Festivals and Events

Of Bells and Believers in Agnone, Molise

Agnone, a small town in Italy's central Molise region, is known for its medieval bell foundry and traditional religious processions.

4 months ago

Extra Palio in Siena Will Commemorate 100th Anniversary of the End of WWI

An Extra Palio - Palio Straordinario - will be run in Siena on 20 October 2018.

10 months ago

Porcini Mushrooms: How Italians Ease Into Autumn

Some time between beach season and boot season, porcini mushrooms begin to arrive in the market, at road stands, and…

10 months ago

La Festa Delle Donne – International Women’s Day in Italy

Italy celebrates International Women's Day - La Festa delle Donne - with mimosas and a free museum day.

1 year ago

Natale di Roma: Rome Celebrates Its Birthday

The city of Rome was born on April 21, 753 BC.

4 years ago

Cortili Aperti: Italy’s Annual Open Courtyards Event

For more than 20 years, ADSI (Associazione Dimore Storiche Italiane), aka the Historic Home Association of Italy, has been working…

8 years ago

World’s Biggest Christmas Tree

Rockefeller Center has nothing on this tree. The largest Christmas tree in the world is, in fact, in Gubbio, Umbria.…

10 years ago

Eating Your Way Through Le Marche

Ladies and Gentlemen - start your appetites! Chowhound.com has begun a year-long series titled "Eating Your Way Through Le Marche,"…

11 years ago

Coloring the Skies

This weekend, the incredibly picturesque town of Castiglione del Lago, located on the banks of Lake Trasimeno in Umbria, will…

12 years ago

Regata delle Befana, Venice

Venice commemorates the last day of the Christmas season - Epiphany - with the Regata delle Befana, a boat race…

13 years ago

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