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Milan is the city of the aperitif par excellence, but if you’re more of a wine lover than a cocktail quaffer then check out our guide to the 5 best wine bars in Milan.
From the North to the South, Italy boasts amazing National Parks, just waiting for you to discover them. Here is a selection of the 10 most beautiful National parks in Italy you can visit next weekend, or on your upcoming summer holidays.
Though Milan’s Porta Nuova has been the talk of the city for quite some time, but to many it is still a relatively undiscovered district. Well, we’re here to help change that with our mini-guide to the city’s newest place to be.
Need a couple of days in the name of relax, good food and culture? Northern Italy has plenty of beautiful places you can discover in little more than 48 hours. Here is a list of the top things to do in 5 Northern Italy destinations next weekend.
It should go without saying that the food alone warrants a visit to Italy. Instead of planning a whirlwind tour where you visit every city in search of good eats, why not kick back at one of these five food retreats? You can relax, unwind, feel like you’re on vacation and—most importantly—eat well.
A reservation at chef Simone Tondo’s restaurant Roseval is among the most coveted in Paris. Swide chats amatriciana, hot dogs and pizza with the Sardinia native.
A jewel in the crown of Made in Italy wine throughout the world: join our wine expert to discover the 10 must-try bottles of Brunello di Montalcino.
A great wine that ages beautifully, with a fascinating history filled with genius and craftsmanship that has enhanced an extraordinary Tuscan territory: here is the fascinating story of the legendary Brunello di Montalcino.
You are fanatical about wine, you have collectible bottles that you keep as relics in the cellar which you uncork with friends, but then when you go out for dinner, panic ensues. Here is the solution: the 5 restaurants to eat well and above all, to drink well.
From Milan to Naples, passing by Florence and Rome, Italy has plenty of beautiful destinations where to spend a couple of days in the name of excellent food, relax and art. Swide has selected 5 beautiful Italian cities with some hints on what to do and see for your next weekend getaway.
Nearly every country offers its own take on the empanada, and we have the Spanish to thank for this popular street food. Swide takes a look at Scàccia, a Sicilian crowd pleaser derived from the Spanish empanada.
Sicilian olive oil, Acquerello rice, Ligurian pesto, Lombardian gorgonzola, San Marzano tomatoes, Sardinian honey and pistachios from Bronte: these, among other enticing Italian ingredients, are not just limited to Italy. Swide shares ten of the best gourmet shops for authentic Italian in NYC.
With her Michelin-starred restaurant Alice, two cookbooks and a hit TV show, Viviana Varese is one busy woman. Swide sits down with the talented chef to ask her 15 questions.
Easter is coming and what’s better way to celebrate this festivity than enjoying not only chocolate eggs, but also Italy’s Colomba (Easter dove)? But do you know the real story behind the tradition of having Easter dove cake during this period? If not, let’s discover with Swide its origins.
Spring has arrived, and nowhere else is this more evident than at the market, where a colorful bounty awaits us. Swide asks five Italy-based chefs what they’re cooking with the gorgeous ingredients which come in season in the month of April.
There has been much talk of the “rediscovery” of vermouth, especially as an aperitif, but this alcoholic beverage has a long and revolutionary history: from Carpano to Martini, here is how Italian vermouth came about and the top 5 types to try.
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