There’s Never Enough Gelato |Italy Real Travel Experience

When you think of gelato, you think of Italy. And when you think of Italy you think of gelato. The amount of flavours is unlimited!!

A regular evening routine – get gelato from the centre with family and friend in Terni.

The two go hand in hand!

Finding gelato on a street in Assisi while we take in the Basilica and town.

Everytime I visit Italy I make sure to have at the very least ONE gelato while I’m there. If i’m really motivated, I’ll make sure I get one a day I’m there! (That’s only because I’m usually doing so much walking per day, that it won’t go to my waste!)

Enjoying gelato while strolling in Rome!

And of course when you are with fellow travelers you really must indulge in the culture and gelato lets you do just that. 😉

Gelataria Il Doge – a fantastic little gelato shop not far from Academia, located in Dorsoduro in Venice.

Gelato is much more refreshing to me than ice cream. In fact, I seldom eat ice cream. But gelato – I rarely turn this down!

Nomnomnom-ing our gelato in Venice

It starts out with a similar custard base as ice cream, but has a higher proportion of milk and a lower proportion of cream (which is why I personally don’t care for ice cream – too rich) and eggs (or no eggs at all). It is churned at a much slower rate, incorporating less air and leaving the gelato denser than ice cream.

Basically it is freaking awesome. And if you have not eaten it, then do, your next time in Italy!

The Gelateria in Assisi

There is a great place in Vancouver – an italian gelateria with hundreds of flavours to choose from. But that’s for another blog post. 😉

Ciao Bella!

Multitasking at its finest – shooting while eating gelato.
Captured by my Italy Team Expert Max.

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