Abruzzo is a region rich in cultural and culinary traditions, and in springtime it offers rich and fresh dishes, with products donated
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!
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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.
Matera is one of the oldest cities in the world, in which life has been flowing uninterruptedly since prehistoric times. A great
Since we started our adventure with Italia Sweet Italia we have always shared our passion for Abruzzo and tried to instill it
Segesta was the most important of the Elymian cities. Its location is extremely evocative because on Mount Barbaro one enjoys a hillside
Roccascalegna is a medieval village in Abruzzo, home to about 1,200 inhabitants in which walking in its peaceful poetic silence through the
The pasta that is a symbol of Apulian, as well as Lucanian, gastronomy, is prepared with a very simple dough made from
Rocca Calascio is a hamlet of the Italian municipality of Calascio, 3 km (1,8 miles) away, in the Abruzzo region. Known nationally
Taormina is an internationally known Sicilian town. With its mild climate, its beauty and the warm character of its residents, it is
Established in 1995, the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park covers the territory of three regions-Abruzzo, Lazio and Marche, and
The charming Urbino, whose historic center has been a Unesco heritage site since 1998, is recognized as the ideal court of the