Italy : 15 reports
Report Michelin is delighted to unveil the new selection in the MICHELIN guide Italy 2018, which has a total of 356 starred restaurants.
Report Petrified waterfalls, swimming pools and spas… Tuscany is riddled with natural hot springs whose healing properties have been known since Antiquity. We have selected four destinations worthy of a detour in the province of Sienna.
Récit de voyageur It’s a bit of a “chicken and egg” situation. Without the lagoon, Venice would not be Venice but without Venice, the lagoon would not be a lagoon. 550 km² of water – in other words one of the biggest lagoons in the world: Venice is beautiful because it reigns supreme in the midst of a liq...
Report Built to the glory of Mussolini for a universal exhibition that never took place, the EUR neighbourhood of Rome provides a unique testimony to the extravagance of Italy’s Fascist past.
Report The town of Verdi and Toscanini is to be savoured in small doses, like an operatic aria, or rather like a glass of nicely chilled Lambrusco served on the terrace of a trattoria... Parma, with all due respect to Milan which would gladly pinch its title, remains THE gastronomic capital of Italy.
Report The MICHELIN Guide has chosen Parma, a UNESCO Creative City for Gastronomy, for the launch of the new MICHELIN Guide to Italy 2017. Parmigiano Reggiano, Parma ham, balsamic vinegar, cappelletti and anolini… Verdi's city is without a doubt one of the greatest gourmet destinations in the world...
Report Do you know what the Rolls Royce of Italian ham is? With scarcely 15,000 hams produced by approximately fifteen producers per year it has to be the Culatello di Zibello. The variety made by the Spigaroli brothers, whose ancestors were the suppliers of Giuseppe Verdi, is worth making an excursion in order to sample it.
Report In Cittanova near Modena, Lino Balzarini makes some of the most exceptional Parmesan cheese in Emilia-Romagna. As an intellectual with a passion for history Balzarini didn’t fall head over heels into a vat of milk when he was young. It was much later on that his love affair and subsequent li...
Report Just like Enzo Ferrari and Luciano Pavarotti, Giovanni Leonardi has now become one of the town of Modena’s most celebrated men. His artisanal balsamic vinegars of 4 to 150 years old are some of Italian Gastronomy’s finest jewels.
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