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Untold Italy is a travel podcast full of practical tips and advice to help you plan your trip to Italy. Travel expert Katy Clarke interviews special guests and answers your questions to help you plan and uncover your own, as yet untold adventures in Italy. On our show we share highlights of the major destinations, off the beaten path secrets, best ways to get around, favorite food spots, cultural insights and much more. You’ll learn how to plan your Italy itinerary to include the places and ...
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Mark Juliano gives Italian travel info, stories, and suggestions from many trips to Italy. Florence, Rome, Venice, Milan, Amalfi, Tuscany... Mark Juliano has been to Italy 14 times and want to share my thoughts and adventures. My blog is at http://italyjules.blogspot.com/
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"Italy was more than a subject, it was a tool of resurrection and empowerment" - Michelle Johnston “Can a place be an archetype? Or pertain mythical qualities? Emily Dickinson never left her home in New England to travel, the Italy she wrote and dreamed of symbolised something else, joy, hope, freedom…. And ultimately, the most powerful of qualitie…
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A trip to Tuscany would not be complete without trying some of the region's amazing wine. Today we're headed to the Val d'Orcia and southern Tuscany where you can taste some of the most celebrated varieties in Italy - Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano and more. Discover what makes southern Tuscany more than just an incredible win…
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"You cannot lose what really belongs to you, even if you throw it away" - I-Ching Here I talk about the bitter sweet few months that have been, reflecting on life, books and events, and the books and writing adventures that happen along the way. Find all Show Notes and details mentioned at: michellejohnston.life You can now Support the Podcast and …
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A behind the scenes look at Untold Italy, a podcast, travel resource site and services and small group tour company that started as a simple travel blog, survived the pandemic and grew into a multi-faceted business. This is our story as requested by many listeners. Strapped for time or need more help? Check out our new Trip Planning Services Read t…
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Italians are very particular when it comes to food and eating. Manners and ways of doing things are part of the fabric of life. In this episode our local Roman food expert Nesim joins us to share the dos and don'ts of eating in Italy. Please.. do not touch the produce at the market! Read the full episode show notes here > untolditaly.com/211 Strapp…
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A new tourist tax, visa waiver program and important events you need to know about if you're planning trips to Italy in 2024 and 2025. While some of these are a while away we know many of you make plans well in advance so we're sharing some upcoming changes for travelers to Italy in the near and longer term future. Read the full episode show notes …
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It's deep mid winter in Tuscany and that calls for warming soups and hearty dishes that are the mainstay of Tuscan cuisine. Local cook Giulia Scarpaleggia shares her favorite winter produce and dishes from her home in the Chianti countryside including a very special treat that can only be tried in in the lead up to and during Carnevale Read the ful…
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Venice is a city of art and artists. And it has been for centuries. This commitment to craftsmanship and creating is part of what makes the city on water so special. Local Monica Cesarato shares some of her favorite artisan creators, where to visit them and why their commitment to these traditional crafts is so important to Venetian culture Read th…
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Let's discover how to find the very best accommodation options in Italy for your upcoming trips. Joining us is guide book author Corinna Cooke to help us work through the quirks of Italian hotels and understanding what to look out for if you're booking rentals via Airbnb or other platforms. Accommodation is perhaps your biggest trip expense after f…
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Attention wine and truffle lovers! Barolo, a picturesque wine area in northern Italy's Piedmont region is waiting for you. Barolo is known as the King of Italian Wine thanks to its royal connections to the ruling Savoy family - monarchs of Italy. The wine region is a series of lovely towns perched on hills covered in vines with the magnificent snow…
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"One will never forget the sudden transcendent quality of ordinary things, the glow of the fruit in its own leaves, the purple and green of artichokes with bushy tales, the delicacy of the sea creatures, silver, lilac - pale and coral red" - Winter in Venice, Pleasure and Landscapes by Sybille Bedford Here is some light musing over books I have lov…
