NEWS FROM : ITALY  

365 ristoranti di circa 40 paesi nel mondo, selezionati tenendo conto del rispetto della nostra identità gastronomica, a partire dalla materia prima. Olio extravergine di oliva, pasta, formaggi e salumi tipici prima di ogni cosa. Sono loro i protagonisti dell'app "Ristoranti italiani nel mondo" lanciata oggi a Roma da Gambero Rosso, che l'ha realiz...

La Facoltà di Economia "Giorgio Fuà" dell'Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, ha una consolidata Laurea Magistrale in "International Economics and Commerce". La Laurea Magistrale è stata creata alcuni anni fa per formare giovani manager che potessero guidare il processo di internazionalizzazione delle piccole e medie imprese dei distr...

The waiter delivers our bottle of chilled Grillo with aplomb. We sip slowly, gazing at the caramel- and vanilla-colored canyons of an abandoned-quarry-turned-upscale-hotel. And then he reappears, serving caprese salad, bruschetta with various olive tapenades and warmed spicy chips.   "No, no," we say, "We didn't order these." "Madam," h...

Rabbit beach, a beach on the island of Lampedusa off the south coast of Sicily, has been named the third best beach in the world based on millions of reviews and opinions by travellers compiled by TripAdvisor.   TripAdvisor described Rabbit beach as an unspoiled nature reserve and "piece of heaven" for it's golden sand and crystal clear wate...

Dalla cripta della Basilica Cattedrale di Sant'Agapito Martire di Palestrina riemerge una pagina di storia. Nel corso degli scavi condotti fra settembre e novembre 2014 da Andrea Fiasco - archeologo del Museo Diocesano Prenestino - sotto la direzione scientifica di Sandra Gatti della Soprintendenza Archeologia del Lazio e dell'Etruria Meridionale,...

The beautiful gardens of Villa Medici, which is home to the French Academy and located in Rome, as well as the English-style gardens of Ninfa near Latina are the top winners of the 2015 edition of the competition called 'The most beautiful park in Italy'.   Among others, Villa Toeplitz in Varese, which is the former country residence of a Ge...

As part of our move into the travel guide direction, we will begin with a literary/ memoir style guide to driving in Italy. Pitstops, Pitfalls and Olive Pits is a literary license to enjoy driving escapades throughout scenic Italy. John Tabellione takes you up and down the boot sharing his experiences and providing great tips at the end of each cha...

A journey around Sicily and among Sicilians. The attachment to the Italian heritage and the passion to tell stories and help understand culture from a new, extraordinary perspective.   Director Luca Vullo, from Caltanissetta, has put his abilities, knowledge, and interests together and is now one of the most interesting young professionals a...

Emilia-Romagna's proud gastronomic traditions have been depicted in artwork and lauded in written accounts dating back to the Middle Ages, and visitors from around the globe continue to pour in for a taste of the action. A week spent prowling the cities of Bologna, Parma, Modena and Ferrara – set amidst the bountiful farmlands between the Apennine...

by Alexandra Turney   Rome is full of secrets. Explore the crypt of a church or peer through a keyhole, and you might be surprised by what you find. Go off the beaten path to discover the lesser-known treasures of the Eternal City.   1. The turtle fountain La Fontana delle Tartarughe, one of Rome's quirkiest fountains, is tucked...

Enel SpA, Italy's largest utility, plans to invest about 2.5 billion euros ($2.8 billion) to build a fiber-optic broadband network across the country in a move that could pit it against Telecom Italia SpA. Enel aims to cover 224 cities in phases with the broadband service, selling wholesale capacity on the network to telecommunications carriers, a...

Spanning six centuries of religious and legal teachings touching on astronomy, medicine, ethics, philosophy and more, the Babylonian Talmud is so complex, it has rarely been translated.   But on Tuesday, after five years of labor by dozens of scholars, linguists, philologists and editors — as well as a crew of computer scientists and researc...