NEW 2015 EDITION NOW AVAILABLE! Travel all over Italy and enjoy delicious gluten-free food with this handy carry-along guide! Lists 4000 hotels, B&B 's, restaurants, pizzerias, ice cream places, and food stores that cater to the gluten-free community. Lists prices and websites too. Special sections for Rome, Florence and Venice. Specialized vocabulary section with all the words/phrases you'll need to order gluten-free food!
KEY INFO: This is the guide for you if you want to travel gluten-free to Rome, or Venice, or anywhere else in Italy. You will have detailed info about restaurants that serve gluten-free food, and that have special celiac menus. You'll learn about hotels that serve gluten-free breakfasts. Plus you'll find bakeries that make delicious Italian pastries, gluten-free!
SPECIAL CHAPTERS FOR ROME, FLORENCE AND VENICE: The restaurants listings are organized in a variety of ways, so you can find a restaurant in the neighborhood of Florence where you'll be visiting on a particular day. You'll be able to look up restaurants by cuisine too!
ITALIAN LANGUAGE HELP! If you don't speak Italian don't worry: we've provided you all the specialized Italian vocabulary you'll ever need to know. You will be able to read menus written in Italian and ask the manager/wait staff particular questions about how food is prepared. We had native Italian speakers put together just the right vocabulary for you so you don't have to worry about miscommunication.
It is that easy! We do the research so you don't have to! Pack the book in your suitcase and enjoy your trip to Italy! Buon viaggio!
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE GLUTEN-FREE GUIDE TO ITALY:
"If you're like me, your Italian vocabulary is limited to a few indispensable basics , like "Gucci", "Fendi" or "Prada". And when I'm really showing off my multi-lingual skills I'll throw in a "Mama Mia, Pizzeria!" or "Holy Cannoli!" with no doubt an American accent that Dean Martin would make fun of. (That's ok, Dean baby.) So, as you can see, trying to eat gluten-free while traveling in Italy without a skilled translator might be difficult for someone like me. Well, thanks to Maria Roglieri, author of The Gluten-Free Guide To New York and The Gluten-Free Guide To Italy we can all relax and enjoy the gondola ride . . .. with some extremely helpful tips about how to fearlessly eat gluten-free in Italy." -Kelly, gluten-free blogger of celiacchicks.com
"WOW! The Gluten Free Guide to Italy rocked! Italy is a great place for food and with this book and how serious the Italians take it, EVERYONE can have a full belly and a safe trip! Thanks for the book!" -Susan B. on celiacchicks.com
"Thanks for the GF Guide to Italy. Had a great trip this June and used the Guide extensively." -Kirk B.
"Thank you for making my trip to Italy perfect!!! " -Jeanine L., Chicago, IL
"I just got the book. Thank you. It is fabulous! I feel like a large weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I will be free now to enjoy my vacation and not obsess on food. Thank you for writing the book AND getting it to me so fast." -Cathy R., San Francisco, CA