Here is where we share our tips and secrets about Abruzzo, Italy, so you can start traveling even before catching a flight: if you are curious about places and food, traditional recipes, festivals, common sayings in dialect, and much more, you are in the right place. You can also find our travelers stories and get an idea of what you might experience if you decide you come over!

November, 2020
Italy is known to have one of the best extra-virgin olive oils (EVO) in the world and is home to more than 700 types of olive cultivars.  A few
October, 2020
Did you know that Pasta, one of the world’s most favourite and versatile foods, has its own day to celebrate? October 25 is known as World Pasta Day. We have
October, 2020
If travelling for you means visiting some authentic and off-the-beaten tracks, finding an escape from the daily stressful routine, getting in touch with the locals and tasting delicious zero km
September, 2020
Summer is almost over and our thoughts turn immediately to what the next season has to offer. Autumn is a great period to explore Abruzzo, Italy and grape harvest (vendemmia,
August, 2020
Have you ever heard of Italy’s Sulmona? It’s one of the prettiest towns in Abruzzo located at the foot of the Majella (only 2 hours from Rome), surrounded by mountains,
July, 2020
A solo due ore di distanza da Roma, tra gli Appennini e il mare Adriatico, l’Abruzzo – conosciuto come la regione più verde d’Europa – è una destinazione ideale
June, 2020
The Trabocchi coast is one of the best places to see in Abruzzo, Italy. It is a 54-kilometer (33 miles) coast that stretches from Ortona to Vasto area, in
May, 2020
Located in the ‘heel’ of southern Italy, the Puglia region is known for its historic towns, Unesco sites, countryside masserie, diverse landscapes, excellent food, old traditions, and an 800 km