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A case of history and ancient traditions: Gubbio and its
  • 12/11/2020
  • Miriam
  • To see: town & cities

A case of history and ancient traditions: Gubbio and its "madmen"

To see the Ceri you have to reach the Basilica of Sant'Ubaldo on the top of Mount Ingino, on foot or more comfortably by cable car.
To understand what the Ceri represent you have to discover the ancient city at the foot of Mount Ingino: Gubbio.

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Journey in the kitchen: exploring the Via di Mezzo
  • 30/03/2020
  • Miriam
  • Food & wine

Journey in the kitchen: exploring the Via di Mezzo

In Montefalco, land of excellence, of famous wineries that produce one of the best wines in Italy, of ancient oil mills that produce the EVO DOP Oil of Umbria, there is the famous restaurant "Alla Via di Mezzo" by the legendary Giorgione.

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Torta al testo: a delight for the palate
  • 17/03/2020
  • Miriam
  • Food & wine

Torta al testo: a delight for the palate

The simple country ingredients, skilfully elaborated by the women of the past, have given rise to traditional dishes that still delight the palate today.
Among the typical regional dishes of Umbria there is the inevitable "torta al testo".

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Finally carnival: Mardi Gras!
  • 22/02/2020
  • Miriam
  • Events & exhibition

Finally carnival: Mardi Gras!

The funniest party of the year animated by streamers, confetti, sweets and especially masks!

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Christmas Menu in Umbria
  • 14/12/2019
  • Miriam
  • Food & wine

Christmas Menu in Umbria

Umbria is a region rich in flavours and ancient gastronomic traditions linked to the land, to the rural world and to simple flavours. The result of an Umbrian menu is extraordinarily delicious!

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Christmas traditions: exchanging gifts!
  • 14/12/2019
  • Miriam
  • Events & exhibition

Christmas traditions: exchanging gifts!

The Christmas tree, holly, Christmas stump, star, decorations, postcards, mistletoe, typical foods and the exchange of gifts.
This last Nordic tradition seems to date back to the festivities of the Yul, the winter solstice.

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