Italy Traditional cuisine
In Italy there are three categories of restaurants: from the most expensive to the cheapest - a ristorante, trattoria (more than a simple kitchen and interior) and osteria. Try the food in each category, because it is cheap does not mean that it is bad, and each institution has its own unique atmosphere. To eat like the Italians have breakfast in the morning (coffee with whipped cream or espresso and pastries) in the nearest café, a normal breakfast at about 13:00 and at home, as well as the restaurants at this time yaobedenny break and full lunch is almost at night (often before 20.00, or 21:00). For a light snack between main meals, take a look at the cafe, where you can have something to drink and eat a panini (sandwich).
Wines. In Italy, more cultivated varieties of grapes and produced more wine (almost a fifth of world production) than in other countries. Camymi popular wines are: "Trebiano" - a strong yellow wine with a fruity flavor, served with a light vegetarian dishes; San Dzhoveze "- made from grapes, San Dzhoveze, saturated ruby color, dry, with excellent flavor. Served with meat dishes and hard cheeses; "Canina" - bright red, sweet wine. Served to dessert, a perfect match with the Roman baking "chiambella" (Ciambella); "Alba" - sweet yellow wine with a characteristic bouquet. Also worth a try "Chianti Classico", "Lambusko. In Rome the popular "Frascati" in Venice - "Pinot Grigio" or "Bianco", in Florence - Chianti, Brunello and Vernaccia.