Don’t even think about learning Italian without learning this essential vocab block: the Family.
Paolo Caciorgna of Tenute Pietro Caciorgna Estate in Casole d’Elsa tells us a thing or two about Sangiovese.
To discover the real beauty of Italian culture, get to know one of its time-honored traditions: buying a coffee for someone in need.
Your next adventure in Italy–or your first!–is gonna be so much more fun if you can speak a little Italian. Get started learning with your first sample dialogue.
Dreaming of Italy? Learning the language is going to make those dreams feel that much closer to reality. To get started, we show you how you can use words you probably know to learn Italian vowel sounds.
Learning Italian remotely? You got this.
THIS IS ITALY: Photo essays from all around the Bel Paese. 1st in Series: Photographer Marek Piwnicki explores the silent beauty of Lombardia and the Italian alps.
We honor Agitu Ideo Gudeta, a entrepreneur and owner of La Capra Felice (the Happy Goat) farm in Trentino.
At its heart, the One Euro House project is about rebuilding communities.
If you’ve read other articles on the One Euro House project in Italy but still find yourself scratching your head wondering, “huh?”… we wouldn’t fault you. It’s a little confusing. We’d like to help sort out a few of the details.
A curated online community for people who are invested in Italy. Perhaps you feel “invested” doesn’t sound like you? Well, you wouldn’t be here if you weren’t already invested in Italy in some way. Maybe you love some aspect of Italian culture and try to honor it in the kitchen, in your style, or in your travel photography. Maybe you hold a dream in your heart of living in Italy one day. Or maybe you just moved there… or have lived there all your life. Maybe you’re an Italian small business, artist, tutor, or service provider; or maybe you just really like Italian soccer and avidly follow a team. All this is—and everything in between—is investment. And we are here to help you grow your investment, and have a great time doing it.
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