Touring Club of Italy For over 100 years, the Touring Club of Italy, Italy's largest and most authoritative guidebook and map publisher, has offered the . Now, the Dolce Vita series provides travelers with a taste of the Italian lifestyle.
Now, the Dolce Vita series provides travelers with a taste of the Italian lifestyle.
The Italian Truffle Guide takes the reader on a journey from Piedmont's Langhe hills, following the Apennines down to Central Italy. It is a voyage to discover and learn about the 23 truffle towns of Italy and the beautiful countryside around them
The Italian Truffle Guide takes the reader on a journey from Piedmont's Langhe hills, following the Apennines down to Central Italy. It is a voyage to discover and learn about the 23 truffle towns of Italy and the beautiful countryside around them.
Published in association with the Italian Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Handicraft - Department of Tourism.
The Touring Club Italiano (TCI) (in English, Touring Club of Italy) is the major Italian national tourist organization. The Touring Club Ciclistico Italiano (TCCI) was founded on November 8, 1894 by a group of bicyclists to promote the values of cycling and travel; its founding president was Luigi Vittorio Bertarelli. It published its first maps in 1897. By 1899, it had 16,000 members
In Italy, the prized black and white winter truffles are found in Umbria, Piedmont, Emilia Romagna, Tuscany .
In Italy, the prized black and white winter truffles are found in Umbria, Piedmont, Emilia Romagna, Tuscany, Lazio, Abruzzo and Molise. What is the shape and colour of truffles? Truffles may vary in colour and shape. One of the most rare kind of truffle is actually the Tuber magnatum, the Italian white or Piedmont truffle, also known as "White Diamond", famous for its strong flavour which often hits the headlines when sold at the international auction for incredible prices. Here's a look at the different varieties of truffles, from the least to the most prestigious: Tartufo di Bagnoli - Tuber Mesentericum. Unappetising and little appreciated, it has a strong unpleasant smell.
Your guide to devouring Italy’s diverse cuisine. Northeast Italy is an alluring location in which to start your foodie tour of Italy. Italian food is a global favourite, with pizzerias and trattorias populating cities around the world. But on a foodie tour of Italy, you can enjoy much more than just the nation’s mouthwatering pizza and pasta dishes. Not only is it home to some of the country’s star foodie attractions - including the much-hyped Emilia Romagna region - but Venice is its crowning jewel. The Italian islands of Sicily and Sardinia both have their own distinct personalities, from which different gastronomical delights have sprung.
Touring Club Italiano, Milan, Italy. Nella sede del Touring Club Italiano va in scena oggi un incontro d'eccellenza per discutere sul tema del rapporto tra la tutela del patrimonio culturale e la sua valorizzazione. Introduce Franco Iseppi, Presidente del Touring Club Italiano.
Touring Club of Italy. August 2002, Touring Club of Italy. Paperback in English. The Italian Truffle Guide The Ultimate Guide to Italy's Greatest Culi.
With a great book on Italy, you can experience the country’s sights, sounds food and .
With a great book on Italy, you can experience the country’s sights, sounds food and culture of Ital. ight from your own home! Whether you’re planning a first trip or dreaming of going back, these books set in Italy will have you longing for a taste of la dolce vita. Here are our top 10-from suspense to travel memoir–that take place around the country. La Bella Figura: A Field Guide to the Italian Mind: Beppe Severgnini is an Italian journalist who travels often and is fascinated by the differences between his home country and the rest of the world. Learn about everyday Italian life and traditions in this humorous and interesting guide on Italian culture and how the other half lives!
Home Blog Italy Insiders Guide to Truffles in Italy
Home Blog Italy Insiders Guide to Truffles in Italy. Insiders Guide to Truffles in Italy. Although truffles are in such high demand and so appreciated, they are still shrouded in mystery for many and so we decided to chat with some of the professional truffle hunters and producers we work within different regions of Italy, to ask them the numerous questions we get regularly asked by our tartufi loving guests. We spoke to Natale and Giorgio Romagnolo in Piedmont, Cristiano Savini in Tuscany and Saverio and Gabriella Bianconi in Umbria.