Friday, June 22, 2018
Doing the Little Shoe, La Scarpetta in Italian
Italian food culture is probably very different from what you're used to at home. And, since Italians have been perfecting it for over 1,000 years, try going with the wine and olive oil flow instead...
March 21st is officially the first day of spring in Florence Italy, and we're just as excited about it as you are. While Florence keeps itineraries packed all year long, there are some activities better...
The Duomo and Santa Croce Church in Florence Italy from Piazzale Michelangelo
The cost of living in Florence, Italy is fairly comparable to that of New York or Los Angeles...if you forget to convert from euros to dollars. Because prices are numerically similar (7 for a cocktail...
Il Latini Italian Restaurant in Florence Italy
Whitney Richelle, Studentsville Project Manager, takes you to famous restaurant "Il Latini" in Florence, Italy. She introduces you to some of the most typical Tuscan cuisine: two soups that have been around since the Middle...
Making Espresso In An Italian Moka Stovetop Coffee Pot
Studentsville Project Manager, Whitney Richelle, shows you how to make a real Italian espresso in a Moka, the stovetop coffee pot that Italians use at home. If you are renting an apartment in Florence, you'll...
Bidet in Florence Italy Bathroom
The most typical question I get from new arrivals in Italy isn't "Where can I exchange money?" or "How do I get to the nearest gelato place?" but "What's that thing next to the toilet...
Mugello Latte di Alta Qualità
One of the best parts about being in Italy is that everyday things are their own little adventures - even a trip to the grocery store can be a portal into a world of peculiarly...
Bialetti Moka Italian Coffee Espresso Machine
Italian coffee is so special it even has its own machine. Unless you’re some kind of cultural genius, you probably don’t have any idea what it is or how the heck it works.1. Know what...
Whether you’ve been studying Italian for years, or are currently mastering the art of “my name is,” these 10 expressions are an essential addition to any vocabulary. You won’t find them in Italian books, but you’ll hear them all over the streets. Understanding them will give you a huge boost in comprehension. Using them will make you much more fun to talk to.
Italian Coffee
Sure, you’ve had an espresso and a cappuccino, but that’s just the tip of the Italian coffee iceberg, my friends. Coffee in Italy is a thing of it’s own. Even if you’re familiar with copycats...