Valle d’Aosta is an exquisitely alpine region where mountain nature mixes with the green and fertile landscapes of the valley, wide and sunny. A winter destination for its numerous ski resorts, the Aosta Valley is also a land of villages and castles
Valle d’Aosta is an exquisitely alpine region where mountain nature mixes with the green and fertile landscapes of the valley, wide and sunny. A winter destination for its numerous ski resorts, the Aosta Valley is also a land of villages and castles. Among the most beautiful villages, there are certainly the Bard Fortress, Fénis, but also Gressoney Saint-Jean, but also Etroubles and Arnad, where the PDO lard is produced, the best in Europe. Therefore, those who go to Valle d’Aosta do not only choose the mountain aspect, but also the historical and cultural aspect, on which the region focuses heavily on tourism.
Napoleon Bonaparte is only the last of the powerful passed from Etroubles that, for its position in the shadow of the crossing of the Gran San Bernardo, has always been a direct witness of ancient and modern history, and place of transit of the Salassi an
The village of Rhemes-Notre-Dame is a perfect choice for those who want to spend their holidays in the Aosta Valley. Nestled within the Gran Paradiso National Park, it is the ideal destination to escape the chaos of the city and enjoy the tranquility of t
Pasta and potatoes in the "Tajedda" is a traditional Calabrian dish and especially from the sila area. A first course with simple and genuine ingredients, easy to prepare and excellent to taste.
By Nadia Calasso
Saturday July 27, the Park of Art of Pampeago, in Val di Fiemme (Trentino), invites you to discover them in the company of the artists and students of the art academies of Warsaw and Venice
Pasticciotto Leccese is one of the typical desserts of Salento, it is also found in the beautiful villages of Galatina, Otranto and Tricase. A specialty to be enjoyed in those places like at home. Here is the original recipe.
By Nadia Calasso