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  • Christmas in Naples

    Hi everyone. Today is 25th December and I really want to tell you about some of the festive traditions in my country. So I'll be telling you how Italians, specifically Neapolitans, celebrate Christmas. In Italy, especially in Naples people respect ancient traditions,...

    0 by Amy, 5 months ago
  • Aperilingua: A little apéritif to help you learn languages

    We in Italy love apéritifs! Apéritifs are a great way to get chatting with others while having a bite to eat and a nice drink. They offer a moment of real community that all of us in Italy love. We're always looking forward to meeting up with our friends on the...

    0 by Anthony, 5 months ago
  • Advices to serve cheese and prosciutto from Italian masters

    Wooden plates. It’s recommended to serve delicacies on the wood, because this material saves the optimal level of humidity and gives additional aroma to snacks. Ambient temperature.It’s better to take out the cheese from the fridge before to serve it. Bread basket....

    0 by Taya, 11 months ago
  • Neapolitan creatures, great and small

    Basically, nothing so surprising: you go down the street, dust and traffic jams are everywhere, noisy people…and suddenly you see the bid red-headed duck walking near you. To my opinion, this one on photo is quite smart: instead of staying in the park or swimming in...

    0 by Taya, 11 months ago
  • Sea products of Naples

    Wide open spaces of Naples are situated on the sea coast, that’s why the fish crop is always rich and multivarious here. The city is full of restaurants and trattorias famous for its mastery to prepare fish dishes and delicacies. Main rule of every place is how fresh...

    0 by Taya, 11 months ago
  • The blood of San Gennaro

    Neapolitans are very religious, and there is a reason for that. There are so many legends, myths and supernatural happenings which surround this city! On this photo you can see rather troubled zone of Neapolitan historical center which is called Forcella. It starts its...

    0 by Taya, 11 months ago
  • Napoli Pizza Village

    Have you ever walked along Lungomare Caracciolo? Or did you try Neapolitan pizza? Now imagine that it’s possible to combine these two activities! Thanks to Pizzamaker’s Organization, every year, usually at the beginning of the summer more than 50 Neapolitan...

    0 by Taya, 11 months ago
  • Must-visit museums in Naples

    Why to love every first Sunday of the month? Because the doors of all the best Italian museums are opened! Napoli and suburbs in not an exception! Just in case of you have already visited some museums here, I could tell you a small lifehack: often museums open temporary...

    0 by Taya, one year ago
  • Neapolitan sweats

    Famous expression “See Naples and die” ironically often continues by native people as “die from diabetes”. In fact, Naples can make boast about its wealth of sweets, widespread and so high-valuated all-around Italy. It’s almost impossible to pass by:...

    0 by Taya, one year ago
  • Fear and Loathing in Naples!

    Someone prefers gastronomic tourism, others sport and active, and what about criminal one? For extreme lovers bring to your notice the most flagitious zone of Naples called Scampia. I was lucky to visit it just once, because local Neapolitan people didn’t want to...

    0 by Taya, one year ago
  • Delicious Caffè Del Nonno

    When coming to Italy, I suggest you to order Caffè Del Nonnoin any bar, at least once. In the translation from Italian it means “Grannie’s coffee”. By the way, it’s possible to find it only during the summertime, because it has to be drunk in cooled condition...

    0 by Taya, one year ago
  • Summer in Campania: how Italians spend their time?

    It’s easy to guess, that Italians don’t need to make that much efforts to pass their summer holidays on the seaside. A lot of lucky beggars have summer houses on beautiful coasts and islands. The most visited island in Campania is Ischia, other popular ones are...

    0 by Taya, one year ago
  • Best wines of Campania region

    Italians usually drink wine by small portions and choose it not only according taste preferences, but also depending on seasons: red wine on winter season because it warms and heats the blood, and white wine during summertime which is the best choice in sultry weather....

    0 by Taya, one year ago
  • Neapolitan traditions: Fugenti

    They run, shut, cry, pray, maledict, fall down on the knees and move step by step to altar. They are called “Fugenti”, kind of pilgrims, which have their own sanctuary Madonna Del Arco in small town Sant’ Anastasia.Their demonstrations is possible to see on...

    0 by Taya, one year ago
  • Education in Naples

    Studying in Naples I remember with a great pleasure: just go up the stairs during the break and the best see view delights the eye; move down the university building and the best cultural assets make you feel happy. For example, the beauty you see on this picture is the...

    0 by Taya, one year ago
  • Yogurterias of Naples

    Is there any alternative for an ice-cream in a hot summer day? No doubts! Italian gelato is a wonderful choice, but if you would like something more creative, you are welcome to the best yogurterias of Naples! I would like to say that it’s a dietetic change of an...

    0 by Taya, one year ago
  • Particularities of Neapolitan language

    Lot’s of things which happen in the South of Italy are perceived in the Nord with angry critic. One of the main particularities in the south of Italy is the wealth of dialects with north habitants judge as vulgar, hissy and harmful for original Italian language. The...

    0 by Taya, one year ago
  • Naples, the city full of history

    It doesn’t matter where you turn your head in this city, because every stone, every angle and every step can tell a whole story. Neapolitan history began more than 2800 years ago and starts from 8th century B.C.E., when the Greek colony Cumae founded a city called...

    0 by Taya, one year ago
  • Neapolitan recipe: Gnocchi

    Besides trying dozens different types of pasta, there is one more typical delicious dish called gnocchi alla sorrentina. Here is a recipe to make it on your own! Ingredients: 250 grams of mozzarella 300 grams of flour 1 kg of potatoes 1 egg Salt (optionally) 100 grams...

    0 by Taya, one year ago
  • Italy, the country of wine

    During my Erasmus I was so happy to stay in country famous for the best wine in the world. I learned the main rules how to drink wine and to combine it with different dishes.Ready to share this knowledge with you. I think everyone knows that red wine is better to...

    0 by Taya, one year ago

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