Food and Travel (UK) - - Welcome - Mark San­som, Editor

For a lover of travel and food, Italy is a des­ti­na­tion that re­ally does have it all. It’s the kind of place where you could hol­i­day in a dif­fer­ent town ev­ery year and al­ways find some­thing that will leave you in rap­ture. Food, drink and tra­di­tion are at the core of daily life, from the lush pas­tures in the north, to the sun-baked hills in the south. We’ve cre­ated this sup­ple­ment to show­case the coun­try’s very best, pro­vid­ing in­spi­ra­tion with locations that you might not have con­sid­ered be­fore. Take Castelli Ro­mani: a ver­dant clus­ter of hill­side vil­lages 20km south of Rome where lo­cal Marino wine is pumped through the city’s main foun­tain once a year; or Sar­dinia, with its di­a­met­ri­cally op­posed towns of Calasetta and Sant’An­ti­oco that, al­though just ten min­utes apart, feel like two dif­fer­ent worlds. There’s also a mod­ern look at Bologna, Italy’s en­gine room of recipes, where a new breed of chefs are con­sid­er­ing the food passed down by gen­er­a­tions with fresh eyes. What­ever suits your travel ap­petite, we’re sure that you’ll en­joy this bite of la dolce vita.

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