Festa prosciutto san daniele 2017

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Authentic Living: San Daniele del Friuli

festa prosciutto san daniele 2017

Il prosciutto di San Daniele: Aria di festa e tour in Italia

2017   con   the    brigata paracadutisti folgore alla porta

Searching Availability San Daniele is a medieval town located in the morainic hills of Friuli, northern-east of Italy. This place in the province of Udine is famous worldwide for its tasty ham called Prosciutto di San Daniele. So, what is so unique of this ham? How is it made and how different it is from the other famous Parma ham made in Emilia Romagna Region?

Can anyone tell me if it is possible to arrange a visit to one of San Daniele's ham factories without booking with an established agency in Italy? I have searched the net but doesn't seem to be much info. As these are companies where staff is working, I think it is impossible to get in without an established agency that specifically forms the groups. If any person wants to do this independently, the company should have a staff always available to accompany visitors. And that today is a cost that few companies can afford. During "Aria di Festa", in June, various factories are open to visitors, the rest of the year you have to contact the companies first and they require a minimum number of people.

For my recipe, visit Flavors-of-Friuli. I took the bus from Udine and luckily had the foresight to get off while still in the outskirts of San Daniele, before the bus headed up the hill into the old section of town. Otherwise, it would have been a long walk back down. At first, I was quite disoriented. I had no idea where I was in relation to the address I was looking for, but after walking up and down the street a few blocks, I got my bearings. About five minutes later, I arrived at Prosciuttificio Prolongo.

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4 thoughts on “Festa prosciutto san daniele 2017

  1. Arianna is the kind of person you dream of meeting while traveling; friendly, helpful, and patient.

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