How do you say Merry Christmas in Italian?
There are a couple of ways to convey your best wishes for the holidays in Italian. You can say Buon Natale which strictly means Merry Christmas, or Buon Anno which means Happy New Year. Or you can combine the two greetings together and say Buone Feste.
And this is what we, the staff at ItalyFromTheInside.com, want to wish you all: Buone Feste and thanks for supporting our efforts in sharing via this blog, podcasts, and eBook some insights on the fascinating Italian culture.
As a blogger about Italy and travel, I think it’s important to highlight other useful online resources that may complement the information on our site.
I spent some time browsing through InItaly.com, and it’s clear to me that this Web site exudes true passion for Italy. The staff at InItaly.com has been collecting more than 4000 pages of content over 13 years. Topics span from selected places to stay (which seems to be their core business), to things to do (practical planning tips) to recommended things to see.
I tested the depth of the suggested itineraries by reading what the editors said about my region, Friuli Venezia Giulia. I was impressed by the accuracy and breadth of relevant linked material, such as recipes, historical notes, events, facts and more.
While the site could benefit from a fresh redesign, I praise the huge effort of the staff to keep it up-to-date and to offer a wealth of free useful information to travelers.
We’re happy to announce our first episode of the Italy From The Inside podcast series. In this show we cover:
– Introduction of this podcast series and your host (Paolo)
– A few practical tips to travel in Italy with trains
– Overview of a market research by the Italian Trade Commission
– A two-minute Italian lesson on purchasing a train ticket
Listen / Download this episode in MP3 format
(6Mb -12 mins)
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