A delicious appetiser, a wonderful mid-morning snack, a tasty aperitif before dinner: this is Focaccia Barese, the queen of Bari's street food, in the southern region of Puglia. The focaccia is never missing from the table. At any time of day, in any part of the city, you will always find someone eating a steaming, fragrant, soft and at the same ti...

Let us transport you to the gorgeous region of Puglia through this olive oil tasting! When: Tue, February 1, 2022 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM CST - Where: ICCC Houston, 1101 Milford St, Houston, TX 77006 We will discover a nearly unknown land, Puglia, through one of its most precious fruits: extra virgin olive oil. This will be an opportunity to learn...

Christmas is around the corner and as tradition has it in every city different nativity scenes are set up every year, both classic and unique, as well as the living ones thanks to which the Christmas atmosphere is recreated allowing for a deep dive into the past. Let us see what are the 5 nativity scenes absolutely worth seeing in Italy! Before dis...

The climate of Italy is highly diverse, given the length of the peninsula and its mostly mountainous interior. However, conditions on the coast are different from those in the interior, especially during the winter months: while places at higher altitudes tend to be cold, wet, and often snowy, the coastal regions have mild winters, in particular th...

Food fusions can be risky, but burgonza, a burrata filled with gorgonzola, couples these two lactic pillars of the north and the south harmoniously enough to make the hearts of all cheese lovers sing. Created by the Caseificio Viscanti di Altamura in Puglia's province of Bari, burgonza was born more or less by chance – the owners had an idea and th...

The scene could not be much more Italian: a Vespa, laundry on the line, and women in the street making pasta. To know which part of Italy, though, just look at the shape they're making – that is, if you can see it. Nunzia Caputo's hands move so quickly that we've slowed-down the video to see her forming orecchiette, which means "little ears." It's...

Is there any country on earth that wears its history as lightly as Italy? Roman ruins sit cheek by jowl with Renaissance palazzos, while modern skycrapers cast their long shadows over neoclassical cathedrals. But there are many more reasons why this is the fifth most visited country in the world – the rolling landscapes of Tuscany, the sandy beache...

Calabria, Campania, Puglia, Sicily, Greece, Egypt, Israel and Turkey are the underwater archaeological sites of European cultural itinerary "Mediterranean Underwater Cultural Heritage" to be presented on November 26 during the Mediterranean conference on underwater archaeological tourism at the Mediterranean Bourse of Archaeological Tourism in Paes...

The Gargano is a beautiful area in the north of Apulia, generally remembered for its awesome sea and beaches, but inland, not even 20 km from the coast, there is a protected green area that is a real treasure to discover. The vegetation is so lush and dense that the whole forest probably takes its name from it. According to some, in fact, Umbra For...

Taranto in Puglia has launched a one-euro-a-house regeneration scheme for its historic centre, similar to others that have brought an influx of foreign buyers into towns and villages across the Italian south. Taranto council says it has already been inundated by offers from countries including the USA and Brazil. The council said "we are aiming to...