The Village of Castelvetro in the Land of Lambrusco By Francesca Cuoghi Italy, a country well-known for its beauty, hides..
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Part 7 – Pescara and Chieti The Seaside Resort of Pescara The traveler’s made their way up the coast of..
Part 6 – Abruzzo and the Towns of Vasto and Loreto Aprutino The tour group departed Barletta in the region..
This week the Publisher’s Tour visits the lovely, historic Island of Malta. Lying 70 miles to the south of Sicily,..
Each year The Italian Tribune brings the Publisher’s Tour to our readers. Buddy and Marion Fortunato have made many visits..
The History of the Italian Automobile – Part 47 By David Cavaliere Just the other day, my son Andrew (who..
The food of Friuli-Venezia Giulia is made up of a variety of flavors which actually unite the cultures present in..
Italy’s “Osteria Francescana” was recently crowned as the world’s best restaurant of 2016 at an awards ceremony in New York…
The Italian government is considering adding classes on Italian wine into the national school curriculum. Children between the ages of..
Wine is linked to the history and culture of Veneto, so much so that in medieval times the wines were famous far..