There are many destinations to head to at this time of the year in Italy. In addition to those in the main cities, Italy offers a large number of lesser-known sought-after options, above all during the spring when it’s possible to appreciate flower gardens and enjoy beautiful sunny days. Panoram Italia suggests these four sights to visit during the Easter holiday.
Name: Jackie Lina Alexander Nickname: Jaxs Occupation: Bartender/studying to be a paralegal Age: 22 Generation: Second Mom’s side from: Fano, Pesaro and Urbino, Le Marche Raised in: Toronto Speaks: English
Name: Kristine Centis Jorge Nickname: Krissy, Kris Occupation: Masters student in notarial law Age: 27 Generation: Third Dad’s side from: Figueira da Foz, Portugal Mom’s side from: Guglionesi, Campobasso, Molise and Villaorba, Udine, Friuli-Venezia Raised in: Montreal and Laval Speaks: English, French, Italian and Portuguese
Often it is said that the Italian community is “dying out” in Canada. With one of the main waves of Italian immigration to Canada occurring between the years of 1950-1970, it is a fact that the Italian immigration community is in its senior years.
Molise hides in Italy’s tourism shadows making it a key destination for those looking for authentic culinary adventures. Bordered on the east by the Adriatic Sea, it is one of the smallest regions of the country and shares its borders with the regions of Campania, Lazio, Puglia and Abruzzo.
Dal 2012 ad oggi tutti i vincitori del Festival di Sanremo! Una breve carrellata delle canzoni di questi utlimi cinque anni. Ascolta i brani!
Montreal’s Just for Laughs Festival is unquestionably the biggest comedy festival on the planet. One of the folks at the helm of that festival is Montreal’s own Paul Ronca.