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Italy is a blessed country for tourists, because it is beautiful in itself, and here you can easily do without guides: just wander around the unfamiliar streets and get incomparable pleasure. But we still decided to make a small guide to the most visited cities, so that the impression would be the most complete.
The eternal City
How in Rome to see the Pope at work, and in Venice – to avoid large expenses and crowds of tourists
1. In Rome, you will surely visit the Colosseum. Taking pictures at the walls of this magnificent building and looking inside is a must have for anyone who has come to Italy. Well, when the pictures are taken, take a walk to the Monti fashion district, where a fantastic “city market” takes place every weekend. Continue reading
Vacation shopping is a useful and interesting activity. And if you went to rest in Italy, then in addition to a wonderful pastime on its sunny beaches and walks in historical places, you are guaranteed a fascinating and productive trip to local shops. Italy is a country of incredible beauty and excellent cuisine. At the same time, being aware of where it is better to make the necessary purchases, you will not regret the time spent on visiting local points of sale.
In the central regions of large cities of the country, you can buy fashion items, shoes, etc. produced by the most prestigious brands. In the capital of Italy, Rome, fashion boutiques with high prices are located in Plaza de España – Italians call it Piazza di Spagna, as well as in the streets nearby. If you get to Milan, then we advise you to visit its most fashionable streets, such as Borgospesso, Andrea, Montenapoleone, Della Spiga and Gesu street. In this small area Continue reading
If you will make the dough yourself, take durum wheat flour – Farina di grano duro (in Italian) or Hartweizengriess (in German) The Italians say: “Pizza is a lover, and pasta is a mother and wife.” The rest of the peoples agree and call the Italians “pasta”, and they are not offended. There are hundreds of different pasta dishes in Italy. And one of the most popular is climbing. It is so tasty and democratic that it easily argues with pizza. Lasagna – Greetings from Antiquity What is Lasagna now? These are several layers of dried and subsequently cooked or baked wheat dough, interspersed with various fillings – from minced meat to vegetable or mushroom stew, sprinkled with cheese on top. All this splendor is baked in the oven until golden brown. And the climb began (as, by the way, the same pizza), with the usual tortillas. And not in Italy, but in Greece. It was also baked from wheat flour (a rarity) and was called Continue reading