Trentino Alto Adige
Tuscan Hill Towns
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Basilicata Points of Interest
Basilicata's food is organic, fresh and local. For Italy vacation packages to Basilicata and for more information about trips to southern Italy
The making of a local cheese.
Il Ristoro del Milionario
Millionaire becomes Restaurateur overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea. Often mispelled Tyrannian Sea.
Food of Basilicata
Basilicata. Two seas, the Tyrrhenian and Ionian. Its lakes and its mineral waters. Its 'zafaran', peppers hung to dry 'in serte', and the wine, L’Aglianico. The bread of Matera and the 'luganega’.
Basilicate: Flavors from its organic land
The Basilicata offers typical products that include all of the flavours of the land. Cruschi Peppers, dried and fried, are crunchy and are perfect to toss with pasta. Matera bread is a testimony of a...hover to read more
Basilicata Water Springs
Basilicata is a region with widely varying landscapes, characterized by the many springs which originate in the mountains and flow into the area’s numerous lakes. The water from this region is parti...hover to read more
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