The Holy Town of Loreto

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10 Reasons Why You Should Visit Le Marche This Summer!

Beautiful post about Le Marche at theculturetrip.com

Please, check it out and please, more about this…

https://theculturetrip.com/europe/italy/articles/10-reasons-visit-le-marche-summer/

Thank You Vy!

PS: …please feel free to add even more good reasons to this list:-)

The Costarella in Numana

Inside the beautiful Rossi Theater

Panoramic view of the Conero’s Riviera

Veggie ‘Carbonara’ pasta
Photo credit: Il Carciofo di Montelupone

OPEN CELLARS: Saturday and Sunday, May 30-31, 2015

Just a reminder about the “OPEN CELLARS 2017” this weekend!
If you have the chance don’t miss this amazing event or…you will regret!:-)
“Cheers!”

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Our friends in New York always ask about our home country: Italy is in the heart of Americans. I always feel very proud when they refer to our country not only as a territory rich in natural beauty, but also with an important heritage in history and culture, lifestyle, shopping and gastronomy.

Tourism has undergone an evolution and transformation in recent decades and travellers are more interested in experiencing the reality and the local traditions of the places they are visiting. Therefore, the food and wine industries have become more so important in order to communicate culture and tradition.

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The popularity of Italian cuisine combined with the success of the wine industry (which has seen a significant growth in foreign exports), has greatly increased the demand for wine routes. The cellars are not only seen as places where wine is produced, but they take on an educational role combining the…

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CANTINE APERTE: Sabato 30 e Domenica 31 Maggio 2015

E anche quest’anno ritorna l’attesissimo appuntamento con CANTINE APERTE! Date un’occhiata e questo weekend non perdetevi questa fantastica occasione!

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I nostri amici di New York ci chiedono sempre informazioni del nostro paese di origine: L’Italia è nel cuore degli americani. Mi sento particolarmente fiera quando si riferiscono al Bel paese come un territorio ricco non solo di bellezze naturali, ma anche di storia e cultura, di lifestyle, shopping e enogastronomia.

Il turismo ha subito una trasformazione negli ultimi decenni e attraverso la vacanza, l’ospite vuole conquistare la realtà del luogo e di chi vi abita. Ecco come, il settore enogastronomico ha assunto valore comunicativo di cultura e di tradizione.

20150508111104_0La popolarità della cucina italiana abbinata al successo della produzione vitivinicola (che ha visto un’impennata nelle esportazioni estere), ha fortemente accresciuto la richiesta di itinerari enoturistici. Le cantine non sono viste soltanto come luoghi dove si produce vino, ma assumono una veste educativa in grado di unire tradizione e territorio.

CFSP_y9WgAAyjlA.jpg-large11249315_10153383999983081_6535154173415175434_oE così, visitare vigneti e produttori, diventa un’esperienza che permette di…

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Ishita and her passion for Italy…her dream about visiting the Marche!

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Dear friends, today we are here with a nice interview with friend and ‘colleague’ Ishita Sood.

In fact, Ishita is the author of the blog “Italophilia” which, as you may guess from its title, is a blog about her greatest passion: Italy! We asked Ishita to tell us more about her love for the “Bel Paese” and how she got inspiration to write a blog about our beautiful country…and much more!

Ishita Sood found in Italy her inspiration to write the blog "Italophilia" Ishita Sood found in Italy her inspiration to write the blog “Italophilia”

Please go on reading our post to find it out…

  • Where are you originally from and when did you start to be interested in visiting Italy?

“Hello, Ciao, Namaste!” It’s great to be here on DiscoverMarche. So I am from Simla, a town in the Himalayas in India. I was always fascinated with the Colloseum as a teenager but never really thought I’d make my way there so soon. Italy…

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