Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) announced Tuesday that Italian airline Alitalia will begin five weekly nonstop flights to Rome Fiumicino International Airport (FCO) on May 2, 2019, providing a new option when traveling between the U.S. Capital Region and Europe. “As the international gateway to the Washington, D.C., region, Dulles Int...

Finally Washingtonian jazz enthusiasts will get a chance to experience a live performance by two of the most interesting talents of Italian music: Giovanni Guidi (piano) and Gianluca Petrella (trombone), presenting the album “Soupstar”, a name that reflects the improvisational alchemy between their instruments. The concert will allow us to discover...

Una campagna promozionale per far conoscere ai turisti americani i piccoli centri storici italiani, quei 279 borghi che raccontano la bellezza dell'Italia, dove godere i panorami, i monumenti, la storia ma anche il piacere della tavola. A lanciarla, in collaborazione con il Washington Post e l'Enit, è l'Ambasciata d'Italia a Washington.  L'obiettiv...

In the framework of the Third week of Italian Cuisine in the World, the Embassy of Italy in Washington together with the Trade Agency in New York, organized a meeting on imports of Italian food and wine products to the US market. The event included officials from the Italian Ministry of Health, the European Union delegation in Washington and from t...

NOTICE to all residents within the consular jurisdiction of the Italian Embassy in Washington: as of November 12, 2018, users will be able to book citizenship application appointments online. The online booking system is accessible from the Embassy website citizenship page. For further information on Italian citizenship and on the different ways to...

The Italian Embassy's Italian Cultural Institute is hosting a night dedicated to pizzica on Thursday, November 15th at 6:00pm!  Pizzica is the name of a traditional dance from the Salento region that originated from an Italian legend. The story warned against venomous tarantula bites, claiming that the only way to shake spider poison out of your bo...

The 3rd Edition of the Week of Italian Cuisine in the World will start in Washington DC and the USA on Monday November 12 with a vast selection of events suitable to "all palates". The Week , that has now reached its third edition, has established itself as an important event for the promotion of Italy abroad. This year, the “Week” is dedicated to...

Si terranno oggi, presso l'Ambasciata d'Italia a Washington, degli incontri per rafforzare le iniziative atte a promuovere l’Italia in un territorio quale quello statunitense di primario interesse, numeri alla mano, anche per il sistema Study Abroad Italiano.  A darne notizia è Eduitalia, riportando i dati sulla lingua italiana negli Stati Uniti do...

As a conclusion to the Third Week of Italian Cuisine in the World, celebrating this year the Italian region of Puglia, the Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute in Washington DC present Apulian jazz pianist Kekko Fornarelli, performing his show Monologue for the first time in the United States. Monologue is an intimate dialogue betwee...

As the legend goes, there was only one way to survive the bite of a tarantula and the workers in the fields of Apulia discovered it. When the spider bit you and the venom started to move within your body, you had to move with it and the only way to flush out the poison was to dance. And it was from this story that the traditional dance of the Salen...