Italy's wine-world is maybe as wide and diverse as Italian cuisine itself.
But once you've started, you won't be able to stop discovering.
These are my best places to drink wine in Bologna and to give your trip a sparkling twist.
And you'll never order just the house wine anymore.
If there's a place where you can find me after a food tour, this is a library. An oasis of silence in the desert of noise, to rest and recharge.
Emilia Romagna is full of beautiful and hidden libraries. Here's a list of my favorite ones to put on your travel list.
I'm sure you already know Parma. You met it in the unique taste of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese or in the sweetness of culatello and Parma ham.
But food, and our new Parma food tour that celebrates it, isn't the only masterpiece there.
Here are some reasons why you should put Parma in your travel bucket list.
No, it's not THAT one you're already thinking about.
It's called Ristretto Vicolo Coccapani and let me explain why I've been there 10 times in the last month and I can't get enough.
Somebody said that traveling together is all about the art of compromise. That’s why, sometimes, it’s wonderful not to.
I'm a solo traveller sometimes and I enjoy my total freedom in making plans and turn them upside down.
It's fun to think about your own city as a solo traveler. But I figured out that Bologna can be one of the best cities in the world if you want to spend some quality time with yourself.
Doctors give many rules, which I’m not always happy to follow. But when it comes to breakfast, I totally agree with them: in the morning it’s better to eat well.
Here in Bologna we usually treat ourselves with one or two buttery and creamy croissants and a great cappuccino, naturally. Here are the places where I usually go to start the day with a twist of taste.