Carnival in Amatrice

In February, a carnival on horseback in the village of Amatrice, to celebrate with his own steed in an alternative way. Can all riders and amazons participate with their own horse, the only condition? All in mask! The parade takes place along the paths and streets of the village of Read more…

Autumn Festival

The first weekend of November in Amatrice is celebrated autumn with a festival dedicated to chestnuts and all the other typical products of this season. A way to plan an autumn walk in the evocative landscapes of the Monti della Laga with the colors of nature that inspire deep peace.

Spaghetti all’Amatriciana Festival

The spaghetti all’amatriciana festival was the symbol of the country, a recipe that is an identity. And it is from this recipe that Amatrice returns to her identity by returning to celebrate the Spaghetti all’Amatriciana with a festival that has passed the half century and is called ‘Ripartenza’. No more Read more…

Festival of the Ciaramelle

The Festival delle Ciaramelle was born in 2016 to rediscover the traditional and historical tool of the ciaramella and takes place in Amatrice and in the neighboring countries as Accumoli. A party to make these territories known for their vitality and the ability to overcome the image of the territory. Read more…

Pasta Amatriciana

Amatrice gave its name to the famous ‘amatriciana sauce’ typical of Roman cuisine. It was originally prepared by shepherds in the mountains when they followed their herds. The ingredients are: bacon, cheese and spaghetti (the recipe of ‘Grice’) to which only later added the tomato. The internationalisation occurred in the Read more…

Sanctuary Icon Passatora

The Marian Shrine of Ferrazza is dedicated to Santa Maria delle Grazie, called the Passatora Icon for the icon is held in the gabled tabernacle. The church was built during the fourteenth century, over a temple that contains the image of the Virgin venerated since the thirteenth century and the Read more…

Guide of Amatrice

Amatrice is the natural Lazio entrance to the National Park of Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga, and is located along one of the consular roads of Rome: Via Salaria. This beautiful valley known as the Villarum Summa, has been inhabited since prehistoric times. From the fall of Rome, with Read more…

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