A Tradtional ArrosticiniA

The origin of Arrosticini is rooted in the pastoral traditions of the Abruzzo region in Italy, particularly among the shepherds who inhabited the mountainous areas. The dish’s history is quite interesting: (below the recipe) It may seem quite a simple dish and it is, the flavour comes from the quality of the lamb and from … Read more

a glass of wine, wine tasting in Abruzzo Italy

Things to do in abruzzo

Abruzzo is a beautiful and underrated region of Italy, with plenty of things to see and do. Here are some of the top attractions and activities in Abruzzo: Gran Sasso National Park: L’Aquila: The Peligna Valley

hotels next to a lake in Abruzzo

Hotels of Abruzzo

Here are some top hotels to stay at in Abruzzo, ranging from budget-friendly options to more luxurious and expensive accommodations:

food of abruzzo

The foods of Abruzzo are relatively unknown to the rest of the world but no less intriguing than some of Italy’s best-known ingredients. Located in central Italy, Abruzzo sits on the Adriatic Sea, east of Lazio, south of Le Marche, and north of Puglia. Its rugged inland terrain is thanks to the Apennine Mountains, and the entire … Read more

10 Foods to try in tuscany

When visiting Italy, it is no secret that Italian wine and cuisine is a big drawcard for many travellers. But, what some foreign foodies might not know is that each Italian region has their own distinct speciality dishes and flavours. So much so, that you could even argue that there is no such thing as Italian food! … Read more

Ten Local Foods To Try in Basilicata

A mountainous region rich in pastures and forests, surrounded by two seas, the Ionian on one side, the Thyrrenian on the other, Basilicata boasts a varied cuisine and strong agricultural traditions. Olives, flavorful vegetables and legumes are extensively cultivated. Wheat is also an important crop, used to make pasta and bread. Recipes make extensive use of white … Read more