November 2018 – What’s New in Italy For 2019, Cooking in Rome

What’s New in Italy For 2019
Why is 2019 the year to go to Italy, well, there’s so much that is new and exciting. In a place that is so old, it is amazing that there is always a new angle, discovery or innovation. A selection of what you can look forward to in 2019 – Matera as the capital of culture, unique celebrations in Milan marking the 500th anniversary of Da Vinci’s death, a corner of Campania named European Wine City of 2019, a new Ducati theme park, new ways to see Italy’s state museums and much much more! If you’re even thinking about a trip in 2019, read this article.

Cooking At Rome’s Latteria Studio
If you’re looking for a truly authentic Roman cooking experience, don’t miss this one in Testaccio where three culinary experts take you on a hands-on journey through Rome’s unique flavors. This is a class that attracts many visitors who already know Rome but are looking for something deeper.

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