Instantly Italy: how's life in Italy?

A series of post about life in Italy, chatting about Italian lifestyle, Italian traditions and other random stuff.
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Can you feel the crisp in the air? A new season is arriving and, if you are studying Italian, you need some vocabulary to talk or write about it. In today's post, you'll find a list of the most common words related to autumn and a downloadable file for you to keep.

[Italian Vocabulary] Do you feel the new season coming? Here's your list of Italian words and phrases for autumn!

Can you feel the crisp in the air? A new season is arriving and, if you are studying Italian, you need some vocabulary to talk or write about it. In today's post, you'll find a list of the most common words related to autumn and a downloadable file for you to keep.

A private food tour is an amazing way to discover all the culinary secrets of a certain place. In this blog post, I tell you about the tour I did with Enrica Monzani, who took us around the streets and foods of Genoa.

A private food tour in Genoa: a perfect way to discover the culinary gems of the city

A private food tour is an amazing way to discover all the culinary secrets of a certain place. In this blog post, I tell you about the tour I did with Enrica Monzani, who took us around the streets and foods of Genoa.

In this post, Jasmine C. Mah, a lovely Canadian lady who is now living in Bergamo, Italy, tells us about her experience with Italy and getting used to the Italian way of life.

Expats in Italy: Interviewing Jasmine C. Mah

In this post, Jasmine C. Mah, a lovely Canadian lady who is now living in Bergamo, Italy, tells us about her experience with Italy and getting used to the Italian way of life.

In his last book, Italian ways, Tim Parks describes Italy as he has come to know it from a different point of view: that of someone who has been traveling by train in the country for 20 years.

Trying to understand Italy while traveling by train: Tim Parks' Italian Ways

In his last book, Italian ways, Tim Parks describes Italy as he has come to know it from a different point of view: that of someone who has been traveling by train in the country for 20 years.

Here's another Italian vocabulary series post! This one is focused on summer and all the most useful words and phrases you may need when speaking of summer in Italian.

[Italian Vocabulary] È arrivata l'estate! The most useful Italian words and phrases related to summer

Here's another Italian vocabulary series post! This one is focused on summer and all the most useful words and phrases you may need when speaking of summer in Italian.

It's always really nice to speak with expats living in Italy and today I have the chance of chatting with Kamila Kowalska, who moved to Rome 15 years ago and is still madly in love with the city (and with Italy as a whole). Check the interview on the blog!

Expats in Italy: Chatting with Kamila Kowalska

It's always really nice to speak with expats living in Italy and today I have the chance of chatting with Kamila Kowalska, who moved to Rome 15 years ago and is still madly in love with the city (and with Italy as a whole). Check the interview on the blog!

The concept of hygge has been really popular, lately.   If you have never heard about it though, let me explain you a little bit. Hygge  – according to the Cambridge dictionary – is “a Danish word for a quality of cosiness (= feeling warm, comfortable, and safe) that comes from doing simple things such as lighting candles, baking, or spending time at home with your family”.   Last winter, the concept became hugely popular because of two books: The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to…

Hygge vs. La bella vita: How The Italian Lifestyle Can Help You Enjoy Life At Its Best

The concept of hygge has been really popular, lately. If you have never heard about it though, let me explain you a little bit. Hygge – according to the Cambridge dictionary – is “a Danish word for a quality of cosiness (= feeling warm, comfortable, and safe) that comes from doing simple things such as lighting candles, baking, or spending time at home with your family”. Last winter, the concept became hugely popular because of two books: The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to…

The month of April has been full of relaxing days off, but saw some issues as well. I'm writing about all of this and more in this post, which is about all the things that happened in Italy in the month of April.

[Life in Italy #11] April 2017

The month of April has been full of relaxing days off, but saw some issues as well. I'm writing about all of this and more in this post, which is about all the things that happened in Italy in the month of April.

In this post, you will find all the most useful phrases to be used at Easter in Italy. If you are learning Italian, you'll find a lot of words to improve your vocabulary, learning about Italian traditions at the same time. Plus, there's a downloadable pdf for you inside!

[Italian Vocabulary] All the Italian words and phrases related to Easter

In this post, you will find all the most useful phrases to be used at Easter in Italy. If you are learning Italian, you'll find a lot of words to improve your vocabulary, learning about Italian traditions at the same time. Plus, there's a downloadable pdf for you inside!

The month of March has been filled with a lot of nice and interesting events, here in Italy. If you want to discover more, check this blog post. You'll read about a volcano, some history, a nice book and a lovely song. Who could ask for more?

[Life in Italy - Episode #10] March 2017

The month of March has been filled with a lot of nice and interesting events, here in Italy. If you want to discover more, check this blog post. You'll read about a volcano, some history, a nice book and a lovely song. Who could ask for more?

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