Italian Christmas traditions are mostly based on the religion of Christianity. In Italy, Christmas officially starts 8 days before Christmas day and ends at the Day of Epiphany. There are still some old Italian Christmas traditions that are still alive up to this day, thus it is a must for everyone to go for a trip to Italy during the Christmas season.
Italians usually don’t eat meat before Christmas day. But a feast will be served after the fasting. The traditional Christmas Eve meal of Italians, or Canone, consists of spaghetti and anchovies, fish, broccoli, fresh salads and fruits… Continue reading