Maravé Gelato on Campo de’ Fiori

Once upon a time, I went to Gelato University and visited the Gelato Museum outside of Bologna. I learned so much about the history of Italy’s favorite frozen treat and had a lot of fun in the process. Carpigiani is world-renowned for their equipment and their approach to promoting true artisan gelato – so when […]

Breastfeeding in Italy

Jasmine of Questa Dolce Vita was recently sharing her experiences about breastfeeding in Italy, and it made me think about how different social acceptance feels compared to in the United States. I have written about being pregnant in Italy (including being pregnant during our full national lockdown), giving birth in Italy, and what babies eat, […]

How to Get Italy’s Green Pass for Tourism and Leisure

Italy has cautiously opened to tourism from EU countries and a select list of other countries including the US. However, if we have learned anything the last year it is how quickly requirements and rules can change. Now, a new rule is coming into effect that will be required to do just about anything once […]