Merry Christmas, Buon Natale!
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Nativity scene Christmas. (foto © Renáta Sedmáková – Fotolia.com)
Christmas Tree St Peter’s Basilica in Rome (foto © shutterstock.com)
The Adoration of the Magi by Antonio Vassilacchi (1556 – 1629), from the church Chiesa di San Zaccaria. Venice, Veneto, Italy. (foto © Fotolia.com)
In Milan the lights are ready to be turned on and in many parts of the city preparations are underway to start the pre-Christmas celebrations. With a special journey through time through the atmospheres and suggestions of this magical moment of the year, we take you...
During Christmas holidays Naples offers a suggestive atmosphere that makes this celebration unique and magical. Below are listed some reasons why you should visit Naples during Christmas.
Just like in any other part of the world, Christmas trees and gift-giving aren’t lacking in the Italian Christmas. However, these elements mingle with some old traditions that have often a religious meaning. Also, Italian Christmas celebrations begin earlier than December 24 and finish later than December 25. You may be surprised to find out that, especially in some regions, the Christmas spirit begins on December 8 – the day of the Immaculate Conception – and lasts up to January 6 – the Epiphany.