Even within a country that is itself known worldwide for its popular cuisine, the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy is famed for its delectable food.
It’s a world in itself, this pianeta porticata – ‘arcaded planet’, as the Bolognesi call their peculiar city. They like to be different, the Bolognesi.
Can’t decide whether you want a city break or a nature-oriented trip to Europe? Why not do both culture and vulture on the same short holiday?
You’ve made it to Abruzzo but you’ve only got a weekend to spare. Here’s how to make the most of a long weekend in the region.
Scanno is particularly well known for its traditional costume.
From pasta to pizza and everything in between, Abruzzo is a paradise for foodie enthusiasts.
Rosie Whitehouse, author of our Liguria guide, discusses the flourishing artisan food industries in the Monte Sibillini region.
Luciano Di Gregorio gives some helpful tips for those who fancy a trip to the beach in Abruzzo.
Luciano Di Gregorio investigates why pasta is so integral to the diet of the Abruzzese.