Bellagio on Lake Como
Bellagio on Lake Como
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Hello dear readers!
September has been an exhilarating month at Dolcevia. We’re beyond delighted to share the news that more and more Italy aficionados like you are flocking to our website. Your support means the world to us, and it's fueling our passion to deliver even more authentic Italian stories to your doorstep!

This Month's Highlights:

Discover Hidden Gems: We've added 20 new articles that guide you through both the quaint alleyways of Italy’s smaller villages and the bustling piazzas of its major cities. Ever wondered about those secretive spots in Milan or where Hollywood’s elite unwind during their Italian summer vacations? We've got you covered!

Taste the Authentic Flavors: Our recipe section is brimming with new additions. For those who cherish the delightful amalgamation of Mediterranean flavors, we’ve delved deep into the celebrated Couscous Fest on Sicily. A true treat for your culinary senses!

Constant Updates: Italy's charm is eternal, but our articles are ever-evolving! Whether it's the serene landscapes of Como or the spirited streets of Palermo, we’re constantly updating our older articles to ensure you have the most recent and relevant information.

What's Next?

Our team is buzzing with excitement! We are firmly committed to making Dolcevia the go-to hub for all things Italian. Our goal? New articles every single day. Your dream Italian adventure is just a click away, and we're here to guide you through every step.

Stay Connected: As we ride this incredible wave, expect a curated newsletter from us every month. Whether you’re planning a trip, daydreaming about one, or just love a good Italian tale, we promise to bring Italy closer to you with our best stories.

In Closing,

Thank you for being a cherished part of our Dolcevia family. Your support and feedback drive us to work harder and serve you better. So, keep visiting, keep reading, and keep dreaming about the beautiful landscapes, rich history, and diverse culture that Italy has to offer.

Arrivederci until next time and remember, life is always a little sweeter with a touch of Italy!

Warm regards,

The Dolcevia Team


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This month's highlights (but there's much more):

A-lister hotspots from Cortina to Como: the Summer of '23 in Italy

Italy, the land of pasta, fashion, stunning coastlines, and of course... celebrities! It's long been a hotspot for the rich and famous, but let's be honest, not every celeb is blessed with good taste. Let's take a glimpse into the glittering lives of these A-listers on Italian soil...

Saturday, 16 September 2023 | Articles

Holland Movers: Your Trusted Moving Company in the Netherlands

(Sponsored Article) Moving can be a daunting task, whether it's relocating to a new home or office. The process involves careful planning, packing, transportation, and unpacking, all of which can be overwhelming. This is where professional moving companies like Holland Movers step in to make your transition smooth and hassle-free. In this article, we'll explore the services and benefits offered by Holland Movers, a trusted moving company Enschede...

Friday, 15 September 2023 | Articles

Zona Tortona - the trendiest part of Milan

The Tortona district in Milan is situated between Via Tortona, Navigli, and the metro station of Porto Genova, but its core lies on Via Tortona, Via Savona, and Via Salaria. About 10 years ago, this area was rather overlooked, but now more artists and creative entrepreneurs are emerging in the district, making it Milan's trendiest neighborhood. The district is bustling and super fashionable. New bars and restaurants pop up on every corner, and clientele is abundant, especially during weekdays due to the presence of Giorgio Armani's headquarters and, of course, the campus of Bocconi University, Italy's renowned business school. During Fashion Week in April, it's 'the place to be and be seen'...

Saturday, 16 September 2023 | Articles

The porticoes of Bologna recognised as a Unesco Wolrld Heritage Site

The porticoes of Bologna were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2021. In total, three monuments in Italy were added that year, bringing Italy to the top of the UNESCO list with a whopping 59 sites. Additionally, Montecatini Terme and the 14th-century frescoes of Padua were added to the UNESCO list this year. ...

Saturday, 9 September 2023 | Articles

Lake Como: 5 Hidden gems you dont want to miss

The place is Lake Como, located at the foot of the picturesque Swiss Alps. The view over the picturesque lake is so captivating and poetic that it relaxes you completely; perhaps that's why it has become such a popular holiday destination, not just in this century, but through the ages. Along the shores of the lake lie the most fabulous villages, and while visiting this area, I just wanted to make sure you wouldn't miss them. ...

Friday, 4 August 2023 | Articles

Easy fat-free banana, fig and almond gelato from Puglia

We are a generation that wants to have our gelato and eat it too. We juggle the infinite cascades of data—deciphering, analyzing, and often discarding. Our screens illuminate us with the latest diet fads and superfoods even before we've had a chance to pronounce "acai" correctly. But here's the irony: In this vast world of dietary contradictions, we yearn for simplicity, for genuineness, for something pure, untarnished, yet evolved. Hence the birth of this fat-free gelato.This isn't your nonna's Sunday treat from Sicily. This is the post-modern palate's answer to ice cream's very existential questions...

Wednesday, 6 September 2023 | Recipes {/article}

Positano and Ravello, two surreal towns on the Amalfi coast

The most exclusive stretch of coast in the world boasts tiny bays, vibrant villages, and stunningly situated hotels with breathtaking views. Yet, Positano and Ravello offer more than just superlatives; they are home to archaeological finds, museums, and historical villas with accompanying gardens...

Sunday, 3 September 2023 | Articles

Sicilian Couscous, Trapani style

You don't have to travel to North Africa to get your fill of couscous - in southern Italy, especially Sicily, it is quite a common dish, largely due to the Arabic influence on the island since ancient times. In fact, Sicily even plays host to an annual international couscous festival, where chefs compete to concoct the best couscous dish around. So while it may have originated as a humble wheat dish in the Maghreb, leave it to the Italians to go one better...

Friday, 15 September 2023 | Recipes

The best of Italian wine - crafted by women

When I first stepped inside the stunning Petra winery located in Tuscany’s Maremma area, I knew something was different. It wasn’t the eye-popping Mario Botta design of the entire complex or just the way the wine was stored in what was nothing less than a cathedral for grapes, or how it poured down slabs of stone to great visual effect. It was the women who were there to welcome our group – yes, you read that right, women...

Wednesday, 23 August 2023 | Articles


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