Going to Rome, most tourists “want to visit the Vatican” and do not even realize how absurd this phrase sounds. The fact is that the Vatican is almost impossible to visit for tourist purposes, since it is a closed state. However, it is possible to visit some of its parts, each of which has its own visiting procedure. Let’s see what an ordinary tourist can see on the territory of the Vatican City.
St. Peter’s Square
Getting to the Vatican is the easiest way to start from St. Peter’s Square. Admission to it is free at any time and, of course, free. However, this square was conceived as a gate to the Vatican, therefore, according to Bernini’s plan, it resembles a keyhole. Believing Catholics from all over the world gather in this square to attend the papal service and receive his blessing. It is worth paying attention to the huge Continue reading
In Italy there is a huge variety of museums, among them there are those that are dedicated not to the masterpieces of architecture and art, but to ordinary food products. Food for Italians is not just filling the stomach with food, it is a whole ritual, enjoying the taste, traditions, discovering unique combinations of products that are grown in the country. In museums in Italy devoted to food, you can not only try a certain product, but also find out the history of its occurrence, the secrets of its preparation and even unknown facts about a seemingly familiar product.
National Museum of Pasta
Italy can not be imagined without pasta, therefore, in the center of Rome, the world’s only National Museum of Pasta was opened. In the 11 halls of the museum you can follow the whole process of turning Continue reading
From mid-September, the collection of white truffle begins in Alba – the legendary delicacy loved by all European monarchs. To join the hunt for the world’s most expensive mushroom, as well as to visit the famous international fair, where many world celebrities appeared at one time, ITALIA EXCLUSIVE and its director Yana Dementieva are inviting.
– Alba is the historical and economic capital of the famous Langhe Hills region in the province of Cuneo. It is here that from September 13 to November 15 the most famous Piedmont gastronomy event is held – the International Fair of White Truffles. Already in the XVIII century, at all European yards, truffle from Alba was considered the most exquisite and, of course, the most expensive delicacy. Centuries have Continue reading