Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
from The Kitchn

My Family's Christmas in Italy — Christmas Around the World

As a Swedish expat living in Italy I get the best of both worlds: Christmas traditions from Sweden and Christmas foods from Italy — could it be any better than that? I have always cherished being a foreigner living abroad because it means I can pick and choose from two cultures. In my case, it means that Christmas starts the 1st of Advent when the Advent stars light up our windows and the first candle of four is illuminated, whereas the Italian Christmas starts at least one week later…

2
from Viator Travel Blog

Where to Spend Christmas in Italy

50 Stunning Night Photographs - Night photographs are photographs taken at outdoors between dust and dawn. The first photographer to produce the work of large

from About.com Travel

How is Christmas Celebrated in Italy?

Christmas season in Italy is traditionally celebrated December 24-January 6, or Christmas Eve through Epiphany. @Fontanini

2
from Tour Italy Now

Piazza Navona Christmas Market - An Italian Christmas Tradition

1.1k
111
2