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The Italian Foreign Trade Agency (ICE) in Bucharest: From May 27 to June 15, we bring Italy closer to you! The 11th edition of the Italian Festival invites the lovers of the beautiful and good taste to a journey in the world of Italian lifestyle

The 11th edition of the ITALIAN FESTIVAL, a series of events dedicated to promoting authentic Made in Italy products, takes place from May 27 to June 15. As is the case each year, the Italian Festival is organised by the Italian Foreign Trade Agency (ICE), under the patronage of the Italian Embassy to Bucharest.

The lovers of the beautiful and good taste are invited on this occasion to a journey in the world of Italian lifestyle, one that combines gastronomy, fashion, cosmetics and culture.

From May 27 to June 15, the week of Italian cuisine will be organised in the main Italian restaurants in Bucharest, as well as in Italian deli-shops, featuring discounts, culinary demos and food tasting events; the week of Italian fashion, when several Italian-brand stores in Bucharest will promote the “Made in Italy” fashion style through special offers. The programme will also include numerous cultural events.

Aside from events for the general public, the Italian Festival will also feature events for professionals and relevant companies. The Italian Beauty & Care Day 2019 event will take place on May 28. In it, Italian manufacturers will present products Made in Italy to Romanian beauty & care professionals.

Come join us at the Italian Festival organised by the Italian Foreign Trade Agency (ICE) Bucharest, under the patronage of the Italian Embassy to Bucharest.

From May 27 to June 15, we bring Italy closer to you!

For the schedule and details on the Italian Festival events, please consult the Facebook page of the event (https://www.facebook.com/FestivalItalian/) as well as the Festival’s official website (www.festivalitalian.ro).

 

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