Enjoy the New Year in Italy: Our January Top 8 

In breathtaking Italy, January unfolds as a captivating place of cultural richness and festive beginnings. As the New Year dawns, Italians welcome it with open hearts and lively celebrations. While January brings a touch of winter chill, it also gifts Italy with a serene ambiance, making it an ideal time for those seeking a more intimate exploration of its timeless beauty. Enjoy the New Year in Italy with our Top 8:

Tuscanini Foods

Tuscanini Foods introduces Tuscanini Reserve, a new line featuring authentic Italian flavors, with debut products being Margherita and Supermargherita frozen pizzas. Crafted to perfection and reasonably priced, these gourmet pizzas promise a genuine Italian experience. They emphasize their commitment to bringing Italy’s authentic taste to customers. With over 175 premium products directly sourced from Italy, Tuscanini offers a comprehensive Italian culinary portfolio, available nationally in multicultural spaces at local grocery stores.

Hotel Excelsior (Tuscany)

Hotel Excelsior invites guests to their unique 4-star experience on the Apuan coast, boasting sea views. The hotel offers a relaxing getaway in Marina di Massa, near Forte dei Marmi’s luxury shopping and nightlife. With exclusive summer access to nearby beaches and recent renovations, including a garden and swimming pool, the hotel combines luxury with comfort.

Ciao Italy Tours

Ciao Italy Tours, guided by Deb Taylor, promises an extraordinary journey that unveils the hidden treasures of Italy, offering insights only a local could provide. Deb takes you on an exploration of the country’s rich history, revealing hidden gems and breathtaking landscapes. With a passion for showcasing the depth and beauty of Italy, she ensures an immersive and authentic experience for travelers.

Opera Lo Zafferano (Gubbio)

Opera Lo Zafferano is a saffron-focused company engaged in growing, harvesting, and selling saffron. Their online shop features high-quality saffron products from Italy and Bulgaria, including olive oil, tea, threads, honey, and chocolate. Emphasizing a commitment to the highest quality, their products and overarching goal reflect a dedication to excellence.

Giusy Nicotra (Sicily)

Guisy Nicotra, a charming bed and breakfast, is an ideal stay for exploring Val di Noto’s beautiful towns. Their services include an eco-friendly, locally sourced breakfast, the option of an expert local guide for customized tours, and more. With multilingual staff, including English, French, Spanish, and Turkish speakers, Guisy Nicotra offers a comfortable and culturally rich stay.

Driver Service Naples

Driver Service Naples, based in the heart of Napoli, specializes in offering a private limo service to enhance travel experiences. With over fifteen years of experience, they provide transfers, tours, shore excursions, and bespoke services tailored to individual needs. Their professional team of drivers ensures a comfortable and enriching journey.

Enoteca Colline Alfieri 

Enoteca Colline Alfieri, established in 2009, celebrates the diverse wines of the western Asti province. Today, they have over 40 partners working together to promote and add value to this corner of Piemonte. Inviting visitors to explore the region’s rich viticultural history, they serve as a hub for enhancing and promoting local products.

Italy Perfect

Italy Perfect specializes in providing exquisite rental properties in Italy, along with expert local tips for an unparalleled vacation experience. Their meticulously chosen properties, selected for quality and location, ensure memorable stays. They also aid in buying dream properties for fractional co-ownership or whole home ownership, offering worry-free management and investment opportunities.

Tuscanini Foods

Editor’s Note: I was delighted to receive Tuscanini’s Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Calabrian Chili Peppers. Having tried Tuscanini cold pressed virgin olive oil, I must say it may just become a staple at our family table. It is delicious with crusty bread and I have used it to saute sea scallops, among other recipes. The olive oil has a well-balanced flavor and pleasant aroma reminiscent of fresh olives.

If you love a spicy condiment for fried eggs or on a slice of robust Italian rustic bread, you will enjoy the Calabrian Chili Peppers. It’s hot, so apply sparingly!

To find out more about Tuscanini Foods and all of their products, visit their website.

Adriana Suarez

Top 8 Editor

Based in Miami, I am the Contributing Editor for Live in Italy Magazine, and Public Relations Assistant and Social Media Account Manager at Allegory PR Services. I am currently a senior at Florida International University, and am majoring in public relations. In my free time, I love to bake; read; take photos; and make art. I am an avid lover of plants and have a wide collection of them. Passionate about traveling, I enjoy learning about cultures around the world. I have traveled all over Italy, more specifically: Rome, Venice, Sicily, Naples, Positano, Pisa, and Florence.

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