Luigi Terroni could never have guessed that his destiny was to found London’s first Italian delicatessen.
It is the time of year for the Menu at Km Zero competition in the Parco Nazionale dell’ Apennine Tosco-Emiliano.
Julia tells us about her work and her interest in Lunigiana.
Some of the poppies represent the British soldiers killed in action in Italy on the Austro-Hungarian front during the First World War.
The first of a series of art exhibitions will be opened at the Comune di Tresana in Barbarasco on 8 November 2014
The twelfth of our recipes from the cookbook, Piatti Chiari, by Tiziana Falorni of Ristorante Alla Piazza di Sopra in Filetto.
For months, women in the province have been knitting pink scarves.
Accommodation suggestions following the closure of the Convento Padri Cappuccini in Pontremoli.
October is breast cancer awareness month, and once again iconic buildings are turning pink.
Lunigiana’s competitive cycling calendar
There was a time when the swift-running Torrente Bagnone echoed with the sounds of 17 watermills grinding wheat, rye, corn, and above all, chestnuts.
A beautiful cross-country hike with a mixture of glorious vistas, interesting woodlands, old stone roads and many interesting bridges.
The eleventh of our recipes from the cookbook,Piatti Chiari, by Tiziana Falorni of Ristorante Alla Piazza di Sopra in Filetto.
Before World War II, Aulla was a sleepy rural town filled with pretty squares and pleasant streets.
This year’s event will again be held at Il Bardine near Ceserano.
A magical performance at Malgrate Castle.
Opening hours have been extended until the end of December 2014.