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Hi everybody!

My name's Barby I'm Italian and I'm from Rome.

I really love travelling , seeing new places, getting to know new cultures and traditions. I like tasting specialties of the places I visit and above all I like talking to people, trying to understand them and making myself understood.

The Roman Forum

I have always loved languages​​, so much so that I chose to study them at school (where I studied English, French and German) and later at University where I graduated in English Language and Literature. I've also studied to become a teacher of Italian as a foreign Language and I've obtained the Ditals 1 certificate.

So I've decided to write this blog to gather up my passions and to find a "virtual" place to express myself.

You'll find some pages where I'll write about foreign countries I've visited and other pages where I'll talk about about Rome, Florence, Naples and other italian cities so that you can learn more about Italy and at the same time you can learn useful words to travel in Italy. If you are a foreigner who wants to learn Italian and you would like to feel at ease when you come to Italy this is the right place for you!

So this is my "Italian for travelling". Are you ready? If you're interested ... follow me! 


Following you can find my posts about travels in Italy and the Italian Language:

FOLIGNO  A day trip to Foligno/ Una gita a Foligno

ROMA (My city)
Romamor: in love with my city / Romamor: innamorata della mia città

Rome and its bridges: a mix of ancient and modern / Roma e i suoi ponti: un insieme di antico e moderno

VERONA  In the city of love, history and literature: Verona / Nella città dell'amore, della storia e letteratura: Verona

ERICE (Sicily)  A walk in the beautiful little jewel of Sicily: Erice / Una passeggiata nel piccolo gioiello della Sicilia: Erice

FIRENZE  A European Christmas in Florence / Un Natale europeo a Firenze

NAPOLI   "Vedi Napoli e poi muori" / "View Naples and then die"

COSTIERA AMALFITANA Visiting the Amalfi Coast at Easter: what to see and do / Visitare la Costiera Amalfitana a Pasqua: cosa vedere e fare

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