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Planning a trip to Italy in 2024? This episode is a must listen no matter what stage of planning you are in. Our host Katy spent 8 weeks in Italy in 2023 and 6 weeks in 2022 - in the popular cities and areas and off the beaten path favorites. Things have changed a little since covid so in this episode she shares her best ever tips for planning your…
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"Some things are here for our souls, not our interests, and every land has its pockets of wild. Let us leave then there for the birds, for the night watch, for the person who needs and longs for a creeping into invisibility" Welcome to Episode #86: This year Allison published her third book, 'Allison Zurfluh and the Venice Lagoon'. Here are pages o…
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Buon Natale! It's Christmas time and we're headed to beautiful Sorrento near Naples. Known and loved as a summer destination for visitors around the world, Sorrento loves to get festive in December with feasting and fun that is famous across Italy. It's a great time to visit and our guest Lee, long time resident from the Gourmet Girls food tours ba…
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“Cucina Povera is not just a unique approach to cooking and ingredients; it’s the highest expression of the Italian arte delle arrangiarsi - the art of making do with what you have got" - Giulia Scarpaleggia, Cucina Povera Welcome to Episode #85, Today a wonderful conversation with Giulia Scarpaleggia about her recent cookbook Cucina Povera: The It…
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Capri is one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean. And also one of the most visited. To make the most of your time there and have a delightful experience you'll need to spend more than a day there plus engage in some precision planning. Here from local Holly Star on how to have a wonderful time on magical Capri. Read the full episode …
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Assisi is the region of Umbria's best known town and has been welcoming pilgrims and travelers for centuries. The home of St Francis, Italy's patron saint, it is a sacred and spiritual place where people of all faiths gather. Joining us today is local guide Isabella Bellucci who shares her passion for this beautiful hilltop town and its stories. Re…
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Rome's highlights are well known but what if you want to dig a little deeper? Listen in to learn some of the treasures of the Eternal City hiding in plain sight if you're prepared to be a little curious. From a unique winery to a port city built the same time as Pompeii, you can never stop discovering the many layers of Rome. Read the full episode …
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Pop the Prosecco! Today we're celebrating 200 episodes of Untold Italy. And what better way to do that than with a whole show dedicated to chocolate - Italian chocolate of course! Not quite as famous as Swiss or Belgian chocolate, but just as delicious and revered throughout the land! Read the full episode show notes here > untolditaly.com/200 Reso…
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Tuscany's Val D'Orcia is one of the most beautiful places in the world and it's here that you'll find the delightful town of Pienza. Remodeled in the Renaissance by an enterprising pope, this town captures the beauty of Tuscany both inside and outside its stone walls. Be the first to know about our Tuscany Wine and Wellness Tours - click here Read …
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Treviso is a tantalizing town hiding in plain sight just north of Venice. Home to tiramisu and Prosecco this small city is a place you could easily while a few hours away in, or even a few months. Our guest Gabe North-Harney moved there with her husband a year ago and shares insights into her new home and journeys around Italy. Read the full episod…
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"I travel and collect things that I love. Memories, tastes, colours and stories. I bring them home and make the beautiful meals I had, so we can live them all over again" - Tessa Kiros, Now & Then: A collection of recipes for always Welcome to Episode #84: Tessa Kiros is here today, her most recent book is 'Now & Then: A collection of recipes for a…
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Recently returned from 6 wonderful weeks in Italy, host Katy shares her highlights and learnings from visits to Rome, Florence, the Dolomites and South Tyrol, Modena and the Emilia region, the Cilento Coast, Ischia and more Read the full episode show notes here > untolditaly.com/197 The Untold Italy travel podcast is an independent production. Podc…
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"Much testing, much reflecting, much living must intervene before we can say 'My soul is my own'" - Madonna Kolbenschlag, (from) The Spiritual Sampler by Sue Monk Kidd Welcome to Episode #83, While in the middle of a big year, I reflect on what has filled my cup this year and why it all matters. On creating community, on inspired books, on writing,…
