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Harvesting herbs for cooking, in Pistoia. Top 10 fun things to do in Summer. Official Site. We know they call the fair " April "-ante, but it really goes all year round! This monthly market in the streets of this charming town in Chianti is where you will find handcrafts, vintage and delicious typical foods and all of it this is just outside in the countryside surrounding Florence. Official link.
The little hilltop town in southern Tuscany will be home to a craft, culinary, agricultural and folkloristic festival that celebrates ancient, local jobs: worth a visit if you happen to find yourself in the surroundings! Full Program.
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A historical reminiscence of the Medieval Festival, which grew over time to become one of the most important and renowned events in the province that has given and continues to give emotions and shows unique to an ever-growing audience, coming from both Italy and Outside, in a context in which the millennial Tower of Cassero, the ancient medieval walls and every single stone return to emanate strongly the history, traditions and culture of a place and its past.
Web Page. It is a 10km walk through some of the most hidden trails of the Buggiano territory, with stops in the three main hills of the municipality: Colle - Buggiano - Stignano. Along the route and at the same time the participants will be able to taste and taste local produce: wine, oil, jams, honey, cheeses and other delicacies of our culinary tradition. Official Website. An event that is a historical reenactment dating back to medieval times, rooted in local traditions.
This medieval festivity celebrates 14th-century local customs in the form of a joust, food tastings and finally a tug of war with a wooden tower in the center. At the end of the day the town gives homage, with votive candles, to local saints carried on finely decorated, large wooden structures. In the province of Siena, this festival seems to bring the whole town together with fun, food, and activity - lots of activity such as games, bicycling, music, and markets.
The stands open at pm and offer a wide selection of foods to choose from. Sunday at lunch there is a special menu, available only upon reservation. A little closer to Chianti Classico, well to be honest in the center of Chianti Classico, there is the much-awaited event "I Profumi di Lamole" where the producers of quality wine set up house in the small square in front of the church for a small but select wine tasting.
Located in the hills above Greve, this is an event not to miss. Find out more. The "La Medicea" and will start, this year for the first time, in Carmignano. The event winds along three paths partly on "white" roads, on the plain between the hamlets of Prato and of Pistoia, offering the discovery of the many Medici villas and the most striking landscapes. Vineyards, olive groves, small towns, and more form the backdrop for the colorful caravan of vintage cyclists. Facebook Page. Lari is commonly referred to as the town of cherries: it is the most renowned and important place in Tuscany for cherry production.
It will be hosting the Cherry Festival, a delicious event dedicated to this tasteful fruit, abundantly cultivated amidst the rolling hills that surround the town of Lari. With street parades and live folkloristic concerts that will fill the air of the quaint village with a festive and joyful atmosphere. There will also be stands with culinary products and some of the greatest of locally handcrafted wonders.
Official Page. The emotion of eating good food and this festival is dedicated to local products, from the wine from Carmignano to biscotti to mortadella. Tasting, cooking shows, and guided visits. A small fraction in the province of Prato near Carmignano, an area renowned for the production of high-quality wines, will host the Cherry Festival: a whole weekend dedicated to this tasteful fruit, during which visitors will have the chance to try out many variations of recipes, including fried cherries!!
Official Web page. Music is the alpha point of an experience, to live between art, experimentation, taste, history and a contemporary bucolic lifestyle. Another type of contest will take place along the tiny streets of San Miniato, starts with the Notte Nera, celebrating the black summer truffle filling the quaint village with games.
The town will open its doors to the delicious goodness of Italian microbrews from north to south of the boot. Combine this with the quaint town center and a wide selection of yummy foods and you have a festival you will not want to miss. A brief presentation of the events here: the Luminara takes place on June 16 when the city from sunset onwards is lit up with over 70, candles along the Arno river. At the end of the manifestation, fireworks show lights up the dark sky, always leaving every visitor happy.
Pisa celebrates its Patron Saint, San Ranieri, on June 17 with a series of events and manifestations that attract every year lots of tourists and people coming from the nearby locations as well, filling the air with a festive and joyful atmosphere. The three most important events of the festivities for San Ranieri are the Luminara, the Regatta and the Battle of the Bridge. More Info Luminara. More Info Regatta. Inside the picturesque town of Chiusi, a large camp from the end of the s is rebuilt, where musicians, theater companies, fire dancers, knights, bands, warriors, and archers will immerse you in a never-ending whirlwind of shows and artistic events for an unforgettable journey in the stories of the past.
The Joust of the Saracen in its th year The historical play of this knightly tournament is one of the major annual events for Arezzo, luckily happening twice year - in June and September.
If you're here, the energy and excitement of this event will be a moment to include in your itinerary. Check the official website and get your tickets in advance. The June show is held in the evening. The lofty heights of Abetone are a challenge not only in winter when the slopes are covered in white, but also in June when the mountains call those with stamina and willpower to run out a marathon of 50 km!! The Calcio Storico Fiorentino is a combination of soccer, rugby, and big time wrestling originated in 16th century Florence and played today in historical costume.
hyerawearo.ml The four teams of the historical neighborhoods of the city play against each other, first in two semi-finals and then the final match to determine the winner.