Taste and discover Italy from north to south
Italy is mostly known for pizza, but the country is home to many exquisite recipes. Wherever you go, you will find excellent food. To have an overall taste of the Italian cuisine, there are itineraries you can pick. The following one is a 2-week circuit of tasting and discovering!
A sweet start in Turin
Start your journey on a sweet in Turin. Arrive by plane at the Caselle Airport and taste chocolate and hazelnut paste – the true Nutella. If you plan to come in spring, you can get a ChocoPass and visit the chocolate festival of Turin to sample sweets. As for history, you can visit the museum to see the replica of the Shroud of Turin.
Classic Italian meals in Bologna
After 3 days in Turin, head to the heart of Italian cuisine – Bologna. Take yourself to discover how the parmesan, the balsamic vinegar and the prosciutto di Parma are made in Emilia-Romagna, the capital of the foodie region. Give yourself a day of non-food trip among the 5 you are staying in Bologna to visit the museum and the factories of Lamborghini and Ferrari.
Roman cuisine in Testaccio
Travel down to Rome to visit the Ancient Roman monuments such as the Colosseum, the Pantheon or the Forum. Stay in the capital for 5 days so you can visit all the attractions and enjoy your 4-hour food trip in Testaccio. You’ll find classic Italian dishes and Roman street food and snacks.
Traditional pizzas in Naples
After 13 days, the ultimate food you must eat in Italy is, of course, pizza! Make sure to go to Naples to have a bite of the authentic recipe! The town is just an hour and 15 minutes by train from Rome. Visit the National Archaeology Museum for a glimpse of Pompei and Herculaneum.