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Winner of Italian Tourist Board’s ‘Travel Photographer of the Year 2012‘ 

Runner up ‘Best Travel Guide 2009’ for Time Out’s ‘Italy: Perfect Places’

Book: Skylines, A Journey Through 50 Skylines of the World’s Greatest Cities.

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Tuscany, Cornwall, Wales, Sardinia, Dorset, Northumbria

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From my Blog

Discover Australia

In 2020, it will be 250 years since Australia was ‘discovered’ by Captain James Cook. We now know that the land mass was already inhabited with more than 500 Aboriginal tribes. In fact, humans had been here for more than 60,000 years. The First Nations have a tradition of using fire to burn vegetation. Known…

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Federico Fellini

Film director, Federico Fellini, created such masterpieces as La Dolce Vita (winner of the Palme d’Or in 1960), and 8½ (listed by Sight & Sound as the 10th greatest film of all time). And four of Fellini’s films appear in the BBC Culture’s poll to find the 100 greatest foreign-language films. Fellini Museum This year Rimini will celebrate 100 years…

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Parma

Capital of Culture Parma is the Italian Capital of Culture in 2020. Throughout the year, events will be held all around the university city in Italy’s Emilia Romagna region. Happy as a pig… Tastebuds should be tingling as soon as you arrive in the ‘Food Valley’ where the pig (il porco) is king. Who hasn’t…

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Pellegrino Artusi

Cooking Science and the Art of Eating Well In La Scienza in Cucina e l’Arte di Mangier Bene (1891), Pellegrino Artusi considered the scientific role of food in well-being. Was his interest sparked by a near-fatal visit to Livorno in 1855? After eating a bowl of minestrone, Artusi suffered terrible stomach pains. Days later he discovered…

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Food & Chianti under the Tuscan Sun

Swoon over Chianti’s rolling hills covered in serried vines and bordered by pencil-thin Cypress trees. Explore exquisite medieval walled villages, and luxuriate in ancient spas, then release your inner gourmand with fine Tuscan DOP food and wine. A tip: when eating out, or buying produce, look for the DOP (denominazione di origine protetta) label. Only…

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I have known and worked with Jan Fuscoe for many years in her capacity as a travel writer and photographer. She’s a talented travel journalist with a deep knowledge of Italy and she’s has been nominated ‘Travel Photographer of the Year 2012’ in our annual Travel Awards as well as runner-up for ‘Best Travel Guide in 2008’ in recognition of her brilliant features and photography on Italy.