Are you planning a trip to Italy and considering going in the month of May?
After learning about all that Italy has to offer during the month of September, including the best weather, fewer tourists, lower prices, and scores of local food festivals, I’m confident you will agree that it is a good idea to schedule your next trip during this month which bridges summer and fall.
Italy is responsible for 50% of the rice crop grown in the European Union, but this year, due to a lack of rain and snow, the Po River has no water to carry to the thirsty rice fields of the Po Valley.
This is the 2nd year of severe drought in Northern Italy and the outlook is grim for rice farmers in the regions of Piedmont and Lombardia where 94% of Italian rice is grown.
The best news for the diet-weary American or Westerner is that anyone can realize the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet – without making any single food off-limits.
Although not everyone is able to move to a Mediterranean country where the food quality is higher and without fast food spots on every corner, the Mediterranean approach to food and lifestyle can be replicated almost anywhere.
Are you planning a move to Italy?
If so, then you should certainly listen to the I’m Moving To Italy podcast. As the only podcast documenting the process of an ordinary person moving to Italy from the United States, this top-rated travel podcast with listeners from more than 90 countries around the world, is an invaluable resource for anyone planning a move to Italy.
In this article, we come to learn who the real Nathan Heinrich truly is.
Recently, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Nathan, at his home in the Prosecco Valley in Northern Italy, and asking him some questions.
It was a very interesting conversation and am delighted to be able to share some of it with you.
Moving to Italy or traveling there for an extended period is a thrilling experience!
In order to be best prepared, here is a list of 4 things you could not live in Italy without!