Italian cuisine has long been very popular among residents of different countries due to the numerous pizzerias and trattorias located in different cities of the world. It can be safely called one of the main Italian “attractions”, impressive tourists on a par with the Colosseum and canals of Venice. The aromas of rosemary and basil, the taste of Mozzarella and Parmesan, will not leave indifferent either gourmets or lovers of healthy food. The fact is that the basis of the Italian national cuisine is dough, a large number of vegetables, cheese, herbs and olive oil, which makes the prepared dishes not only tasty, but also healthy.
The “hallmark” of gastronomic Italy is pasta in all its diversity. Pasta is all pasta products with different fillings, for which a lot of products are used in various combinations. The paste can be either a classic Continue reading
Sunny Sardinia again opened its arms, meeting guests with a glitter of waves and heart-breaking panoramas. Nothing beats grace combined with laid-back relaxation, leaving anxiety and worry far behind. Today, for our beloved researchers of new horizons, we have prepared recommendations that make it easy to sort out our preferences, as well as consolidate the status of “guru” in Sardinian hospitality items …
On a trip to Sardinia, discover the hotels of this fabulous island, undoubtedly subtly and clearly conveying all the riches of the country through itself: unique diverse architecture, traditions of art and painting, as well as legendary cuisine penetrating with an incredible combination of aromas and tastes. Continue reading
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