How To Not Look Like a Tourist in Milan

Not every tourist blends into this fashion capital. Here are a few ways to make the transition from tourist to local in Milan.

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Top Winter Sport Destinations in Italy

For a vacation mixed with plenty of activity on and off the slopes, in the chalet or out on the town, Northern Italy is a haven for fans of winter sports that’s hard to beat.

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In My Bag: Beth’s Piece of Italian Glamour

In this new blog post series, I interview world travelers about objects that came home in their bags and how these things reflect their travel experiences. This week’s post features Beth Freschi, a relaxation and life coach based in St. Paul, MN. She’s the owner of A Time for Expression, LLC and an experienced international traveler.

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Venice Salute Festival

For Venetians, the 21st of November is an important date. It’s the day the city celebrates the Madonna della Salute festival, which commemorates the founding in 1630 of the church of Santa Maria della Salute (“Madonna of Health”). The church is more commonly known as Salute, as is the festival as well. During the festival, the area around the church is beautifully lit by thousands of candles brought by the many people going to pray to the Virgin Mary with vendors lined up along the way to the church selling candles and a variety of sweets.

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Expo Milano 2015: Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life

Expo Milano 2015 will be the largest worldwide event ever to focus on the topic of food. Themed “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life,” this major non-commercial international exposition will present a unique opportunity to discover “all the facets of food and what surrounds it: flavor, comparison, sharing, creativity, nutrition, growth and sustainability."

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