Friuli Venezia-Giulia enjoys a variegated landscape, which develops from the Alps to the Adriatic coast, up to the land bordering Croatia. The easternmost region of Italy, in fact, still presents the influences received over the centuries from the mingling with the neighboring Balkan populations but preserves the Italian medieval authenticity in the ancient villages such as Venzone or Cordovado. Furthermore, Friulian food and wine is among the most appreciated in Italy. In particular the wines are a trademark of this land with very rooted local traditions.
We take you to the beautiful medieval village in the province of Parma to discover the majestic Sanvitale Fortress, surrounded by a navigable moat, and culinary delicacies from all over Italy and the world: a real gastronomic siege!
By Joni Scarpolini
The inhabitants of the ancient Calabrian village are devoted to San Teodoro di Amasea, who defeated the terrible monster in 1528: they dedicated a day of the year to their leader to celebrate his exploit