“Can you drink tap water in Italy?” is a question that students coming to visit us ask quite frequently. The answer is of course yes: tap water in Italy is always good to drink unless it is explicitly communicated.
Are you a student of Italian language? Are you planning to start a course of Italian? Are you just passionate with languages? Here for you are 5 interesting facts about Italian language that you might not know!
Questo mese ripassiamo il vocabolario della cucina!
Learn with Massimo how to prepare this iconic Tuscan recipe!
Over the time the term “pasta” has acquired many meanings that may also not have anything to do with food, let’s discover the most important ones
The President Dr. Luca Bonomi celebrates with us the birthday of Giuseppe Verdi suggesting four steps to approach the works of the Maestro and lyric opera in general.
Hisham Matar’s A month in Siena is not a travel book, not an art essay, nor a biography. The 2017 Pulitzer prize winner’s latest work is a journey taking place at once in the narrow alleys of Siena, in the contemplation of frescoes and paintings from the XIII – XV centuries, and in the bitter-sweet recollection of past moments and thoughts.
Questo mese ripassiamo le preposizioni italiane!
The history of wine in Tuscany dates back to the Etruscan times around the VII century B.C., when they learned the process for wine making from the Greeks who had colonized southern Italy.
The 2020 Coronavirus pandemic is still an ongoing situation all over the world and also in Italy there still are some cases. The global situation is far from being settled, however it appears to be increasingly under control as the awareness of citizens about the problem rises, making the way to good practices and behaviors that allow to contain possible outbreaks.