The National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise, opened in 1922, originally Abruzzo National Park, is one of the oldest national parks
Here is where I share my tips and secrets about Abruzzo (and beyond), Italy, so you can learn about what makes Abruzzo shine before you arrive on your next trip.
If you are curious about the local venues, traditional food and recipes, common sayings in dialect, and what to expect on your travels, grab your espresso and immerse yourself in our blog!
You can also read through our travelers’ stories to see firsthand what Abruzzo has to offer.
I’m happy to show you the beautiful landscapes, culture, food and traditions of Abruzzo and my other favorite Italian regions such as Puglia, Sicily, Emilia Romagna and much more!
Ciao for now, Fabrizio.
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Abruzzo cuisine has a multifaceted soul, made mainly of simple ingredients turned into glorious feasts, drawing on the traditions of the pastoral
Scanno, considered one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, is a magical hilltop town in a very strategic location located in
I am very proud to read that Punta Aderci was recently listed by National Geographic as one of the 12 best beaches
Abruzzo is a region of a thousand qualities, and one of these can be found in the town of Navelli, where the
Fano, our base in Le Marche, is a multifaceted city as it offers the chance to enjoy various opportunities in one place.
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Castelli, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, is considered the capital of decorative pottery in Abruzzo, thanks to a tradition
The Puglia region, located in southern Italy, is known for its historical, scenic, cultural and culinary beauties. Click here to download