Christmas in Tuscany: Best Christmas Markets

Tuscany is famous for its art, history and fantastic architecture. Tuscan wine tastings and visiting Michelangelo’s David are what jumps to mind when you think of visiting Tuscany. These famous sites and exhibitions are absolutely worth a visit,... Read More

  • Vermuterias in Barcelona: Where to try sweet & dry

    Barcelona is a city in which the different districts offer you a completely different experience. For this reason, I will break down Vermuterias in Barcelona into the different neighborhoods so you can choose the perfect place(s) for you. I will also let you in on a great place in a town nearby that you absolutely have to visit!Picture the... Read More

  • Top 21 Traditional Spanish Tapas

    The Spanish Tapas culture has made its way across the world. It has adapted and evolved to wherever it arrived and as a result, the origins have been lost in translation or rather lost in transport. So, you may be... Read More

  • Unraveling Italian Culture: What is Aperitivo?

    In this corner of the Mediterranean, aperitivo is a word you will hear a lot. And, If you want to blend in with the Italians, you’ll need to know what it means. So, what is aperitivo? Let’s find out.What is... Read More

  • The 11 Florence Food Festivals to visit in Autumn!

    Don’t let the change in seasons as we roll out of summer and into autumn bring you down. In Tuscany, as the leaves change color, some of the country’s best Italian food festivals take place. From September to November you can hop through the Tuscany countryside stopping off in its many beautiful towns for truffle fairs, wine and chestnut festivals and much, much more. Here’s our complete list of Florence food festivals to help guide the way.      1. Sagra della Pesca ReginaLocation: Londa, TuscanyWhen: Second Sunday of... Read More

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