The origin of the Day of the Dead, Dia de Los Muertos in Mexican culture, is lost in the mists of time. The cult of the dead and the ancestors was celebrated by the ancient civilizations, Celts, Romans, Orientals, Ancient peoples.
Umbria, where nature and rural culture are integral parts of everyday life, is a region that perfectly matches the mission of Slow Food, a movement founded in 1989 for the protection and right to slow pleasure.
On October 4th, the entire Catholic church celebrates St. Francis, the patron saint of Italy. Francis "the poor man of Assisi" was a deep ascetic who stripped himself of all material possessions and lived a minimal life.
The best rivers where to go rafting in ItalyIn this article we will try to make an overview of the best rivers where to go rafting in Italy.For those new to this outdoor activity, we recommend reading the articles "Rafting [...]
If you are passionate about outdoor activities and outdoor sports, Umbria is the right place!In this article we will illustrate the best places to go rafting in Umbria.Rafting combines adventure and nature by living them from [...]