Your acquaintance with the Italian ski resorts should undoubtedly begin with the sunny, perfectly equipped smooth slopes of Trentino. Beginners choose this region for gently sloping convenient green and blue slopes, and experienced athletes will appreciate hundreds of kilometers of routes combined into two giant ski regions of Dolomiti Superski and Dolomiti di Brenta. Continue reading
The news that this winter in the Dolomiti Superski region will be built more than 20 snow parks for most, probably, will not be decisive. Even though many of us even guess that ski jumps made of snow are designed to jump from them and know what a freestyle is, but who would have the idea to do something like that without special skills! Continue reading
Residents of Italian Tuscany like to tell foreigners with mock humility that their cuisine is “poor” (cucina povera). However, they also know how to turn simple rural food into a restaurant hit.
Among the dishes traditional for the regional cuisine there are also tomato puree under the sonorous name of Pappa al pomodoro. In principle, nothing complicated, try to repeat in your kitchen. Continue reading