1. lalau-ragu:

    How Italians destroy beaches

  2. Sophia Loren

    (Fonte: life, via vintageitalia)

  3. Linguine Pomodore Ruccola

  4. Street Food in Italy: PESCE FRITTO AL CONO

    Gelato’s not the only dish you can eat from a cone; you can also get fresh, fried seafood served in a paper cone in the streets of many Italian port towns. And this is fresh: the seafood comes right off the fishing boats that arrive at the port each morning, and gets tossed in a basic flour batter and then deep-fried in front of you. Depending on the catch of the day, you can get a cone full of small fish or a mixture of shrimp and squid. Drizzle a bit of lemon on top and eat it with your hands or the “spear” provided as you wander the streets.

    (Fonte: cntraveler.com)

  6. Sardinia

    (Fonte: amediterraneandestiny)

  8. Italy before the Roman conquest

    (Fonte: thelandofmaps)

  10. Ciliegine


  12. "The Vatican is a dagger in the heart of Italy."
    — Thomas Paine (1736-1809), English political activist, philosopher, political theorist, and revolutionary
  14. Prato allo Stelvio aka Prad am Stilfser Joch is a comune in South Tyrol, Northern Italy, located 60 km west of Bolzano/Bozen on the border with Switzerland, and near the Stelvio Pass.¬†According to the 2011 census, 97.21% of the population speak German, 2.73% Italian, and 0.06% Ladin as first language

  15. Rivoli, Piedmont

    (via allthingseurope)