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Are you ready to discover the wonderful world of Italian red wine? Most of us are familiar with Chianti and perhaps even the King of Wines Barolo however have barely scratched the surface of the many hundreds of local varieties found in the 20 regions of Italy. From Amarone in the north to Nero d'Avola in the south, there is an Italian red wine var…
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Planning a trip to Italy is fun but it can also be time consuming and also a bit overwhelming. In this episode we share the best ways to plan your trip depending on the time and resources you have available. Read the full episode show notes here > untolditaly.com/195 The Untold Italy travel podcast is an independent production. Podcast Editing, Aud…
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Let's go to Lecce, beautiful southern city with Baroque charm. The proud capital of Puglia's Salento region is elegant, charming and home to artisans proud to showcase their cultural and food heritage. From Lecce you can reach the incredible Salento beaches and countless sleepy small towns. It's a city of dreams if you're looking for a unique Itali…
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"My grandmother always used to tell me your last name is going to bring you luck. When people meet you it makes them happy and a little bit hungry too" - Luca Spaghetti, Un Amico Italiano - Eat Pray Love in Rome Welcome to Episode #82: Twenty years ago the writer Elizabeth Gilbert made the city of Rome her home for three months before visiting Indi…
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Speaking a little Italian is polite and a great way to enhance your trip. In this episode our friend Michele from the Intrepid Italian shares some quick tips on getting from Ciao! to ordering a gelato. We're re-running this episode as part of a series of favorites while we take a short break.. in Italy of course! Read the full episode show notes he…
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Benvenuti to the Cilento Coast - this beautiful area just south of the Amalfi Coast is sitting there in plain sight waiting to be discovered. Beautiful beaches, ancient ruins, life changing buffalo mozzarella cheese.. what's not to love! We're re-running this episode as part of a series of favorites while we take a short break.. in Italy of course!…
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Packing for Italy is a challenge that perplexes many travelers. We're re-running this episode as part of a series of favorites while we take a short break.. in Italy of course! Read the full episode show notes here > untolditaly.com/191 The Untold Italy travel podcast is an independent production. Podcast Editing, Audio Production and Website Devel…
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"I just knew that I had to figure it out for myself, step by step" - Claire Hearn, My Five Year Journey in Italy.... Welcome to Episode #81, This week I share a conversation with Ms Britaly from Palermo in Sicily. Five years ago, Claire Hearn made the decision to change her life and move in the direction of her dreams. Claire landed in Salerno in C…
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Vicenza is a beautiful Renaissance city hiding in plain sight between Venice and Verona. Known in Italy for architectural masterpieces and an elegant and refined pace of life, Vicenza is a place few tourists visit but, if you're a curious traveler, you really should! Read the full episode show notes here > untolditaly.com/190 The Untold Italy trave…
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Most of us are quite familiar with Italian red wine varieties but of course they make excellent white wines too. Join our friends Olivia and Andrea from Italian Wine Tales as we explore the different grapes and varieties of Italian white wines found from coast to coast. Cin cin! Read the full episode show notes here > untolditaly.com/189 The Untold…
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“And we are of course, each one of us, the historians of our own lives” - Hisham Matar, A Month in Siena Welcome to Episode #80; In this episode I share pages from ‘Italian Hours’ a travel journal I am in the middle of creating. I share my feelings about creativity and my artistic process on making pages happen! I also give tips on stationary, art …
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Italy has thousands of miles of coastline but most English speaking visitors head to just a tiny section of well known (and overtouristed) resorts. Author Corinna Cooke joins us to share her favorite secret Italian spots by the sea and how to enjoy your time there. After all, an Italian beach experience is one you'll remember forever, so don't forg…
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Wondering what you can eat that's cheap and tasty on your trip to Italy? Street food is popular from Naples to Rome, Venice and beyond. You'll find lots of delicious morsels to eat on your travels that won't break the bank. From iconic pizza to cannoli, mozzarella balls and arancini, there's a tasty street food snack to tempt everyone. So make sure…
