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- Traditional Carnival Characters and Masks of Southern Italy 2 weeks ago Carnevale, also known as Carnival or Mardi Gras, typically begins 40 days before Easter with the final celebration on Shrove Tuesday (Martedì Grasso or Fat Tuesday) which then leads into Lent. There are many festivities, parades, and events leading up … Continue reading → Related...
- The Putignano Carnival in Southern Italy 1 month ago When you think of Carnival (Italian: carnevale) in Italy, the first place that comes to mind is probably Venice, the most well-known all over the globe, while others may mention Viareggio in Tuscany. Here in Southern Italy, one place in … Continue reading → Related posts: Blue Flag Beaches of...
- Five Impressive Castles in Sicily 4 months ago Sicily has a deep rich history spanning thousands upon thousands of years and throughout its history, Sicily has been through its fair share of invasions and battles. So, it shouldn’t be a surprise that this island in Southern Italy is … Continue reading →
- Festa or Sagra: What's the Difference? 5 months ago You don’t have to wait for summer to travel to Southern Italy. Fall in Italy, especially in the southern parts, is a wonderful time to visit. Aside from the great weather and a kaleidoscope of gorgeous colors, you will most … Continue reading →
- Keeping things "hot" in Calabria 5 months ago It’s the unofficial symbol of Calabria. You’ll literally see it everywhere you turn and if you find yourself in Calabria, especially in late summer, it isn’t uncommon to see strings of it hanging out to dry from doorways, balconies, and … Continue reading → Related posts: Blue Flag...
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00:26 AM September 29, 2012
You can take the girl outta Texas but you can't take Texas outta the girl. Cherrye has a heart as big as Texas and she loves her clients and her friends. She gives each tour 110% and she knows Calabria better than some locals.