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Italy is a popular vacation spot and one of the reasons for this is undeniably thanks to Italian food!

Of course, tourists visit to see the museum and centuries of history this country has to offer but the food… oh the food….

Proverbs and sayings have always been part of the Italian linguistic culture, and are used by the overwhelming majority of the population even during everyday conversations.

Antonio La Cava transformed his three-wheeled van into a travelling library, the Bibliomotocarro, to make sure no child goes without a book.

“Rome does not need to make culture. It is a culture’ – says Federico Fellini. Rome is a perfect romantic location for the silver screen. We made list of films that will make you fall head over heels in love with one of the most iconic cities in the world.

Located in Southern Europe, this boot-shaped country is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations for a number of reasons that include art treasures, charming towns, stunning landscapes, passionate people and top-class cuisine.

Eating is one of the greatest joys of traveling in Italy, a vivid insight into each region’s culture and traditions. Their dishes are made with seasonal, unpretentious ingredients, yet they taste like something you’d get in a Michelin-starred restaurant.

A line of accessories will accompany the release, including a matching helmet and a top case that can be affixed to the luggage rack.

Each area of Italy is fascinating and has its own appeal, attractions, and foods, making it a perfect vacation place for all.

The Vatican Museums (‘I Museu Vaticani’) are some of the largest museums in the world with an enormous collection that varies from ancient Roman and Egyptian artefacts, religious objects, beautifully painted rooms and even modern art.

Construction of the Pantheon started in 27 BCE on the order of Marcus Agrippa. It is one of the few buildings from ancient Rome that has stayed completely intact.