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Enjoying Zeppole di San Giuseppe in Padua / Padova

Advertisement Zeppole di San Giuseppe are delicious choux pastry doughnuts filled with vanilla cream and decorated with an amaranth cherry. Usually prepared for Saint Joseph’s Day on March 19th, you can guilt-free enjoy them year-round in Italy. In Padua, I enjoyed my first Zeppole di San Giuseppe at Pasticceria Graziati and I definitely enjoyed it. […]

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How to see Verona from above – Torre dei Lamberti (free with Verona Card)

Advertisement Verona, a remarkably charming city, both from the ground and especially as seen from the birds-eye perspective. Thanks to Verona Card and the overview of places I’m allowed to visit for free, I found out about Torre dei Lamberti. It’s basically a huge clock tower in the historic centre of the City, just nearby […]

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How to skip the lines when visiting Arena di Verona

Advertisement Visiting Arena di Verona is a must when visiting the romantic Italian city. Arena di Verona, the ancient amphitheatre from the first century AD is not without a reason the symbol of the city. Once used to entertain the masses (up to 30 000 !!), the Arena is still nowadays in use for both […]

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How far is Lake Garda from Verona? (Distance and Travel Time Lago di Garda – Verona)

Advertisement During my recent first trip to Verona, I definitely left part my of heart there – what a wonderful city! But even though sightseeing in a city is fun, especially in cultural-packed Verona, but sometimes, you just need a soft breeze of air and a lake in front of you. The sound of waves […]

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Instagram Accounts to follow before visiting Padua / Padova

Advertisement Padua, or Padova in Italian, is a charming city in the Veneto region in the north-east of Italy. Padua is actually not that far of incredible Venice and is even the setting for most of the action in William Shakespeare’s comedy The Taming of the Shrew (written at the end of the 16th century). […]

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Where to find Casa di Romeo in Verona, the House of Romeo of Romeo & Juliet

Advertisement Located in a narrow street just nearby the Arche Scaligere (Scaliger Tombs), not too far Casa di Giulietta you will find Casa di Romeo or Romeo’s House. Unlike Juliet’s House, Casa di Romeo is no huge tourist attraction. Granted, it seemed like there were three other tourists when I visited “his family’s home”, but […]

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Dessert speciality from Verona: Torta Russa di Verona

Advertisement When in Verona, you have to try and taste the local speciality Torta Russa di Verona. Every city or region has its own recipes, and that’s something truly wonderful. Torta Russa di Verona means “Russian cake from Verona”, and the origin of this recipe isn’t actually that old. One of the two hypothesis of […]