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Welcome to exciting Catania, Sicily - a city that ignites your senses and reveals the true essence of this breathtaking island. Here ancient traditions meet modern artistry, the fish market sits alongside a majestic cathedral and Etna smokes away in the distance. Join us as together with expert Karen La Rosa we unravel the secrets of Catania's vibr…
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When you're in Venice you must try cicchetti. These tasty bites washed down with local wine are a longstanding food tradition in Venice. Just don't call them tapas. Or a picnic. Learn all about Venetian cicchetti, what to look for and where to try them from the cicchetti queen herself - my friend Monica Cesarato! Read the full episode show notes he…
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Summer and peak season is hotting up in Italy! As we're only half way through the season we're offering an insight to making your summer Italian trips run smoothly this year and in ones to come. Founder Katy held with our friend Italy travel expert Danielle Oteri from Feast Travel who has just returned from 6 weeks in Italy and is full of sage advi…
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"I thought I had the perfect life in New York, but fate had something different in mind for me. I've fallen in love with this place and what it has to offer" - Casalvento: House of the Wind by Gudrun Cuillo Welcome to Episode #79: About twenty five years ago, Bob and Gudrun Cuillo were looking for a place to buy in Capri Italy, not far from Beneven…
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Getting around Italy can be tricky even when you're physically able, but how about if you're traveling in a wheelchair or have limited mobility? Our guest Aimee Maldonado shares practical tips and ideas for having an incredible time in Italy - choosing hotels, train travel, rolling around the small streets and more. Read the full episode show notes…
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"We will cook together, you’ll don an apron and get your hands dirty, learning about local traditions on the way. We eat and drink together, tasting wines chosen by Marco. Afterwards, in the late afternoon and evenings, you are free to go and explore or rest or catch up with family....." Welcome to the Episode #78: In this bountiful share we talk a…
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Get your forks ready! We're back in Rome to learn the tips and tricks of making Rome's famous pasta dishes with our friend and Testaccio local Nesim Bekalti from Full Belly Tours. We also discover the best places to try them in the Eternal City because, it's true, no matter what you do this pasta always tastes better in Rome! Read the full episode …
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When in Rome.. you must try its iconic pasta dishes! Discover the key ingredients, origin stories and legends behind the classic pasta dishes of Rome - cacio e pepe, alla gricia, carbonara and amatriciana - with our friend and Testaccio local Nesim Bekalti from Full Belly Tours Read the full episode show notes here > untolditaly.com/181 The Untold …
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Looking for authentic travel experiences in Italy? In this episode we discuss what is an authentic travel experience and how you can find them in Italy. But, above all, we believe, travel your own way, follow your own path and realise your own Italian dreams, even if they are part of a tourist experience. Untold Italy Tours - small groups, local co…
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"R is for Rome. Roma is my Lupa, the She-Wolf. She is mother and my muse" - Michelle Ciani, Letters from Rome Welcome to Episode #77: Michelle Ciani lives in Rome, Italy. Through her writing and journals, she explores place, home, identity and belonging. Rome is the muse, the portal and the inspiration behind her words and letters. Life is a quest.…
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Are you a wine lover? Then your trip to Italy has many adventures in store. Italy is the world's biggest producer of wine and there is much to explore. Today we're delving into Italian sparkling wines and learning which varieties to try and where, what to look for when you're choosing what to buy and of course, because this is Italy, what you shoul…
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Studying abroad in Italy is an incredible opportunity for many young people today including our guest Tyla who recently spent 6 months in Milan at a local university. Tyla and her mum Barbara join us to share their experiences and discuss the opportunities and challenges other families considering a study abroad program should consider before embar…
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Venice is one of the most expensive cities to visit on the planet, but it's also possibly the most magical. Learn how to stretch your vacation budget further with our tips on free and low cost things to do in Venice. Read the full episode show notes here > untolditaly.com/177 The Untold Italy travel podcast is an independent production. Podcast Edi…
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