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THIS MONTH Our Top 5 Events

1 November in Italy kicks off with ALL SAINTS’ DAY on the 1st. This festival represents a religious and national holiday so most shops will be closed for the day. It is followed by All Souls’ Day, on the 2nd of November, which is a chance for people to remember deceased loved ones by taking flowers to graveyards and laying a place at the table for relatives who have passed away. 1 & 2 November

2 If you love Italy’s ‘white diamonds’ then November is the perfect time to enjoy a taste at the various Italian events that celebrate the white truffle. At the SAN MINIATO WHITE TRUFFLE FESTIVAL in Tuscany you can buy fresh truffles and other delicious regional delicacies. 10-11, 17-18, 24-25 November, www.sanminiatopromozione.it

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When it comes to planning a holiday, so much of the enjoyment comes in the anticipation, which is why we have packed the issue with plenty of inspiration for your next trip to Italy, whether you’re going this year or next. We were intrigued to find out about the papier-mâché (cartapesta) tradition of Salento on our visit to Lecce, the ‘Florence of the South’. Lake Como is breathtaking whatever the season, and a visit to Villa Balbiano, now restored to its former opulence, is a must.