Italy

Travel stories, city guides, travel tips, recipes, and more inspired by one of our favorite food places on earth, Italy.
The Classic Italian Cocktails You Have To Try At Least Once | http://saltandwind.com

The Classic Italian Cocktails You Have To Try At Least Once

Here the ten classic cocktails drinks you must try on your next trip to Italy:

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Local Food: Here's What To Eat In Bologna, Italy | http://saltandwind.com

Local Food: Here's What To Eat In Bologna, Italy

From ragu alla bolognese to Parmigiano-Reggiano and a few surprises, here are the classic dishes you must eat when you visit Bologna!

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Celery Salad with Parmigiano-Reggiano and Walnuts | http://saltandwind.com

Celery Salad with Parmigiano-Reggiano and Walnuts

Inspired by the open air markets in Bologna, Italy, this fresh, crunchy, simple salad of celery, walnuts, and Parmigiano-Reggiano is a favorite around here!

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Sirmione Just Might Be The Quaintest Historic Town On Lake Garda | http://saltandwind.com

Sirmione Just Might Be The Quaintest Historic Town On Lake Garda

Sometimes things are really great surprises like making a flight connection when it seems mathmatically impossible or getting upgraded in your hotel room. Or finding a town that doesn't show up on Google Maps but is totally worth the stop — like Sirmione.

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How To Plan Your Next Vacay? With Help From Our Concierge Desk! | http://saltandwind.com

How To Plan Your Next Vacay? With Help From Our Concierge Desk!

Dreaming of traveling but not sure where to start? We've got a service for that! The Salt & Wind concierge desk is here to help make your food adventures happen!

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Italy Travel Guide: Where To Eat, Stay, and Shop In Milan | http://saltandwind.com

Italy Travel Guide: Where To Eat, Stay, and Shop In Milan

One place we think doesn't get nearly enough love: Milan. Here are Team Salt & Wind's picks for what to do, eat, and where to stay in Milan, Italy.

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Manners, Per Piacere! Follow These Dining Tips When Eating In Italy | http://saltandwind.com

Manners, Per Piacere! Follow These Dining Tips When Eating In Italy

There are two types of travelers: those who make an effort to fit in to the local culture and those who don't give AF. Those who talk loudly, coat their food in condiments. and drink like Thirsty Thursday is going out of style. Here are 10 tips to dine in Italy like a local.

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What To Pack For Your European Summer Vacation | http://saltandwind.com

What To Pack For Your European Summer Vacation

Minimal isn’t usually in our vocab when we’re packing, but there’s no bigger buzzkill than lugging an overweight suitcase. So, for our summer vacation, we narrowed it down to these 12 essentials.

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How Not To Stand Out Like A Tourist When Traveling To Italy   | http://saltandwind.com

How Not To Stand Out Like A Tourist When Traveling To Italy

The time has come: you’re finally on your way to Italy. You’ve been dreaming about this trip for months, planning it for years, and you step off the plane with a mix of excitement and trepidation about what lies ahead.

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Camogli Fish Festival: Taking A Look At One Of Italy's Traditional Food Festivals | http://saltandwind.com

Camogli Fish Festival: Taking A Look At One Of Italy's Traditional Food Festivals

Picture it: an Italian village, set along a rocky coast, with a rainbow of pastel buildings, and walking trails that overlook the sea. A town on par with the postcard-perfect towns of Cinque Terre, but without the crowds and specializing in great seafood. Say hello to Camogli. 

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Cook These Classic Italian Recipes When Dreaming Of Italy | http://saltandwind.com

Cook These Classic Italian Recipes When Dreaming Of Italy

It’s no secret that we love Italy, so we travel there as often as we can. But, we can’t always hop a flight at a moment's notice. The next best thing? Cooking these classic Italian recipes, inviting friends over, and daydreaming about travel. 

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Marinated Salumi Sandwich | http://saltandwind.com

Marinated Salumi Sandwich

We'll admit it: we're major fan girls of Giada DiLaurentiis because, well, tbh, we feel like we relate to her. We too are from California, we too love all things Italy, and our cooking is very much inspired by both places. So it's no surprise that we swooned when we saw her newest book, Giada’s I...

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