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Italian Culture & Lifestyle 🇮🇹

Discover Italy's beautiful 'stile di vita' ❤️
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Modena's Historical Market - Mercato Albinelli
Market shopping forms the cornerstone of Italy's culinary culture and in foodie city, Modena, this historical, indoor market is close to celebrating its 100th birthday... Its here at 7 o'clock in the morning, you'll find restaurant chefs brushing shoulders with busy nonne in search of the freshest produce of the day, you may even bump into Massimo Bottura from Osteria Francescana! All the delicious regional foods and wines you simply must sample are in our post... 👌🏽🇮🇹
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Red love locks on Verona's Ponte Vecchia Food Culture, Red Roses, Roots
MangiaMangia Blog
Red roses, chocolates and sweet tokens of love ❤️ but did you know Valentines's Day is rooted in a lusty Roman festival? 👇🏼
How to Master Common Italian Phrases for Travel Course Voyage Europe, Europe Travel Guide, Travel Abroad, Travel Itinerary, Italy Travel, Travel Guides, Travel Destinations, Traveling Tips, Travelling
How to Master Common Italian Phrases for Travel (Like a Local!)  | The Intrepid Guide
How to Master Common Italian Phrases for Travel Course
The Intrepid Guide | Language Learning for Travel
The Intrepid Guide | Language Learning for Travel
Trevi Fountain - The Real Reason You Should Toss a Coin 🪙
One to return, two for love, three for marriage ❤️With 5.4 million visitors a year, you can imagine how many lucky coins touch the Travertine Trevi Fountain floor every day, so where do they all go? Find out and follow us for The Italian Way 👌🏽🇮🇹 #rome #trevi #traveltip
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Cappuccino e Brioche 🥐☕️❤️
Skip the eggs and bacon and step into a bar for breakfast - this is Italy so coffees not cocktails 😉 How and what to order in today's blog post 👌🏽 Follow The Italian Way for insider foodie tips, traditional recipes and uniquely Italian destinations... 🇮🇹
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Bar Bianco - A Unique 'Dairy Bar' in North Italy
Bar Bianco is named 'White Bar' because the drinks on offer are milk-based and the foods are cheeses from the dairy farm. Discover northern Italy's collection of unique 'White Bars'... in particular our favourite on the grassy high plateau Cansiglio in the Preapls which is also an Agriturismo!
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Bar Bianco - A Unique 'Dairy Bar' in North Italy
Bar Bianco is named 'White Bar' because the drinks on offer are milk-based and the foods are cheeses from the dairy farm. Discover northern Italy's collection of unique 'White Bars'... in particular our favourite on the grassy high plateau Cansiglio in the Preapls which is also an Agriturismo!
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Christmas Breakfast in Italy 🇮🇹
We step into a cafè for 'cappuccino e brioche' in Cordignano at Pasticceria Pollesel between Christmas shopping... for breakast the Italian Way ❤️
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Christmas In Italy, Christmas Cake, Seafood Medley, Bread Dumplings, Beef Carpaccio, Branzino, Apple Strudel, Dried Figs, Radicchio
Christmas in Italy 🌟 Time to celebrate ❤️
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
La Merenda - An Italian Snack! 🇮🇹
In the arc of a typical Italian culinary day, two meals, even if little, are reserved for 'la merenda'! From Latin 'meritare', the word 'merenda' translates as 'reward' or 'something you've earned'. Once, only gentry could afford to snack between meals thus 'la merenda' became known as a special treat to be earned but these days we all enjoy 'la merenda' not once, but twice a day! Discover what Italians love to snack on and the food culture of 'Merendine'...🇮🇹
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
How to Eat 'Italian' A guide!
The 'Mediterranean' Diet is classified as one of the healthiest (according to the U.S. News & World Report) yet pasta every day with wine sounds decidedly decadent! So what's the secret? Read up following our link to 'The Italian Way' 👌🏽🇮🇹
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
An Italian table of cold meats and cheeses with people eating soppressa. Local Meat, Local Food, Italian Panini, Grilled Polenta, Wooden Platters, Pork Meat, Bread Roll, Milanese
Salame, sopressa, soppressa or soppressata?
You'd be forgiven for asking for a 'panino con salami' in Italy - they'd just think you wanted a selection of meats in your one bread roll... but that's not an option, so you'd only get one. Well, we all know and love salame but what's sopressa then? And soppressata?
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
The Italian Tradition of Ferragosto 🇮🇹 Where to go, what to do & what not to do...
Ferragosto is one of the two days a year when everything closes in Italy. The other is Christmas. For a nation of Catholics, we can assume Ferragosto has the same clout as Christmas... and that's big...
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Le Fontane Magiche di Cison ❤️
The tiny 'borgo' of Cison di Valmarino turns water to wine for one day in June. A village celebration, one of Veneto's best-kept secrets... Discover unmissable destinations and insider travel tips in our blog - The Italian Way 👌🏽🇮🇹
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
Italian borgo in a street with stone houses Saints Days, Urban Center, Time Stood Still, For Sale Sign, Tv Channel, Cinque Terre, Traditional House, Alps
An Italian Borgo
In Italy the 'borgo' is a cherished place - ancient and characteristic, these tiny communities are everywhere but were never truly appreciated until RAI (Italy's principle TV channel) put them on the map! Discover Italy's list of the 300 'Borghi piu Belli' and visit these little pieces of Italy where time stands still for a moment...
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way
MangiaMangia Blog - The Italian Way