Autore: Lo Staff

| 19 October 2016

Our short trip to Bologna was inspired by the desire to eat and learn a little more about the gastronomy of the Emilia Romagna region of Italy. Even though Bologna is not in the same… Read more >>

| 21 September 2016

The history of gelato is much more complex and articulated than one might imagine. It doesn’t start with vendors and artisans selling their product on the street crying out ‘gelato!’. It started much, much earlier… Read more >>

| 05 April 2016

Thinking at the Italian style applied to motorbikes, the first name that popsupin mind is Ducati. The legendary bikes are synonym of design, technology, innovation, and the concepts are all reflected in the Ducati Museum,… Read more >>

| 12 October 2015

Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region is often ignored by visitors, but it is rich in history, natural beauty, artwork and architecture spanning centuries. And it is the home of some of the culinary cornerstones of Italian cooking…. Read more >>

| 28 July 2015

Ferrara… there’s no better place to become fluent in the Italian language and cuisine than in this small, easy-to-navigate, university city in northeast Italy. This is the reason why CIEE has a program to host for… Read more >>

| 22 May 2015

The main city square, a trampoline and a photographer with a passion for the @kitchensuspension: mix it all and you’ll find the magic formula for Fai Un Salto a Bologna (Stop by Bologna), which is going to… Read more >>