacomo Leopardi. I say that not only because Leopardi was born here but also because he spent a majority part of his life writing poems inspired by the town. Even though Leopardi had a conflicting relationship with Recanati, one of his most famous poems […]

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Cooking at Fabrica del Gusto in Fabriano

It was a usual day in medieval Fabriano for everyone but me because I was going for my first ever Italian cooking class! I wanted to learn something local and found the cooking school – Fabrica del Gusto to be perfect for my needs.  Fabrica del Gusto was a 5 minute drive from the city […]

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Vineyard Walk at Vigneti Santa Liberata

If you ask me what is the most important part of travel in Italy for me, I would first and foremost mention its the people. I have been fortunate to have met and befriended many lovely souls people over the past few years that strengthen my belief when I say this. There have been so […]

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