Cappuccino is Select Italy’s monthly newsletter, it’s written by contributors from the company itself who are specialized in Italian travel and have personal experiences with Italy. With 32,000 loyal readers from around the globe, Cappuccino is a reliable source of information for all-things Italy.
Here you have a roundup of July’s release, buona lettura!
Snap a Selfie with the Leaning Tower
No one, not even Will Smith, can resist the incredible charm of one of the top highlights of Italy: the Leaning Tower. His selfie with the Tuscan monument got millions of likes on Facebook! Read on to learn more about Will’s day in Pisa and to receive unique tips on where to eat throughout your day trip in Pisa. Each of the suggested foodie spots has been handpicked for you by your great Select Italy experts: you won’t be disappointed!
An Aria With A Beach Nearby
The perfect summer holiday in Italy certainly includes some time spent at one of its gorgeous beaches and an evening enjoying its artistic heritage. In this newsletter, Select Italy experts outline what they call “cultural beaches.” Put simply, they are pristine beaches located in areas that host unforgettable summer opera festivals. Cultural beaches are your best bet if you enjoy sunbathing and swimming, but still do not want to give up any of the Italian unique musical beauty.
Take the Guesswork Out of Booking a Museum in Italy
Ticketing procedures and entrance policies vary at each of Italy’s many remarkable museums. But don’t panic: Select Italy is here to assist you with all the info you need to make your Italian vacation smooth, relaxing and still full of marvelous cultural experiences. Here you will find a comprehensive list of the best Italian museums, some fun facts about them and, most importantly, some practical information you will certainly need to plan your trip just right.
Alive, Curious, and Profoundly Rooted
Sicily: land of blue ocean, historical heritage, Etna, delicious food and, of course, good wine. And when it comes to wine, Tasca d’Almerita family certainly holds a leading role on the Sicilian scene. Martina, our Food and Wine Specialist, was lucky enough to have a chat with Giuseppe Tasca d’Almerita, who explains the secrets, the culture and the history behind the delicacy of the wine produced by his family.
Sicilian-style Eggplant Parmesan
Nonna Zuccarello (our Food and Wine Specialist’s grandmother-in-law) shared her recipe for Eggplant Parmesan, Sicilian style with us. What makes it special are the hard boiled eggs, which must be included between crushed tomatoes and the next layer of eggplant. That magic touch makes this dish absolutely divine. La ricetta della nonna (grandma’s recipe) is just impeccable, as always, after all.
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