Living in Italy

Certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.

– Mary Ritter Beard

Living as an expat means I'm constantly noticing cultural differences between the United States and Italy! Here are a few I've noticed so far.

We are lucky enough to be living in Italy! Getting to learn the daily rhythms of life in a small northern town has been one of the great adventures of my life. Here’s a collection of what I’ve shared about local Italy, life during quarantine, and nearby destinations!

Italian Life

Food & travel blog | Teaspoon of Nose

Cultural Differences Between United States and Italy

What you should know about traveling in Italy after the coronavirus lockdown

Sacile Weekly Market

What you should know about traveling in Italy after the coronavirus lockdown

Traveling in Italy After Coronavirus

Arrived in Italy

Adjusting to life in Italy: six months in

Adjusting to Italy: six months in

Life in Italy about a year!

A Year Into Italy

Italian quarantine after one month | Teaspoon of Nose

Quarantine one month in

Italian quarantine: phase two

Quarantine phase two

Living in northern Italy during coronavirus | Teaspoon of Nose

Living in northern Italy during coronavirus

Our Italian apartment | Teaspoon of Nose

Sacile Apartment

Local Destinations

Venice without Tourists - immediately after the quarantine

Venice

Prosecco Road guide

Prosecco Road

Hiking the Dolomites: Falcade

Falcade, Dolomites

Muggia, Italy

Muggia

Local Italy: Grotte del Caglieron

Grotte del Caglieron