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Host : Anthony Capozzoli
Anthony Capozzoli's passion for Italy is contagious! HOW TO TOUR ITALY beckons you to experience Italy's eternal beauty in ways you never imagined.

Anthony splits his time between living in Naperville, Illinois and Fiesole, Italy. In Italy he operates multiple walking tours of Florence, Siena, and Rome as well as Tuscan winery tours, all while conducting research for his upcoming guidebooks. The tours are dedicated to helping people understand the art in a fun way and dive headfirst into Italian culture.

Nothing puts a smile on his face like guiding a walking tour! There is always more to see, more to learn, more to enjoy and Anthony fully embraces every moment to do just that.
Recent Episodes

The One, the Only, Ms. Divina Cucina
The entire episode is dedicated to Judy Divina Cucina Witts Francini. During her epic career as a pastry chef, culinary teacher, tour guide, and Tuscan by choice she has led a marvelous life. Even more fantastic is her willingness to share it with you. We talk about everything from what brought her to Florence, to her wonderful cookbook titled Secrets from my Tuscan Kitchen. Judy is an absolute treasure and youll understand why after you enjoy our interview.

Williams-Sonoma, Twitter, Tuscany, and Cookbooks
Tired of reading about Florence? Enjoy it through videos by Flip Florence. Their new, multimedia approach to bringing Florence to life uses the wonderful Flip Video to capture and deliver the home of the Renaissance. Then, meet Pamela Sheldon Johns - cookbook author for Williams-Sonoma, a Chef, a B&B host, a...well, listen to the show to discover all her fantastic hats. Finally, Anthony interviews The Florentine, the best source of English news and information about Florence and Tuscany you'll find.

Villas in Paradise and Touring Florence
This week Anthony talks with Costanza of Villa Paradisino, where guests can enjoy cooking classes, picking fresh herbs every day, the finer points of making wine and olive oil, and some of the best food they'll enjoy during their visit to Italy. Then, Anthony discusses all of the wonderful guided tour options available from How to Tour Italy. You 'll learn about the unique Arno boat tour, tasting your way through the market, walking the streets of Florence, and how to enjoy some of the hidden gems of Florence.

There is No Such Thing as Italian Food
The food of Italy is as unique and varied as the people. Each region has its specialties and distinct dishes that make traveling to experience the cuisine as much, if not more fun than traveling to see the David or the Last Supper. There is no such thing as Italian food is the new segment that will be featured on the How to Tour Italy show to discover the food you'll find throughout your travels in Italy. Anthony also sits down to discuss his wonderful experience at Discover Soriano with his host Michael and Paola.
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Featured Guests on
How to Tour Italy with Anthony Capozzoli

Caron McConnon: Vice-President of Business Development for

Angela Nickerson: Author of A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome

Judy Potrzeba(Parratore): Owner of Someone's in the Kitchen Cooking School and Kitchen Retail shop

Kathy McCabe: Owner of the Dream of Italy newsletter

Joan Peterson: Author of Eat Smart Guides and President of the Travel Publishers Association

Christene Kieffer: Owner of Cartolina Tours of Italy

Leslie Erickson: Travel Consultant and Italy Destination Expert

Maria Iusco: Italian Language Professor and Italian Cultural Expert

Bob Little: Italy Travel Expert

Ruth Edenbaum: Author of Chow Venice

Sally Watkins: Expert Travel Consultant

Julia Knight: Artisan and Designer

Chris Carriero: Owner and operator of iKangaroo

Jonathan Goldsmith: Owner and operator of Spacca Napoli Pizzeria

Megan Sipes: Owner and operator of The Italian Concierge

Megan McCaffrey: Owner and operator of Bella Vita Italia

Janice Therese Mancuso: Author and Founder of Thirty-One Days of Italians

Chef Massimo: Executive Chef of the Mia Francesca Restaurants

Anthony Capozzoli's family hails from Campania and Sicily. Growing up in his Nonna's kitchen taught Anthony life lessons like how important the kitchen is to the Italian home, remembering where you came from, and most importantly how delicious Italian food can be when prepared traditionally.

His most inspired memories of the Italian kitchen are jarring tomatoes, making wine, and creating homemade sausage. Italian food is food from the heart and the recipes are elegant in their simplicity.